Mercer county correctional

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The original Mercer County Jail at this location opened in
1989 and had a total capacity of 30. The recently completed
addition houses an additional 72 inmates making the total
inmate capacity 102. The jail houses all sentenced and
arrested county inmates as well as Cook County and federal
inmates in transit or awaiting trial. The jail is one of the
Sheriff's Office's primary functions and is required by the
Illinois State Constitution.  The current supervisor of the
correctional staff is Chief of Corrections Justin Hartman, he  
oversees a diverse staff of correctional officers, medical
personnel and specializations including field training
officers.   Officers assigned to the jail perform a number of
essential tasks including booking of arrested persons, inmate
medical screenings, inmate transport, court security and
shakedowns and cell checks.  Please feel free to contact us
directly if you are unable to find what you are looking for on
this page.

Bonding fee $42.00

Visitation  Information:    (No Visitor List Needed)

Inmates are only allowed one visit per day, but can have one
visit each day. The visitation hours are as described below.

A person who has been released from jail custody within the
previous 6 months will not be allowed to visit an inmate in this
facility

Staff reserves the right to cancel any or all visits due to
extenuating circumstances, abuse of visitation or violations of
policy that occur during visits. Staff will do everything
possible to make sure this does not happen. Please conduct
yourself according to policy so as not to lose this privilege.

Please print the names of visitors and the inmate you wish to
visit along with date of birth clearly so that it can be read.

Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
2:30 pm to 9:00 pm

All visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance by
clicking  the following link:   
www.securustech.net

You may also download the Securus Mobile App by following
this link  
GET SECURUS MOBILE

All visitors must be at least 18 years of age and must present
valid state issued ID. There is a 2 adult maximum per visit,
children are allowed  to visit alongside their parent or
guardian.  All visitors must also adhere to the following dress
code:

  • Shirt and shoes at all times
  • No revealing clothing
  • No gang related clothing
  • No hats or other headgear (other than religious)

No items may be dropped off at the jail for inmates.

No food or drinks allowed inside visitation room.

Inmate mail can be sent to the following address:

Inmate Name
c/o Mercer County Jail
906 SW 3rd St.
Aledo, IL  61231

Inmate Banking
Access JailATM.com, mail Money Order/Cashiers
check to inmate at the above address or deposit cash
or credit/debit cards into Kiosk located in the Sheriff's
Office visitation lobby.

Jail ATM

The Mercer County Sheriff's Office has contracted JailATM
to handle inmate money deposits. You must register with Jail
ATM to use the system. Inmate name, I D number and
County of incarceration are used to make these deposits, get
this information from the inmate.

Simply click on the Jail ATM Deposits link on the left side of
this page to learn more or deposit money.
 

Inmate Bonding

Jail ATM.com handles the bail process…
•        Simply go to
www.JailATM.com
•        Create a log-in to pay remote bonds
•        You will need inmate’s name
•        Choose Mercer County Sheriff’s Office
If you need assistance, call customer support at 1-877-810-
0914.  Bails may also be paid in person at the Mercer County
Sheriff’s Office in Aledo, IL.
Sours: https://mercercosheriff.org/jail.html
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MERCER COUNTY, NJ - The Mercer County Correction Center has mistakenly released an inmate, the county announced Friday night.

Clark Green Jr., an inmate at the Correction Center, was mistakenly released from custody on Sept. 23 around 8:30 p.m. in Trenton.

Green, whose date of birth is Oct. 8, 1966, was being held at Mercer County Jail on a charge of theft by deception and while that case has been resolved, Green also had robbery offenses out of Ohio, Mercer County spokesperson said.

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Through an interstate agreement with Ohio, Green was being housed in Mercer on the local charge since Aug. 31, the County spokesperson.

The matter is currently under investigation. The U.S Marshal's NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force is the lead agency in this matter.

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Anyone who sees Green should not engage him or approach him, they should call 911, county officials said.

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2 inmates, 1 employee test positive for COVID in Mercer County Jail

MERCER COUNTY, Ohio (WANE) – The Mercer County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that two inmates in the Adult Detention facility and one jail employee have recently tested positive for COVID-19.

An inmate came into the facility in late August and after roughly 12 days reported to medical staff they they were losing sense of taste and smell and other COVID-like symptoms, the department reports. Medical staff performed a rapid test on the inmate and the result was positive. A second inmate experiencing symptoms has also tested positive. 

The inmates that have tested positive are being quarantined and kept away from other jail population, the department said. Both are currently experiencing mild symptoms and will be monitored. They are under the care of the jail’s two full time nurses and physician.

Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey said that inmates have been offered to be vaccinated. The Health Department comes to the jail once a month to vaccinate inmates who want them.

The positive results have been reported to the Ohio Bureau of Adult Detention as required. 

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TRENTON — An inmate who was "mistakenly" released from custody Thursday by the Mercer County Correction Center remains at large.

As is the protocol for all those released from the prison and don't have a ride waiting for them Clark Green Jr., 65, was taken in the corrections center van to the Trenton Transportation Center, according to county spokeswoman Julie Wilmont. From there he can take a bus or train to his next destination

There is no public transportation available at the jail on Route 29 in Lambertville.

Wilmont did not disclose how the error was discovered. The county put out a release Friday night.

Green was being held on a charge of theft by deception, a case that has been resolved.

He also had robbery offenses out of Ohio and through an interstate agreement Green was being housed in Mercer on the local charge.

The U.S Marshal’s NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force is leading the search for Green.

Anyone who sees Green should not approach him and instead should call 911.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at [email protected] or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–A fight occurred between several inmates last night around 10:15 p.m., at the Mercer County Corrections Center also known as the “Workhouse” at 1750 River Road, lead to a stabbing.

According to a Mercer County Spokesperson, Julie Willmot, a fight occurred last night, Sept. 19, 2021 between several inmates. The fight took place in the New Commitment Unit (intake). One of the inmates involved in the fight had a homemade shank in his possession, which he used to stab another inmate. The inmate who was stabbed was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and will be returned to the Correction Center today.  The weapon was recovered. 


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MERCER COUNTY, NJ — An inmate was stabbed during a fight at the Mercer County Correctional Facility on Sept. 19, officials said.

The fight occurred on the night of Sept. 19 between several inmates at the facilities New Commitment Unit, a County spokesperson told Patch.

One of the inmates involved in the fight had a homemade shank, which he used to stab another inmate, the spokesperson said.

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The injured inmate was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and was returned to the Correction Center later. Authorities have recovered the weapon, the spokesperson said.

The incident is currently under investigation and at this time, no charges have been filed.

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