Lubbock County Detention Center, TX Inmate Roster

Updated on: September 22, 2021
Lubbock 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

Lubbock County Detention Center Basic Information

Facility Name
Lubbock County Detention Center
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
811 Main Street PO Box 10535, Lubbock, TX, 79408
Phone
806-775-7004
Capacity
795
City
Lubbock
Postal Code
79408
State
Texas
County
Lubbock County
Official Website
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Lubbock County Sheriffs Office / Lubbock County Jail

Sheriff
Kelly S. Rowe
Address
811 Main Street, Lubbock, Texas, 79401
Phone
806-775-1400
Fax
806-775-1491
Website
https://www.co.lubbock.tx.us/department/?fDD=29-0

Lubbock County Detention Center, TX is a medium-security temporary detention center in Lubbock County, Texas. It is locally operated by the County Sherriff’s office. The facility acts as a temporary holding for high-profile inmates awaiting trials or low-level misdemeanor offenders who have been sentenced for less than two years. Moreover, it houses offenders arrested by the Lubbock Police Department, the Marshal’s Service, and the surrounding municipals’ police departments.

About the Lubbock County TX Sheriff

Lubbock County Detention Center’s current Sheriff is Kelly Rowe. He was elected into office on 3rd March 2010. Rowe was born in September 1968 in Fort Worth, Texas, and has been in service for a long time. He kicked off his tenure with the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office back in 1999 when he joined as an administrative Lieutenant in the Detention Division. He rose through the ranks, first to Captain in the Detention Branch and later Law Enforcement. He later rose to the rank of Chief Administrator as he served in the Tactical Operations Unit. Until his appointment to the position of Sheriff, Rowe was the Commander of the Honor Guard.

Inmate Mails and Packages

Offenders in all Texas correctional facilities and detention centers are allowed to receive letters and other forms of permitted packages such as magazines, books, postcards, greeting cards, and photos from their loved ones. Even better, they can also keep tabs on their family members through such letters. However, there are rules that guide the sending and receiving endeavor and all incoming mails are subject to inspection.

Some of the rules include the following:

  • Letters should not have contrabands or any illegal attachments
  • Postcards have to be not more than 4′ by 6′ in size and should be unstamped and metered
  • The letters must be written in pencil, black or blue ink
  • The mails should have a return address; mails without a valid return address will not be delivered to the intended inmate.
  • The mails should not contain anything that can compromise the facility’s security.
  • The mails should not depict any form of violence, ethnic purity
  • Inmates cannot send each other mails

These rules are to be adhered to for the mails to be delivered to the intended individuals.

  • Sending Greeting Cards and Postcards

Inmates have the privilege of receiving greeting cards and postcards during holidays and special occasions such as birthdays. However, such should not have inappropriate content such as nudity or depict gang-related signs. They should also not have glitter or stickers.

  • Sending Books and Magazines

Books and magazines are among the most revered items in jail. They come in handy to help inmates pass time in jail. Consequently, Lubbock County Detention Center allows their inmates to receive clean books or magazines. However, these have to be sourced directly from the publishers. This means you cannot send an inmate a magazine or a book in an envelope.

Inmate Commissary

Lubbock Detention Center flaunts a fully-operational commissary store also referred to as inmate canteen. While the facility provided the basic needs that an inmate could need to survive, there are also other additional items that inmates could need that might not be on the facility’s menu. The prison commissary sells inmates commissary items such as the following:

  • Writing materials
  • Supplementary food
  • Envelopes
  • Stamps
  • Hygiene products
  • Playing cards

To purchase these items, inmates have to open up a trust account and fund it accordingly.

  • Inmate Trust Account

An inmate’s trust account acts as the inmate’s bank account while they are incarcerated. This means, their loved ones can deposit funds into the account on their behalf. Consequently, inmates can withdraw funds to make calls, pay for postage, purchase commissary items, send emails, and send photos. They also receive work wages through these accounts.

  • Sending Inmates Money

To deposit funds into an inmate’s trust account, Lubbock County Detention Center recommends the following avenues:

Online; the facility allows online deposits via Access Corrections website. However, to send the funds you have to first create an account on the site.

Via Phone; you can send the money by engaging the following phone number, 1-866-394-0490. To use this means, you will incur a small sending fee.

At the facility; you can also deposit the funds at the facility at the jail lobby.

Via Mail; the detention center also allows to mail money orders through the following address:

Lubbock County Detention Center
INMATE NAME & ID NUMBER
811 Main Street
PO Box 10535, Lubbock, TX, 79408

Inmate Calls

Offenders held at this facility also have the privilege to make calls to their loved ones. However, their loved ones cannot call them directly. In case of emergencies, you can engage the Sheriff’s office to schedule a call. All calls are monitored and recorded for the security of the facility.

Visitations

Lubbock County Detention Center allows inmates to receive visitors on pre-scheduled days. The visits are further accompanied by strict rules and guidelines that have to be followed by both the visitors and inmates. The visits are monitored for security purposes and a deviation from the rules could cause the inmate to lose their visitation privilege. Some of the general visitation rules entail the following:

  • All visits run between 8 am and 9.30 pm
  • Visitors above 17 years old should provide any of the following documents; state-issued ID, Driver’s License, Bar Card, Military Identification Card, Official passport, or relevant law enforcement identification with a photograph.
  • Only one visitor is allowed per visit with up two children
  • Visits are limited to only once per day
  • No shouting, insulting or obscene language
  • Visitors should be dressed modestly, no indecent exposure or obscenely labeled attires
  • No food, drinks, cell phones, bags, or any other items in the visitation rooms
  • Adults should control their children accordingly, no running or horseplay.
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Lubbock County Prison Statistics

Lubbock County Prison Admissions

Asian Prison Admissions -
Native Prison Admissions -
Total Prison Admissions 849
Other Prison Admissions 3
White Prison Admissions 268
Latino Prison Admissions 409
Black Prison Admissions 169
Male Prison Admissions 725
Female Prison Admissions 124

Lubbock County Prison Population

Male Prison Population 1,897
Female Prison Population 146
Total Prison Population 2,043

Lubbock County Prison Population By Race

Asian Prison Population -
Latino Prison Population 942
White Prison Population 540
Other Prison Population 8
Black Prison Population 553
Native Prison Population -

Lubbock County Jail Admissions By Race

Native Jail Population 1
Asian Jail Population -
Latino Jail Population 450
Black Jail Population 239
White Jail Population 369

Lubbock County Jail Admissions

Female Jail Population 175
Total Jail Admissions 17,724
Total Jail Population 1,172
Male Jail Population 884

Lubbock County Pretrial Jail Population

Female Pretrial Jail Population 50
Male Pretrial Jail Population 258
Pretrial Jail Population 1,012

Lubbock County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for State Prison 19
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 78
Jail Population Held for State Jail 8
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison -
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail -
Jail Population Held for ICE 13

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