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The Martinsville Jail is run by the local police departments where arrestees may be detained for short periods similar to the Martinsville City County Jail (which is run by the county sheriff). The security is tight, classified "medium" as the building is also the operations center for the PD. The jail is located at 55 West Church St, Martinsville and inmates may be visited during posted hours. Visitation is often non-contact through protective glass, call 276-403-5152 for days and times.
Many inmate detainees are delivered daily on minor misdemeanor charges like being drunk or high, or with injuries from fights or assaults that led to their arrest. Some are mentally ill with no other place for the local police to place them. Some may stay less than one day or a few days until they are released in a court proceeding after putting up bail or on their own recognizance promising to return for their court dates.
This city jail is designed in "pods" with a large common area where the tables are affixed to the floor along with attached seats. There are individual cells usually on two levels. Most of the time all inmates must remain in their cells, but, there are times the inmates are allowed in the pod playing games, eating or watching television. The inmates do not leave the pod unless they are going to the commissary, the library or the recreation area, under the supervision of guards.