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Warren County Regional Jail

Warren County Jail serves its community by providing a safe and well-maintained atmosphere while also providing for the care and custody of people who are incarcerated. They do their best to be firm, fair, and consistent with people who are housed in their facility while complying with Federal and State regulations.

Warren County Jail population

The Warren County Jail consists of a total of 280 general population beds. Minimum, medium and maximum security cells for male and female inmates are included in this count. Several housing areas for administrative, disciplinary and medical segregation exist within the facility. Staff on the premises include kitchen, medical and mental health staff. Pre-trial inmates awaiting sentencing and those who are sentenced to jail are both incarcerated in the facility.

Chain of Command

From the beginning of English and Scottish law, the Sheriff’s office was looked at as the center of the local administration of justice. It is interesting to note that the Office of the Sheriff is more than 1,000 years old.

The word Sheriff comes from the words “shire” and “reeve”. The Shire was the equivalent of a county and Reeve was used to refer to an administrative office. The first office title was those two words put together, “Shire-Reeve”. As time went on, the word got shortened to what is used today, “Sheriff”.

The Sheriff in command of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office is Sheriff Larry L. Sims. He was elected in 2009 and is still serving today. There are records of Sheriffs serving all the way back to the 1800s with records starting at Sheriff George Harlan who served from 1803-1805.

Sheriff Larry L. Sims is assisted by Chief Deputy Barry Riley and Operations Commander Major Brian S. Tinch.

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Visitation

Visitation is on Wednesday and Saturday and is only possible by appointment. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, you can call 270-843-4606 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments have to be made the day before the requested visit day.

 

Warren County Jail Mail

All mail is subject to be inspected by a detention deputy for contraband or anything which can be used to affect the safety and security of the jail. In the case of legal mail, it will be inspected in the presence of the receiving inmate.

Letters from attorneys, court and other public officials will not be read by detention deputies.

Mail which has any of the following will be refused.

  • Drawings, signs, symbols are not allowed on outgoing envelopes.
  • All incoming mail without the sender’s name and return address will be refused. Nicknames and initials for the sender are not allowed.
  • Laminated mail will be refused.

Warren County Jail Telephone

Inmates who are newly admitted shall be allowed a fair amount of collect calls or long distance collect calls to an attorney or family member within a reasonable time after booking. Three-way calls can be disconnected. Calls might be monitored/recorded at any time. Every inmate is allowed to complete at least one telephone call a week.

Warren County Regional Jail

Warren County Jail Contact Information

If you’d like to contact Warren County Jail, you can dial inmate solutions at  1-888-506-8407.  The Sheriff’s Office can be contacted by dialing  513-695-1287.

If you’d like to send a mail, you can do so by addressing the mail to this address.

    Warren County Jail

    C/O Inmate's Name

    P.O. Box 309

    Lebanon, Ohio 45036

You can send money to inmates in the following ways.

  1. You can send money through the Kiosk which you will find in the jail lobby. It is available 24 hours a day for deposits. The Kiosk accepts cash and credit cards.
  2. You can dial this number. 1-866-345-1884.
  3. You can also send money by going to this website. (www.inmatedeposits.com)

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