MDOC - Holmes-Humphreys County Correctional Facility (HCCF)

Regional Facility

Last Updated: May 24, 2024
23234 Hwy 12 East, Lexington, MS 39095

NCCF is for Regional Facility offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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You can support your loved ones at NCCF on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 662-834-5016.

NCCF is a regional detention center operated jointly by the Mississippi Department of Corrections and local law enforcement from multiple surrounding counties, including the Holmes County Sheriff.

The detention center houses inmates convicted and sentenced within the Mississippi region, classified according to their custody level. The facility offers a comprehensive array of educational and vocational programs designed to equip inmates with the skills necessary for successful reintegration into society, thereby aiming to reduce recidivism rates. New detainees arrive at the jail regularly, with some being released on bail, placed under pretrial services caseloads, supervised by probation agencies, or released on recognizance with a court appearance agreement. Those who are not released await their court appearances at the jail, receiving accommodations including bedding and meals. You can see all the arrest records for Mississippi here.

New detainees are regularly admitted to NCCF, with some being released on bail or placed under pretrial services caseloads. Others await their court appearances at the facility, where they receive necessary accommodations such as bedding and meals. For those interested, all arrest records can be viewed online.

After processing, inmates are assigned to a housing area based on their classification. Appeals to classification must be submitted in writing within ten days, detailing any perceived inaccuracies. A written response will follow. Classifications are reviewed periodically, taking into account changes in charges or behavior. Compliance with jail rules typically results in a lower classification and more privileges, while rule violations or additional charges lead to a higher classification and fewer privileges. Notices are issued for reclassification, and appeals follow the same procedure as initial classifications.

Inmates serving as trustees within the jail undertake various tasks, including cooking, laundry, and commissary management. These inmates often receive minimal compensation or sentence reduction for their services. Books and magazines ordered for inmates must come directly from the publisher to ensure they are new, untampered, and comply with the facility's regulations. This policy helps prevent the introduction of contraband or prohibited materials. Any books or magazines not received directly from the publisher will be rejected.

Inmate workers are chosen based on their conduct and cooperation with staff. Participation in the community service program can reduce sentences by one day for every 24 hours of work. Inmate workers receive double feeding trays and two mattresses. Commissary is available weekly, with orders submitted via kiosk two days in advance. On holidays, orders may be doubled. Indigent inmates must miss two commissary days to receive a weekly indigent pack containing basic hygiene items, and indigent mail is stamped only for the Attorney of Record or the Court. Upon receiving commissary items, inmates must present their ID, check their order, and sign for it in the presence of the commissary employee.

The detention center offers a phone program for outbound calls only, with inmates unable to receive incoming calls. Accepting collect calls can be expensive, sometimes exceeding $10 per call. Alternatively, setting up an account through a third-party phone company may entail high fees per minute of usage. Discounts on inmate calls are available for those who communicate frequently with their inmate. It's important to remember that all phone calls are recorded, and discussing sensitive legal matters over these lines is discouraged.

Inmate Locator

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