Smith County Jail, KS Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

785-282-5180
217 South Jefferson Street, Smith Center, KS, 66967
Smith County Jail

Inmate Records Search

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The Smith County Jail is made of separate jails. The inmates that are behind bars at Smith County Jail are normally short term felonies. 

The location of the sheriff’s administrative offices are inside of this jail.  

How to Find Someone in Smith County Jail

Search our Arrest & Warrant Records database.

The Smith County Jail offers an online record database to the public for anyone that wants to do an inmate search that are in the Smith County Jail. By using an inmate's first and last name, SPN, social security number or by their date of birth, you can do a successful inmate search. 

When doing a successful inmate search, you will be able to find the inmate's past and current charges they have, SPN and what prison facility they are currently located in.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

All mail that is arriving to the Smith County Jail must have the following information:

  •  Inmates Full Name
  • SPAN
  • Inmates Housing Unit
  • Cell Block Location
  • Sender’s  Full Name
  • Sender's Address

Any arriving mail that does not have all the information listed below, will be sent back to sender. 

The jail staff checks all mail that comes into the facility. All mail will be sent back to sender immediately if they are sprayed with perfume, makeup, lipstick, or anything else. 

Inmates are allowed to receive four magazines and two paperback books at a time. Used and hardback books are not permitted. Books have to be sent straight from the publisher and they must be new as well. 

You can send letters, books and magazines to the address listed below: 

Smith County Jail 
217 South Jefferson Street, Smith Center, KS, 66967 

Sending Money

There are several different ways money can be sent to inmates in Smith County Jail.

Kiosk

There are kiosks in the lobbies at 1200 address. In order to deposit funds into an inmate's account, you will need to know the inmates SPN as well as their full name to use this service.

Online

Using the Touchpad website you can make deposits into an inmate's account. The deposit is immediately posted when funding an inmate's account this way. However, this service does have a fee.

Western Union

You can also use Western Union to deposit funds. You call them at 1-800-643-3422, log onto their website or use one of their kiosks as well. $300 is the maximum deposit you can make by either phone or online. There is a service fee involved with this service as well.

You will need to know the following information:

  • Inmates Full Name 
  • Inmate's SPN
  • Code city.

Mail

Money orders and cashier’s checks can be sent to the Jail. Checks need to be payable to the “Inmate Trust Fund” as well as SPN and their name on the bottom. The jail will send the check back to sender if the check is not made payable to "Inmate Trust Fund". Money orders and cashier checks can be sent to the following address:

Smith County Jail
217 South Jefferson Street, Smith Center, KS, 66967

Phone calls

Inmates at the Smith County Jail are not allowed to receive phone calls from family and friends. Although they can make collect calls to family and friends that posses a landline. Inmates are not able to make a collect call to any cell phones. The individual receiving the collect call is responsible for any and all fees associated with the collect calls. The only calls inmates at the Smith County Jail can make are collect calls

Any calling features such as three-way calls and call forwarding are prohibited. If you are found using these features, the call will be disconnected immediately. All calls are monitored and recorded.

Email

Smith County Jail inmates do not have access the internet. Through JPay friends and family can send messages and emails to an inmate.

If family and friends want to keep in touch with  an inmate they can do so through JPay. However, there are fees assosiated with JPay.

Visiting Rules

At the Smith County Jail visitation is a privilege. Without any warning, a visitation can be provoked. Before visitors are allowed in the visitation area they must have their government ID on them.

Inmates are permitted 2 adults and 2 children visitors during visiting hours at a time. Children must be accompanied by their legal gardian.  Visitors must follow the jail's dress code rules.

Inmate Mailing Address

Inmate Name, ID, Housing #
Smith County Jail
217 South Jefferson Street, Smith Center, KS, 66967

Smith County Jail Information

Jail Name Smith County Jail
Jail Type County Jail
Location 217 South Jefferson Street, Smith Center, KS, 66967
Phone 785-282-5180
City Smith Center
Postal Code 66967
State Kansas
County Smith County
Jail Webpage website

Visitation Hours

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
Holiday

How Often Can I Visit?

Inmates at the Smith County Jail are allowed to have one 20-minute visit each visitation day.

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