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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 distributor. (i.e. Amazon, Walmart, Barnes and Noble, etc.) 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, email@example.com
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: