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This jail is a medium-security jail. It is situated in the city of Byrdstown, Pickett County, IL. This detention center houses juvenile inmates. The age range of inmates is usually below 6 years of age. They are inmates who are found guilty of crimes that come under Tennessee state jurisdiction and law.
Inmates in this jail are usually there for about a year or more. They are convicted of serious felony crimes.
The prison is operated and maintained by the Tennessee Department of Corrections (DOC)
Pickett County Jail is situated at 7 North Bridge Street
Room 203, Byrdstown, IL, 54729. This county jail is not designed to hold prisoners for longer than 3-years. Inmates who have to serve longer times will be sent to state prison.
The Pickett County Jail seeks to keep the community safe by creating a safe and secure place for offenders. They also seek to rehabilitate inmates by offering them rights, privileges, and resources so that they can have a better future when they get out of jail.
Visiting the Inmate
Visitation is encouraged for inmates because inmates who stay in contact with their families outside the detention center have been proven to be more likely to be rehabilitated.
Visitation times are as follows:
Sunday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
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
The facility is closed to visitors on holidays.
There are some strict guidelines that visitors need to follow in and around the jail. These rules are there to ensure the safety of inmates, officials, and visitors.
The maximum amount of visits that an inmate can receive is one visit per week. There cannot be more than three visitors per visit. This is including children and toddlers.
There are some items that are considered contraband in the person of visitors who visit the detention center. Some of such items are:
Cell phones, radios, tape recorders, MP3 or CD players, electronic tablets, computers, etc.
Tobacco products, lighters, and matches
Baby strollers and all other types of baby bags or purses. Food, drink, candy, gum, are also prohibited.
Also prohibited are Weapons of any kind, pocket knives, box cutters, pepper spray, or any illegal contraband
Tools, fingernail clippers, hair picks, combs, brushes, lipstick, etc.
Books, magazines, newspapers, toys, games, umbrellas are also strictly prohibited.
There is a specified dress code for all inmates. The following kinds of clothing are therefore highly prohibited.
Tank tops, tube tops, low cut tops or dresses. Shorts must be knee-length. Mini skirts are prohibited etc. (Any clothing item deemed inappropriate by staff).
The Visitation week runs from Monday through Sunday. Visiting times, however, differ depending on when the visitor decides to visit.
Inmates are not allowed to own cell phones or receive calls. But there are facilities owned Jones for their use If they wish to call out of the prison.
Inmates may even make collect, prepaid collect, or prepaid calling card calls from the phones available. Inmates can talk for 20-minutes. After that, the call will automatically end.
Commissary and Money Sending
Inmates may occasionally need to obtain items that are not made available by the county jail. These items will be available at the jail store at the Pickett County Jail. The store is called commissary.
Inmates will be able to purchase items such as clothes, shoes, hygiene products, books, paper, pencils, stamps, envelopes, MP3 players, headphones, tablets (no internet), snacks, and other items they may want.
Inmates need to have money in their accounts in order to buy these items. The inmates or their families can out the money in their accounts for them.
There are kiosks at strategic places throughout the Pickett County Jail lobby. You can put money on an inmate’s account at any time throughout the week. VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and cash are accepted at these machines. You can also send cash to the prisoner in the mail. No checks will be accepted.
The Pickett County Jail is a county jail. Some prisoners who have not been sentenced may be bonded out. Bonds can be posted at any time of the day.
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|Address:||1 Courthouse Square, Byrdstown, Tennessee, 38549|
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One Courthouse Square Suite 300, Byrdstown, TN, 38549
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|Jail Name||Pickett County Jail|
|Jail Type||County Jail|
|Address||One Courthouse Square Suite 300, Byrdstown, TN, 38549|
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