Polk County Jail, OR Inmate Roster

Updated on: February 20, 2021
Polk 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

Polk County Jail Basic Information

Facility Name
Polk County Jail
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
884 Southeast Jefferson Street, Dallas, OR, 97338
Phone
503-623-9254
Capacity
204
City
Dallas
Postal Code
97338
State
Oregon
County
Polk County
Official Website
Website
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Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

Polk County Sheriffs Office

Sheriff
Mark Garton
Address
850 Main Street, Dallas, Oregon, 97338
Phone
503-623-9251
Fax
503-623-2060

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When you find out a friend or loved one is in jail, your first instinct is to find out where they are. If they have been arrested in Polk County, they are probably at the Polk County Jail in Oregon.

Because this can be a difficult and stressful time for everyone involved, this guide will help you navigate through finding an inmate, learning about the facility, staying in contact, and sending money.

About Polk County Jail

Located at 884 Southeast Jefferson Street, Dallas, OR, 97338, Polk County Jail is the first line of defense before an inmate is sentenced. Those who are arrested in Polk County will typically end up at the county jail until they are bailed out or sentenced.

The members of the Polk County Jail strive to provide services by empowering members and the community to work in partnership as a team. They have a goal of improving the quality of life within Polk County while maintaining respect for individual rights and human dignity.

Those who are sentenced to serve their time at the Polk County Jail in Oregon will not serve longer than 3-years at the facility. Those who get a sentence of longer than 3-years will be transferred to a state prison to serve their sentence.

How to Search for an Inmate

Before being able to do anything else, you will need to find out if your friend or loved one is actually at Polk County Jail in Oregon. You can do this online or call the jail.

To do an inmate search online, you will need to click this link to be directed to the Inmate Search Inquiry page. You can search through the whole list of inmates, or you can search by name, subject number, or booking number.

To find out if an inmate is at the Polk County Jail in Oregon, call the jail at 503-623-9254.

If you do not already have the subject number or booking number, you will want to write that down along with the amount of the bond and other pertinent information such as their housing unit (needed for visitation schedules).

Bailing someone out

If you wish to bail an offender out before their court date to obtain legal aid, you will do so at your own expense.

Bail is usually set at an amount higher than most people have on hand. This is why you will need a jail bondsman. A bondsman only asks for 10-12% of the bail upfront.

For example, if bail is set at $5,000, you will pay a bail bondsman around $500 bond to get the person out of jail.

Those who are arrested in Polk County Jail will typically get bonded out before they are to appear in court so that they can acquire legal aid.

If you need additional information regarding bail or bonds, you may call the jail at 503-623-9254.

Staying in Contact

For those who are serving their time in the Polk County Jail, it is encouraged that positive friends and family stay in contact. This ensures the success of the offender upon release. You can stay in contact in the following ways:

Visiting the inmate

Inmates that are given a permanent housing unit within the jail, unless they have disciplinary restrictions, are entitled to regular visitation. You will be allowed to visit according to the inmate’s housing assignment.

Phone calls

Inmates at the Polk County Jail are not permitted to receive incoming phone calls. However, they do have the option of making collect calls. You may be responsible for the charges of these collect calls if you choose to answer them.

Sending mail

Inmates look forward to receiving mail from friends and relatives. Sending letters, postcards and packages are a great way to stay in contact with a friend or loved one who is serving time in the Polk County Jail in Oregon. To send mail, make sure it is addressed in the following way:

Inmates Full Name/booking number

In custody of Polk County Jail

Housing Unit

884 Southeast Jefferson Street, Dallas, OR, 97338

All mail must have a return address that includes the sender’s full name and their address. If you do not put this on the envelope, it will not be given to the inmate.

Email an Inmate

Many jails and prisons are making it easier to communicate by allowing you to email an inmate. To email an inmate, you will need to register an account at Email to Inmates. You must be 18 to register for an account.

Commissary and Sending Money

As with any prison or jail, the Polk County Jail offers inmates a chance to purchase needed items at a store within the jail called a commissary. Inmates may get some of the following items from commissary:

  • Hygiene products

  • Books

  • Paper, pens, & pencils

  • Tablets (no internet)

  • Shoes

  • Clothes

  • MP3 players

  • Headphones

If you wish to put money on an inmate’s books for them to be able to acquire some of these items from commissary, you will need to call the Polk County Jail in Oregonto find out their procedures for putting money on the books. The number to call is 503-623-9254.

Keep in mind that all rules, procedures, and regulations must be followed at all times. If you do not follow these procedures and regulations, you may not be allowed to write, talk to or visit an inmate. These things are put into effect to keep you, the inmates, the community, and the staff safe at all times.

Polk County Prison Statistics

Polk County Jail Admissions By Race

Asian Jail Population -
Native Jail Population 16
Black Jail Population 4
Latino Jail Population 15
White Jail Population 95

Polk County Jail Admissions

Total Jail Population 123
Male Jail Population 98
Female Jail Population 17
Total Jail Admissions 2,519

Polk County Pretrial Jail Population

Pretrial Jail Population 65
Male Pretrial Jail Population -
Female Pretrial Jail Population -

Polk County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for State Jail 22
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail 2
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison -
Jail Population Held for ICE 1
Jail Population Held for State Prison 2
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 1

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