- Phone: 307-684-5584
Inmate will be seen by the Judge or court who will set bond within 72 hours of arrest. If you have questions about bonds during working hours please call the courts.
- Circuit Court phone: 307-684-5720
- District Court: 307-684-7271
Cash ONLY Bonds: Bring cash money to the Sheriff’s Office
Cash or Corporate Surety Bonds: Can use a Bondsman or pay cash
The following is a list of some of the bondsman available in this area, this list does not include every bondsman available please find more in the phone book.
Each person that is in custody in the jail has a commissary account where their money is held. Any money they had on them during arrest is placed in this account. Any outstanding debt from a prior incarceration in the detention center will be collected at that time. Only cash, money orders, or cashier’s check will be accepted for deposit into their commissary account either through the mail or dropped off at the detention center. No payroll or personal checks will be accepted. If the inmate owes money to the detention center when money is added to their account part of the money added to the account will go towards this debt. When an inmate is released from the detention center the detention center issue them a check in the amount of the balance of this account.
Telephone System and Use
There are telephones provided in each block. The inmates have access to them during the hours that they are not confined to their cells. The calls from these phones are collect or they can purchase a phone card through their commissary if they have funds available.
Inmate calls are monitored and recorded.
All incoming mail must be delivered via the U.S. Postal System. Mail will be distributed to inmates six days a week. Incoming mail with an incomplete return address will not be delivered and will be destroyed. All incoming mail shall be opened and inspected for contraband, money orders, cash, or cashier checks. Incoming mail will be scanned, but will not normally be read unless circumstances present a compelling reason to do so. The exception to this policy is legal or official mail. Mail from an attorney, court, and court official, or identifiable legal entity may only be opened in the inmate’s presence and then only to be inspected for contraband. The inspection is strictly for the purpose of insuring that contraband is not being sent into the facility and shall be done in such a manner so as not to violate the confidentiality of the communication. Legal and official mail must be enclosed in an envelope that is readily identified as having originated from an official source before it can be treated as such, and must be clearly marked legal mail. Any mail containing contraband will not be delivered or returned.
Unauthorized items include, but are not limited to; stamps, stationery, writing instruments, items containing glue, drawings, computer generated print-outs, over-sized greeting cards, credit cards, blank checks, plastic items, jewelry, candy, food, Polaroid/instant print pictures, sexually explicit photographs, and anything used to conduct a business. Mail containing unauthorized items will be destroyed. All inmate-to-inmate communication via the mail must be approved, including mailings between other federal and state institutions. Only mail between immediate family members in custody will be approved, if the relationship is documented.
Outgoing mail (other than legal mail) will always be opened, checked for contraband and scanned for correspondence not conclusive to the safety, order and management of the facility. A Sheriff’s Office staff member will stamp all outgoing mail identifying it as ‘Inmate Mail” from an inmate at the Johnson County Detention Center.
Incoming mail not addressed like the following example may be returned to the Post Office as not deliverable or its delivery to the inmate may be delayed considerably:
Inmates Full Name
Johnson County Detention Center
639 Fort Street
Buffalo, WY 82834
An Inmate at this facility will be able to choose 5 adult visitors to visit them during the designated times. When an inmate chooses 5 visitors, Detention Staff will validate the approval of said visitors. Listed visitors will have to provide valid ID at time of visitation. This facility utilizes a video visitation system.
RULES and REGULATIONS
All visitors will conduct themselves in a courteous, polite and professional manner. Please be respectful of other visitors and their visitation time.
Any visitor that appears, or is found to be under the influence of anything, will immediately have to leave.
All visits will be monitored and recorded. No vulgar language or inappropriate behavior will be tolerated. If this is found to be breached, the visitation will be terminated for the session and may be indefinitely.
Wednesday A and C Blocks, 7 pm to 9:30 pm
Thursdays B, D and E Blocks 7 pm to 9:30 pm
Saturdays A and C Blocks, 9:30 am to 11:30 am, 1 pm to 4 pm
Sundays B, D and E Blocks 9:30 am to 11:30 am, 1 pm to 4 pm
Effective February 1, 2021
Applicant fingerprint services are now available at the Detention Center without an appointment.
Due to Covid-19, Detention staff will screen all applicants for coronavirus in the Detention Lobby. Applicants will not be allowed to enter the Fingerprint Room if they have any symptoms of coronavirus (reported or observed), or a fever of 100 degrees or above.
Applicants must put on a mask and sanitize their hands before entering the jail. Detention will provide hand sanitizer, but applicants must provide their own mask.
There is a $5.00 fee for fingerprints. We accept cash and local (Johnson County) checks. Exact change is appreciated.
Captain Wes Killian
- Phone: 307-684-5584
- Email: email@example.com
Sergeant Colter Chapman
- Phone: 307-684-5584
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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