The Jacksonville TX Police Jail is classed as police department station jail, located in Jacksonville, TX. The security for this police station jail is classified as medium to low as the intake for prisoners are in the actual police department here. The entire police force operates in the building where the cells are located, security is high. The building is solid concrete with zero access to other rooms in the facility. Any offender movements are strictly supervised while handcuffed and shackled. The periods of time are very short-term in this jail - usually less than 72 hours. The offender that is to be incarcerated for a longer period of time will be transferred to the nearest county jail. This is a police jail for housing inmates immediately after their arrest. Inmates are only held here temporarily and are provided with meals and access to bathroom facilities. There are no movements outside the general cell, there are limited seats and beds so sometimes inmates actual sit/sleep on the floor. Use the inmate search feature to find an inmate here. The police department does not have enough cell-space to keep offenders beyond 72-hours. If they are to remain incarcerated, it will be most likely to the Cherokee sheriff's nearby facility.