ONLY medications (must be in original prescription bottles) will be accepted. Hygiene items, underwear, etc. must be purchased through the jail commissary. Reading materials will be furnished through the jail library.
Any amount is acceptable.
No, we only accept cash or money orders.
Sunday from 12:20 PM - 4:10 PM by appointment.
The inmate must put you on his/her visitation list. You must bring a picture I.D. with you to visitation. All visitors must be dressed appropriately; No revealing attire can be worn during inmate visitations.
Visitations are 30 minutes. Each inmate gets ONE 30 minute visit per week.
Yes. We will accept social security cards or birth certificates for children.
Yes. Inmates have access to a phone from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm each day. We have a special jail phone system and all calls are collect. They will be billed to the person receiving the call.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Office has collect telephones in all housing units within the facility. Many questions have arisen about receiving phone calls and what to do when a problem is encountered.
The inmate phone system is provided and maintained by Evercom Systems Inc., and services and billing information are handled by Correctional Billing Services. They may be contacted 24 hours a day 7 days a week by any of the following means:
Yes, it must be sent through the U.S. Postal Service. All incoming mail should be addressed to the inmate and mailed c/o Wayne County Jail, 201 W. North St., Wooster OH 44691. You must include your return address.
No. All incoming mail must go through the U.S. Postal Service.
No. We only accept letters or greeting cards through the mail.
Yes. It must be sent out through the U.S. Postal Service.
Yes. Inmates can purchase hygiene items and writing materials through our indigent program.
Yes. Church service, religious counseling and minister visits are available in the Wayne County Jail.
Video arraignments are held Monday through Friday at approximately 8:00 am.
You can obtain information about whether or not an individual has a warrant by checking the court dockets. Access their website via the link below. Enter the individual's information and click on search. Once you find and select the case, go to the "Dockets" section. For further clarification, you may call the clerk's office.
A person suspecting they may have a warrant may also check, in person, at the Jail. They will need to bring with them a state-issued I.D. or driver's license to check on a warrant.
No. We do not accept food or gifts during the holidays for inmates.
This is up to the judge and must be handled by the inmate's attorney or public defender through the Probation Department.
Yes. We have mental health and alcohol counselors available. AA meetings are also available.
Yes. We have a medical staff available and inmates can receive their personal medications.
Yes. Inmates are allowed a total of four pictures in their cells. If an inmate is found with pictures exceeding this limit, they will be placed in their personal property.