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The Aitkin County Jail is licensed to house up to 80 inmates at any given time. The Aitkin County Jail can only house adult male and adult female inmates. The facility does not house any juvenile inmates.
The Aitkin County Jail employes 14 correctional officers. The correctional officers inside the facility are here to ensure there is a safe, humane, and secure environment for their fellow co-workers, visitors to the facility, and the inmates.
The Aitkin County Jail is mainly composed of people who are waiting for their trial to begin and inmates who have already been convicted and serving out their sentence.
The facility that you see standing today opened their doors back in 2002. In 2002, was when the latest remodel happened. The original structure of the Aitkin County Jail opened back in 1984. The facility was designed with linear cellblocks. The Aitkin County Jail uses direct supervision as their supervision style.
The jail also has the sentence to serve program. This program allows inmates to either reduce their fines or shorten their sentences by doing community service. The inmates will provide their service to schools, charity programs, alongside the community functions by doing various job assignments that consist of construction, yard work, and so much more.
The Huber law is also fully in effect at the Aitkin County Jail. The Huber law is only for non-violent sentenced inmates. This will allow them to keep their current job while they are serving out their time in the Aitkin County Jail. The inmate will be released from the facility to go to their job and return back to the facility at the end of the workday. Inmates who wish to be in the Huber law program will need to have this program included in their sentence and have a job within 60 miles from the Aitkin County Jail.
The Aitkin County Jail offsets their operational costs by enforcing a $20 fee every day for inmates to stay in the facility. This fee will help ease up the taxpayer’s portion payment. Inmates will be given a payment plan among other options on how they can pay their fees. These options will be known as the pay to stay program.
There are times that the Aitkin County Jail will sell their open bed (if any) to other surrounding counties to help relieve some surrounding county jails from overcrowding.
Aitkin County Jail Sheriff's Office
|Address:||217 2nd St NWAitkin, MN 56431|
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Inmate Name, ID, Housing #
Aitkin County Jail
217 Second Street Northwest, Aitkin, MN, 56431
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