We are dedicated to the community of Niobrara County, Wyoming through our team work, we will provide a safe and secure detention facility for inmates, staff, citizens and visitors.
Niobrara County, Wyoming has a fourteen bed facility capable of holding adult male and female inmates. Inmates are classified as either being pre-sentenced or sentenced and are 18 years of age and older. Male and female inmates are housed in separated cell blocks.
Should a child be arrested they will not be booked into our facility. They will be transported to a juvenile detention facility outside Niobrara County.
Once a person 18 years or older is arrested and brought to jail, they will be searched, property removed and inventoried. The booking process is completed depending upon the cooperation of the arrested person. Before a person can be released or placed into general housing population, some basic information must be collected about the person to include;
- Legal Name.
- Date of birth.
- AKA Names and date of births used in the past.
- Finger / palm printed.
- Mug and side profile photographed.
- Tattoos photographed.
- NCIC record check completed.
- Strip search before placed into general population.
BAC level must be .000% before release, or placement in general jail population.
- An NCIC warrant check will be completed before release from custody.
The Circuit Court will be informed on all persons arrested and detained in our facility on local charges. This Court will set the bond requirements before release. Bond amounts may not be known for four to eight hours after the arrest.
There is no bond for sentenced inmates who are require to complete their sentence.
Persons arrested or held on a warrant from another jurisdiction will not be released until the holding agency gives authorization for release via law enforcement teletype or the forfeitable bond requirements are met.
Victims of persons detained in our facility
Can check to see if the person is still in our custody by visiting VineLink.com
Please do not depend only on VINE, or any other single program, for your protection. If you have any questions about your protection, please call our office at 307.334.2240. The Helpmate Crisis Center at 307.334.3416 can also provide information on getting a protection order. They may also offer emergency housing to help you get out of an abusive situation.
Life as an inmate in our jail.
Inmates who maintain a cooperative behavior are afforded privileges during their stay in jail.
- Non-contact Visiting
We have contracted with the Wyoming Women Center, WWC female prison to provide meals for county inmates. Inmates will receive an afternoon meal and evening meal from the prison. Breakfast is provided by our detention staff in the form of cold cereal and toast.
Inmate services - Life in jail can be depressing. For inmates who need mental health services. We have contracted with local physical and mental health providers. Inmates who wish to meet with medial care they will need to submit a request to the county nurse. Inmates with the means to pay for these services will be bill for these services.
Person Arrested for DWUI
Will need to have an Addiction Severity Index (ASI) completed before sentencing. The cost for this testing is the responsibility of the person being sentenced. To obtain an ASI screening, you can do so by making an appointment with most any mental health care provider. The ASI services is available in Niobrara County, Wyoming through: Solutions For Life, 905 South Main St, Lusk, WY 82225 Phone 307.334.3666.
Person arrested for DWUI will be held in jail for 12 hours and a BAC level of .000% before release. Some DWUI arrest may be in jail longer depending upon bond requirements.
Is not free for inmates. Access to phone service is depended upon secuirty needs of the jail. When phone service is offered all calls are monitored and recorded. If an inmate attorney call is needed, the attorney should contact the jail 307.334.2240. Attorney must be member of the Wyoming BAR and the attorney retained or assigned to the inmate.
More information on Inmate Phone Service: www.ncic.com
Non Contact Visiting
Any inmate, who has maintaining good displine can receive vistors at the facility. The visiting time are limited to the first come, first served. If you must travel a long distance, call ahead 307.334.2240 and ensure the person is still in our facility and can recieve visitors.
Visiting times are subject to change or terminations without
|Mon. Thurs.||Tues.||Wed.||Fri.||Sat. Sun.|
|No Visiting||9:15 - 10:30 AM||9:15 - 10:30 AM||9:15 - 10:30 AM|
|12:00 - 4:00 PM||12:00 - 4:00 PM||12:00 - 4:00 PM||12:00 - 4:00 PM|
|6:00 - 8:00 PM||6:00 - 8:00 PM|
Inmate Visiting Rules: Download and Print