Hays County Jail, TX Inmate Roster
- 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
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Hays County Sheriffs Office / Hays County Jail
- Gary M. Cutler
- 1307 Uhland Road, San Marcos, Texas, 78666
The Hays County Jail is a jail located in Hays County, TX. It is located at 1307 Uhland Road San Marcos, Texas 78666. Its phone number is 512.393.7800. It does not currently have a list-type roster, and instead uses a search mechanism for finding inmates and loved ones. The jail’s home page can be found here.
Hayes County Jail Inmates Search
The Hayes County Jail does not offer a list-type roster of its inmates, as some jails do. Instead, it offers a jail inmates search system, where interested persons can search for specific inmates. The system provides concise information about inmates on a need-to-know basis. The registry and search system can be found here. The offender lookup is free to use and includes mugshots of inmates.
The commissary has a number of rules regarding Money Orders. The full instructions for sending money orders, as found on the jail’s Jail Support Services website, are listed below:
All money orders must go to an inmate through the U.S Postal Service. The money orders must be addressed to the inmate with the SPIN number to ensure correct delivery. All money orders are required by 8 p.m. on Monday.
Those wishing to make a deposit by phone may go to accesscorrections.com or call 1.866.345.1884.
A kiosk for money orders is also available in the Hays County Law Enforcement Center. The Center is located at 1307 Uhland Road San Marcos, Texas. Credit and debit cards, as well as cash, are accepted at the kiosk.
The jail has an extensive list of rules for jail. You can visit the jail’s support site to find them. They are also listed below:
No one under the age of 17 is considered an adult and must be accompanied by a parent or other adult to visit an inmate. All visitors are required to show valid identification. Inmates are limited to two twenty-minute visits on-site each week with no more than three individuals at a time. Visitation may last no longer than thirty minutes.
The jail allows on-site visitation on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Hours of visitation run from 8 to 10 a.m. and from 12 to 4 p.m. The jail also has visitation hours on Tuesdays, which run from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Visitation hours on Tuesday continue from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Visitation is not permitted on certain holidays (Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, etc.).
Deviation from normal visitation hours may occur due to exclusion of a holiday or other unforeseen circumstances. Should this occur, a note will be placed on the affected area with information on modified visitation hours 30 days prior to the modification.
Arrival is expected no later than 30 minutes before the end of visitation blocks. Visitation closes exactly at the time listed, despite visitor circumstances. If, say, a visitor arrives twenty minutes before closing, he will be given only twenty minutes of visitation time.
The jail also offers off-site visitation. Off-site visitation may be scheduled between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Off-Site visits are to be scheduled prior to visitation through the Securus Video Visitation Website, which can be found at https://www.securustech.net/web/securus/friends.
The rest of the rules regarding violations and cancellations of visitations are as follows. They have been quoted directly from the jail’s website, which has been listed above.
The Hays County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to deny, cancel or terminate a video visit prior to or during a video session based upon visitor or inmate misconduct. The Hays County Sheriff’s Office also reserves the right to restrict a visitor from participating in all future use of the system, either on site or from remote visitation.
Visitation is a privilege and may be denied to any person if the inmate or visitor fails to comply with the visitation rules. Your attorney will be allowed to visit you, upon presentation of proper identification, at any time.”
As with many jails, the Hays County Jail offers a number of religious services. Those services are as follows:
- Religious services and bible study
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
Inmates are encouraged to discuss their plans on or before release with a jail chaplain or counselor. If inmates need help upon release, they are referred to one of a number of community services, those including churches and ministries within the transition community.
The jail offers a mail service to its inmates. Inmates are allowed to write mail to and receive mail from anyone they wish. Inmates may receive this mail so long as it is not in violation of any of the U.S. Postal Service’s regulations, or any state or local laws.
Mail officers deliver mail to the inmates after the mail has been checked for contraband. Mail must be addressed to the inmate, with the inmate’s SPIN number included. This is to ensure that the correct inmate receives his or her mail.
The jail has a number of property regulations. These regulations, from the jail’s website, are listed below:
Inmates may only receive clothing if they are scheduled to appear for a trial. If upon release an inmate does not have proper clothing, they will be provided with that clothing.
Loved ones wanting to pick up an inmate’s personal property may do so Monday through Friday from 8 p.m. to 4 p.m. Property may not be picked up on holidays. Any property picked up must be approved by the inmate, who will sign a release form with information such as who is picking up the property. The person or persons named by the inmate must provide state or federal identification before receiving the property.
In the event that an inmate is transferred to another property and cannot take personal property, the property may be picked up by a specified person or persons. If not picked up, it will be destroyed within 30 days.
Hays County Prison Statistics
Hays County Prison Admissions
|Asian Prison Admissions||-|
|Native Prison Admissions||-|
|Total Prison Admissions||328|
|Other Prison Admissions||2|
|White Prison Admissions||119|
|Latino Prison Admissions||175|
|Black Prison Admissions||32|
|Male Prison Admissions||273|
|Female Prison Admissions||55|
Hays County Prison Population
|Male Prison Population||548|
|Female Prison Population||51|
|Total Prison Population||599|
Hays County Prison Population By Race
|Asian Prison Population||-|
|Latino Prison Population||339|
|White Prison Population||185|
|Other Prison Population||5|
|Black Prison Population||70|
|Native Prison Population||-|
Hays County Jail Admissions By Race
|Native Jail Population||1|
|Asian Jail Population||1|
|Latino Jail Population||170|
|Black Jail Population||58|
|White Jail Population||131|
Hays County Jail Admissions
|Female Jail Population||67|
|Total Jail Admissions||6,636|
|Total Jail Population||310|
|Male Jail Population||294|
Hays County Pretrial Jail Population
|Female Pretrial Jail Population||30|
|Male Pretrial Jail Population||191|
|Pretrial Jail Population||309|
Hays County Jail Held Inmates
|Jail Population Held for State Prison||22|
|Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies||18|
|Jail Population Held for State Jail||261|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison||2|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail||-|
|Jail Population Held for ICE||-|
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