Mills County Jail, IA Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster
- Postal Code
- Mills County
- Phone Number
- County Jail
- 23 North Vine Street, Glenwood, IA, 51534
- Official Website
About Mills County Jail
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Mills County Jail was built on Sep 26, 1887. This facility is situated in Glenwood, Iowa. The Mills County Sheriff’s Office oversees and makes sure the facility is always passing inspection and safe. There are many inmates in this facility waiting to see the judge or see the judge to get their sentence. There seems to be only a few inmates doing their time and have seen the judge already.
Mills County Sheriff's Office
- 23 North Vine Street, Glenwood, Iowa, 51534
If your friend or family member just got transferred into the Mills County Jail, you will be happy to know that you no longer must call up the correctional facility to get his or her information.
The Mills County Jail prides themselves on having a current inmate list. This inmate list will provide any and all information about the inmate that you will need. The inmate list will solely show those who are currently in custody and not those who have been released.
However, please note it may take a bit of time before the inmate would pop onto the list, if they just got transferred to the facility.
Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check
Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports
Sending a Mail/Care Package
The highlight of most inmate's days in the Mills County Jail is mail time. Mail time is the time of the day where the correctional officers will pass out all handwritten letters and packages.
Please keep in mind, you will need written prior approval to send a package to the facility. You will not be allowed to send a package without approval.
However, the letters can be the highlight to those inmate’s days. The letters should be uplifting. They can contain photos of family, scenery, and the like as well.
Many friends and family members believe that inmates do not need any money when they are in the Mills County Jail and that is further from the truth.
When an inmate wants to write home, he or she will need to have the proper tools, so that they can. Without having stamps, pencils, and paper, he or she cannot do so.
Therefore, it is vital that you send or drop off money orders for them to the facility.
Just like mail time, the inmates love to be able to make phone calls home to their friends and/or family. This is a 15-minute call where an inmate can talk to those people on the outside and get to see what life is like in their absence.
When receiving a phone call from an inmate, you will not be allowed to use call forwarding, three-way calling, or any call features.
Inmates in the Mills County Jail can receive visitors. All visitors will be subjected to a search prior to being allowed on the premises. The facility encourages you to keep all your possessions inside of your vehicle during your visitation.
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.