About Miami County Jail
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The Miami County Jail was constructed in 1978. When the Miami County Jail was constructed it was under Sheriff L. Ray Patterson’s careful watch.
Throughout the years, the Miami County Jail expanded and expanded again. As of today, Miami County Jail can comfortably hold 22 inmates.
The Miami County Jail employs around 50 people. Most of these people are correctional officers that ensures that Miami County Jail runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Miami County Sheriffs Department
- 209 South Pearl Street, Paola, Kansas, 66071
Unlike a handful of county jails that have not made the switch and put their inmate rosters on the internet, Miami County Jail has their inmate roster available online. This will allow you to check the inmate roster 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
You can search the inmate roster by the following information:
As of date
Starting Inmate Name
You should always keep in mind that the database is updated regularly but depending on what is going on with the inmate in question, it may not always display the most current information.
For instance, if the inmate is in and out of court, it may not display the most up to date information. If that is the case, you should contact the Miami County Jail with your questions, or you can wait a while for the database to update again to show the correct information.
Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check
Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports
Sending a Mail/Care Package
Inmates can receive letters, while they are in the Miami County Jail. But you should refrain from your letters having any of the following subject matters:
Gruesome Subject Matter
Sexually Explicit Images
If your letter has any of the following, it will be discarded, and the inmate will not be given it.
You should address your envelope according to the following:
Miami County Jail
, Paola, KS, 66071
Inmates may also receive soft-sided Bibles. The only catch for sending a Bible to the Miami County Jail is they will need to be sent to the facility from the supplier and/or publisher.
Inmates can also receive tennis shoes as well, but just like the Bibles, they will need to be sent to the Miami County Jail from the supplier and/or publisher.
All other packages and items will need to be approved by the Jail Administration prior to you sending them.
The Miami County Jail has made it easier than ever for you to deposit money into an inmate's account.
First off, if you live local to the Miami County Jail, you can drop off a money order or cashier's check. The Miami County Jail does not accept cash.
If you do not live local to the Miami County Jail, you can mail the money order or cashier’s check to the following address:
Miami County Jail
, Paola, KS, 66071
If you are tech-savvy, you can deposit funds using JailATM.com. If you opt-in to use Jail ATM you should be aware that there is a service fee.
Inmates do not have many privileges in the Miami County Jail, but one of their main ones is being able to use the telephone to call home.
All calls will be collected. All calls will be limited to 15 minutes. All calls will be recorded and monitored.
Inmates will be permitted two non-contact visits per calendar week. Visits will not be less than 20 minutes. The Miami County Jail uses this following visitation schedule
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
Sunday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.