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Aug 26 2019

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Search for inmates incarcerated in Fayette County Jail, Connersville, Indiana. Visitation hours, mugshots, prison roster, phone number, sending money and mailing address information.

Fayette County Jail, IN Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster

Fayette County Jail inmate search: Information Recorded, Who’s in jail, Complaint, Case Description, Arrests, Bond Amount, Criminal Records, Eye Color, Eye Color, Criminal Records, Race, Defendant Record, Booking Date, Bond, Release Date, Jail Roster, Mugshots, Charges, Bookings, Booking Time, Bond Amount.

The Fayette County Jail was opened for employee training and orientation. Later, inmates began being housed in the jail.

The goal of the Fayette County Jail is to create a safe, secure and humane environment for both staff members and inmates.

Former Sheriff, architects, and jail consultants toured eight jails in Indiana. A combination of the best attributes of each jail was used in determining the layout of the Fayette County Jail. The result is a non-linear, direct/indirect supervised facility. There are pods for maximum security, minimum security, a dormitory housing unit and barracks for work release inmates.

This facility houses individuals who are officially charged with a crime or waiting for trial of a crime.

Fayette County Jail Prison Information

Jail Name Fayette County Jail
Jail Type County Jail
Location 123 West 4th Street, Connersville, IN, 47331
Contact Numbers 765-825-0901
City Connersville
Postal Code 47331
State Indiana
County Fayette County

Inmate Resources for Family and Friends

Public Records Online Search

Criminal Records and Contact Info aggregated from real law enforcement agencies and government court houses.

Use jail website to find the inmate roster in Fayette County Jail. You can search them by name, by charge, or by recent arrests.

When you find who you are looking for, click on his or her name, and you will see

Their eye and hair color

Their court date (if applicable)

Their booking date/time

An inmate’s status is informational only and may contain errors. All inmates are innocent until proven guilty and convicted of a crime.


In order to maintain the security and safety of the inmates and staff, all inmate postal mail must be sent as follows.

Send all correspondence to the following address:

Fayette County Sheriff’s Office
123 West 4th Street, Connersville, IN, 47331

The inmate’s name and ID number must be clearly printed on the outside of the envelope.

All regular inmate postal mail will be scanned into the system and available to the inmates to view their postal mail via the inmate kiosks.

Upon their release, inmates can log into and enter their inmate number and password and download their Photos, Messages, and Postal Mail for free.

If you need to add money to a commissary account, you may contact Commissary at this phone number: 765-825-0901, You can also come to the Sheriff’s office lobby during the hours of 7 AM to 11PM excluding holidays.

Inmates at Fayette County Jail can only make outgoing calls. No incoming calls are allowed. Inmates are allowed to make collect calls only. Inmates are not allowed to locate or look up phone numbers.

Here is the schedule a visitation at Fayette County Jail.

All visitations are scheduled online. All visitors must be registered online. Both adults and children need to be registered in order to set up visitation.

Call within 24 hours of your visitation. The following are the visitation policy and rules:

Visitation policy

Purses, wallets, and bags are not allowed in visitation.

All visitors must abide by the dress code (see below).

Cell phones are not allowed.

All visitors must pass through a metal detector.

Only four visitors are allowed at one time.

Visitors can only schedule one visit a day.

Visitors need to leave a state-issued ID in order to visit.

Only four people are allowed to visit an inmate at a time.

One scheduled inmate visitation will be allowed per week. Visitation days are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Depending on the inmate’s pod, your time to visit will be scheduled between 8 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.

Each housing unit has at least two designated times a week when visitation can occur.

If the inmate is in H Building, Park in the H Building parking lot and go directly to H Building to sign in.

Dress Code

When you visit an inmate in Fayette County Jail, you need to abide by the following dress code:

Shirts must cover cleavage.

No “see through” shirts/tops.

Shirts must cover midriff.

No tank tops, halter tops, spaghetti straps, sleeveless shirts, or tube tops allowed. The shirt must completely cover the shoulders.

When wearing shorts, skirts, or dresses, the end of your fingertips should not pass the end of the fabric when you are standing with your arms by your sides.

No sagging or excessively baggy pant/shorts.

Violation of the visitation rules will result in a ban from future visits indefinably.

Inmates at Fayette County Jail can only make outgoing calls. No incoming calls are allowed. Inmates are allowed to make collect calls only. Inmates are not allowed to locate or look up phone numbers.

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

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.


Fayette county jail inmates


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