Captain Greg Tipton
The Jail Division is responsible for the daily needs of pre-trial and post-trial detainees. Those responsibilities include: Daily hygiene needs, banking, food service, laundry service and medical needs. The minimum staffing per shift to safely operate the jail is five.
In order to maintain operation 24 hours per day 7 days a week we currently employ four shift sergeants and 16 corrections officers.
The transportation officers are under the command of the Jail Division. They are tasked with the responsibility of safely transporting inmate/detainees to the Lincoln County Jail from other jurisdictions. They’re jobs also consist of transporting inmate/detainees to various courts, both state and federal as well as transporting inmate/detainees to state and federal prisons.
The Kitchen Staff is under the command of the Jail Division. Their purpose is to provide nutritional meals for the detainees that are incarcerated in the jail. The staff prides themselves on keeping down the overall cost of meals. They prepare three meals each day for every detainee. They are also tasked with complying with any special dietary needs.
Bonding is done 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We accept cash, money orders, and cashier’s checks made payable to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office for bond. Bondsmen are listed in the phone book for surety bonds.
Visitors must sign in thirty minutes ahead of the times listed below to insure visitation hours are kept on schedule. No visitors will be allowed to sign in late.
Jail Visitation Schedule
- A-Pod Saturday 8:00 AM
- B-Pod Saturday 10:00 AM
- C-Pod Saturday 2:00 PM
- D-Pod Saturday 7:00 PM
- E-Pod Sunday 7:00 PM
- F-Pod Sunday 2:00 PM
- G-Pod Sunday 10:00 AM
- Booking Sunday 8:00 AM
Evercom Phone System
To accept collect calls from our phone system you must set up an account with Evercom. Evercom Friends and Family phone number: 1-800-844-6591. You may also setup an Evercom account online. Inmates can purchase phone cards on Mondays only. Money orders must be posted to their accounts 24 hours prior to their purchase.
Inmates may purchase commissary items on Tuesdays only. Their orders will be delivered to them on Thursdays. Money orders must be posted to their accounts 24 hours prior to their orders.