MONTGOMERY COUNTY SHERIFF’S JAIL DIVISION

Jail Administration: Lt. Eric Foree – Assistant Jail Administrator Sergeant Jeremy Penning
Phone: 573-564-8086 — Fax: 573-564-2982

Montgomery County Jail Policy PREA Sexual Abuse Prevention & Identification

Volunteer-Contractor PREA Training Manual 

Volunteer Rules and Regulations

Volunteer Code of Ethics

Volunteer Information Form

Volunteer Waiver Form  

NOTICE TO VISITORS:

Persons entering the Montgomery County Jail to visit Inmates shall adhere to the following rules and regulations: (Attention: All Inmate and Visitation Phones may be monitored or recorded.)

  1. You are required to present a governmentally issued and valid photo ID.
  2. You are prohibited from bringing into the visitation area, cell phones, cameras, recording devices audio or visual, purses, bags, brief cases, coats, and jackets. Lockers are provided in the Visitation Lobby for you to store these items or you may return them to your vehicle prior to entry.
  3. By entering you are consenting to a search of your person and possessions. Should you refuse this search your visitation privileges shall be revoked and you shall be escorted from the facility. Failure to comply with directives to leave the facility shall result in your arrest and criminal prosecution.
  4. Visitors shall adhere to the posted Dress Code.
  5. Any individual that damages the Visitation Area by purposely scratching or peeling the paint shall be arrested and criminally prosecuted.
  6. Any individual attempting to introduce firearms or narcotics into this facility will be arrested and criminally prosecuted.
Male Inmate Visitation ScheduleFemale Inmate Visitation Schedule
Saturday: 9:00am – 12:00pm & 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 12:00pm & 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Saturday: 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Sunday: 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Visits are limited to 30 minutes each.

VIDEO VISITATION:

The Montgomery County Jail prides itself in utilizing the latest in available technology. TurnKey Corrections (TKC) owns, operates and manages the video visitation system. This system allows inmates and their family/friends to option to forgo responding to the jail for a visit and see their loved one via online video accessible through your home computer or smartphone.

  • To access this feature, go to inmatecanteen.com and set up an account.
  •  Inmates may access video visitation in their assigned housing unit anytime from 7:00am-10:45pm, additionally two video visitation systems are outside the jail in the lobby for family and friends to access as well from 7:00am-10:45pm should family and friends not have access to a smartphone or computer.

VISITOR DRESS CODE:

Persons entering the Montgomery County Jail to visit Inmates shall adhere to the following Dress Code:

Female Visitors Age 12 and Older:

  • Shorts shall cover customarily covered areas of the anatomy, including the buttocks and crotch area, both when standing and sitting. Shorts may be no higher than mid-thigh. Short-shorts, jogging shorts, cut-offs, and other obviously inappropriate short garments are Prohibited.
  • Skirts and dresses shall extend no higher than mid-thigh, seated.
  • Slits in skirts and dresses shall rise no higher than mid-thigh, seated.
  • Sheer (see-through) clothing is Prohibited.
  • The top of clothing shall be no lower than the underarm in the front and back. Bare midriffs and strapless tops, tube tops, and swimsuits are Prohibited.
  • Shoes shall be worn at all times.
  • Recognized gang “colors” and other gang displays are Prohibited.

Male Visitors Age 12 and Older:

  • Shorts shall cover customarily covered areas of the anatomy, including the buttocks and crotch area, both when standing and sitting. Shorts may be no higher than mid-thigh. Short-shorts, jogging shorts, cut-offs, and other obviously inappropriate short garments are Prohibited.
  • Shirts shall be worn at all times. Muscle shirts, bare midriff shirts, and sleeveless shirts are Prohibited.
  • Shoes shall be worn at all times.
  • Gang “colors” and other gang displays are Prohibited.

BONDING PROCEDURES:

PAYMENT OPTIONS:
VISA / MASTERCARD / DISCOVER CARD — 24-Hr./7-Days a Week

** HANDLING FEES APPLY**
$2.00 Minimum, + 4% of the total for payments over $50.00.

**QUESTIONS: Court Money – Ask a Court Clerk for details or call
1-800-352-9870 To Make A Payment.

WHEN YOU CALL, YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW:

  1. Inmate’s Name
  2. Inmate’s Booking Number
  3. Cash Bond Amount
  4. Once payment has been made, the Montgomery County Jail will not be able to proceed with Bonding until notification has been received from Court Money.
  5. If notification is received and the Cash Amount or the Bonding Fee is incorrect, you will have to call Court Money and get this corrected before the Bonding Process will proceed.

INMATE MONEY:

Money may be deposited onto an Inmate’s Account in the following ways:

  • Inmatecanteen.com money can be deposited onto an inmate’s account via credit or debit card.
  • Kiosk’s are located inside the elevator entrance on the west side of the building. Both credit/debit cards as well as cash may be deposited using the kiosk.
  • No cash, checks, or money orders may be sent in by mail.

KIOSKS:

Each housing unit within the facility is equipped with a Kiosk. This Kiosk allows the Inmates to:

  • Send and receive text and emails
  • Order commissary
  • Receive and view photographs
  • Receive video calls
  • Submit requests and grievances

In order for the general public to utilize text, email, photographs, and video calls they must go to Inmatecanteen.com and create an account. Once an account has been created you will be able to communicate with the Inmate, add funds to their account, and order commissary on their behalf.

INMATE MAIL:

All Inmates may receive mail through U.S. Postal System. There is generally no limit to the amount. For sending mail to an Inmate, address the mail as follows:

Inmate Name
Montgomery County Jail
211 E. Third Street
Montgomery City, Mo. 63361

  •  ALL INCOMING MAIL MUST HAVE A RETURN ADDRESS AND THE SENDER’S FIRST AND LAST NAME.
  •   No personal checks or money orders will be accepted for any reason.
  •  No sexually explicit books, photos, drawings or reading material will be accepted into the Jail.

RELEASE OF INMATE MONEY OR PROPERTY:

The jail permits Inmates to release personal property and/or valuables to a family member or friend by completing and signing a Property Release Form.

Persons receiving the property shall sign the Property Release Form acknowledging receipt of that property.

  • Money shall not be released to anyone other than the Inmate or transporting agency.
  • Upon release from our facility, remaining funds will be placed onto a debit card and given to the Inmate.

CONTRABAND:
All incoming mail is opened and check for contraband. Legal mail is opened in front of the inmate and checked for contraband. All mail for ICE detainees is open and inspected for contraband in front of the detainee.

If contraband is found, the detainee shall be notified and the contraband and its container shall be returned to the sender.

REJECTION OF INCOMING MAIL:
Incoming and Outgoing General Correspondence may be rejected to protect the security, good order, or discipline of the institution; to protect the public; or to deter criminal activity.

  • When incoming or outgoing mail is confiscated or withheld (in whole or in part), the detainee shall be notified and given a receipt
  • Both sender and addressee shall be provided written notice by way of post card, signed by designated staff, with explanation, when the facility rejects incoming our outgoing mail.
  • Written appeals to a decision of rejected mail may be made to the Jail Administrator.
  • (Note: appeals must be made in writing)

Montgomery County Jail
211 East 3rd Street
Montgomery City MO 63361