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Inmates Full Name - Inmate Book-In Number
Inmate Phone Service
During the booking process an inmate can make three free local calls. Please understand that most cell phones are not considered local. This phone is available for inmates to make calls to arrange bail, inform family of their circumstances or to reach an attorney. Booking phones can make collect calls outside of the local dialing area.
All calls are subject to monitoring and/or recording.
The Navarro County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to block phone numbers upon the owner's request due to harassing phone calls, misuse of the phone system (i.e. three-way calling), discussion of criminal activity, or based upon the security and safety of the facility. Any attempt to provide three way connections will result in permanent deactivation of the called number attempting to facilitate the three way connection.
Once an inmate reaches population they can only make collect calls between 8 A.M - 10 P.M on weekdays and 8 A.M. – 11:00 P.M. on weekends. When an inmate calls you collect you are responsible for the collect call fee or if the inmate has purchased phone time, the inmate is responsible for the fee. Please call NCIC Customer Service at 1-800-943-2189 to setup a pre-paid account, get more information, or speak to a customer service representative. - See more at: https://www.ncic.com/ and click Deposit Funds Now
Detention Officers are not allowed to pass messages to inmates either written or verbal for any reason. Any correspondence must be mailed to the inmate.
Visitation is conducted at the Navarro County Detention Center (7) seven days a week between the hours of 830am-11am and 12pm-4pm, excluding inmates that are temporarily housed in the holding cells. Inmates that are housed in population will receive (2) two visits per week, (30) thirty minutes per visit. Inmates that are housed in the holding cells will receive (3) three visits, (30) thirty minutes per visit, while in the holding cells. All visitors must register and schedule their visit at least 24 hours in advance using the NCIC visitation system at https://www.ncic.com . Authorized visitors will wait in their vehicle until their scheduled visitation time. All visitors will be required to wear a mask and only one visitor will be permitted per visit.
Cell phones are prohibited inside the Detention Center Lobby and during the visitation. All visits are subject to monitoring and/or recording, excluding Attorney visits. No person under the age of 17 years old may visit without being accompanied by a legal guardian. Valid state or government issued identification is required to enter the visitation area in order to have a visit. Persons under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will not be permitted.
Failure to follow the directions of staff or to comply with the above requirements could result in the termination of your visit and loss of future visiting privileges and refusal to leave the facility after being asked by an Officer could result in your arrest for Criminal Trespass.
Attorneys are authorized to enter the Navarro County Detention Center to visit their clients. Attorney visits may be face to face or conducted via video visitation. Any other accommodations may be made with authorization of Jail administration. Attorneys may only visit current clients and with business pertaining to the current incarceration.
Attorneys must show a valid government issued identification card and a valid Bar Card. Attorneys will not be granted access if their Bar Card is not up-to-date.
Attorneys are not permitted inside the facility during the hours of 11am-1pm and 4pm-6pm daily, as this is feeding time for the inmates.
Jail Property / Personal Property
Inmates booked into the Navarro County Detention Center, will have all their personal effects inventoried and stored. It is the inmate’s responsibility to contact a reliable individual to obtain his/her personal property if the inmate chooses to do so. If an inmate is to be transferred to a TDCJ facility or State Jail Facility, the inmate’s personal property is to be released to a reliable individual prior to the inmate being transferred. Any person attempting to pick up property must have a valid form of photo identification.
Civilian clothing for inmates going to court (jury trial only) will be accepted at the jail’s Master Control area Monday thru Friday, from 8:00am – 4:00pm. A contact person’s name and telephone number must accompany the property and once the inmate’s court case has ended, the clothing must be picked up within 10 business days from the Master Control area. Failure to pick up clothes within 10 business days will result in clothes being donated to a local charity.
Commissary orders are processed on Tuesday’s at 12 pm; orders are delivered on Thursday’s. Funds must be placed on the inmate’s account by 12 pm on Tuesday in order for inmates to receive store.
Funds can be applied by:
Money order must be mailed in, made payable to “Inmate Trust Fund”
An inmate trust fund slip must accompany the money order. You may obtain a trust fund slip from Master Control in the visitation lobby or by clicking the link below and printing the form.
Family and friends of inmates can now place commissary orders online using the following link: https://orders.tigercommissary.com. All online orders placed for inmates must also be placed by Tuesday at 12 pm.
Any order placed before an inmate’s release will be held for (72) seventy-two hours. If the order is not picked up, it becomes property of the Navarro County Detention Center. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN TO AN INMATE FOR COMMISSARRY AFTER THE INMATE’S RELEASE.
The Navarro County Detention Center, its staff and contractors will not discuss an inmate’s healthcare with any family or friends due to HIPPA laws.