About Myrtle Point City Jail
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Between 1971 to about 1985, the Myrtle Point City Jail only was composed of two cells that were sat right next to one another in the communications portion of the Myrtle Point City Hall.
The patrol officers were responsible for processing and booking the inmates while the dispatchers would be the ones who oversaw supervising the inmates as the city jail had no real detention officers.
Then in 1986, the Myrtle Point City Jail moved to the Myrtle Point Municipal Center. This new jail would be composed of six single cells alongside three holding cells near the booking area. The patrol officers would then again oversee processing and booking inmates while the dispatchers would still oversee supervising the inmates.
The Myrtle Point City Jail that you see today on (424 5th St., Myrtle Point, OR, 97458) was officially in use starting on August 2, 2004. This facility contains 64 jail cells within four different cell units. The facility also comes equipped with isolation cells, holding cells, and medical cells as well.Suggest Edit
If you are in search of an inmate list for the Myrtle Point City Jail, you will not find this inmate list online. You will need to call the Myrtle Point City Jail at the number provided to get all information on all inmates who have been, currently in, or transferred out of the Myrtle Point City Jail.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
While an inmate may not always be able to talk to you via the telephone, an inmate can have the chance to receive your handwritten letters.
You are more than welcome to send handwritten letters to an inmate while they are in the Myrtle Point City Jail. The Myrtle Point City Jail will always examine all mail before being distributed to the person it was addressed to.
An inmate will need funds while they are in the Myrtle Point City Jail. Whether the funds are to purchase items from the commissary or to pay off their dues that they owe.
An easy way to give an inmate funds is to stop by the correctional facility and drop off a money order to the detention officer in the lobby.
Myrtle Point City Jail inmates are limited to 15-minute collect call telephone conversations with their loved ones.
Visitation schedule changes occasionally at the Myrtle Point City Jail. You will need to call the correctional facility to find out when they allow visitors for their inmates.
Monday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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