The Mansfield Jail was built in 1990. We currently provide jail service to:
***Effective immediately, visitation is temporarily suspended until further notice in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is a precautionary measure to protect staff, inmates, volunteers and visitors from potential exposure to the coronavirus.***
***Attorneys will have access to their clients through the visitation phones in the jail lobby. The visitation area will be sanitized upon completion of each visit.***
Visitation is a privilege and may be terminated at any time. Visitors must produce a valid form of identification. This can be a Driver’s License, State Identification, Passport, etc. Visitors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult. The inmate may have up to three individuals in the visitation booth area at a time.
Visitors must be fully dressed and behave in a professional and orderly manner. See through, revealing and provocative clothing is not allowed. Dressing inappropriately will cause the termination or refusal of the visit with the inmate. All visitation booths are monitored and recorded with audio and video surveillance equipment. No cell phones are allowed in visitation.