County Jail Information
Inmate visitation is on Sundays from 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Visitors must call the jail at (479) 963-3271 Ext. 0 between 7:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. on the morning of the visit to schedule the visit. Visits will last fifteen minutes. Visitors must present identification before the visit will take place. Visitors wearing inappropriate clothing will be denied visitation and proper behavior is expected at all times. There are no physical contact visits. Note: An inmate can lose his/her visitation privileges based upon behavior and conduct.
Commissary is availbale to inmates and they can purchase hygiene items (specific brands of soap, shampoo, lotion, hair gel, etc.), snack food, socks, over the counter medication, beverages, and condiments such as ketchup and mustard. The jail only accepts money orders made out to the inmate. The money order can be dropped off at the jail or it can be mailed. If mailed, please write the inmate's name on the address line of the money order. All sales are final. Note: Any orders by an inmate that are not picked up after an inmate's release will become community property after 72 hours. An inmate can lose his/her commissary privileges based upon behavior and conduct.
Inmates can make phone calls from their cell. These calls are collect calls unless a prepaid account is set up. If you cannot receive collect calls, then set up an inmate pre-paid phone account. Inmates may also purchase pre-paid phone cards through commissary. Inmates cannot receive phone calls.
If you wish to mail an inmate a letter, mail it to: Logan County Jail, c/o: Inmate's Name, 508 West Grober Street, Paris, AR 72855. Please note that all inmate mail will be searched by jail staff for contraband. Packages must be pre-aprroved by Sheriff Boyd D. Hicks or Chief Deputy Kevin Kimbrell and will be searched upon arrival if approved.
The jail staff will accept the following items for inmates: money orders for commissary, stamped envelopes, stamps, Bible, five photographs (must be approved by jail staff), medications (must be approved by jail staff), and paperback books (will become property of the jail). Occasionally, the jail staff will accept a wireless bra and panties for female inmates but his must be approved by Sheriff Boyd D. Hicks or Chief Deputy Kevin Kimbrell.
The Logan County Jail was built in 1989 and has thirty-four beds and houses both male and female inmates. The jail is a non-smoking facility. Each jailer must attend a forty-hour jail standards training course within a year of employment and also receives training on ACIC/NCIC terminal operations and radio/disptach procedures.
Inmate property can be released to family or friends if approved by jail staff and the inmate signed a release form. Any person picking up the property must present proper identification.