For a bunch of reasons, you may be looking for an inmate who is housed in Vanderburgh County. Sure, in searching for inmate information, you can utilize the ‘Inmate Lookup’ feature on ‘Area Menu’ that you can access here.
How to Find an Inmate with Inmate Lookup Feature?
Vanderburgh County seems to understand what the people need in case of finding inmate information. Yeah… The ‘Inmate Lookup’ seemingly becomes something that makes it easier for people to find an intimate. However, the people can easily find inmate information by entering an inmate’s last name, gender and age.
By entering them on the Inmate Lookup, Vanderburgh County will automatically show the result based on the keyword that you input. So, you will easily get the information that you need about an inmate with the ‘Inmate Lookup’ feature provided by Vanderburgh County.
In the Vanderburgh County, there are a total of 635 inmates housed. Certainly, it’s such a hard way for you if you are looking for an inmate manually, that’s a waste of time. So, if you are in business looking for the inmate housed in Vanderburgh County, the ‘Inmate Lookup’ feature is the best option. Find an inmate/ loved ones now!
Procedure of Placing a Bond for an Inmate
To place a bond in the Vanderburgh County for an inmate, it takes at least one hour or longer to obtain an inmate from the location of an arrest through the completion of the booking process.
Well, the jail won’t have any information on the person, until the booking is fully completed. So, the person should wait at least one hour before calling the jail to check on charges and bond information.
In this case, bonds should be posted at the Clerk’s offices at the Vanderburgh County Courthouse on Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. After normal business hours, the sheriff’s office will conduct after-hour bonding on behalf of the County Clerk’s Office on Monday through Friday between 4:30 PM and 2:00 AM and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 AM.
Then, the person who posts the bond should have a state issued photo ID and the exact amount of the bond in cash or credit card. Sure, the credit card which is used should belong to the person who posts the bond. There’s a non-refundable convenience charge on payments which are made with credit cards, based on the amount of the bond.
To post a surety bond, the person should contact a bail bondsman of their choice. In this case, the bonds which are specified as cash only can’t be posted with a surety bond. So, the person should verify the bond type when verifying the bond amount.
Procedure of bonding out an inmate out of County
The Vanderburgh County Jail will accept bonds for an inmate which is housed in surrounding counties within the State of Indiana, who have active misdemeanor warrants where a bond has been set by the Vanderburgh County courts.
Then, if an inmate is held on local charges from the housing jurisdiction or other warrants from other jurisdictions, it will be the decision of the respective agencies to set bonds or/and releases.
Sure, this facility will only accept bonds for local Vanderburgh County warrants and only Monday through Friday between 4:30 PM and 2:00 AM and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 AM.
How to Communicate with An Inmate Housed in Vanderburgh County?
To communicate with an inmate imprisoned at Vanderburgh County, you can send mail to your loved ones. Certainly, the inmate can send and receive the letters from outside of the jail. So, if you want to send an email to your loved ones at Vanderburgh County, send an email address to:
Vanderburgh County Detention Center
C/O “Inmate Name”
3500 North Harlan Ave
Evansville, In 47711
It’s important to note, the homemade cards will not be accepted. Of course, they cannot accept anything with a marker or crayon. Instead, the store bought cards will be acceptable provided that they do not have glitter or any electronic music inserts.
Most standard envelope sizes will be accepted up to 8 ½ x 11. For the care packages, those are not allowed. The photographs 5” x 7” or under will be accepted. Sure, no nudity is allowed as well as the clippings from the magazines and newspapers are not allowed.
The self-addressed envelopes will not be allowed. Sure, inmates should purchase pre-stamp envelopes from the commissary. If the inmate is indigent, sure the stamped envelopes are provided.
Moreover, the inmates are not allowed to receive books, newspapers, magazines or puzzle books. Vanderburgh County also provides the library services for inmates. For the puzzle books, they are available on commissary for purchase.
Additionally, money orders, checks or cash should not be mailed to an inmate. Alternatively, the money can be deposited to an inmate’s commissary account via the KIOSK system which is located in the jail lobby which is available 24 hours a day, you can also visit www.mycarepack.com, or make a call to 1-866-394-0490.
Well, if an inmate does receive an unacceptable item regulated by Vanderburgh County, the item will be put into the inmate’s property rack. An inmate will then receive a form advising them of such.
Is It Possible to Phone an Inmate Housed in Vanderburgh County?
Sure, an inmate’s family and friends are allowed to make a call to the inmate. However, the inmate telephone system is not owned or operated by the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office. Instead, the Combined Public Communications (CPC) is currently contracted in providing an inmate telephone service.
All telephone calls are subject to recording and monitoring. Additionally, the phone time can be purchased in person using the CPC kiosk at the entrance of the jail. To purchase the phone time, there are three options to choose, they are:
- In person at Vanderburgh County Jail
- Making a call to 1-877-998-5678
- Visit www.InmateSales.com
To purchase the phone times, there are two paymethods, they are with Pin Debit and Prepaid.