Jail Visitors Information
How May I Visit an Inmate in the County Jail?
Visiting Days and Times –
Friday 09:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Males
Friday 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Females
All visits are limited to 30 minutes. Weather permitting
Friday 09:00 a.m. To 12:00 p.m.
By Appointment ONLY, Call on Mondays 7-12 to make appointments.
Visitors are limited to three (3) persons per inmate.
All visits are limited to 15 minutes
Visitors may register by calling (573) 546-7051 beginning each Monday at 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. to schedule a visit.
Inmates are not allowed personal contact with visitors.
Unused visit times may be scheduled with walk-ins.
Inmates are only allowed one (1) visit per week. (Friday)
What may I bring to an inmate in the County Jail?
Only money may be left for inmates, Money orders will only be accepted. Nothing else may be brought in and left for inmates for security reasons. Inmate must purchase all items off from commissary.
Money only may be left for the inmates Monday- Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Maximum acceptable amount per week is $50.00
No other items will be accepted for inmate.
No items will be accepted for inmates scheduled for transport to Missouri Department of Corrections. Any items for these inmates must be sent or taken to the facility where the inmate will be assigned.
What are the rules for visiting an inmate in the County Jail?
Persons must produce a picture I.D.
A parent or guardian must accompany persons under 17 years of age.
Proper conduct by all visitors and inmate is expected. Improper conduct, by either party, will result in termination of the visit.
Individuals who have indications of alcohol or drug use will not be allowed visitation.
The administration reserves the right to deny visitation by persons deemed to be improperly dressed or suspected of carrying contraband. Proper attire includes shoes, sandals, shorts, pants, and shirts of conservative length. Females are also required to wear a brassier. Improper attire includes any clothing that is too revealing as deemed by the staff.
What are the rules for writing to an inmate in the County Jail?
When corresponding with an inmate by mail, address the envelope in the following manner:
Iron County Jail
220 South Shepherd Street
Ironton, Missouri 63650
Prisoner: (Inmate's Name)
All incoming mail will be opened and screened prior to be given to inmates.
Only the following items will be allowed by mail or by delivery service:
Books, magazines, or newspapers -
(Sent directly from the distributor or bookstore -Soft cover only)
All other items are contraband and will result in the entire envelope being returned to sender.
Items received for inmates no longer in custody will be returned to sender, not forwarded.
NOTE: Anyone attempting to pass any contraband will be arrested and charged. Individuals caught attempting to pass contraband will no longer be allowed to visit inmates.