Thursday, July 31, 2014
     

Jail Information

The mission of the Marshall County Jail is to provide location suitable for the control, care, and safety for those persons who are being detained or confined in accordance with the law.

Commissary Information: Persons in the Marshall County Jail can purchase food, personal hygiene and other items, weekly ( including holidays) from the jail's commissary. Money is deposited to an  inmate's account and, in turn, inmates may purchase commissary items drawing on the funds in their account. Inmates on restriction status may purchase only personal hygiene items. The purchase of commissary items by incarcerated persons is a privilege and not a right. Access to the commissary may be withheld for just cause.

Persons may make deposits to an inmate's commissary account in two different ways:

  1. In person with cash only: Cash Deposits are at the Sheriff's Office inside the north entrance of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office at 107 South 13th Street, Marysville, Kansas.
    Deposits can be made from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday- excluding county holidays. The minimum deposit accepted is $5.00 and the maximum is $100.00.
  2. Via the U.S. Mail with money orders: Deposits are be made to commissary accounts via the U.S. Mail but only Postal Prepaid Money Orders, other accredited prepaid money orders and U.S. government checks are accepted. Cash, personal or payroll checks and credit cards numbers are not accepted. All money orders received for deposit on inmate accounts must be made payable to Marshall County Inmate Account. The inmate's name, must be on the money order and be the one that the inmate used when they were processed into the jail. Money orders without the necessary information will be returned to the sender.

Please use this address format when sending money orders to the jail:

Inmates Name
C/O Marshall County Jail
107 South 13th Street
Marysville, Kansas  66508

Visitation:  Inmates of the Marshall County Jail are allowed to have visits while being incarcerated at the jail, except when an inmate is restricted from doing so. Failure to follow the visitation rules will result in the cancellation of a visit and possible suspension of the visitor or inmate from future visiting privileges. It is the inmate's responsibility to comply with all rules and to inform their visitors of these rules, so that a scheduled visit is successfully completed.

Visitation Schedule:

Thursdays from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.  Please sign in when you arrive.
Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 pm .  Please sign in when you arrive.

Inmates will be brought in from the jail one at a time on visitation day. Time allotted for each visit depends on the number of persons signing in to see inmates. If time permits for a second visitation, then it will be permitted.  Only two visitors will be allowed at one time. Any additional persons must wait in the waiting area if room permits. All others must remain outside the office.  All persons under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by their legal guardian. All visitors must be properly dressed. No revealing clothing.  Any Sheriff’s Office personnel can, at their discretion ,refuse visitation if someone is not dressed appropriately.  Visitors may only visit once a week.

IMPORTANT: The Sheriff or his designated representative, may cancel any visitation or remove any visitor who violates a jail rule, or any person who, in their opinion, poses a threat to the Jail security or to another inmate, visitor or staff member.

Mail:  Persons in the Marshall County Jail can received mail during the time they are incarcerated. All mail is delivered in person, as it is received, to those for whom it is addressed and is distributed Monday through Saturday. No delivery is made on Sundays or holidays.  All mail (with the exception of "legal mail") is opened and inspected for contraband and security breaches according to federal guidelines. Mail pertaining to legal matters is opened in the

presence of the inmate to whom it is addressed. Any threats or illegal contraband received via the mail will be forwarded to the appropriate authorities for investigation and legal action.  All mail must have a complete return address and be addressed with the inmates full name and the address of the Marshall County Jail.

Inmates Name

C//O Marshall County Jail
107 South 13th Street
Marysville, Kansas  66508

Mail received at the Jail which does not display the correct information may be placed in the inmates property or be returned to the sender. Mail received for inmates who are no longer at the Marshall County Jail is returned to the sender.

As a general rule, inmates are allowed to receive letters, cards, post cards and 3x5 or 4x6 photographs. The Marshall County Jail reserves the right to return to the sender any letter, picture, article, or package (with the exception of 'legal' mail) which the Jail guidelines deem inappropriate for introduction into the facility. Items mailed to the inmates which are declared unacceptable, will be placed in the inmates property or returned to the sender as they are received.

Any questions can be referred to: 

Marshall County Jail
107 South 13th Street
Marysville, Kansas 66508

Phone:  785-562-3141
Clerk of the District Court:  785-562-5301
Marshall County Attorney:  785-562-3491