If you have an alternate place of service (work address, for example), it will be helpful and most expedient for you to include this information on the Civil Process paper to be served in addition to the home address.
A person may be released on his/her own recognizance, through a private bonding company, by the posting of a Property Bond or by posting a Cash Bond. Cash bonds can not be paid at the Jackson County Jail and must be paid at the JC Clerk's Office or the municipality owed. However, each individual’s bond varies according to the nature of the offense charged, and you should contact the Jackson County Jail @ 256-574-1884 to find out the exact type of bond required for a certain individual.
May I bring money to persons who are in jail?
Money may be deposited onto inmates books by the following ways:
1. Depositing money into the kiosks located in the lobby of the Jackson County Jail. There are 2 separate kiosks, one for visits/telephone and one for commissary/store.
2. Deposits may be made online at www.gettingout.com with a debit or credit card for the visit/telephone system. GTL/Telmate is our visit/telephone vendor.
3. Deposits may be made online at www.jailatm.com for the commissary/store. Legacy is our store/commissary vendor.
What are the visiting hours for persons who are in jail?
All inmate visits are done by video monitoring system. Visits may be scheduled daily from 9 a.m. til 9 p.m., with the exception of Friday which is 4 p.m. til 9 p.m. There are two ways to schedule an inmate visit. You may visit www.gettingout.com and create a login or sign into an existing account to schedule or visit the kiosk located in the lobby of the Jackson County Jail. Each inmate is allowed one free visit every 7 days. Additional visits can be purchased for $7.50 plus taxes and fees. Visits need to be scheduled 24 hours in advance for secure confirmation.
What should I do if I suspect someone is involved in selling or trafficking in drugs?
You may report your suspicions to the Sheriff’s Office by calling (256) 574-2610. Information given will be passed on to our Narcotics Division. You do not have to give your name when reporting your suspicions.