Due to our inmate population increasing and the need to keep security a top priority, additional bunks were added in 2013. The facility was able to add 1 additional bunk to each of our 5 intake holding cells in booking and 2 additional bunks in each dorm area. Based on the addition of the new beds, our rated capacity increased from 160 to 175.
The facility now has 159 general population beds (some of which can be used for special housing such as administrative/disciplinary segregation or Protective Custody), 13 fixed beds in intake holding, 1 padded cell, 1 medical isolation cell, and 1 large intake holding cell for intoxicated or overflow inmates. Of the 175 bed capacity, 28 of these beds may be used by the female population.
The Harrison County Jail currently employs:
- 1 Jail Commander
- 3 Lieutenants
- 3 Sergeants
- 3 Corporals
- 20 Officers
The Harrison County Correctional Facility will accept white crew neck t-shirts, white thermal underpants, white bras (no under wire), white underwear/boxers, and white socks. All packages must be in unopened and unaltered packaging. Socks, underwear, and shirts must be in packages of three. All clothing must be plain (i.e.free of decorations, lace, lettering, etc..)
All property must have the inmates first and last name on the package in black marker. Property may be released only if an inmate has filled out a property release form listing the authorized person receiving the property listed. The individual picking up the property must have valid picture identification. Property will be released to the individuals listed on the inmate’s property list at the following times 8-4, Monday through Friday.
Inmate commissary deposits can be made 24 hours a day 7 days a week through www.smartdeposit.com, or by calling phone# 1-866-394-0490. You will need a credit or debit card, the inmates name and Inmate #. Inmate phone cards can be purchased within our facilities’ front lobby, at the Combined Public Communications kiosk.
Inmates within the Harrison County Correctional Facility can receive mail during the time in which they are incarcerated. Mail is distributed Monday through Saturday. All mail, with the exception of “legal mail”, is opened and inspected for contraband and security breaches according to federal guidelines. Mail that is pertaining to a legal matter is opened in the presence of the inmate whom it is addressed. All books and magazines have to be mailed from a publisher company, not from individuals.
Harrison County Sheriff’s Department
C/O John Doe
1445 Gardner LN Suite 1000
Corydon, IN 47112
Harrison County Jail Kitchen Staff