Does the Jail provide for an inmate's religious needs?
The Jail Chaplain Program is a multi-denominational group comprised of local religious officials. Weekly ministry and on call emergency services are provided on a rotation basis to better facilitate inmate faith diversity. The Jail Library also contains religious material for faiths that may not be represented locally.

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1. When can I pay bail or a bond for an inmate?
2. What types of payment are acceptable for bail/bond payments?
3. Can I pay bail or post bond for an inmate that is in another county or state?
4. How should I address mail to an Inmate?
5. What can I send to an inmate?
6. Can I send an inmate a book or magazine?
7. Can I donate books or magazines?
8. Can I leave phone messages for an inmate by calling the Jail?
9. Can I set up a prepaid calling account for an inmate?
10. Who can visit an inmate?
11. When is visitation and how long can I visit?
12. What if I need to visit an inmate outside of normal visitation hours?
13. Can I bring money in for the inmate?
14. What happens to money left in the inmate's Trust Account when they are released?
15. What types of funds will you accept for deposit into an inmate's Trust Account?
16. When can an inmate order from the canteen?
17. What if an inmate doesn't have any money? What items are supplied, if any?
18. What types of inmate programs do you have?
19. Who is eligible for inmate programs?
20. Does the Jail provide for an inmate's religious needs?
21. What if an inmate becomes sick or needs medication?
22. What happens to an inmate's property while they are incarcerated?
23. What if an inmate goes out on work release and needs clothing or other items?
24. Can I pick up an inmate's property?