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Baldwin County Alabama Sheriff's Office

The Baldwin County Corrections Center system is a Corrections Center in Baldwin County, Alabama which is run by the Baldwin County Sheriff.  The Baldwin County Sheriff is Huey Hoss Mack.   In addition to handling law enforcement for Baldwin County, the Baldwin County Sheriff is responsible for handing the detention of people legally confined in Baldwin County.

Formerly the Baldwin County Jail, the Baldwin County Corrections Center is a large local jail facility that can house approximately 700 inmates.  Most of these inmates are pre-trial detainees.  There are also inmates serving sentences in the facility, inmates who have been sentenced to state prison and are awaiting transportation to an Alabama Department of Corrections location, and inmates placed there from other facilities.

The Baldwin County Corrections Center is divided into several divisions, including support services, inmate management, and medical services.

Baldwin County Corrections Center Address:

The physical address for the Baldwin County Corrections Center is:

Baldwin County Corrections Center
200 Hand Ave
Bay Minette, AL 36507aldwin County Corrections Cnter

Mailing Address:

The mailing address for the Baldwin County Corrections Center is:

Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center
200 Hand Ave.
Bay Minette, AL 36507

Phone Numbers:

The general information number for the Baldwin County Corrections Center is 251-580-2581.  Inmates cannot receive incoming phone calls; for information on phone calls from inmates, see our inmate phone call section.  The TDD Telecommunications Number for the Baldwin County Corrections Center is 251-580-2516.

Inmate Mailing Address:

The mailing address for the Baldwin County Corrections Center is the same as the physical address.
Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center

Inmate Name, MNI#
200 Hand Ave. 
Bay Minette, AL 36507

The Baldwin County Corrections Center has specific guidelines for inmate mail.  The Baldwin County Corrections Center may withhold mail if the mail is determined to be detrimental to security, order, or health and well-being of the inmate.   If mail is rejected, the inmate will be notified that it was rejected.  The Mail Officer maintains accurate records to reflect the inspection and disposition of each piece of affected mail.

Mail cannot contain:
sexually explicit drawings, pictures or vocabulary;
racial slurs;
vulgar vocabulary;
mail that violates the law;
threats;
contraband;
any illegal material;
escape plans;
information pertaining to gambling; 
plans to violate the Center’s rules;
writing in code; 
correspondence from another inmate unless pre-approved by the Chief Corrections Officer;
information that would create a clear and present danger of violence and physical harm to another;
false, malicious or derogatory information about officials or individuals;
information about other inmates or correctional officers;
any attempt to occur debt while confined;
stickers;
glue;
glitter;
forwarded mail;
padded or bubbled envelopes,
bodily fluids;
hair;
excessive lipstick; or 
cologne.

All mail must have a full return address.  In addition, mail may contain enclosures as long as the enclosures do not violate Center rules.  Each inmate may have up to 6 photographs up to 5x7 in size, but may not have any Polaroid pictures.

Inmates may receive publications directly from the publisher.  Including (1) daily newspaper; (1) magazine subscription; and soft bound books.  Inmates may only have three soft bound books at one time.    

Baldwin County Corrections Center Inmate Search: Baldwin County Corrections Center maintains a public records and arrest records online, which allows you to view current inmates.  This roster is alphabetized and lists all current inmates.  The information contained in the record includes name, date of birth, booking number, booking date, age at booking date, bond amount, address given, MNI number, the charges against the defendant, and the bond amount for each charge.  For many of the inmates, there are mugshots available.  You can look at the alphabetized list or you can search inmates by last name, first name, middle name, and booking dates.  You can even search on previous inmates. Top of FormBottom of Form

Baldwin County Jail View:

Baldwin County Corrections Center maintains an alphabetized list of all current inmates that is called the Baldwin County Jail View.  This roster is alphabetized and lists all current inmates.  The information contained in the record includes name, date of birth, booking number, booking date, age at booking date, bond amount, address given, MNI number, the charges against the defendant, and the bond amount for each charge.  For many of the inmates, there are mugshots available.  You can look at the alphabetized list or you can search inmates by last name, first name, middle name, and booking dates.  You can even search on previous inmates.

Baldwin County Arrests:

The Baldwin County Corrections Center does maintain an online registry of current arrest information, which is known as the Baldwin County Jail View.  This roster is alphabetized and lists all current inmates, but also allows you to search for prior inmates, providing a record of arrests in Baldwin County.  The information contained in the record includes name, date of birth, booking number, booking date, age at booking date, bond amount, address given, MNI number, the charges against the defendant, and the bond amount for each charge.  For many of the inmates, there are mugshots available.  You can look at the alphabetized list or you can search inmates by last name, first name, middle name, and booking dates.  You can even search on previous inmates.

Mugshots:

The Baldwin County Corrections Center does not maintain a separate mugshot list, but you can access mugshots through the Baldwin County Jail View system.  Although not all inmates listed in the Jail View system have mugshots, the majority of them do.

Baldwin County Corrections Center Visitation: 

The Baldwin County Corrections Center requires visitors to make appointments prior to visiting an inmate.  You can make an appointment by calling 251-580-2581.

The following times are made available to make the visitation appointment(s):

Monday and Thursday
12:30-1:00pm, 1:30-2:00pm, 2:30-3:00pm
5:30-6:00pm, 6:30-7:00pm. 7:30-8:00pm

Tuesday and Friday
8:00-8:30am, 9:00-9:30am,
10:00-10:30am, 12:30-1:00pm
1:30-2:00pm, 2:30-3:00pm

There is no visitation on Wednesday, Saturday, or Sunday, or on holidays.  If an inmate’s normal visitation schedule is changed because of a holiday, the inmate will be notified of the change.

Visitors must comply with Baldwin County Corrections Center Rules for visitation:

Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the visitation; 
You must arrive 15 minutes or more prior to the visitation time or your visit will be canceled;
All visitors are subject to search;
Any visitors 16 or older must be on the visitation list;
All visitors must have a valid state-issued driver’s license or identification card;
All children must be accompanied by an adult;
Each inmate may have up to two visits per week, but the must be on separate days;
Each visit is up to thirty minutes;
Only four visitors, including children, at each visit;
No personal property, including cellphones, can be brought into the visitation center;
No cigarettes or lighters;
Children must be supervised;
Unruly children can result in a visit being terminated;
All visitors must wear undergarments;
Visitors must wear appropriate clothing; 
No known felons may visit; 
No persons who were confined within the past six months may visit; and
All visitors must be on the inmates’ visitation list.

Inappropriate clothing that is prohibited include: short shorts, halter tops, tank tops, strapless tops, sleeveless tops, extremely tight clothing, low cut, V-neck or see through blouses, short/mini dresses or dresses with slits up the thigh, caps, bandannas, or house shoes. Shorts must come to the knee.

Inmate Phone Privileges:

The Baldwin County Corrections Center allows inmates to make outgoing phone calls.  Phone calls may be collect calls or use funds from an inmate’s commissary account.  Inmates cannot receive incoming phone calls and the Corrections Center will not take messages for inmates.

Inmates have access to telephones in their housing units, other than disciplinary units.  Inmates may place phone calls from late morning to early evening, but may be restricted in the exact times that they may make phone calls.  Phone calls may be monitored and recorded and are limited in time.

To put money on an inmate’s account, you can choose several different methods.  You can put money in the kiosk in the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center.  The kiosk accepts cash, credit, and debit cards.  You can call 1-866-394-0490 to make a phone deposit.  You can also make an internet deposit at www.MyCarePack.com.  To make a deposit, you need the jail’s location (Baldwin County, AL), the name of the facility (Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center), the inmate’s first and last name, the inmate’s ID number, and the depositor’s billing address and credit card information.

Inmate Trust Accounts / Commissary:

Inmate commissary accounts are a way for inmates to access basic food and hygiene items that are not provided by the Baldwin County Corrections Center, during the period of their incarceration.  Commissary services are offered to all inmates, regardless of status, except for those inmates who are in a lockdown or whose medical status conflicts with commissary.  These commissary services are, however, considered a privilege and may be rescinded by the Corrections Center.

Purchases from the Commissary are made on a weekly basis as scheduled. Purchases are deducted from the inmate's trust account which is maintained by the Center, provided funds are available in the inmate's account at the time the order is processed. Orders are limited to $100.00 per week.
Inmates are provided with basic needs and do not need commissary funds to purchase food or basic hygiene items.  However, they can use commissary accounts to purchase snack foods, specialty foods, and specific hygiene items.

To put money on an inmate’s account, you can choose several different methods.  You can put money in the kiosk in the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center.  The kiosk accepts cash, credit, and debit cards.  You can call 1-866-394-0490 to make a phone deposit.  Fees apply to phone deposits.

You can also make an internet deposit at www.MyCarePack.com.  Fees apply to internet deposits.  To make an internet deposit, you need the jail’s location (Baldwin County, AL), the name of the facility (Baldwin County Sheriff’s Corrections Center), the inmate’s first and last name, the inmate’s ID number, and the depositor’s billing address and credit card information.

Before an inmate receives money from deposits, any money that the inmate owes, is deducted prior to the inmate receiving funds.  The remaining funds can be used by the inmate for commissary purchases or phone calls.   Inmates can find out how much money they owe for things like medical care by communicating with his pod officer.

Bail Information:

Not all inmates are eligible for bail.  To find out if an inmate is eligible for bail, you can use the Jail View program to find out the bond amount for each of a defendant’s charges.   For additional information on Baldwin County’s pre-trial release program, you can contact their Pre-Trial and Community Corrections Program.  Generally, when posting bail you will need a photo ID.

For cash bail, you must have the exact cash amount.  You may be able to pay cash bail in other ways, but Corrections Centers will not accept personal checks for cash bail.  To find out if you can use something other than cash to pay an inmate’s cash bail amount, call the Corrections Center to find out if it accepts: money orders, cashier’s checks, traveler’s checks, credit cards, or debit cards.

If you are unable to post the full amount of an inmate’s bail, you may want to contact a bail bondsman for information on posting a surety bond.  A surety bond is actually a contract.  The person seeking the bond, which is not the person in Corrections Center, goes to a bail bondsman and pays a fee.  The bail bondsman then promises the court that the defendant will appear in court.  If the defendant does not appear in court, then the bondsman has to pay the full amount of the bond.  To secure this bond, the bondsman will generally require some type of security from the person who sought the bond, and, if the defendant cannot be located, will collect on that security.

Conclusion

The Baldwin County Corrections Center  a Corrections Center in Baldwin County, Alabama which is run by the Baldwin County Sheriff, Huey Hoss Mack.

The Baldwin County Corrections Center is a large local jail facility that can house approximately 700 inmates.  Most of the inmates at the Baldwin County Corrections Center are pre-trial detainees, but they also include inmates who have been sentenced to state prison and are awaiting transportation to an Alabama Department of Corrections location, and inmates placed there from other facilities.

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Baldwin County Corrections Center Data & Statistics:

Average Daily Population 610
Total Confined 624
Total Confined Males Aged 18+ 541
Total Confined Females Aged 18+ 82
Full-Time Prison Employees 116
Total Salaries for Full/Part Time Employees $4,286,249.00
*statistical information was retrieved from latest available copy of prison data provided by census bureau
 


Year Built or Opened: 1970 Warden or Supervisor: Sheriff Huey Hoss Mack Total Capacity: 700 Security Level(s): minimum - maximum

200 Hand Avenue
Bay Minette, AL 36507

Phone Number(s): 251-937-0202
Email Address: [email protected]

200 Hand Avenue
Bay Minette, AL 36507