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Payne County - County Jail - Oklahoma
Payne County Jail

The Payne County Detention Center (also known as the Payne County Jail) is located in the city of Stillwater, Oklahoma, and has a total capacity of 404 inmates.  The jail is located in the same building complex as the Payne County Sheriff’s Office and the Payne County Courthouse.  The current Jail Administrator is Captain Reese Lane.

Payne County was founded in 1890.  The county is located in the north central area of Oklahoma and covers approximately 697 square miles.  As of the 2010 census, the population of the county was 77,350 people.  The county seat is located in the city of Stillwater.

Stillwater is located about 65 miles northeast of Oklahoma City and houses the main campus of the Oklahoma State University, as well as branches of the Northern Oklahoma College, Meridian Technology Center, and the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.  As of 2012, the city population was estimated to be 46,560.  Stillwater is located in the area popularly known as "tornado alley" and is roughly 28 square miles in size.

The Payne County Detention Center holds adults awaiting trial and transport to state corrections facilities.  The center offers several programs to inmates including GED classes and state certified testing, family parenting classes, drug and alcohol education, and anger resolution.  The center conducts arraignments by video terminal to the courtrooms, which reduces inmate transfers to and from the jail, making the courtroom and the community safer.

If you have a concern about an inmate’s quality of life, you can voice that concern by calling the jail at 405-372-4522, and selecting option #2.      

If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual abuse or sexual harassment while confined at the Payne County Detention Center, you can file a report with either the jail or the Sheriff’s Office by calling 405-372-4522.  All incidents will be investigated and, if warranted, escalated to the state level for criminal investigation.

If you have concerns that include any allegations of criminal activity or misconduct of a detention center employee, call the jail at 405-372-4522 and ask to speak to Captain Reese Lane.

Payne County Physical Address:

Payne County Detention Center
606 S. Husband Street
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

Payne County Sheriff’s Office
606 S. Husband Street, Room 106
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

Payne County Court Clerk
606 S. Husband Street, Suite 207
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

Payne County Jail Mailing Address:

Payne County Detention Center
606 S. Husband Street
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

Payne County Phone Numbers:

Payne County Detention Center:  405-372-4522, option #2
Payne County Sheriff’s Office:  405-372-4522
Payne County Court Clerk’s Office:  405-372-4774

Payne County Jail Inmate Search:

Inmates of the Payne County Detention Center can be found by searching the Oklahoma Statewide VINE website.  To more quickly locate an inmate, click on the “Open Advanced Search” link, then select the Payne County Sheriff’s Office option from the Facility Name drop down.  You must enter a person’s full last name and at least the first letter of their first name to conduct a search; partial name searches on the last name do not appear to return any results.  The overview page shows the inmate’s full name, custody status, age, location, race and a link to information for the facility in which they are currently located.  Click on the “More Info” link under the inmate’s name for additional details including their Offender ID, gender, birth date, and aliases (if known).  You can also call the jail at 405-372-4522 to verify an inmate’s location.

Payne County Jail Mugshots:

Payne County does not publish mugshots of its inmates online. 

Inmate Status Notification:

Through the Oklahoma Statewide VINE system, you can register to be notified when an inmate of the Payne County Detention Center has a status change.  Call 1-877-654-8463 or locate the inmate listing within the system (using the search feature), click on the “Notify Me of Status Change” button, and complete your relevant contact information.

Arrest Records:

Certain public record information on an inmate’s case can be obtained by visiting the Payne County Detention Center or by calling 405-372-4522.  Online public record information can be obtained by visiting OSCN.net.  You can also visit the Payne County Court Clerk’s Office in Suite 207, at 606 S. Husband Street, Stillwater, OK 74074 or call 405-372-4774.  Additional information on record searches in Payne County can be found online at http://courtclerk.paynecounty.org/record-searches/.

Warrants:

Warrants issued within Payne County can be looked up by visiting OSCN.net and searching for the defendant’s name.  You can also contact the Payne County Sheriff’s Office at 405-372-4522 to check on the status of a warrant.

Inmate Mail:

Inmates may receive mail through the U.S. Postal Service and through private delivery services.  All personal mail is opened and checked for contraband prior to being delivered to the inmate.  All outgoing mail is inspected.

Inmates cannot receive property through the mail, such as clothing or hygiene items.  These items must be purchased from the jail’s commissary.

All mail must include the sender’s full name and address on the outside of the envelope.  Mail with the following items will NOT be delivered to inmates:

-Greeting cards with musical components
-Newspapers, magazines or clippings
-Items with glitter, lipstick, perfume/cologne or stickers
-Suggestive or pornographic photos
-Stationery (blank paper, envelopes, stamps, etc.)

Inmates can receive new paperback books, but they must be sent directly from the publisher or distributor to the inmate.

Inmates are allowed to have a maximum of three photos in their possession at any time.  Additional photos can be stored in an inmate’s personal property and exchanged on request.

Inmates may purchase envelopes and writing materials through the inmate commissary service; indigent inmates may order these materials on a routine schedule, with costs being debited from the inmate’s account.

Mail can be sent to the following address and should include the inmate’s full name and their jail identification number, if known:

Payne County Detention Center
606 S. Husband Street
Stillwater, OK  74074

The jail will accept an incarcerated person’s prescription medication and reading glasses, if these are dropped off in person, at the lobby window of the Sheriff’s Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Inmates cannot release their property in person or through the mail.  Instead, if an inmate wishes to release property to a designee, the inmate fills out a Property Release form.  The completed form is entered into the system and the designee can pick up the property from the lobby window of the Sheriff’s Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The Payne County Jail does not have email service for inmates.

Payne County Detention Center Inmate Trust Accounts / Commissary:

An Inmate Account is established by the detention center when a person is incarcerated.  These accounts provide funds to inmates for the purchase of personal items (through the commissary) and services (e.g. barber, medications or facility fees), provided the inmate is not under disciplinary sanctions.

The jail provides multiple ways for inmates to receive funds:

A kiosk for deposits is located on the first floor of the Payne County Courthouse, located at 606 S. Husband Street, Stillwater, OK  74074.  U.S. currency as well as debit/credit card deposits can be made during court hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays.  The kiosk service provider charges a nominal fee for each deposit transaction.  There are no limits on deposit amounts and funds are available to the inmate shortly after deposit. 

Funds can be deposited into an inmate’s account through TigerCommissary.com with a debit, credit or prepaid card with a Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo.  A 10% processing fees is associated with transactions.  Deposits amounts must be between $20 and $150, with a maximum weekly deposit per inmate of $500.  The Tiger Commissary customer service number is 870-932-1907.

Money orders and cashier’s checks made payable to the Payne County Sheriff’s Office with the inmate’s full name on the memo line, can be mailed to the jail for deposit into the Inmate’s Account.  There is no deposit limit on money orders and funds are available to the inmate upon receipt and posting to the Inmate’s Account.  These items are mailed to:

Payne County Detention Center
606 S. Husband Street
Stillwater, OK 74074

Personal checks and cash received by mail will NOT be deposited into an Inmate’s Account; these will be returned to the sender. 

Commissary items (such as snacks, hygiene products, clothing, etc.) can be ordered by inmates through the telephones in their housing units.  Commissary orders are placed on Tuesdays and are delivered to inmates on Thursdays.  Inmates can purchase a maximum of $75 per week from the commissary.  Medical personnel might prohibit inmates from making certain purchases because of health concerns. 

Payne County Detention Center Visitation:

Family and friends wishing to visit an inmate must be on the Inmate’s Visitation List.  Inmates are given the opportunity each week to update their visitation list.  Jail staff cannot add visitors to an inmate’s list without the inmate’s authorization.  Visitors wishing to be added to an Inmate’s Visitation List, should write the inmate, providing their full name, and request that they be added to their list. 

Each adult visitor and any accompanying minors must register upon entry to the facility.  All visitors age 18 years and up must be able to present a valid, government-issued, picture identification (ID).  All minors must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian and proof of parent/guardian status (e.g. child’s birth certificate, custody papers, etc.) will be required.  

Visitors must be dressed appropriately for the jail.  Following are the visitor’s dress requirements:

-Visitors are expected to be fully dressed in appropriate conventional clothing that is not unduly provocative, suggestive, or revealing.
-No clothing with gang, obscene, or distracting messages, shapes, or designs.
-No clothing that resembles security uniforms.
-No clothing that exposes the stomach, back, shoulders, chest, midriff, or underarms.
-No hats or other head coverings such as do-rags, bandanas, etc.
-No “sagging” of pants.  Undergarments must not be visible.
-Shorts must be fingertip or longer in length.

A maximum of three visitors are allowed per inmate visit, one of which must be an adult.  Children must be attended at all times.  Visitors with unruly children will be asked to leave.

Visits occur through video terminals.  Visitors must remain seated in their assigned station at all times during the visit, and conduct themselves in an appropriate manner.  Profanity, loud or disrespectful comments, disruptive behavior, or threats of any kind will result in termination of the visit.

A person who was booked into Payne County Jail within the last year will not be allowed to visit a current inmate.  A visitor who appears to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be permitted a visit and may be subject to arrest.

All visitors are subject to search.  No personal items may be taken past the lobby area.  This includes food and/or drink items and tobacco products.  The facility does not have any storage lockers available for visitors.  Cell phone use is prohibited in the visitation room.     

Inmates are allowed one 10-minute visit each week.  Visiting hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Wednesdays.  Visitors must be signed in by no later than 10:30 a.m. and provide their full physical address when they sign in.  Any inmate that is on the Wednesday 9:00 a.m. court docket will not receive a visit.

Payne County Detention Center Inmate Telephone Privileges:

Inmates cannot receive incoming phone calls.  General population inmates have access to phones in their housing units until 10:00 p.m. each day for outgoing phone calls; access to telephones for protective custody inmates will vary.  Outgoing phone calls must be collect calls or pre-paid phone calls and are limited to 15 minutes per call.  Jail phone calls are monitored and may be recorded.  Any attempt to transfer or conference a call will result in the call being disconnected.

Family and friends of inmates can establish a DirectPay telephone account for inmate calls through CityTeleCoin.com.  This will allow you to receive phone calls directly from an inmate, though the receiving party still has to accept the call when it is placed.  An inmate will be able to call only the number specified with the account, but multiple accounts with different phone numbers can be created, with each call billed accordingly.  The cost of each call is deducted from the DirectPay account balance.  Call fees vary depending on the jail facility, and the location (and possibly the service provider) of the person being called.

Deposits to DirectPay accounts can be made:

-Online with a credit, debit or prepaid card (with a MasterCard, Visa or Discover logo) at the CityTeleCoin website or by calling 800-682-0707 / 318-746-1114.
-With a money order made payable to CityTeleCoin, which can be mailed to 4501 Marlena Street, Bossier City, Louisiana 71111.

-Through a MoneyGram location.  The CityTeleCoin vendor ID is 6444 (Bossier City, Louisiana).  MoneyGram charges a separate fee, with applicable taxes, for sending money to this provider.

-Cash deposits can be made directly to CityTeleCoin at their office or at the drive up window located at 4501 Marlena Street, Bossier City, Louisiana 71111.  Do not mail cash.

-Minimum deposits, regardless of the form of payment, must be enough for a 15 minute phone call plus the taxes and fees.  The system will notify you when your balance is insufficient and someone has made an attempt to call you.

Inmates can also use their commissary funds to purchase calling cards through the telephones in their housing unit.  Refer to the Payne County Detention Center Inmate Trust Accounts section for information on how to fund inmate accounts.

To block calls from the Payne County Detention Center call:

-City Tele Coin at 800-682-0707 / 318-746-1114, or 
-The Payne County Jail at 405-372-4522

The Payne County Jail does not have email service for inmates.

Post Bail or Bond in Payne County:

Bail allows an arrested person (defendant) to be released from jail until his or her case is completed. 

Bail or surety bonds are written agreements entered into by the individual and his/her sureties (most commonly a bail bondsman) that guarantees the individual will appear in court at an appointed date and time. 

For the Payne County Jail, a cash bond, a bonding company or a property bond are the acceptable forms of bond payment.  Cash and surety bonds (through a bonding company) are the most common type of bonds issued in the county; on occasion, a property bond may be approved by a judge.

Cash Bail/Bond:

Cash bail and bond payments for Payne County inmates can be made at the Payne County Court Clerk’s office (located in Suite 207, at 606 S. Husband Street, Stillwater, OK  74074) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.  Payments can be made in cash or with a certified cashier’s check equal to the total amount of the bond, made payable to the Payne County Court Clerk.  Payment outside of the court’s hours can be done with exact cash at the Payne County Detention Center.

Property Bond:

For a property bond, the property must be located within Payne County and the property owner(s) must provide proof that the value of the property is at least four times the value of the bond.  Administrative fees may apply with this type of bond.   Contact the Payne County Court Clerk’s Office at 405-372-4774 for further details.

Bonding Company:

Bonding companies provide bonds for incarcerated persons and typically charge a negotiable percentage fee of the total amount of the bond.  Bonding companies must be licensed with the state and registered with the county.  You may contact the Payne County Court Clerk’s Office at 405-372-4774 to verify if a bonding company is registered.

Revoking a Bond:

The person who posted the bond, along with the person who was bonded out of jail, will need to come in person to the Payne County Detention Center to surrender the bonded person. The person who posted the bond can then request, through the court, that the bond be revoked.

Bond Refund:

The Payne County Detention Center does not process bond refunds.  Refunds are managed by the Payne County Court Clerk’s Office, in accordance with the paperwork completed at the time the bond was established.  Contact the Payne County Court Clerk’s Office at 405-372-4774 for specific details.

Conclusion

In conclusion, now that you have read our article on the Payne County Detention Center, we hope we have made it much easier to perform a search of the inmate listing/jail roster, visit inmates, send mail, fund inmate accounts, receive calls from inmates, and contact the detention center.  We understand how difficult it can be when a family or friend is incarcerated, and we try our absolute best to provide the most updated information on each facility to make your life easier.

 


Year Built or Opened: 2010 Warden or Supervisor: Sheriff R.B. Hauf Total Capacity: 326 Security Level(s): minimum - maximum

606 S Husband St
Stillwater, OK 74074, USA

Phone Number(s): 405-372-4522, option #2

606 S Husband St
Stillwater, OK 74074, USA