On December 30, 2009, Midland County Jail was relocated to 101 Fast Ice Drive, Midland, Michigan 48642. Jail capacity is 274 beds. The podular design is state of the art, which includes open intake, pods for Trustys, Work Release, Females, Maximum Security, Medium Security and Direct Supervision. The theory for this new jail is to "bring everything to the prisoner, and the prisoner to nothing". Each pod is equipped with its own classroom, video visitation station and an indoor/outdoor recreation room.
MIDLAND COUNTY JAIL CONTACT INFORMATION - 101 Fast Ice Drive, Midland, Michigan 48642 (989) 832-6612
SEND INMATE MAIL TO:
MIDLAND COUNTY JAIL
105 FAST ICE DRIVE, MIDLAND, MICHIGAN 48642
JAIL INMATE MAIL - All mail will be inspected for contraband. Legal mail or paperwork will be opened by the inmate in the presence of a Correction Deputy. You may not put drawings, stickers, perfumes or any other substance on the letter or the envelope. Any mail that does not pass the inspection of the Correction Deputy will be placed in the inmate's property bag and be given to the inmate when they are released from the jail. You may mail photographs to the inmates that can be no larger than what can fit into a 9 1/2" by 4" envelope. Inmates are allowed two photographs in their cells at a time. The content of the photographs must be appropriate and will be inspected by a Correction Deputy. Photographs that are not appropriate will be placed in the inmate's property bag and will be given to the inmate when they are released from jail. You may have two "soft-covered" books mailed to an inmate. These books must be new and be mailed directly from the publisher or a reputable bookstore ex: Barnes and Noble or Amazon. Employees of the MCJ will not sign for any packages that are sent to an inmate. Attorney information included.
JAIL INMATE VISITATION INFORMATION - Inmates in the Midland County Jail have a list of up to 4 people they will accept as visitors. Each inmate is allowed 2 visitors per week. It is the inmate’s responsibility to inform their visitors when visitation is scheduled. No tank tops, halter tops, or low cut shirts. For more information, click VISITOR RULES under Related Resources on the right side of this screen.
How to Make Deposits into Inmate Accounts
24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
Information Needed for Phone or Internet Deposits
Fees for using this will be according to the amount paid.
* Discover, Mastercard, Visa & American Express accepted *
DEPOSITING MONEY FOR MDOC INMATES - Person depositing money into accounts for MDOC Inmates must continue to deposit funds into the prisoner’s MDOC Trust account as they did before the inmate came to the Midland County Jail. For assistance, please go to the website www.michigan.gov/corrections. Click on Frequently asked Questions. Scroll down to Prisoners-Sending money to a prisoner. If you need the prisoners MDOC number, please go to OTIS (Offender Tracking Information System) on your computer or get the number from the inmate. Persons will not be allowed to deposit money into the Midland County Jail account.
**MONEY DEPOSITED INTO THE COUNTY JAIL ACCOUNT FOR MDOC INMATES WILL BE FROZEN UNTIL TIME OF DISCHARGE OF THE INMATE.
NOTE: PUTTING MONEY INTO A MDOC PRISONER'S ACCOUNT (OR ANY INMATE'S ACCOUNT) IN AN EFFORT TO GET AROUND THE SYSTEM COULD RESULT IN PROSECUTION.
JAIL MINISTRY HOURS - Ministry hours are Thursdays 9-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Clergy who wish to visit an inmate are required to sign an agreement which is provided by the Midland County Jail as well as provide the following documentation prior to the visit: photo I.D. - and Pastor’s written consent to visit, on church letterhead. All documents are kept on file for one year.
Directions to Midland County Jail from South of Midland:
I-75 north to Exit 162B (US 10)
Travel West on US 10, then take Exit 129 (Bay City Road)
Turn left onto Bay City Road
Take the first Left onto Rockwell Drive
Take the first Right onto Fast Ice Drive
The Jail is on the left hand side.
How to E-Mail an Inmate
Inmates at the Midland County Jail are now able to communicate with friends and family by email through a system called Enotez. Inmates purchase access to the system which allows them to send an email to a secured web-site. The email MUST come from the inmate first, then the e-mail recipient may respond. The inmate can send out an unlimited amount of emails during the days they have purchased this service. All emails are subject to review and disapproval depending on content.