LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Work release—Sunday 4:00pm---5:00pm.
Cell Block B,C&D —Saturday 1:00pm---3:00pm.
Cell Block A & Holding Cells --- Sunday 1:00pm---2:00pm.
Cell Block E---- Sunday 2:00pm---3:00pm
NO ITEMS ALLOWED TO BE BROUGHT TO AN INMATE:
A bond can be made one of three ways:
1. Cash Bond-Pay the total amount of the bond at the clerk’s office, inside the courthouse. Bring a copy of the receipt to the jail.
2. Property Bond-Obtain a property assessment printout from the Revenue Commissioners office, inside the courthouse. Bring the property assessment printout to the jail for review. Property must be valued at the total amount of the bond or greater than the total amount of the bond. More than one property assessment can be used to make a bond, in which case the property values will be added together. All people listed on the property assessment must be present to sign the bond.
3. Bail Bondsman-The bonding company must be licensed in Lawrence County. Bonding agencies licensed in Lawrence County: #1 Bail Bonding, 4-A Bail Bonds Inc., Three (3) Sisters, American Bail Bonding.
ALL bonds also require a $35.00 bond-filing fee in the form of a money order. The money order should be made out to the Lawrence County Circuit Clerk / or if Arrested by a Municipality (example) Moulton Municipal Court . This should be given to an officer in the jail during the bonding out process. (Neither cash nor personal checks will be accepted).
For questions concerning bonds, contact the jail at 256-974-2550.
INMATE MAIL & RESTRICTIONS:
Inmate mail must be addressed as follows:
242 Parker Road Moulton, AL 35650
Also, make sure inmate mail includes the sender's name and return address. We do not forward inmate mail to other facilities should they receive something after being transfered. Any inmate mail received without the sender's information may be destroyed.
REJECTION OF INMATE MAIL
MAIL WILL BE REJECTED IF IT IS DETERMINED TO BE DETRIMENTAL TO SECURITY, ORDER, OR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF THE INMATE. BELOW IS A LIST OF ITEMS THAT IF RECEIVED IN INMATE MAIL WILL RESULT IN REJECTION.
* DO NOT SEND THIRD PARTY LETTERS: INMATES MAY NOT FORWARD LETTERS TO OTHER INMATES CONFINED AT THIS FACILITY OR OTHER PENAL INSTITUTIONS
* DO NOT SEND PERSONAL CHECKS OR CASH
* DO NOT SEND BLANK PAPER OR ENVELOPES
* DO NOT SEND PADDED OR BUBBLED ENVELOPES
* DO NOT PUT PERFUME, POWDER, OR COLOGNE ON LETTERS
* DO NOT SEND MAIL CONTAINING BODY FLUIDS OR HAIR
* DO NOT KISS INMATE CORRESPONDENCE
* DO NOT SEND LETTERS OR CARDS WITH GLUE, TAPE, GLITTER, STICKERS OR LABELS
* DO NOT SEND LETTERS THAT ARE STAINED OR EXTREMELY DIRTY
* DO NOT SEND FOOD ITEMS, GUM, OR FOOD LABELS/WRAPPERS
* DO NOT SEND NUDE, PARTIALLY NUDE, OR OTHER OBSCENE PHOTOS OR DRAWINGS
* DO NOT SEND ANYTHING DEPICTING VIOLENCE, SEX OR GANG AFFILIATION
Kimbles SERVICES-INMATE COMMISSARY:
Kimbles Services provides inmate commissary. An account is set up for each inmate after they are booked into the Lawrence County Detention Center. The inmate is issued a commissary number. Money can be added to the inmate’s commissary,by using the commissary kiosk machine located in the lobby of the jail. A list of inmates and their commissary numbers is posted on the side of the commissary kiosk machine. If you do not find the name of the inmate in which you want to leave money for, you can obtain the commissary number from the Sheriff’s Office. The commissary kiosk is a touch screen machine. When using the kiosk machine, you should enter either the inmate’s commissary number or their name and date of birth. When ordering commissary, inmates have the option to order snacks, drinks, personal hygiene items, stationary items including stamped envelopes and some clothing items. Inmates place commissary orders by phone from their cell block. They receive their orders on Wednesday.
CPC -Inmate Phone Services: