Nueces County Jail

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The Nueces County Jail is operated by the Nueces County Sheriff’s Office and is made up of two (2) locations–the main Nueces County Jail and the McKenzie Annex.

Nuces County JailWhere Are The Jails Located:

The Main Nueces County Jail is located at 901 Leopard Street, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401.

The McKenzie Annex is located at 745 North Padre Island Drive, Corpus Christi, Texas 78406.

How Can I Locate An Inmate:

You can call 361-887-2300 to obtain inmate information from the main Nueces County Jail or 361-289-4200 to obtain inmate information from the McKenzie Annex.

When Can I Visit An Inmate And What Are The Requirements:

Inmates are allowed visitors on Saturday and Sunday at both the main jail and the annex. Visitation times vary and are determined by either the inmate’s last name or the level of security at which they are held. Please read the visitation hours carefully and call before to make sure the inmate is allowed visitors. The visiting times are as follows:

  • Saturday
    • Maximum Security                         9:30AM to 10:30AM
    • A – L                                                  11AM to 12:30AM
    • M – Z                                                 1PM to 2:30PM
    • Units 4D, 5D, 5E, 5G, 5H and 5J   3:30PM to 4:30PM
  • Sunday
    • Maximum Security                         9:30AM to 10:30AM
    • M – Z                                                 11AM to 12:30AM
    • A – L                                                  1PM to 2:30PM
    • Units 4D, 5D, 5E, 5G, 5H and 5J   3:30PM to 4:30PM

Children under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult.

All visitors must have a valid picture identification card and must be listed on the inmates visitation list to be admitted.  Individuals who have been incarcerated in the Nueces County Jail will not be admitted.

Defense Criminal Lawyer Best TexasWhat Is The Mail Policy At The Jail:

You can send letters and cards to an inmate to the following address:

Inmates Full Name and Nueces SID #
P.O. Box 1529
Corpus Christi, Texas 78403-1529
(If you do not have the inmate’s SID # use their date of birth.)

What Is The Commissary Policy:

You can send money to an inmate in 4 ways.

1. You can deposit money in one of the 2 commissary kiosks located at the main jail and the McKenzie Annex. The kiosks will take cash and credit cards but there are fee’s associated with using the machines.  Click here for a list of fees.

2. By calling 1-866-345-1884 and making a telephone deposit using a Visa or Mastercard credit/debit card. A service fee will be applied to deposits made by phone. Click here for a list of fees.

3. By visiting www.accesscorrections.com and creating an online account. A service fee will apply.  Click here for a list of fees.

4. By mailing a money order or cashier’s check to the inmate. All money orders and cashier’s checks should be made payable to the order of Inmate Trust Fund, c/o Inmate’s Name and Nueces SID Number and Date of Birth and should be mailed to the following address:

Nueces County Inmate Trust Fund
c/o Inmate’s Name, SID # & Date of Birth
P.O. Box 1941
Corpus Christi, Texas 78403

Please note that personal checks will NOT be accepted.

What Is The Website:

You can access the Nueces County Jail website here.

9 comments on “Nueces County Jail
  1. Bev says:

    My 78 year old mother called to get information on how things work so she knew what could be brought to my son if anything. The woman on the phone was very rude to her and hung up on her twice. My mother is a very sweet lady. The people running the McKenzie Annex are disgraceful. If this is how they treat outsiders, imagine how your loved ones are being treated inside. Also, apparently the sixth amendment means something different to me than what it does to the officials in Texas. I plan to contact some government officials by the time everything is said and done and if you haven’t done your research, you should too. You can sit in jail for 90 days without any form of trial. No chance to prove your innocence. Think about what you would lose after 90 days.

  2. Johnny says:

    I can’t see if my son can have visits.can you help?

  3. Mildred Trujillo says:

    My husband was pulled over for having a headlight out and subsequently was arrested on a misdemeano charge of possesion of Marijuana. He imformed the medi on duty of his diabetes, high blood pressure as well as the fact that he is on 10 medications. He spent 19 hrs in jail and was never given any medications, they did not even read his sugar levels. They could have killed him!!!

  4. Michael Ortega says:

    I was arrested on April 30th 2015 at around 1:30PM. They didn’t give me any food until the following morning. I asked every day if I could shower and they denied me a shower every day the entire five days I was in their custody. Officers are the following: Borden, Zapata, Alaniz. My bond was posted Saturday about 4:00PM and I was told that I would not be released until I was signed out by a Pre-Trial officer. That however was not the case for my situation and I was released on Tuesday at 1:30AM without needing to see a Pre-Trial officer or signing any paperwork agreeing to terms of release – well over 72 hours after my bond had been posted. Five days in their custody and no hot meals, no water and no explanation or straight answer as to what was going on.

  5. Julia Young says:

    I was arrested once last year for attemping to get prenatal care and arrested another time one week ago for attempting to get prenatal care. In 2014, the worker last name Navarro POST DATED my arrest information to 2015. This time, I was treated just as infairly. These people wear the BADGE OF THE SHERRIFF’S department but DO NOT FOLLOW RULES AT ALL.

    i was sexually and verbally abused at the jail.

    THESE PEOPLE ARE NOT SHERRIFFS. THEY WORK AT THE SHERRIFFS DEPARTMENT.

    WOMEN: NAVARRO; BORDEN; MORENO.

    THEY ALL NEED TO BE FIRED AS THEY HARRASS AND MAKE DECISIONS FOR A FULLY GROWN ADULT (MYSELF…I AM 34, PREGNANT WITH MY FIRST CHILD, HAD A POSITIVE PREGNANCY TEST AT THE JAIL IN 2014 AND HAVE SUBSEQUENTLY HAD SO MANY MORE HEALTH PROBLEMS AS A RESULT OF THESE PEOPLE).

  6. nicole says:

    How are visitations at annex. Is it through glass?

  7. Defiant says:

    I was verbally threatened with sexual assault, then physically I was sexually assaulted at the Nueces County Jail on leopard on September 4, 2008 by a female nueces county sheriffs officer/jailer named Shelly Amaya. She was subsequently fired but this facility is a place u never want to be.

  8. Sharon Lee says:

    I had my brother’s actual birth date, but could not confirm he was in Nueces County jail. He knew his birth date was entered incorrectly and was told it didn’t make any difference! The difference was that we could not confirm he was there until he was allowed to contact us, could not deposit commissary funds until we got his SIDPERS number.

  9. don says:

    Why is there no way to enter name birthdate to see if person or persons are incarcerated in your facility. Use Harris country jail as example. Then you don’t have to disrupt correction officers real duties. Just saying no offense intended. Thank you and if there is a way to check sorry I didn’t find it.please include the search sites name if there is one thank you.

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