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About Prison

The Garland County Jail/ Garland Detention Center is a jail facility located in Garland County, Arkansas.  You can find information about the jail, which is run by the Garland County Sheriff’s Department at the Garland County Sheriff’s Department website: http://www.garlandcountysheriff.com/.  The Garland County Jail is operated by the Garland County Sheriff’s Department.  The Garland County Sheriff’s Department is the law enforcement agency responsible for criminal justice in Garland County, Arkansas, which includes detention of both adults and juveniles.  The Garland Sheriff’s Department is headed by Sheriff Mike McCormick.  Sheriff McCormick has been consistently focused on improving safety in Garland County without increasing the budget requirements to do so.  This commitment extends to his running of the Garland County Jail.

While Garland County is a relatively small county, it is significant in terms of Arkansas and its government.  The county contains the city of Hot Springs, which is one of the state’s more popular tourist destinations because it contains Hot Springs National Park.  Therefore, while the county is its largest city are both relatively small, the sheriff’s department and jail have to be sufficiently staffed to handle a possible influx of traffic from visitors and tourists.

Garland County’s jail system actually has two separate jails: the Garland County Detention Center, which houses adult pre-trial and some post-conviction detainees, and the Garland County Juvenile Detention Center, which houses juvenile offenders and pre-trial detainees.  The Sheriff’s Department is responsible for running both of these centers.  

Garland County Jail Addresses

The Garland County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for two regional detention centers: the Garland County Detention Center, which houses adult inmates, and the Garland County Juvenile Detention Center.  Both are often referred to by the same name and are supervised by the Garland County Sheriff’s Department, therefore we are providing contact information for both facilities.

Physical Address

The address for the Garland County Detention Center is:

Garland County Correctional Facility
3564 Albert Pike Rd
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913

The address for the Garland County Sheriff’s Office is:

Garland County Sheriff’s Office
525 Ouachita Ave
Hot Springs, AR 71901

Mailing Address

Garland County Correctional Facility
3564 Albert Pike Rd
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913

Inmate Mailing Address

Inmate Name
Garland County Correctional Facility
3564 Albert Pike Rd
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913

Inmates may receive mail through the U.S. Postal Service and through some private delivery services.  All outgoing and incoming mail is subject to search.  Mail with contraband or that otherwise violates jail rules will be destroyed.  Inmates can receive written correspondence on plain paper, but the jail may have specific rules and regulations about other types of mail.  For example, most jails prohibit you from sending published material directly to an inmate, but will allow you to arrange for inmates to receive magazines, newspapers, and books directly from the publisher or from a participating book store.  All mail must have a legible return address on the outside of the envelope or on the postcard; mail without a legible return address will be destroyed.  Generally, there is no inmate-to-inmate mail.  There may also be prohibitions on inmates receiving mail from felons.

The following items are generally prohibited in prison mail: foreign substances, such as bodily fluids, hair, lipstick, perfume, glitter, glue, or paint; sexually explicit drawings; cash, money orders, checks or other forms of currency; unusual stains or odors; stickers, decals, or tape; dried or pressed flowers; plastic postcards or greeting Cards; and contents that describe criminal activity or escape plans.

Phone Numbers

There are several numbers to reach the Garland County Jail and the Garland County Sheriff’s Department.  The Jail Receptionist’s number is (501) 651-7801.  The jail booking department’s numbers is (501) 651-7833.  If you need to reach the Sheriff’s Department for information, you can contact them at (501) 622-3660.  For criminal records, you can contact them at (501) 622-3666.  Inmates cannot receive incoming phone calls.  If you have an emergency and need to contact and inmate, you can contact the jail receptionist to ask about arranging a message.  Messages will only be relayed at the discretion of the supervising officer.

Garland County Inmate Roster

Garland County Detention Center/ Garland County Jail inmates are listed on a facility-specific inmate list.  The Garland County Detention Center inmate roster is a comprehensive list contains the name, booking date, age, race, and gender of inmates, in alphabetical order.  When you look at the inmate roster, it pulls up the jail’s entire inmate list.  This means the system is more difficult to search some other systems, which allow you to search for inmates using different types of information including name, birthdate, and social security number.  This means that it may be difficult to differentiate inmates from others simply by looking at the information contained on the inmate list without getting greater detail.  It can also make it difficult to search the inmate roster; however, inmates are listed alphabetically and you can always use the CNTL + F function to search for inmates on the list.

Furthermore, the list is simply the first-level of Garland County inmate information. If you click on an individual inmate’s name, it pulls up a more complete inmate record.  That record includes the booking photo, the inmate’s date of birth, a brief physical description, a list of the current charges against the inmate, the inmate’s last known address, and even some bond information about the inmates.  If the inmate has already been sentenced, the inmate list will also show the projected release date.  This allows you to not only determine if a particular person is incarcerated at the Garland County Detention Center, but also to find out when he or she was incarcerated, the charges against them, and other basic identifiers.

Garland County Jail Inmate Search

Garland County Detention Center inmate locator lists all inmates on a single alphabetized list.  It can be more difficult to search this system, because you have to review the system.  Though alphabetized, if someone has multiple last-names, you may not know where to search and you cannot use the inmate’s name, date of birth, social security number, or other identifier to search and pull up a single record.  However, because the roster is alphabetized, it is not unduly difficult to search for inmates.  In addition, you can also easily use your computer’s “find” function, which is usually accessed with the shortcut key function CNTL + F, to search for the inmate by first or last name, booking date, age, gender, and race.  For more detailed information about an inmate, please click on individual records.

Arrest Records

The Garland County Detention Center/ Garland County Jail has booking photos available for all of the inmates in its system; you can find them using the Garland County Detention Center Inmate Search system.  To see booking photos, you must click on the individual inmate’s record.  You can also contact (501) 622-3666 for criminal records. 

Mugshots

The Garland County Detention Center has booking photos available for all of the inmates in its system; you can find them using the Garland County Jail Inmate Search system.  You cannot see the booking photos directly from the jail roster, but you can find them if you click on an inmate’s name.  Booking photos are included in the information in the expanded inmate information.  To find out how to access mugshots for prior inmates or for arrestees who may not be incarcerated, contact the Garland County Sheriff’s Department’s Records Division at (501) 622-3666.

Jail Visitation

In this section, we outline visitation rules for the Garland County Detention Center.  Please keep in mind that, as with all jail facilities, visitors who fail to comply with visitation rules not only risk being asked to leave that visitation session, but also risk losing all visitation privileges.

The following is an overview of the Garland County Detention Center’s Visitation Rules.  All visits are non-contact visits conducted via the Video Visitation System.  Visiting days are Thursday- Sunday.  Inmates are permitted 2 visits per week.  These visits can be scheduled with one visit on Thursday or Friday and a second visit on Saturday or Sunday.  Visitation times are 12PM-8PM, with no visitation from 4PM-5PM.  Visits can be scheduled on the hour.  Visitation is on a first-come, first-served basis.  You do not need an appointment to schedule a visit, however, you must check in at least 15 minutes prior to your desired visitation time.  There is a maximum of two people per visit, but children under the age of five do not count towards the total.  All children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  Visitors must have government-issued photo identification.  While the jail does not have an official dress code, visitors must be dressed appropriately.  Guests generally cannot bring items into the visitation room, and the following items are specifically prohibited: cell phones, food, drink, cameras, and recording devices.  All visits are monitored and recorded.

Inmate Phone Privileges

Inmates cannot receive incoming phone calls.  Inmates have access to phones for outgoing phone calls.  These phone calls must be collect calls or pre-paid phone calls.   Jail phone calls are monitored and may be recorded.  Any attempt to call transfer or conference call will result in the call being disconnected.

The Garland County Detention Center uses Smart Deposit for inmate commissary accounts.  You can deposit commissary and phone funds using the Smart Deposit System.

Inmate Trust Accounts / Commissary

The Garland County Detention Center uses Smart Deposit for inmate commissary accounts.  You can deposit commissary and phone funds using the Smart Deposit System.  The Smart Deposit system allows you to send mail electronically, arrange bail payments, and make deposits into an inmate’s commissary account.  Once you are registered you can use the mobile app or the internet site to manage these deposits.  You can also send snacks and gift packs.

Bail Information

The Garland County Detention Center makes some bail information available on its bail roster, though it may not contain complete bail information.  Garland County participates in the Arkansas Online Court Payment Center, which you may be able to use to pay some bail.  (Not all bail can be paid using this system; cash bonds may have to be delivered in person.  For questions about a specific inmate’s bail scenario, contact the jail).   Use of the electronic system will result in additional convenience charges on your credit cards. 

Conclusion

Garland County Detention Center is the jail facility for Garland County, Arkansas.  It is managed by the Garland County Sheriff’s Department.  Adult detainees are held in the jail, while juvenile detainees are held in the juvenile detention center.  The Garland County Detention Center holds both pre-trial and some post-conviction adult detainees in Garland County.  The Garland County Detention Center maintains a very detailed inmate roster that includes the booking photos or mugshots for people detained in Garland County Jail, as well as other information about these detainees, including the charges against them, bail information, and their release dates.  We hope that by reviewing this article you are now able to locate an imate, schedule visitation, send money to an inmate, or learn more about the facility in which your loved one is currently incarcerated.

 


Year Built or Opened: 2015 Warden or Supervisor: Sheriff Mike McCormick Total Capacity: 482 Security Level(s): medium

3564 Albert Pike Road
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913

Phone Number(s): 501-622-3683
Fax Number: 501-321-4212
Email Address: [email protected] [email protected]

3564 Albert Pike Road
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913

 
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