Denton County Jail
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How Do You Locate An Inmate at Denton County Jail?:
For Denton County Jail, the easiest way to locate an inmate is by the online Denton Records Search tool here or over the telephone at 940-349-1700.
You may also contact the front desk at 127 Woodrow Ln., Denton TX.
Where Is The Denton County Jail Located:
The Denton County Jail is located at 127 Woodrow Ln., Denton, TX and can be reached by telephone at 940-349-1700.
What Time Is The Jail Open:
The Denton County Jail is open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
When Are Prisoners Arraigned:
Prisoners are generally arraigned in the morning hours upon arriving.
When Are Visiting Hours Denton County Jail? What are the Rules and Policies for visitation at Denton County Jail?
Video Visitation Information
Two On-Site Free Visits per inmate per week.
We also offer Paid at Home Visits
To visit from home, you will need:
Email Address, Driver’s License, PC/Laptop, Internet Access, Web Camera
Home Video Visits $5.95 Special Pricing for 30 minutes
Visitation Video Visits is located at
1406 Troy H Lagrone
Denton, TX 76205
(Barracks area behind the Tower Jail)
Closed on Mondays and Thursdays
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8:15 A.M. – 7:15 P.M. (Subject to change)
Visitors must arrive no sooner than 15 minutes prior to your appointment. No more than two adults can visit an inmate at one time under normal circumstances. Visits could be interrupted at any time in case of an emergency.
Attorneys and other official visitors may visit at any time. Inmates may refuse to see any visitor. A visitor may visit an unlimited number of times on the visitation day and times designated, but may visit only once with the same inmate.
Under usual circumstances, the only contact visits allowed are attorney visits, which are limited to the booths that allow the passing of documents. NO PHYSICAL CONTACT IS ALLOWED!
Jail Visitation Rules
All visitors, 17 years of age and older, must present a valid photo identification to the Visitation Officer. Examples are driver’s license, state-issued identification card, passport, or military identification. Any other identification must be approved by the Jail Shift Supervisor. A photo identification is required.
All visitors are required to give their full name, date of birth, and address prior to visiting an inmate.
- Persons under 17 years of age are not allowed to visit inmates unless accompanied by an adult.
- Inmate visits are limited to two 20 minutes visits per day.
- No personal items, food items or containers will be allowed beyond the entrance hallway. Lockers are provided in some locations.
- Visitors are required to pass through a metal detector and may be subject to physical searches.
- Visitors cannot give any items directly to inmates.
- Visitors’ clothing will be conservative in nature.
- Home Visit Rules
- On-Site Visitation Rules
Attorney Visits may be conducted at the jail facilities face to face or they may be conducted off site through Video Visitation.
Rules for Off-Site Attorney/Client Video Visitation
- Participation in video visitation is a privilege, not a right.
- Official attorney visits are not recorded and the conversations are not monitored.
- Attorneys may allow others (e.g., private investigators or aides) to visit on their behalf, using the attorney’s Securus account.
- Attorney Visits are solely for confidential and privileged information.
- Denton County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to deny, cancel or terminate a video visit prior to or during a video session based on attorney or inmate misconduct.
- A visitation is a voluntary event; the Denton County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) will not compel an inmate to participate in a visit
Scheduling & Availability:
- Attorney/Client video visitation is available in all housing areas.
- All attorney visits must be scheduled at least six (6) hours in advance. Visits should not be scheduled to occur more than seven (7) days in the future.
- Video visits are scheduled in 20-minute blocks, and a scheduled attorney visit may not exceed 40 minutes per inmate daily.
- Attorney Video Visitation Hours: Daily – 7:30 am to 9:30 pm
At the time of registration, an attorney must be prepared to provide the following information:
- Attorney’s Bar Card
- Attorney’s official picture ID (i.e., driver’s license)
- Attorney’s home or business address
- Attorney’s telephone contact number
- Attorney’s e-mail address
All Visitors who wish to visit inmates in the Pre Trial Jail for Pods 15-18 (East End) are required to process at the West Side Pod Visitor Entrance at the Pre
What Do I Need To Visit An Inmate:
Visitors will be asked to present a valid form of photo identification.
What Items Can I Bring To A Prisoner:
Visitors are not allowed to bring any items for prisoners. Lockers may be provided to store any items beyond a certain point.
Where Do I Go To Visit An Inmate:
At the Denton County Jail, there are 6 different locations to enter for visitation. Click here to view a map for your convenience. Enter through the entrance for your loved one’s designated jail. Contact the jail if location is unknown.
Visitation Location Tips:
- Female Visitation is located at the far left side upon entering the Denton Law Enforcement Center lobby.
- Main Jail Units A1-A3, A5-A6, B1-B10, & D1-D4 are located on the northeast side of the Denton County Law Enforcement Center.
- Pre-Trial Facility Pods 11-18 are located on the west side of the Pre-Trial Facility.
- Pre-Trial Facility Special Housing Unit is located on the northwest side of the Pre-Trial Facility.
Inmate Services at Denton County Jail:
The Denton County Jail offers the following services to the Public while your loved one is incarcerated.
These services are subject to change at any time.
You may fund an Inmate’s Commissary Account 24 hours/7 Days a week
- Inmate Commissary (To order an imate Care Package)
- Online at AccessCorrections.com (Fund an inmate’s commissary account)
- By Telephone: (866) 345-1884
- By Kiosks located in 2 Locations at the Jail (Main Jail Lobby and the Pre-Trial Building)
In order to fund an Inmate’s Commissary Account, you must have the following information.
- Inmate Name
- Inmate Sheriff Office #
What Is The Phone Call Policy at Denton County Jail?:
Inmates have some access to telephones while incarcerated. These calls may be funded in various ways.
- Inmate family and friends may also fund the Inmate’s phone account through www.securustech.net.
- Traditional Collect
- Advance Connect
- Direct Bill
Once An Inmate Has Been Released Where Can I Pick Him Up:
Once an inmate has been released, you can pick him/her up at the Pre-Trial Jail entrance, located behind the Courthouse building.
What Is The Website:
You can view the website here.
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