Wichita County Jail Downtown Facility, TX Inmate Roster

Updated on: January 4, 2021
Wichita 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

Wichita County Jail Downtown Facility Basic Information

Facility Name
Wichita County Jail Downtown Facility
Facility Type
County Jail
900 7th Street, Wichita Falls, TX, 76301
Wichita Falls
Postal Code
Wichita County
Official Website
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Wichita County Sheriffs Office / Wichita County Jail

900 7th Street, Wichita Falls, Texas, 76301

Sheriff David Duke is responsible for the operation here at the Wichita County Jail. The Wichita County Jail is like any other county correctional facility that is operated by the sheriff’s office.

Three groups of offenders get brought into the Wichita County Jail. The first group is offenders who were arrested in the county limits and are booked into the facility.

The second group is offenders who are not offered bail or who do not have enough money to make bail. So, these people are stuck in the facility until they are found not guilty.

The last group of offenders is people who have gone through their trial and were found guilty and sentenced. These people typically only have misdemeanors and will serve around 36 months.

Inmate Roster

To make things much easier on you, you do not have to look much further than this inmate roster when trying to find vital information on an offender in the Wichita County Jail. Yes, you’ve read that right, it does not get any easier when trying to locate an offender who is in this correctional facility.

Please keep in mind that this inmate roster is available for you to look through 24 hours a day, but this inmate roster is not their police record and should not be taken as fact. If you would like the official police record, you will need to contact the arresting police department for that information.

Inmate Mail

The Wichita County Jail does not offer many things to their inmates, but they do offer the inmates to send letters home. The reasoning behind this is that the Wichita County Jail wants inmates to communicate with their loved ones. They want these inmates to have a strong family connection or at least have a great support system for when they officially get released. This can be done through communication whether it is writing letters or talking via the telephone.

Inmate Money

There are a few ways you can give an inmate money. The first and most conventional way to do so is by creating an account with Access Corrections. Access Corrections is a lifesaver. This allows you to deposit money into an account from the internet. However, this way does incur a fee, but for many, it is still the best way to deposit money.

Another way is to send either a cashier’s check or money order to the facility directly. When doing so, you need to make sure that the money order or the cashier’s check is filled out completely.

The last way is for those who live close to the facility. But if you are close, you can use the kiosk in the lobby. The kiosk will accept card payments only. No cash.

Inmate Calls

The Wichita County Jail has two ways an inmate can call you. The first way has been around for years. It is calling collect. Yes, you’ve remembered those pesky collect calls that charge the receiver money. Well, inmates in the Wichita County Jail can call collect. However, you need a landline phone to get these calls.

The second way is using GTL. GTL is a third-party company that the facility uses. This option is much cheaper than the first and it will allow those with cell phones to receive calls from the inmates too.

Inmate Visits

The Wichita County Jail has ceased all visitation effective immediately. This is due to the Texas Government Code on the Coronavirus pandemic. There has not been any visitation since March 13, 2020, and will not be until the government deems it is safe to open up visitation in these facilities.

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