In Plymouth, Indiana is where you will be able to find the Marshall County Jail.
Ever since the early 1800's the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the Marshall County Jail.
Most of the inmates that are held in the Marshall County Jail reside in the county. The inmates in the Marshall County Jail serve no more than a 2-year sentence. Sentenced inmates, inmates awaiting trial, and inmates awaiting sentencing are held in the Marshall County Jail.
|Facility Name:||Marshall County Jail|
|Facility Type:||County Jail|
|Address:||210 West Madison Street PO Box 398, Plymouth, IN, 46563|
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the Marshall County Jail. Keeping and maintaining an up to date database of all current inmates is a big responsibility. That is what the Marshall County Jail does.
The Marshall County Jail has its roster with their current arrests open to the general public by the Marshall County Sheriff's Department. This database can be found on the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department official website.
The Marshall County Jail roster can be searched by the information listed below:
You will see the information listed below When you do a successful inmate search:
The inmate’s mugshots will not be posted in this database.
The Marshall County Jail inmates are allowed to get written letters in the mail from their family and friends. All letters that are sent to the jail are checked by the jail employees before they are handed out to the inmates.
There are a number of items that you are not allowed to send in the mail along with your written letters. Items not permitted to be sent to the jail are listed below:
• Gang Related Material
• Lipstick/Lip Gloss/Chapstick
• Writing paper
• Music Cards
• No photographs larger than 5x7”
Inmates in the Marshall County Jail are allowed to get books, newspaper and magazines sent to them. All books, newspaper and magazines will need to be sent straight from the publisher or the bookstore to the jail. You are allowed to have these items sent from Amazon. All books that are sent to the jail will need to be new and paperback. All used and hardcover books are not allowed. All used and hardcover books that are sent, will get sent back to the sender.
The inmate's mailing address in the Marshall County Jail is:
Inmates Full Name and ID Number
Marshall County Jail
210 West Madison Street PO Box 398, Plymouth, IN, 46563
In order for an inmate to make purchases at the commissary, they will need their account funded. If you would like to fund an inmate's account you can send a money order in the mail. Only Postal Money Orders and Western Union Money Orders are accepted. You can send these money orders using the address listed below:
Marshall County Jail
l210 West Madison Street PO Box 398, Plymouth, IN, 46563
Make sure the money orders are payable to the inmate you are funding.
There is a Kiosk in the jail lobby that you can use to transfer funds into an inmate's account. Cash, credit, or debit card payments can be used at the kiosk. However, there is a charge to use this service.
For the phone service the Marshall County Jail uses Securus Technologies. You will need to create an account by logging on to the Securus Technologies official website. You can see the charges and the options for depositing funds into the inmate’s phone account over there.
The Marshall County Jail inmates are allowed to only make collect phone calls. You will only be able to receive a collect call from an inmate from a landline phone. However, you will not be able to receive any collect calls from a mobile phone. The individual receiving the collect call is the one responsible for and all fees associated with the collect calls. The Marshall County Jail is not accountable for any and all charges associated with the collect calls.
The inmates are limited to 15-minute phone calls. The call will get terminated as soon as the 15-minutes is over. Calling features such as three-way calling and call forwarding are forbidden for the inmates to use. If an inmate is caught using any of these features the call will get disconnected and disciplinary action will be taken up against the inmate.
All calls will be monitored and/or recorded.
The Marshall County Jail inmates do not have a way to get onto the internet. The inmates do not have a way to keep in touch with friends and family using any electronic messaging systems. You will need to send them a written letter to the address listed above if you would like to keep in touch with an inmate in the Marshall County Jail.
The Marshall County Jail inmates are allowed to get visitors. The Marshall County Jail views visitations as a privilege and not a right. The visitation schedule is not given by the jail. In order to see if an inmate can have visitations, you will need to check the database.
The inmate will need to let their visitors know their visitation schedule.
Minors must be with their legal guardian. Minors are not to be left in the lobby while their legal guardian visits without them.
Make sure you leave all your personal belongings in your vehicle. Any personal belongings are not allowed in the visitation area. Only your picture ID and your car keys are permitted in the visitation area. You will need to present your driver’s license, United States Passport, or your state identification card before you are allowed in the visitation area.
Make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes before your visitation. Every visit will only last 30 minutes at the most.
|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|
The visiting starts in first in, first out type of fashion. No new visitors will be allowed in 45 minutes before the end of the visit day. 45 minutes before the end of the visit day officers start escorting those who were first in out of the visitor room.
Inmates in the Marshall County Jail are allowed visitations if they are in good standing. You will need to get the times and dates you are allowed to come from an inmate.