Marion County Jail Inmates

You can locate Marion County Jail Inmates by going to the Facility Inmate Roster. On this page you can review:

  • SID number
  • name
  • lodged date
  • release date
  • court information

If you place your cursor over the name of the inmate, a photo and a personal description will pop up on the screen.

Clicking on the name will allow you to see docket numbers and a list of charges.

You can also view the:

  • Work Release Center Roster
  • Parole and Probation Roster
  • List of Definitions for Inmate Roster Codes

Marion County Sheriffs Office

Do you have questions about visiting? Clearance procedures, dress code and other rules can be found on the Visiting Policies page.  

Did you know that mail to and from the jail has to be a postcard? Find the rules and information about books and magazines at the Inmate Mail and Money page. If you would like to send a gift package to an inmate, go to the iCare Gift Services page to make your selections.

You can add money to an inmate's account by mail, the internet or by cashier's check or money order. Get the details at the 

Questions about telephones? Inmates cannot receive calls. Visit the Inmate Phone Information page for a contact number to set up a prepaid telephone account.

If you are looking for directions as to how to post bail, read the MCCF Bail Information page. Note the critical information shown at the bottom of the page that is necessary when posting bail.

Marion County Courts

Contact and address information for the courts (as well as maps) can be found at the Marion County Circuit Court Locations page.

Another helpful page is the Court Calendar. Clicking on the link will bring you to a page that lists the times, rooms, case information and attorney information.

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