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Carlisle County Jail

Carlisle County Jail, KY Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

Updated on: August 27, 2021
State
Kentucky
Type
County Jail
Location
40 Tank Street, Bardwell, KY, 42023
County
Carlisle County
City
Bardwell
Postal Code
42023
Phone Number
270-628-3724, 270-628-3377
Official Website
http://www.carlislecounty.ky.gov/elected/

Carlisle County Sheriffs Office

Address
985 U.s. 62, Bardwell, Kentucky, 42023
Phone
270-628-3377

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About Carlisle County Jail

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The Carlisle County Jail is settled in Bardwell, Kentucky. The Carlisle County Jail is the law implementation office answerable for the everyday activity of the Carlisle County Jail.

The Carlisle County Jail is a medium-security facility. The facility houses both grown-up male and grown-up female detainees. These detainees commonly are either sitting tight for their preliminary, experiencing their preliminary, or holding back to be condemned. Be that as it may, there are a bunch of prisoners who have just been condemned. At the point when a detainee is condemned, and they remain in the Carlisle County Jail will convey a sentence of two years or less.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

Detainees love accepting letters from their loved ones. You can send a detainee in the Carlisle County Jail a letter.

You should remember that all letters will be completely looked before being given to the prisoner.

You should likewise put your arrival address on each bit of mail that you send to a prisoner in the Carlisle County Jail.

Sending Money

Prisoners in the Carlisle County Jail will require assets to buy things from the store. To convey assets to a prisoner, you can bring a cash request legitimately down to the Carlisle County Jail anteroom.

You should guarantee on the cash request you have the prisoners complete name on it too.

The staff part will gather the cash request from you and the assets will be stored into the prisoners account inside one to three days.

On the off chance that you don't live near the Carlisle County Jail, you can generally send the cash request via the post office.

Phone calls

On the off chance that you are having withdrawals from not conversing with a prisoner, you will proceed with the cat-and-mouse game. Detainees can't get calls as well as messages from their friends and family back home.

You will be required to trust that the detainee will get in touch with you. Prisoners will have utilization of the telephone every day if they show great conduct and the facility isn't in lockdown.

All calls originating from the Carlisle County Jail will be gather calls. To guarantee you will get these gather calls, you should have a landline.

Visitation

Appearance at the Carlisle County Jail is held Monday through Friday between the long stretches of 9 am to 6 pm.

All visits will be no-contact visits. You and your guest gathering won't be allowed to contact the detainees. The detainee will be on the contrary side of a glass segment.

To visit a prisoner, you should show your officially sanctioned distinguishing proof card, for example, a driver's permit. Adolescents younger than 16 will consistently be required to be joined by a grown-up. They won't be allowed to visit a prisoner alone.




Monday
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM

Saturday
7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Sunday
7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

Location
40 Tank Street, Bardwell, KY, 42023
Phone Number
270-628-3724, 270-628-3377

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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