Madison County Community Work Center, Mississippi Whos in Jail

Updated on: September 7, 2020
Madison County Community Work Center

Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check

Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

Madison County Community Work Center inmate locator: Disposition, Cell Location, Description of Charges, Case #, Bookings, Court, Statute, Facility, Arrests, Height, FileNo, Inmate List, Disposition, Release Date, Degree Level, Who's in jail, Bond, Detainer Information, Mugshots, Booking Date.

It comes with several housing units within eleven buildings. The Madison County Community Work Center was opened in 1974 sitting on roughly 62 acres.

At first, it was built to hold men; however, it was converted to hold both men and women with time. However, the number of women inmates grew so much that it was later converted to a woman's holding facility.

The Madison County Community Work Center provides many programs for inmates, including substance abuse treatment, community outreach, and volunteer programs.

Madison County Community Work Center - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Madison County Community Work Center

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    140 Corrections Drive, Canton, MS, 39046

  • Phone

    601-859-7711

  • City

    Canton

  • Postal Code

    39046

  • State

    Mississippi

  • Country

    Madison County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    Madison County Community Work Center

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    140 Corrections Drive, Canton, MS, 39046

  • Phone

    601-859-7711

  • Country

    Madison County

Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check

Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

It a state facility; this means that their entire inmate database can be located on the Mississippi inmate database. All you will need is a bit of information, including names and ID.

You also have the option of calling the Madison County Community Work Center directly and enquiring about the inmate. You will have to answer some questions concerning the inmate in question.

Send a Mail/Package

The Madison County Community Work Center allows communication with loved ones and friends through the mail. The mail will be subjected to security checks to ensure it does not carry any contraband. Ensure you address the mail right with the name and ID of the inmate.

When it comes to packages, you will need to first contact the Madison County Community Work Center and determine their policies.

There might be some protocol to be followed with regard to what can be sent to the Madison County Community Work Center. Also, you will need prior permission from prison personnel.

Write the inmates' names and ID on the package before sending it.

Sending Money

When it comes to money, each inmate has a commissary account. No inmate is allowed to have money physically on them, and if found, it will be confiscated.

A commissary account allows the inmate to purchase certain things from the Madison County Community Work Center shop, which at least make it easier for them while incarcerated, meaning it is important for an inmate to have some money with them.

You can get money to an inmate at the Madison County Community Work Center through checks, money orders, wire transfer, and direct deposits.

Phone Calls

The Madison County Community Work Center allows for phone call privileges within the jail, subject to certain rules. The maximum time an inmate can spend on a phone call is fifteen minutes.

You also need to be on the inmates' phone list for them to call you.

Visitation Rules

The Madison County Community Work Center allows for visits on Saturdays and Sundays. You will have to call the facility first and ensure you are approved for the visit.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Sunday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

Nearby Jail/Prison

Other Types of Correctional Facilities in Texas