Bath County Jail, Kentucky Inmate Roster

Updated on: March 5, 2021
Bath County Jail

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The Bath County Jail, situated at 114 East High Street
PO Box 39, Owingsville, KY, 40360, opened on November 1, 1978, at a $7 million development cost.

The prison comprises five stories with a facility, attendant's station, amusement territory, kitchen, and clothing region.

Bath County Jail - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Bath County Jail

  • Facility Type

    County Jail

  • Address

    114 East High Street PO Box 39, Owingsville, KY, 40360

  • Phone

    606-674-2713

  • City

    Owingsville

  • Postal Code

    40360

  • State

    Kentucky

  • Country

    Bath County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    Bath County Jail

  • Facility Type

    County Jail

  • Address

    114 East High Street PO Box 39, Owingsville, KY, 40360

  • Phone

    606-674-2713

  • Country

    Bath County

  • City

    Owingsville

  • Postal Code

    40360

  • State

    Kentucky

  • Official Website

    Website

Bath County Sheriffs Office

  • Address

    17 West Main Street, Owingsville, Kentucky, 40360

  • Phone

    606-674-2931

  • Fax

    540-839-3344

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All inmate records are private and not public knowledge. Please call the Bath County Jail at 606-674-2713 for any information you may need regarding someone in their custody.

Send a Mail/Package

All approaching mail will be opened and checked for illegal products; in any case, approaching mail won't be perused. Except if there is acceptable aim to accept that the substance contains data identifying with get away from plans, crimes in or out of prison, infringement of office rules, coded language, or racially fiery data. Lawful mail from a lawyer, the courts, the Bath County Sheriff, or the media will just be opened within sight of the prisoner.

Detainees may get letters, cards, and photos via the post office. Prisoners at the Bath County Jail may get up to two books from a perceived wholesaler, for example, Barnes and Respectable or Amazon, sent to the office is taken care of by the detainee. Just softcover books will be sent to the detainee. Such books become the office’s property upon receipt and get advanced to the Bath County Jail library’s detainee. Prisoners may not get photos that are resolved to be revolting or intriguing or have bare or somewhat bare people in them. They may not get bundles, papers, magazines, postage stamps, or envelopes. Any things got via the post office that doesn’t meet these necessities will be put in the prisoner’s property.

Detainees can get care packs from loved ones through Securepak. Bundles might be requested once at regular intervals to surpass $100 per request and get conveyed to prisoners on supermarket appropriation days.

Sending Money

Bath County Jail detainees with a trust account gave admittance to arrange phone charge time, food, apparel, and cleanliness from a supermarket menu through Keefe Store Organization. Requests can be made, checked, and altered by the prisoner through the detainee telephone framework.

Loved ones can store cash on a prisoner's trust account utilizing money, Mastercards, or check cards through a stand in the prison booking office. Cash may likewise be stored with Mastercard or by check card by calling Access Revisions at 606-674-2713 or online at accesscorrections.com.

Phone Calls

Prisoners of the Bath County Jail are given admittance to phones during allowed hours consistently. Calls might be made by the position of gather calls, by telephone charge time bought through the grocery store program, or by a prepaid calling account built up with the office telephone supplier, Securus Advances.

New detainees get given a free, nearby call when set up for the office. Prisoners are additionally given free calls to the Bath County Public Safeguard's Office.

Visitation Rules

All prisoners must be here for five (5) full days before they are qualified for a little while.

Prisoners in the Bath County Jail are permitted one (1) 30-minute visit every week. Limit of two (2) guests allowed.

No contact visits

Guests’ names MUST be on the prisoner's present appearance list. The detainee must demand an appearance list.

Detainees that are going to a movement won't get taken out to have a visit. Guests may return at another booked appearance time.

Guests at the Bath County Jail should leave all assets (for example, pouches, PDAs, wallets, coats, and so forth.) made sure about in their vehicles. Storage spaces and secures are accessible in the town hall anteroom close to the metal indicator. Guests may utilize these storage spaces to make sure about satchels, telephones, coats, keys, or other property not allowed in the appearance room. Talk with town hall security or a corrections officer to get a lock for storage.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Thursday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday
    7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Sunday
    7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

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