Below is some helpful information that may be needed if your loved one is incarcerated:
Cash or money orders may be dropped off at the jail 24 hours a day. No payroll or personal checks will be accepted, and please do not mail cash.
Each inmate gets one visit per week, the day depends on how they are housed. It is either Saturday or Wednesday. An inmate must be incarcerated for five days before they will be allowed to visit. A visitation list is given out prior to visitation day and the inmate may have three people on this list. Those are the only people allowed to visit, no exceptions.
Biological, adopted, guardianship children under the age of 18 do not need to be on the list, however must show proof of relationship and must be accompanied by an adult.
You must have a valid ID with you in order to visit
If more than one person is here to visit, it is up to you to decide how to split the time. The jail officer will not make this decision for you. The amount of time will depend on how busy visitation is that day. Each inmate will be given a minimum of five minutes. If more time is available it can go up to twenty minutes.
If you, your children, or anyone with you are unruly, loud or uncooperative, you will be ask to leave the jail and will be taken off the visitation list.
If you are out on bond, probations or parole, you will not be allowed to visit.
If you are not on the visitation list, you cannot be in the lobby during visitation.
Inmates can make collect calls, buy a phone card off of commissary, a loved one can add time through a kiosk in our public lobby, or you can set up an account with:
You can also call Combined Public Communications at 877-988-5678 and they will assist you in adding money for inmate phone calls.
If you need a refund or are having trouble, please call 877-570-4268 / 2
Address any mail to the inmate, 310 W Main Delphi, IN 46923
There is a limit of five pictures per card or letter. Any pictures with any form of pornography, drug paraphernalia, gang affiliiations, or guns will not be allowed. They will be placed with the inmates property.
No pictures with any crayons, colored pencils, markers applied will be allowed. They will be placed with the inmates property.
Cards with any type of stickers, string, or adhesive will be placed with inmate property if these things can not be removed.
Only letters, cards, pictures, and money orders are accepted through the mail. Anything else will be placed with the inmates property.
Soft back books are accepted ONLY if they come directly from the publisher. NO EXCEPTIONS.
No mail from any other correctional facility will be accepted unless previously authorized by the Jail Commander.
Medications for inmated will be accepted at the jail if they are up to date prescriptions. If they are outdated, they will be refused. The nurse will then go through them and make sure they are ok and then the inmate will start receiving them.
Inmate medical records will NOT be discussed with anyone unless that person has been authorized previously by the inmate through our medical department or has power of attorney. NO EXCEPTIONS! The jail is not required to release any medical information to anyone.