Renville County Jail, MN Inmate Roster

Updated on: June 30, 2021
Renville County Jail

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

Renville County Jail Basic Information

Facility Name
Renville County Jail
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
105 S. 5th St., Suite 210, Olivia, MN, 56277
Phone
320-523-3600, 320-523-1161
Capacity
72
City
Olivia
Postal Code
56277
State
Minnesota
County
Renville County
Official Website
Website
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Renville County Sheriffs Department / Renville County Jail

Sheriff
Scott Hable
Address
410 East Depue Avenue, Olivia, Minnesota, 56277
Phone
320-523-1161
Fax
320-523-3787
Website
www.co.renville.mn.us

The Renville County Jail is a county jail in Olivia, Minnesota in the southern part of the state. It is a holding facility for men and women awaiting their trial date and can hold up to 72 inmates. Inmates can be held here or released on bail to await their trial. The facility was designed after a former sheriff toured eight jails in the state and incorporated the best aspects from each.

The current Sheriff is Scott D. Hable. The Sheriff’s office can be contacted by phone at (320)523-1161. He can be reached by email at [email protected]. One of the main duties of the Sheriff’s Office to run the County Jail and keep the inmates safe. They have a particular focus on rehabilitation to ensure that inmates can re-enter their community safely.

The Renville County Jail is a new facility that opened in 2008. It holds not only inmates arrested by the county but also people arrested by other police departments in Renville County.

Renville County Jail Roster

Once someone is arrested they begin to be processed in the system. This process includes getting fingerprints and taking a mugshot. The arresting officers also collect personal information about the inmate, including their name and birthday. The officers also note details about the arrest and the alleged crime.

All of this information is available for the public to look up through a jail roster search. This includes the inmate’s name, birthday, and physical appearance. This search will also bring up the mugshot that was taken after the arrest.

Before contacting an inmate being held at this facility, it is always advised that you check the inmate roster to ensure that they’re still at the jail. However, it may take several days for a new inmate to be in the system.

Visiting Hours

Before visiting the County Jail, you will want to be familiar with visitation scheduling and procedures. Visitations can end before they begin if a visitor doesn’t have a proper ID and is dressed inappropriately. Visitations can also end early if visitors and inmates behave inappropriately during a visit.

Currently, all physical visitation has been suspended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. During the regular visiting time, visiting hours are daily from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. The evening visiting hours are not available on Fridays.

Visits are limited to 20 minutes at a time, with one additional 20-minute extension available per year. This extension request must be made before the visit ends. All visitors have to be approved and are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis. No visit can be guaranteed between an inmate and the victim, no matter what the preexisting relationship is.

Until the physical visit suspension is lifted, all visits must happen with video chat. You can purchase time to video chat online at www.reliancetelephone.com. Any attorney or clergy visits are to be done over the phone. These meeting times must still be scheduled in advance.

Before any visit, it is recommended to check the inmate roster to ensure that the inmate is still at this facility. With the mugshot that’s available with the inmate’s information, it’s easy to verify that the person you’re looking for is at the Renville County Jail.

Other Ways to Keep in Touch

Visitation, either physically or over the phone, is not the only way that inmates can stay connected to their community. Inmates and their loved ones can stay in contact through phone calls and letters.

Inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls while incarcerated, but they can still make them. When they make their phone calls, the cost of the call is deducted from the inmate’s account. Some numbers can be restricted and people receiving calls can block numbers coming from the jail.

Inmates are also encouraged to send and receive mail. What inmates are allowed to receive is restricted. They cannot receive greeting cards, perfumed letters, or obscene photos. To send a letter to an inmate, you need to include the following information:

Inmate’s Full Name and SPN
Inmate’s Housing Facility
Inmate’s Cell Block Number

Victim Alerts

The Renville County Jail understands that inmates in the facility have likely done something to cause harm to a member of their community. To accommodate these victims, the jail uses the VINElink program to alert victims when someone has been released from custody.

This can be useful to victims as the inmate roster is not updated in real-time and may take a few days to be fully updated. Victims can instead receive a call when the person they want updates on has been released. This is a free program and to sign up you need to go to www.vinelink.com. From there you can choose the offender you would like updates on.

Inmate Programs

One of the main goals of the jail is to get inmates ready for life outside of jail once they’re released. This is done through several inmate programs that they can take. These programs are funded and led by volunteers.

Renville County Jail is one of the few jail facilities that is certified to assist inmates in acquiring a GED. Inmates without a high school diploma or GED are encouraged to take classes to prepare for the GED test so they can leave jail with a foundation to further their education.

Inmates can also continue their education with the library services. Inmates are free to check out books and newspapers to read for education or fun.

If an inmate needs organized therapy to help them manage their dependency or anger problems that may have led them to be arrested, there are group programs designed to help inmates with their problems in a group setting.

Inmates can also request one-on-one therapy or individualized programs to help them with their specific needs. Whether these programs help new inmates get comfortable in their new surroundings or to provide assistance on long-term issues, the jail is ready to help.

Renville County Prison Statistics

Renville County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for State Jail 23
Jail Population Held for ICE -
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 14
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail -
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison -
Jail Population Held for State Prison 9

Renville County Prison Population By Race

Black Prison Population -
Asian Prison Population -
White Prison Population 18
Other Prison Population 1
Native Prison Population -
Latino Prison Population 6

Renville County Prison Admissions

Other Prison Admissions 4
Latino Prison Admissions -
White Prison Admissions 10
Native Prison Admissions -
Female Prison Admissions -
Asian Prison Admissions -
Black Prison Admissions -
Total Prison Admissions 14
Male Prison Admissions 14

Renville County Prison Population

Female Prison Population -
Male Prison Population -
Total Prison Population 25

Renville County Jail Admissions

Total Jail Admissions 877
Total Jail Population 69
Male Jail Population 50
Female Jail Population 15

Minnesota Jail & Prison Phone Call Rates

Out of State Phone Call Rate Per Minute $0.05
In-State Phone Call Rate Per Minute $0.05

Renville County Jail Admissions By Race

Native Jail Population 14
Black Jail Population 3
Asian Jail Population -
Latino Jail Population 5
White Jail Population 43

Renville County Pretrial Jail Population

Male Pretrial Jail Population 1
Female Pretrial Jail Population 1
Pretrial Jail Population 10

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