Hunt County Jail, TX Inmate Roster

Updated on: May 21, 2021
Hunt 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

Hunt County Jail Basic Information

Facility Name
Hunt County Jail
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
2801 Stuart Street, Greenville, TX, 75401
Phone
903-453-6851
Capacity
345
City
Greenville
Postal Code
75401
State
Texas
County
Hunt County
Official Website
Website
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Hunt County Sheriffs Department / Hunt County Jail

Sheriff
Randy Meeks
Address
2801 Stuart Street, Greenville, Texas, 75401
Phone
903-453-6800
Website
http://www.huntcounty.net/index.aspx?NID=882

Hunt County Jail can be found in Texas. The facility is closely monitored by the sheriff’s office, presumably the county sheriff Randy Meeks. Meeks can be found in the Sheriff’s office when he’s not over in the Hunt County Jail checking in on its operation.

The facility is responsible for the safety and care of all its inmates. The main objective is to rehabilitate and keep the community safe from offenders.

Hunt County Inmates

For those who may not be up to date on what type of inmates one can find in the Hunt County Jail, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find out there are three different types of inmates.

The first type of inmate is an inmate charged for a crime but was not eligible to post bail/bond. So, this inmate must wait for their day to be found innocent or guilty in front of a judge. This process can take some time, depending on how backed up the court is.

The second type of inmate is an inmate who already went before a judge and was found guilty, but they were given more time than the county facility can house them for. So, this inmate will be waiting to be transferred out to typically a state prison. However, an inmate will get sent out to federal jail, depending on the crime they were charged and convicted with.

The last type of inmate in the Hunt County Jail is an inmate serving out his or her time. Inmates who are serving out their time in the Hunt County Jail are given less than 24 months of a sentence. These inmates will not get transferred out to a different facility.

Hunt County Jail Inmates Search

In this day and age, you want to do everything online because it is fast and efficient. However, when you search for an inmate in the Hunt County Jail, you can relax a little knowing that you can do a quick search for them using this search engine.

This search engine is easy to use. The only thing you need to do is input a date range. You can do so by knowing when they are still in the facility or formally arrested and brought to the county jail.

This search should only take you approximately five minutes to successfully locate the person you were looking for.

Does an Inmate Need Funds?

When an inmate is spending time in the Hunt County Jail, they may ask you for money. If you are wondering if you should give them money, the answer is yes. Inmates can use the funds to purchase items they may need or want from the commissary.

The commissary is the prison store where inmates can purchase items from hygiene products to entertainment items.

You can give an inmate money in the county jail to drop off a money order with the guards in the lobby. When doing so, please have the inmate information on the money order so that the guard can process the transaction as quickly as possible.

Am I Allowed to Write to an Inmate?

Of course! You are more than welcome to write to an inmate. All letters will be opened when coming into the facility. The inmates do get their letters/mail a few days a week. Notes help the inmates lift their morale while they are serving out their time.

Please only write a letter on lined paper with a blue or black ink pen. Do not use markers or crayons on your notes.

Can I Visit an Inmate During COVID?

With the pandemic that is going on in 2020, the world is changing ever so quickly. To ensure the safety and health of the employees and the inmates, there is no visitation from family and friends.

However, the only person that can visit an inmate in the Hunt County Jail during the pandemic is the inmate’s legal team.

The Hunt County Jail is working on video visitation so that those loved ones can keep in touch with their inmates during this difficult time. However, this won’t take full effect until sometime in the distant future.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the sheriff’s office or the Hunt County Jail. An officer can help answer any questions you may have.

Hunt County Prison Statistics

Hunt County Prison Admissions

Asian Prison Admissions -
Native Prison Admissions -
Total Prison Admissions 356
Other Prison Admissions 1
White Prison Admissions 232
Latino Prison Admissions 35
Black Prison Admissions 88
Male Prison Admissions 282
Female Prison Admissions 74

Hunt County Prison Population

Male Prison Population 631
Female Prison Population 85
Total Prison Population 716

Hunt County Prison Population By Race

Asian Prison Population -
Latino Prison Population 78
White Prison Population 405
Other Prison Population 1
Black Prison Population 232
Native Prison Population -

Hunt County Jail Admissions By Race

Native Jail Population 1
Asian Jail Population -
Latino Jail Population 57
Black Jail Population 97
White Jail Population 215

Hunt County Jail Admissions

Female Jail Population 61
Total Jail Admissions 3,702
Total Jail Population 347
Male Jail Population 310

Hunt County Pretrial Jail Population

Female Pretrial Jail Population 27
Male Pretrial Jail Population 158
Pretrial Jail Population 215

Hunt County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for State Prison 32
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 73
Jail Population Held for State Jail 6
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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