Fairfield County Juvenile

Fairfield County Juvenile, OH Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

Updated on: April 9, 2021
Postal Code
Fairfield County
Phone Number
923 Liberty Drive, Lancaster, OH, 43130

About Fairfield County Juvenile

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The Fairfield County Juvenile is situated in Lancaster, Ohio.

The Fairfield County Juvenile is a medium-security facility that is operated under the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office. The Fairfield County Juvenile houses both adult male and adult female offenders. These offenders have been arrested in and around Fairfield County and brought to the Fairfield County Juvenile for booking and processing.

The Fairfield County Juvenile wants to ensure that they provide not only the inmates and staff members, but the visitors to a safe and secure environment when entering the facility. The Fairfield County Juvenile ensures that their operation is as effectively and efficiently as it can be.

The main mission here at the Fairfield County Juvenile is to put the inmates to work, so they are not sitting idle. Inmates will work in the kitchen, laundry room, or the facility sanitation area.

Fairfield County Sheriffs Office / Fairfield County Jail

221 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

What is better than getting a handwritten letter while in the Fairfield County Juvenile? Exactly, nothing. Inmates love getting letters while they are locked away. Letters are many of the inmate’s reasons to keep going day in and day out.

Inmates can receive written letters. All incoming and outgoing mail will be inspected by the Fairfield County Juvenile staff to ensure it is contraband free for the safety of everyone involved.

Sending Money

While an inmate is in the Fairfield County Juvenile, you may not think they need money, but that thought is completely wrong. Inmates in the Fairfield County Juvenile will in fact need money.

Most of the time inmates will need money to purchase things from the commissary in the Fairfield County Juvenile. The Fairfield County Juvenile commissary is their store. In the commissary the inmates will be able to purchase some of the following items:

  • Personal Hygiene Products

  • Snacks

  • Beverages

  • Clothing

  • Entertainment Items

You can send a money order to the Fairfield County Juvenile. You will need to make it out to the facility along with having the inmates name on it.

Phone calls

The Fairfield County Juvenile contracts with inmatesales.com for their phone needs. This service will require you to put money on the inmate’s phone account. You will need to create an account. You can create an account on the above website.

Inmates will also have the chance to make collect calls as well. Collect calls will also cost money, but they will be billed to the receiver of the call. The Fairfield County Juvenile and the inmate are not responsible for any fees that come with the call.


Looking to visit an inmate here at the Fairfield County Juvenile? You will need to get in contact with the Fairfield County Juvenile prior to coming on down to visit them.

The personnel will be able to give you the break down on when they accept visitors, what you will need to bring, and what you cannot bring while visiting an inmate

Typically, you will not be permitted to bring anything into the visitation area except your key to your car and your identification card such as your driver’s license.

Visiting Hours

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.

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