About Hamilton County Turning Point
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The Hamilton County Turning Point started out in 1984. During the first few decades of operation, the Hamilton County Turning Point could comfortably house no more than 60 inmates at one time.
Then in the early 2000s, the Hamilton County Turning Point underwent many expansions that increased how many inmates they can house. As of right now, the Hamilton County Turning Point can comfortably house up to 183 inmates. All inmates who are housed in the Hamilton County Turning Point were arrested throughout Hamilton County by law enforcement.
The Hamilton County Turning Point offers many programs. These programs include the following, but not limited to:
Religious Service Groups
Basic Education Classes
Hamilton County Sheriffs Office Patrol - District 1
- 11021 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45231
As of right now, the Hamilton County Turning Point does not have their inmate database online. This means you will have to contact the Hamilton County Turning Point to find out the most up to date information on the inmate in question. When calling them please have the inmate name and their date of birth ready.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
First and foremost, inmates are permitted to send and receive letters while they are in Hamilton County Turning Point.
You can also send inmates clothing as well. What kind of clothing you may ask? The following articles of clothing will be accepted:
Sports Bras (for women)
White Thermal Shirts
White Thermal Pants
When sending clothing to an inmate, you will need to send it from an online retailer. These articles of clothing cannot come from your own personal address. If you ship the package from your own address, it will be refused.
You will also need to ensure your name and the inmate’s name is on the package as well. You can mail the package to the following address:
Hamilton County Corrections
2605 Woodburn Ave, Cincinnati, OH, 45206
To deposit money into an inmate's phone account or their commissary account, you will need to create an account with PayTel.
You can deposit money online or you can come on down to the Hamilton County Turning Point and use the kiosk that is conveniently located in the lobby. The lobby will accept cash, credit, and debit card payments.
The Hamilton County Turning Point used Paytel for their phone service.
What does this mean for you?
You do not have to worry about collect calls, like the old days. Of course, the inmate will have the opportunity to make a collect call, if needed as well.
But, with the Hamilton County Turning Point using Paytel you will have an easier time keeping up to date with when their phone account needs money, how the money is being used, and who the inmate is calling.
Inmates in the Hamilton County Turning Point will only be permitted to have a 15-minute in length phone call, so everyone gets a chance to use the telephones.
The Hamilton County Turning Point knows you need some face to face time with your loved one who is in their custody.
Therefore, the Hamilton County Turning Point permits you to have two free lobby visits per calendar week. However, you will only be able to cash in on one per day. These free visits will only last 15 minutes in length.
You will be required to schedule your visit with a minimum of 24 hours in advance. The scheduled visit will then have to be confirmed by the inmate prior to it being set in stone.
All on-site visits at the Hamilton County Turning Point will happen on Friday between the hours of 1 pm to 4 pm or during the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) between the hours of 8 am to 11 am and then again during 1 pm to 4 pm.
You should also know that you will not have any contact with the inmate. All visitation at the Hamilton County Turning Point is strictly through video calls. This is known as a non-contact visit.
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.