|Manistee County Jail|
The core mission of the Manistee County Jail is to provide safety and security to the residents of Manistee County. It is also our duty to protect detainees and preserve their rights and safety while incarcerated. Like all jails, we have a diverse population that varies in age, gender, legal status, escape risk, and length of stay. All of these factors present a unique challenge to our Jail Staff. There work is a critical part of the criminal justice system. The entire staff serves us well.
The Manistee County Jail was constructed in 1989 and built to house 32 inmates. Due to the increasing need for detainee housing an addition was added in 1998 bringing the current capacity to 52 inmates. The staff of the Manistee County Jail is committed to maintaining the safety and the security of the facility for the citizens of Manistee County, while striving to reach the highest level of professionalism. Therefore, any questions, comments and concerns are welcomed.
Manistee County Jail inmates are allowed two ½ hour, no-contact visits per weekend. Visitors are required to present picture ID to Corrections Officers at the time of visit. Visitors under 18 years of age must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. Individuals currently on probation or parole, or anyone with any pending charges will not be allowed to visit. Before entering the visiting area you must sign up for a time, provide your name, telephone number and current address. Visit times are set up in ½ hour increments. Female visits are from 1:00 to 2:00pm, last sign in by 1:30pm. Male visits are from 2:00 to 5:00pm, last sign in at 4:30pm.
Manistee County Jail
|Last Updated on Friday, 15 January 2010 11:29|
Manistee County Sheriff's Office
1525 E. Parkdale Ave
Manistee, Michigan 49660
Non Emergency Calls Only: (231) 723-8393