CLINTON COUNTY JAIL

 

Sergeant Paul Hammond
Lieutenant Paul Hammond
Jail Administrator
 Sergeant Tom Christoffersen
Sergeant Brian Grell
Assistant Jail Administrator

 

 

INMATE VISITING HOURS

Monday through Saturday, 1:00pm-4:00pm

  • No Visitors allowed on the Jail floor after 3:45pm
  • All visitors must leave the Jail floor by 4:00pm.
  • All visitors must be 18 years of age and have a current official (state) picture Identification card.
  • Each inmate may have up to six (6) names of persons on a visiting list each month. To visit your name must appear on the list. Persons can only be added to the list on the 1st of each month.
  • Each inmate is allowed two (2) visits per week (Monday through Saturday) with a limit of three (3) visitors per visit.
  • No one who has been incarcerated in this jail in the past six (6) months may visit.
  • Any visitor who brings contraband into the jail will have their visiting privileges permanently revoked.
  • Visitors must leave all purses, coats, jackets, hats, phones, keys, etc. in the lockers provided or leave them in their car. The lockers are located by the front doors and the keys are in the locks. Visitors are to keep the key with them while they are visiting and return the key to the locker when they leave.
  • Visitors and inmates are expected to adhere to a code of behavior which is decent and non-offensive to the other visitors, inmates, and staff. Profanity will not be tolerated and visitors will be asked to leave. Visiting phones are monitored.
  • Inmates must be incarcerated for three (3) days before they can receive visits.
REMEMBER: YOU MUST HAVE A VAILD PICTURE I.D. AND BRING IT TO THE JAIL FLOOR WITH YOU.
 

CELL BLOCK TELEPHONES

PHONE HOURS: 8:00am through 10:00pm- 7 DAYS A WEEK
  • Inmates may use phone cards or make collect telephone calls from the cell blocks. All calls may be monitored for security reasons.
  • Jail staff shall not receive phone calls or pass on messages to or for any inmate.
  • Inmates may make person to person calls only. No third party (3-WAY) calls. If telephone use is other than direct party to party, such as by code or through a 3-way call, violators may lose telephone privileges permanently.
  • You may purchase a $20, $50, $100 phone card for any inmate. A copy of the purchased card will be delivered directly to the inmate to use.
  • You may purchase these phone cards or set up collect calls by calling Reliance Telephone System at 800-896-3201 or www.reliancetelephone.com.
If you are receiving collect calls from the Clinton County Jail and wish to block these calls, billing information, or are having any type of problem accepting calls, please call Reliance Telephone at 800-896-3201.

INMATE MONEY & PROPERTY

The jail will accept only the following property: 
  • Money - The staff of the Clinton County Sheriff's Office will not accept cash or personal check for an inmate's account.  Family and Friends must use the Cashier machine located in the Law Center lobby. The Cashier machine will accept Credit/Debit cards and cash (No $1.00 bills) and there is a small fee for each transaction
  • Legal Documents
  • Five (5) pictures not larger than 3” x 5” (we do not accept Polaroid’s)
  • All other hygiene supplies, etc. can be purchased on commissary.
 
Money may be released for the following reasons only:
  • Attorney fees
  • To pay your own fines
  • To post your own bond
  • Commissary Supplies
  • To make your work release payments

 


INMATE MAIL

  • Mail should be addressed to the inmate as follows: Clinton County Jail (inmate name) P.O. Box 2957 Clinton, IA 52733
  • Incoming letter may be opened and inspected for contraband or other matters of concern to the Clinton County Jail in regard to security, safety and control.
  • Show complete name and address on the envelope of sending party.
  • Any letters without a return address will be considered non-deliverable or considered contraband and will be returned to the Post Office.
  • Greeting cards larger than 6” x 9” will be placed in the inmate’s personal property locker and be given to them upon release.