Corrections

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Mission Statement

The mission of the St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC) is to establish a standard of excellence in the field of corrections by providing care, custody and control for adult offenders with the goal of maintaining a secure facility and enhancing public safety within the communities of St. Charles County.

Vision

To achieve excellence in all areas of correctional practices by committing to the professional development of staff, offering evidence-based programs and rehabilitative strategies to reduce recidivism, and ensuring our employees are equipped with the best tools and resources aimed at improving community safety to move our department forward into an elite class of corrections professionals.

Values

SCCDOC's work will be guided and informed by our beliefs and commitments to:

  • Pride: We value our reputation for outstanding work.
  • Professionalism: We lead by example, have respect for others and practice within the mission of SCCDOC.
  • Integrity: We conduct ourselves professionally and model ethical behavior.
  • Honor: We demonstrate a sense of values.
  • Discipline: We accept responsibility and work hard to achieve a common goal.
  • Vigilance: We ensure the safety of inmates and our community.
  • Dedication: We are committed to going above and beyond in the field of corrections.

Inmate Correspondence and Visitation

Visitation

In-person, 30-minute visitation in the Corrections visitation booths (inmate on one side, visitors on the other, separated by plexiglass) have resumed. Only two adults or one adult and two children will be authorized to visit at one time per inmate. Inmates are responsible for submitting visitor lists to Corrections administration and scheduling family and friends.

Visitors must wear a mask and have their temperature checked prior to their visit. Visitors must wait outside of the building after checking in; Lobby Officers will call for and escort each visitor into the building. Cleaning supplies will be available for visitors to wipe down touch points in the booth before and after their visits. Officers must make sure that this occurs and follow up with another cleaning before the visitation booth is used again.

Lobby Video Visitation

Free video visitation in the Corrections lobby has resumed. Visitors must wear a mask and have their temperature checked prior to their visit. Visitors must wait outside of the building after checking in; Lobby Officers will call for and escort each visitor into the building when it is their time to use the video visitation booth. Cleaning supplies will be available for visitors to wipe down touch points in the booth before and after their visits. Lobby Officers must make sure that this occurs and follow up with another cleaning before the video visitation booth is used again. Only two individuals per inmate will be authorized to use video visitation at one time.

Jail ATM

The Jail ATM is available in the Corrections lobby. Cleaning supplies will be available for visitors to wipe down touch points before and after their use. Lobby Officers must make sure that this occurs and follow up with another cleaning before the Jail ATM is used again.   

Attorneys/Legal Counsel

Attorneys have returned to contact visits. The attorney must wear a mask during their visit with their client and have their temperature checked – NO EXCEPTIONS. After each use, the professional visitation room must be cleaned before room is occupied again. Supervisors will ensure this occurs.

Jail ATM Services - Bail, Inmate Accounts, Video Calls

Visit the Jail ATM website to place bail or funds on inmate accounts and access video call services.

Mail

All inmate mail will be sent to a central processing facility, not the jail where an inmate is housed. At this JailATM.com central facility, mail will be opened, scanned and provided electronically to the inmate at the jail facility. Photos may be sent but if they depict nudity, gang activity or criminal activity, they may be delayed or rejected. All inmates are permitted to send and receive mail, other than dictated by court orders, laws or the inmate handbook.

All personal mail for inmates shall be mailed to the following address utilizing existing jail facility mail rules:

JailATM.com - St. Charles County Corrections
Inmate Name/Inmate Number
9648 Olive Blvd., MB#213
Olivette, MO 63132

Legal Mail and Personal Business Documents
Legal mail and business documents must be mailed directly to the jail facility. All legal mail must be sent by a legal entity, i.e. attorney office, courts or public defender. For legal mail and official documents, use the following address:

St. Charles County Department of Corrections
301 N. Second Street
St. Charles, MO 63301

Official documents sent directly to the institution will not be delivered to the inmate, but will be transferred to the property room and held for the inmate. Any general correspondence for the inmate included with official documents will be destroyed. Official documents received at the JailATM.com facility will be forwarded to the SCCDOC office for proper distribution.

Transactional Documents
For transactions that require the inmate to sign or otherwise enter information on an original document to carry out a transaction (i.e. Power of Attorney, transferring a vehicle title) the original document must be mailed as follows:

SCCDOC - Inmate Name/Inmate Number
St. Charles County Department of Corrections
301 N. Second Street
St. Charles, MO 63301

SCCDOC will coordinate a time for the inmate to review and sign documents. Any general inmate correspondence for the inmate included with transactional documents will be destroyed and inmates will not be permitted to keep original documentation sent through this process.