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1208 Betty Dale Dr.
Iuka, MS 38852

Administrative Office Hours:
M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm
Detention & Dispatch



DETENTION OFFICERS: Detention Officers are responsible for booking all prisoners into and out of the facility.  They are also tasked with maintaining all inmate records, phone and commissary accounts as well as the general safety and security of the inmates and the surrounding community.
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Due to the recent outbreak of the Corona-virus and recommendations from the World Health Organizations (WHO) and the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), we have suspended ALL visitations and Clergy visits until further notice.  We are sorry for the inconvenience. 
Video-Visitation is recommended for families at this time.  For information on this, please see the below information.  Also, we are providing a link to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on what everyone needs to be doing at this time.

For "In-House" Visitations please call 662-423-7000 on Fridays between the hours of 10am - 6pm to schedule a visit.  Visiting hours on Saturday are between the hours of 10am - 6pm.  "In-House" visits are kept to a STRICT time limit, so show up a few minutes early to sign in.
We now offer a more convenient way for you to visit your loved ones.  We now offer you the option to use your mobile device to do a visit from anywhere you have a cellular or internet connection. For more information on how to do this, please visit City Tele Coin website for more information.
If your device is either an Apple Product or a Google Product, City Tele Coin, has apps in both the App Store and Google Play for you to download.
(If you experience "lagging" or "freezing", please be aware that this is due primarily to the connection between your device and the base units used at the jail.  All base units at the jail are equip with a Fiber-Optic connection, which give the inmates and those receiving the video/audio a more direct and clearer connection.  Be aware that if you do experience any video issues, check your connection.  If you are using a cellular connection, this will sometimes cause a lag in video transferring on the mobile device end.  If you have a strong cellular signal and are still incurring problems, be aware of your surroundings.  Tall buildings, metal roofs, or other equipment may interfere with the signal.  The Tishomingo County Jail is not responsible for any "bad video signals" that you may encounter.)
Just click on your desired platform to download the app.
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All mail for inmates should be addressed as follows:
  Tishomingo County Jail
  Inmate's Name
  1208 Bettydale Drive
  Iuka, MS 38852

Inmate's may not receive the following items:
  Packages of any kind
  Obscene pictures or writings
  Gang related materials
  Escape material

  • Pursuant to provisions of USPS Domestic Mail Manual General Order #12, all incoming mail will be opened and checked for contraband.
  • Incoming mail must contain a complete return address and name.
  • Mail from Attorneys and all Court documents will be opened in the presence of the inmate.
  • Inmates may receive letters, cards, and pictures with the exception of obscene material.
  • Envelopes and stamps are available from the commissary.
  • Stamps and envelopes mailed to inmates will be thrown away.
  • Inmates may send as much mail as he or she wants.

All inmates are entitle to make one free phone call at the time of booking. All other calls must be made from telephones provided inside the cell block day room. These telephones are the only ones inmates will be permitted to use. The phones are turned off at 10:30 PM each night and turned back on at 5:00 AM each morning. These phones allow for COLLECT CALLS ONLY.
Also, inmates are able to use services that we offer that are provided by City Tele Coin.  If you are interested in using services that are provided by City Tele Coin, please use the link provided.
Funds must be placed in commissary accounts using either the Tiger Commissary Reverse ATM located in the Facility Lobby or online using the Tiger Commissary Website.  
The ATM will accept cash and/or debit and credit cards.  The charge for this service is $2.50 for cash or 10% of any debit/credit transaction?  All online transactions conducted through the Tiger Commissary Website are subject to a 10% surcharge.  These fees are set by TIGER COMMISSARY SERVICES.  Tishomingo County has no control over those service charges.

We maintain a list of currently approved bond agents at the Tishomingo County Sheriff's Office in the detention intake area. Those brought into this facility, who are eligible for bond, are free to choose any approved bonding agent or service. This Office does not endorse any bonding agent or company.  
The Tishomingo County Sheriff's Office has no control over what any bonding agent charges for posting a bond.

MS SAVIN is an innovative service providing crime victims, victim advocates, and other concerned citizens free and confidential notification regarding a particular State and/or County inmate's release, transfer or escape from participating agencies. MS SAVIN can provide registered users access to timely information about particular offenders 24-hours a day, over the phone, through the Internet, or by e-mail. 

MS SAVIN is a project of the Mississippi Department of Corrections provided by a grant from the US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Please do not depend only on this program for your protection. Maintain other contacts with your advocate, attorney or law enforcement officers assigned to your case.
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