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Greenville Co Jail is for County Jail offenders sentenced up to twenty four months.
All prisons and jails have Security or Custody levels depending on the inmate’s classification, sentence, and criminal history. Please review the rules and regulations for County - medium facility.
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If you are unsure of your inmate's location, you can search and locate your inmate by typing in their last name, first name or first initial, and/or the offender ID number to get their accurate information immediately Registered Offenders
The Greenville Co Jail is a low-security detention center located at 20 McGee St Greenville, SC which is operated locally by the Greenville 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. Greenville County accepts inmates from surrounding towns, Greenville Police Department, and the US Marshal's Service.
You may communicate with inmates via the US Mail. Because of safety and security issues; the Detention Center has contracted with Smart Communications to develop a safer and more efficient method for delivering inmate personal mail. All personal inmate mail is received at an offsite location and is scanned into a vendor-supported electronic system. The mail will then be made available, for viewing by inmates, on the housing unit kiosks through their individual accounts. The types of acceptable correspondences include postcards, letters, and greeting cards. No photographs will be accepted through the postal mail. All verified legal mail, money orders, bank statements mailed directly from a financial institution and publications will continue to be sent directly to the Detention Center. All legal mail is opened in the presence of the inmate and checked for contraband prior to the inmate receiving it. Upon release inmates may login into the Smart Communications public website at https://www.smartjail.com/, enter their inmate number and password and download their Postal Mail at no cost.
Providing or attempting to provide contraband, (as defined by SC Law #24-13-150), to an inmate is a felony and violators will be prosecuted. These incidents will also be reported to a US Postal Inspector for review.
The Detention Center does not censor or inspect outgoing mail prior to the mail being transferred to the U.S. Postal Service and does not accept responsibility for the contents of outgoing mail.
Newspapers, magazines, and paperback books, are not allowed with:
Inmates are permitted subscription issues of newspapers, paperback books and magazines mailed directly from the publisher, clearing houses, and book distributors. No hard cover books are allowed.
Inmates may receive funds through the U.S. Mail but only in the form of U.S. Postal and Western Union money orders made payable to the Detention Center, in care of the inmate, are accepted for deposit. We do not accept cash through the mail for deposit. Any cash received will be placed in an inmate's personal property and will not be credited to the inmate's account or returned to the sender. For other forms of deposit, please refer to our Money Deposits page.
Acceptable paperback books and magazines may be donated to the Detention Center at the Reception Control window (Public Lobby), 20 McGee St. between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., seven days a week.
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 their accounts.
The Detention Center has selected Securus Technologies Inc. to provide telephone services to the inmate population. Inmates who have funds in their inmate accounts have the ability to set up accounts to make telephone calls which are free of charge to the person being called. These calls must be accepted by the person being called in order to be connected. Inmates also have the ability to place collect calls which are subject to acceptance from the person being called. The public may also set up pre-paid accounts in order to accept calls from inmates at the Detention Center. These accounts can be set up by calling Securus Technologies at 1.800.844.6591 or by visiting the following website securustech.net. No Collect calls can be placed from the Detention Center to cellular telephones. Persons wishing to accept financial responsibility for inmate calls to their cellular telephones must set up an account using the information above. The Greenville County Detention Center does not accept incoming calls for inmates or deliver messages that are deemed non-emergent by Detention Center staff.
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Can I get information about how much money an inmate has in their account? Staff members are not allowed to provide this information to anyone other than the inmate.
How long does it take for an inmate to be released? Paying an inmate’s bond does not complete the release process. A judicial release must be received before the release process is initiated at the Detention Center. It is the goal of the facility to release inmates within 4 hours of receiving judicial authorization to release the inmate. Facility emergencies or other exigent circumstances may affect release times. You should call or visit the Detention Center to acquire more information about estimated release times if you are waiting for an inmate to be released.
Does an inmate remain in the same housing unit for the duration of his incarceration? Inmate housing is not permanent. An inmate’s housing unit may be changed at any time based on the needs of the facility.
How can I get information about an inmate’s release date? You must contact or visit the facility to obtain this information. You may also ask the inmate who has access to this information.
How can I get information about an inmate’s court date? You may contact the court of Jurisdiction to obtain this information.
Who do I contact regarding medical concerns for inmates? Concerned parties may contact or visit the Detention Center to inform staff of their concerns. The information will be forwarded to the Health Service Department to be addressed. Emergent matters will be afforded immediate attention. Concerns may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Who do I contact if I have questions/concerns regarding an inmate or services at the Detention Center? You may call or report to the Detention Center to have your issues addressed. Detention Center staff members are trained to handle matters at the lowest level possible. Staff members will contact the appropriate supervisor should the situation require a supervisor to become involved. Concerns may also be emailed to email@example.com
Greenville County SC Detention Center publishes the names of the inmates currently in their facility in South Carolina. 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 to access and utilize any or all of the InmateAid services. If you need our assistance creating your inmate profile to keep in touch, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you in locating your inmate.
The Greenville County Detention Center provides inmate visitation 7 days per week. Inmates are allowed to visit 2 times per week and visits are scheduled to occur in 30-minute intervals. Visits may be subject to Monitoring and Recording. Visitation types will vary based on the inmate’s housing assignment and may occur on a video monitor, via telephone receivers with visibility through glass barriers or through vented glass barriers. The following conditions apply for inmate visits:
Building One, Two and Four Visitation
Building Four Visiting Hours
The Building Four Video Visitation Office, located in the Public Lobby of Building Two, is open from 8:00a.m. – 6:00p.m., 7 days a week. Visits will be available on a "First come, first serve" basis. Visits will commence upon your arrival at the facility without having to wait for a designated appointment time.
The following housing units are located in Building Four: SHU A-D, Unit 2A, Unit 2B, Unit 3A, Unit 3B, Unit 4A and Unit 4B.
Should the visitation booths in an inmate’s housing unit be occupied or if you arrive during a meal period, you will be asked to wait until a booth becomes available or the meal period in the housing has concluded. This wait shall never be longer than 30 minutes.
Restricted Hours for Attorneys, Bondsmen, Outside Agencies
Excluding court appearances, requests to sign out or to interview inmates shall not be honored during meal hours, which are:
Excluding court appearances, requests to sign out or to interview inmates shall not be honored during institutional counts, recounts, or headcounts. Regular counts begin at:
The following individuals may schedule professional visits with inmates at the Detention Center:
Professional visits may be scheduled in person at the Detention Center, by telephone at (864) 467-2370 or via email at email@example.com. Normal business hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Some exceptions may be made depending on circumstances. Attorney's needing to visit during restricted times, must contact the Professional Visitation Clerk 30 minutes prior to the restricted time and the inmate will be made available. Requests for visits during non-business hours may be made in advance through the Professional Visitation Clerk or by telephone at (864) 467-2300.
Can I visit an inmate who is housed in the Special Housing Unit (SHU)? When an inmate is housed in the Special Housing Unit for disciplinary reasons some activities are suspended. The inmate will be eligible for visitation on the 7th day after he was received in the Special Housing Unit.
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