Cullman County Detention Center, AL Inmate Roster

Updated on: June 14, 2021
Cullman County Detention Center

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Holiday Closed

Cullman County Detention Center Basic Information

Facility Name
Cullman County Detention Center
Facility Type
County Jail
1900 Beech Avenue SE, Cullman, AL, 35055
Postal Code
Cullman County
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Matt Gentry
1900 Beech Avenue Southeast, Cullman, Alabama, 35055

Knowing that a friend or loved one has been arrested in Cullman County Alabama does come with one good thing, despite all of the stress that it can come with. You know that they are probably in the Cullman County Detention Center. Cullman County Detention Center is one of the first places an inmate goes to, while they wait for their trial date or the sentencing that will be passed on them.

The center has around 50 staff members, including over 40 detention officers. It has three areas for male inmates and 2 areas for females, along with temporary holding cells for the monitoring of prisoners.

Most inmates at the Detention Center serve up to three years in the local prison, with more serious crimes being sent to a state or federal prison depending on the severity of the crime. This allows family members of the inmate to have one place where your inmate will be, and then you can easily keep in contact with them. However, in most cases, you will need to find them.

How To Find An Inmate From an Inmate List

Finding an inmate, especially if you don’t know where to start, can be a slight hassle. Thankfully, there are several different ways that you can track your inmate to ensure that you know where they are.

Along with inmate search websites such as InmateAid or VINE, you can find several inmates on the Alabama Department of Corrections website. You can search for inmates on the website, and you only need a few things.

The first is the first and last name of the inmate you are trying to find. Having just one might help you find the inmate, with last names being more beneficial than first names. However, if you have access to the inmate’s AIS (Alabama Institutional Serial) number, then you should enter that.

That number is unique to the specific inmate, and it’s the quickest way to find your inmate. If you don’t have access to the AIS number, there are a few other ways. First, you can search for sex offenders inside of the Cullman’s sheriff’s office website, or you can look for an inmate by calling the jail at our number.

What Is An Inmate Roster?

The Alabama inmate jail roster is a great place to find mugshots, and more information about any inmates you might know. Most inmate rosters have the booking number, age and gender of the offender, when they were booked, the charges against them, and the bond if applicable.

The Cullman County Detention Center jail roster has all of its inmates in the system, and you will be able to find them with just a name by looking for them in alphabetical order.

How To Contact Inmates in Cullman County Detention Center

If you want to remain in contact with an inmate, there are several ways you can do so.

The most common is visitation, but there are other lesser-known ways to keep in contact with someone behind bars.

Using The Mail

Mail is one of the best moments for an inmate, and you can send different types of mail. These include sending letters, postcards, packages, and other items. Although you will need to address it in the following way.

First, you need to put on the inmate’s full name and their booking number. You will also need to state that they are in custody in the Cullman County Detention Center. You should also write down the housing unit they are in, and the prison’s address.

Finally, you will need to have your full name and address on the return envelope or it will not be given to the inmate.

Additionally, most jails, including the Cullman County Detention Center, will accept you sending an email to an inmate. While inmates don’t have access to the internet, you can use a service called ‘Email To Inmates’ that turns any email you send into a postal note that can then be sent to the prison.

For most people, writing an email is much easier than writing a letter, and often takes less time. With the Email to Inmates service, you just need an account which you can get if you are over 18 years old. You will also need to pay a small service fee to use the letter.

Visitation Privileges

Depending on where your inmate is located within the prison, and the rules of their housing unit, you will be able to come for regular visitation once a week. You must sign in at least 15 minutes before your visit, and if you are late you will not be allowed to come back the next Saturday.

Your inmate will have only one visit a day, and any visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent unless a parent is who they are visiting. Finally, all visitors must have a valid ID on their person, and are not allowed to bring anything else into the visitation room.

Make sure to take a look at the rules, so your weekly visit isn’t suspended by a simple mistake. Visitation is a great highlight of the week for any inmate, and you both can really look forward to it.

Phone Calls

A phone call cannot be received by an inmate, but they can make outbound calls to you. Most of these calls are collect calls, which means that you will need to pay for them whenever the call is answered.

Keeping In Contact

Having a friend or loved one in jail, even for a small misdemeanor can be a large weight on your shoulders. If you are dealing with the stress of this situation, keeping in contact with your inmate can be a relief for both of you. Find the best way for you both to contact one another, and then keep it up.

It can help your inmate feel less alone and can also keep you connected, and that’s the most important part.

Cullman County Prison Statistics

Cullman County Prison Admissions

Asian Prison Admissions -
Native Prison Admissions -
Total Prison Admissions 204
Other Prison Admissions -
White Prison Admissions 200
Latino Prison Admissions -
Black Prison Admissions 4
Male Prison Admissions 164
Female Prison Admissions 40

Cullman County Prison Population

Male Prison Population 339
Female Prison Population 52
Total Prison Population 391

Cullman County Prison Population By Race

Asian Prison Population -
Latino Prison Population -
White Prison Population 376
Other Prison Population 2
Black Prison Population 13
Native Prison Population -

Cullman County Jail Admissions By Race

Native Jail Population 1
Asian Jail Population 1
Latino Jail Population 19
Black Jail Population 37
White Jail Population 266

Cullman County Jail Admissions

Female Jail Population 65
Total Jail Admissions 4,418
Total Jail Population 303
Male Jail Population 260

Cullman County Pretrial Jail Population

Female Pretrial Jail Population 15
Male Pretrial Jail Population 77
Pretrial Jail Population 115

Cullman County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for State Prison 257
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 61
Jail Population Held for State Jail 7
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison -
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail -
Jail Population Held for ICE -

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