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Greene County MO Jail

County Jail

Last Updated: September 23, 2021
Address
1000 North Boonville Ave, Springfield, MO 65802
Beds
610
County
Greene
Phone
417-868-4048
Fax
417-868-4830
Email
jcoonrod@greenecountymo.gov

Greene County MO Jail is for County Jail offenders sentenced up to twenty four months.

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Greene County MO Jail basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 417-868-4048

The Greene County MO Jail is a medium-security detention center located at 1000 North Boonville Ave Springfield, MO which is operated locally by the Greene County Sheriff's Office and holds inmates awaiting trial or sentencing or both. Most of the sentenced inmates are here for less than two years. Greene County accepts inmates from surrounding towns, municipalities, the US Marshal's Service and the Springfield Police Department who do not have their own long-term lock-up.

The Greene County Jail has 610 beds and an average daily population of 700 inmates. The facility supports the philosophy of "Direct Supervision". Inmate programs are designed and implemented by 180 community volunteers. Inmates are encouraged to attend programs which facilitate a more successful re-entry into the community.

The goal of the Greene County Jail is to provide a safe and secure environment that promotes positive inmate behavior. This is made possible through fair, impartial and humane treatment of all individuals incarcerated in the jail facility. The Correctional staff expect inmate behaviors to be positive and rational. While incarcerated in the jail, it is the inmate's responsibility to comply with all rules and regulations as well as all directives given by staff. Although some of these regulations may seem restrictive to the average person, they are necessary to maintain a safe, secure environment within the jail facility. A positive and rational behavior will preserve and maintain the privileges given to the inmates; negative and irrational behavior may result in restriction of privileges, disciplinary action or criminal prosecution.

Monetary/Commissary

Offender Funds

  • Offender funds are recorded in the Offender's Trust Fund Account which is used to record all deposits, withdrawals, and purchases.
  • Any cash in the offender's possession upon commitment will be deposited in the in the Kiosk to be deposited in the Offender's Trust Fund Account and a receipt for the same will be given to the offender. All checks and money orders will remain in the offender's property.
  • When funds are received at the Lobby Kiosk, a receipt will be given to the person leaving the funds. The funds will then be recorded in the Offender's Trust Fund Account. No checks or money orders will be accepted.
  • Endorsed (second party) checks or mutilated checks will not be accepted.
  • Checks will not be delivered to offenders for endorsement and release, (i.e. Income Tax Checks). All funds must be deposited into the offender's account.
  • Offenders being released from custody who have funds in their Offender's Trust Fund Account will be issued a debit card for the balance of their account. Note: Some funds may be frozen on your account for outstanding medical fees. These funds will not be released at the time of your release.
  • Destruction or defacing of County property will result in your account being frozen until the incident is investigated. If fault is proven, the amount of repairs and/ or replacement may be deducted from the account.
  • If you feel there is a discrepancy as to the amount of funds recorded in your account, you should address the problem to the Commissary Officer by filling out a Request to Staff Member form or the jail administration by phone or request.

Indigent Offenders (No Funds)

  • When an offender is incarcerated and has no funds, provisions are made for that offender to order personal hygiene items, writing materials, and postage of both private and legal letters. These items can be ordered after being incarcerated 72 hours and then every three weeks. The order is limited to $6.75.
  • In the event that an offender receives funds in his/ her account, the price of the indigent orders will be deducted from the deposited funds and any remaining funds will be applied to your account.

Commissary Privileges

Commissary is a privilege, not a right. It is intended solely for the comfort and convenience of offenders.
Commissary services are scheduled as follows:

Day of the Week Housing Unit Tuesday A pod & D pod Wednesday B pod & T5 Thursday C pod & T4 Friday T1 & T2

Note: Commissary starts processing orders at 7:00 a.m. Funds must be deposited into the inmate's account before then.

  • If a holiday falls on the delivery day, arrangements will be posted in the housing units for that week. The order will be turned in as scheduled above.
  • The amount and frequency of the purchases may be limited by the Sheriff and/ or the Captain of the Jail if deemed necessary.
  • Purchases cannot exceed the amount of funds in your account. Account balances are printed on the commissary order slip.
  • Commissary orders will list the item wanted by number, quantity, and price for those items. The item numbers and price are from the list of approved commissary items available in each Pod.
  • If you do not use your commissary slip, it is your responsibility to destroy the slip to prevent unauthorized use. The Greene County Jail does not assume responsibility for your order slip.
  • In order to maintain cleanliness and sanitary conditions, you will be provided a bin in which to hold your personal items. Consumable items that over flow the bin will be destroyed. Other personal items will be placed in your property.
  • As offender behavioral incentive, depending on your custody level of classification, you may have increased access to certain commissary items.
  • Offenders are allowed to order regular commissary items, but will have a spending cap weekly to purchase a $60 phone card and $85 worth of food and hygiene items.
  • Disciplinary offenders will be allowed to purchase personal hygiene items only, and limited by the discretion of the Commissary Officer.

Commissary Rules

  • Offenders are not allowed to make purchases for or give commissary items to other offenders.
  • Offenders are not allowed to transfer money from their account to another offender, or to have friends/family make deposits into other offender's accounts.
  • Trading of commissary items from one offender to another will not be allowed under any circumstances.
  • At no time will one offender attempt to force another offender to purchase commissary items against their will.
  • Under no circumstances will commissary items be used for the purpose of gambling.
  • Offenders will not use commissary items to purchase favors or services from other offenders.
  • Any abuse of the commissary system may result in the loss of the privilege and confiscation of items in question depending on the severity of the violation.
  • Any item removed from the original container and placed in any other container, and any container used for something other than it's intended purpose will be considered contraband.
  • Officers will not look up commissary balances. Your balance will be printed on your commissary order slip.

Conditional Use & Limited Use Items

  • Razors are considered to be conditional use items. This means although you purchase a razor from the commissary, you will not be allowed to keep the razor in your cell. Razors are sold for a one time use, and cost $0.25. You will need to buy a new razor every time you wish to shave. If you need a razor, you must make your request to the Pod Officer at the end of each night shift (before the morning meal and by approximately 4:00 a.m.). The officer will check the razor out to you when they are received from the commissary. You will be given a period of 15 minutes in which to use it. After use, the razor must be returned to the Pod Officer. Storing or attempting to store a razor in your cell will result in suspension of this privilege, or disciplinary action if the violation is severe. Offenders who are trustees or are assigned to work release may use their razors at times other than the designated time as this time period may conflict with their work schedule. If you are indigent, you will be allowed to purchase a razor. $0.25 will be posted to your Trust Fund Account for collection when you receive funds.

The following types of items are limited use items. Any of the items listed below which are found in excess of what is authorized will be considered contraband and will be confiscated and destroyed. Empty containers will be disposed of.

  • Ink Pens - 2 each
  • Shampoo Bottles - 2 each
  • Deodorant Container - 2 each
  • Any other container products - 2 each

Inmate Labor Initiative Program

This program was brought about by an agreement between the GCSO and the County Highway Department in 2002. The program is used to place offenders through the courts into a work program that was operated by the County Highway Department until 2014. The GCSO has the sole responsibility over the daily operations of the program full-time. The offenders are tasked with litter pickup and several other types of landscaping or beautification detail. These offenders are transported by a GCSO Corrections Deputy each day from the Greene County Justice Center to the job sites. The Deputy monitors and oversees the offenders' activities while performing tasks to maintain the integrity of county properties.

Offender criteria:

  • Must be sentenced to county jail time
  • Willing and able to abide by all rules and regulations of the Inmate Labor Initiative Program
  • Willing to submit to random drug testing and return alcohol testing
  • Able to physically and medically meet job requirements
  • Must be willing to do all tasks asked of you by work detail supervisor

Any additional questions or information may be obtained by calling the Jail Administration Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (417) 868-4048.

Inmates can purchase a phone card from Commissary or place a collect call. All phone calls are subject to monitoring and may be recorded. Inmates cannot accept any incoming calls and MESSAGES WILL NOT BE RELAYED TO INMATES.

Inmates can make phone calls any day of the week from:

  • 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
  • 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Inmate Locator

Greene County MO Jail publishes the names of their inmates currently in their facility in Missouri. Your search should start with this locator first to see if your loved one is there.

The second box is the InmateAid Inmate Search. This database of inmates is user-generated content for the purpose of accessing and utilizing any or all of the InmateAid services. If you need our assistance creating your own inmate profile to keep in touch, email us at aid@inmateaid.com and we will assist you in locating your inmate.

As a last resort, you might have to pay for that information if we do not have it. The Arrest Record Search will cost you a small amount, but their data is the freshest available and for that reason they charge to access it.

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Covid Visitation Information

As of March 18, 2020, registration and visitation rules have changed to protect inmates at Greene County MO Jail and their loved ones during the COVID-19 outbreak. At this time, there are no in-person visits for family and friends due to the COVID-19 situation. Video visitation is available; details can be found below or call 417-868-4048.

Registration

  • All visits through the video visitation system require the visitor to establish a user account.

Visitation Information

To visit an inmate, he/she must schedule you a time on their designated visitation night. You CANNOT show up to the jail during the day and visit with an inmate unless you are an attorney, bail bonds person or investigator. The only exception is for specially granted visits approved by a Captain of the Jail.

Weekday Visitation Schedule

Personal visitation will be allowed Monday - Friday for non-segregated inmates. Visits will be for 20 minutes according to this schedule:

Day of the Week Housing Unit Scheduled Times Monday Females 7:30pm to 10:00 pm Tuesday D pod 7:30pm to 10:00 pm Wednesday B pod 7:30pm to 10:00 pm Thursday C pod 7:30pm to 10:00 pm Friday A Pod, T4, T5 and Civil Detainees 7:30pm to 10:00 pm

Personal Visitation

It is the responsibility of the offender to schedule his time of visitation. It is also the offender's responsibility to advise the visitor of the scheduled time of their visit and the visitation requirements

  • Personal visitation will be allowed Monday through Friday from 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm for 20 minutes according to the above schedule
  • During meal times and shift changes, visitation will not be permitted
  • Offenders will be allowed up to 3 visitors in one party during their visit
  • Visitors 17 years old or older must produce an approved identification card prior to being allowed to visit. Approved identifications are Driver's License, Social Security card (with at least one photo identification) and Missouri State Identification card
  • Visitors 16 years old or younger must be accompanied by a legal guardian to visit. The guardian will be counted as one of the 3 visitors. The guardian must produce an approved photo ID
  • All visitors must be signed up to visit 15 minutes before the visitation begins. Late visitors will not be permitted to go to visitation. Visitor(s) must be on the inmate's visitation sign up sheet in order to receive a visit

Denial or Termination of a Visit

Visitors who have been incarcerated at the Greene County Jail in the past 90 days will NOT be allowed to visit an inmate.
NO EXCEPTIONS

A visit may be denied or terminated and visiting privileges suspended under the following circumstances:

  • Visitor(s) that appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Insufficient space available
  • Refusal by a visitor to submit to search procedures
  • Refusal or failure to produce sufficient identification (ordinarily picture ID) or the falsifying of identifying information by a visitor
  • Failure to prevent children from disturbing other people
  • Inappropriate display of affection, suggestive activity, or inappropriate dress
  • A visitor with visible body markings or jewelry that by its nature would promote or cause adverse reactions because of racial, ethnic, or religious beliefs will not be permitted to remain in the Jail's general public area, inside or outside of the Jail
  • Dress that excites the senses; transparent clothing, exposed breasts, exposed genitalia is not appropriate and not allowed for visitors. Short shorts and tank tops (male and female), and bare feet are not considered appropriate dress for a Jail setting
  • Other conduct or conditions deemed by the Shift Supervisor as disruptive to the security or orderly operation of the visitation process
  • Failure of the visitor to show up at the scheduled time of the visit

Repeated violations of any of the above standards may result in the denial of visiting for an extended period of time.

Some or all of the above may be a violation of one or more of the following Missouri Revised Statutes: 574.090, Ethnic Intimidation in the First Degree; 574.093, Ethnic

  • Vulgarity, racial, ethnic, or confrontational remarks, will not be tolerated

Ministerial Visitation

  • Offenders are allowed one (1) visit per week by their minister or spiritual leader between the hours of 7:30 pm and 10:00 pm, which must be scheduled according to the offender's classification within the Greene County Jail
  • Ministerial visits will be limited to 20 minutes
  • If a member of your immediate family is a minister, he/she must either visit you as a minister or as a family member on your regular visitation night. A minister may not visit both times

Bonding Agent Interview

Offenders will be allowed to visit with Bail Bonding Agents at the request of the agent. If an offender has contacted a bonding agent, it is up to the agent to request the interview through the Reception Officer. The visit will be limited to 15 minutes.

Attorney Visitation

  • The attorney visitations are normally between the hours of 8:00 am to 11:00 am and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. Exceptions may be granted if advance arrangements are made by the attorney through the Shift Supervisor
  • Offenders may request Jail Staff to notify their Public Defender of their wish to see them. This request must be made in writing on a Request to Staff Member form, and will be forwarded to the Public Defenders office through inter office mail
  • Contact with a private attorney will be made by the Offender Telephone System or by U.S. Mail
  • Non-government contractors employed by attorney or other Agencies will be required to submit and have approved background check prior to visit. They will be required to visit with the attorney or a Representative of Agency employed with. If visiting alone they will be required to have a Court Order to enter for a contact visit, otherwise the visit will be conducted through the glass area as the general public

Inner-Jail Visitation

In some cases where a husband and wife are incarcerated in the Jail, requests are made for a visit. These requests must be made to the Sheriff, Major of Corrections or Captain. Each case will be determined by its own merit and purpose.

IT IS NOT A POLICY TO GRANT SUCH VISITS

Visitation Rules and Regulations

  • The offender will stand by the door and wait for the officer to pat search him/her
  • Offenders will walk on the right-hand side of the hallway in a single line with their hands behind their back clasp together. Offenders will conduct themselves in an orderly manner in route to, during, and upon returning from their visit. No talking will be permitted during movement
  • Offenders will not attempt to get the attention of visitors waiting outside

Failure to abide by the above rules will result in the immediate termination of the visit and possible cancellation of all subsequent visits for a period of one week or more depending on the severity of the violation.

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