Below you will find answers to commonly asked questions. If you need further information, please contact us.
- How Do I Find Out About Your Work Release Program?
We have added a page to our website that gives information about the Noble County Work Release Program. Please click here to visit our Work Release Program Page for more information.
- Can I have a message delivered to an inmate?
No. With our daily population, it would be impossible to deliver messages to the inmates. Letters mailed through the US Postal Service will be delivered to the inmate at mail pass each day and phones are available in the cell-blocks for inmates to make out-going calls.
- Can an inmate have a special visit from family or friends?
No. Inmate visitation is set on a schedule that is followed strictly by the Jail Staff.
- Can I send an inmate a book to read?
Yes. Books will be accepted by the jail staff through the US Postal Service or Delivery Service. The Book must be shipped directly from the publisher or book store. Only paperback books are accepted. Hardcover books are prohibited.
- Can I bring an inmate medicine?
Yes. Inmates who need medications and have a prescription already filled can bring that medication with them when they book in or can have it brought to them at the jail. The medication must be in a bottle marked with the inmate’s name, doctor who prescribed the medication and the required dosage. All medications will be verified by the jail medical staff.
- Can I bring an inmate shoes, socks, t-shirts, or personal hygiene items?
No. All of these items can be purchased through commissary.
- Can I arrange for an inmate to go to a funeral service?
No. Anyone who is sentenced, serving time, or under a court ordered bail, cannot be released by the Sheriff or his staff for any reason, without an order from the court.
- How can I send money to an inmate for commissary while they are in jail?
Inmates may purchase items from commissary, such as snacks, drinks, hygiene items, under garments and various other things. You may come to the Sheriff's department and use the Jail ATM kiosk (pictured below) to deposit funds to an inmate's account. Online, you may go to www.jailatm.com an make deposits. Additionally, money orders made payable to the inmate may be sent to the inmate through the mail. The money orders will be credited to the inmates account. Do not send cash or personal checks. Send money orders addressed to the inmate at the Noble County Jail, PO Box 22, Albion, IN 46701.