Thursday, February 3, 2011
Alcorn County, Mississippi
We are located at
305 South Fulton Drive
Corinth, Mississippi 38834
Phone: (662) 286-5521
Fax: (662) 286-7773
Our Jail Administrator: Pat Marlar
The Alcorn County Jail, is an 36 bed Tobacco Free Facility, it is designed to house County, State, Male and Female inmates. Inmates are not allowed to receive calls, Inmates are capable to make out going calls ONLY.
Visiting hours for the general population is Saturday between the hours 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Visiting hours for trusties is Sunday between the hours 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. The visits are conducted within the Visitor center, The Visitor center is designed so that no physical contact can be made, as such no items will be delivered to any inmates.
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The Sheriff's Office prides itself in community involvement. Not only do the people of Alcorn County support the efforts of local Youth programs, they help provide for them as well.
We're it not for the businesses, parents, and caring supporters who contribute time, money, and resources we would not be able to provide any of the services currently offered. The people of this county have opened their arms and hearts to the kids around them. They have paid for equipment, supported fund raising events, volunteered expertise to teach kids new skills and activities, and in the process they have proven to surrounding communities just how good things can be.
The officers and volunteers involved in this process work diligently and at length to earn that commitment. We appreciate the contribution jour friends and neighbors make and hope to repay it through the success of our endeavors. An American author, James Baldwyn, once said, "Our children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them". We hold such thinking dear and believe that the people supporting us appreciate the common sense approach we have taken to close the gap between having problems and needing solutions.
Give the businesses here, which help meet our needs, the first opportunity for your patronage. Support local charities first and get involved with your local school and civic activities. You might be surprised at the difference you make in your community… and in yourself.
Sheriff Charles Rinehart