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The St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC) recognizes the importance that religion may hold in any person’s life and encourages, within safety and security limitations, anything that may help an inmate during his/her incarceration. As such, the SCCDOC offers a variety of religious reading materials that can be checked out by the inmates /detainees.
Each inmate / detainee is authorized to have 1 Bible (or equivalent religious book for their religion upon approval of the Director of Corrections for the SCCDOC).
Religious materials cannot be dropped off, but can be mailed in directly from a book distributor (i.e. Barnes & Noble). We will not accept books mailed from Amazon. Hard back books are not allowed and must not have any sticky notes or page markers.
When an inmate is sentenced to the Missouri Department of Corrections, no personal property will go with the inmate other than legal paper work. Any funds that remain on their account will be sent to Missouri Department of Corrections following their transfer.
Information about the SCCDOC's enforcement of PREA can be found here.
Missouri VINElink® is an online program designed to provide up to date information as to who is incarcerated and where. You may also contact the jail and inquire if we currently have someone in custody.
The most up-to-date court date information is principally obtained by calling the court holding jurisdiction over an individual’s case. Another user-friendly resource to obtain court information is through the use of Missouri Case.net, a database that provides users with the ability to make inquiries using a defendant’s name or case number. You may contact the courts for additional information at 636-949-3080.
Following is the St. Charles County Police Department address and contact information: 101 Sheriff Dierker Court O’Fallon, Missouri 63366 Telephone 636-949-3000, firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Visits are authorized on a case-by-case basis dependent upon a variety of verifiable circumstances such as: visitors coming from long distances, family emergencies, etc. Requests for Special Visits are typically reviewed and approved on a case-by-case basis by Department of Corrections administration.
Individuals needing their fingerprints taken at the request of the court will need to bring their “fingerprint order” from the courts along with the ten-dollar ($10.00) fee that is required to get fingerprinted. The Department of Corrections will only accept money orders as the form of payment and will no longer accept cash payments. This can only be done at the following times:
Yes. St. Charles County charges per diem fees to recover room, board and medical expenses for persons committed to the custody of the St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC). The authority for levy and collection of these charges is set forth in Section 221.070, RSMo, and County Ordinance Section 150.060.
Money may be deposited to the inmate’s / detainee’s account by family and friends for purposes of commissary purchases, phone calls, payment of bonds or fees for services. Payment into the inmate’s / detainee’s accounts can be completed at the ATM in the lobby of the St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC) or online at the JailATM website.
The facility no longer will accept money orders; all payment must be made in cash at the ATM in the lobby or by debit or credit card. Any money orders mailed into the facility will be placed in the inmate’s / detainee’s property or returned to the sender. Those funds will not be credited to the inmate / detainee account. There is a processing fee associated with depositing money on an account. The JailATM kiosk does not dispense funds.
After an inmate’s bond is posted either online, at the JailATM kiosk in the lobby, or at the courthouse, it may take some time for booking to process their release. Once that process is completed, they will exit our building from the side door located on Adams Street.
Calls to attorneys may be made on the inmate phone system. The St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC) has gone to great lengths to coordinate with local attorneys to ensure that their numbers have been entered into the phone system to allow free calls to attorneys. Calls to attorneys registered with the SCCDOC are not recorded calls.
Attorneys who have not yet registered with the SCCDOC may call the departmental administrative offices for instructions on registering.
The St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC) adult detention facility will not forward incoming phone calls in to an inmate / detainee or take messages for inmates / detainees. Phones are available for inmates / detainees to use, in all housing areas. The SCCDOC contracts with the private phone service, PayTel, that handles all SCCDOC inmate / detainee phone services. Inmates / detainees are allowed to talk for 15-minute increments, after 15 minutes the phone call will be terminated. You may contact Pay Tel at 800-729-8355 or online at PayTel to set up an account or to have a number blocked. You may also block a number by listening to the PayTel recording when someone calls you from the facility and then follow the appropriate prompt when announced.
Using JailATM, you may also send the detainee a message, which they will be able to access using the tablets or kiosks in their housing units. Contact JailATM and set up an account for yourself, if you would like to utilize this feature.
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 CorrectionsInmate Name/Inmate Number9506 Olive Blvd. MB# 213Olivette, 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. Contact a caseworker for additional questions or information.
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
C/O Caseworker 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. Contact a caseworker for additional questions or information.
Inmates / detainees are allowed one 60-minute noncontact visit every other week. Visitation time is determined by housing unit and is scheduled by the inmate. There is a maximum of 4 visitors, 2 at a time. All visitors must arrive at least 15 minutes prior to visitation and must provide the Central Control Officers with a valid photo I.D. (except for accompanied children under age 16). Individuals 16 years of age, or younger, must be accompanied by an adult (at least 21 years of age). Children must be supervised at all times. Unattended or disruptive children will be escorted with the accompanying adult out of the building. Disrespectful, destructive, or unruly visitors can be removed from the visitation area and the building,
Inmates / detainees are required to complete a visitation list for each visiting session specifying whom he/she wants to visit with. Only the persons listed by the inmate / detainee will be allowed to see the inmate / detainee. It is the inmate / detainee’s responsibility to complete the list and no messages will be taken by any staff member of St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC).
***Masks may be required for entry****
The SCCDOC adult detention facility does not permit contact visits for personal visits.