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Abbeville County Jail, SC Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster

Abbeville County Jail
Facility Name
Abbeville County Jail
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
21 Old Calhoun Falls Road PO Box 9, Abbeville, SC, 29620
Phone
864-446-6250
Capacity
105
City
Abbeville
Postal Code
29620
State
South Carolina
Country
Abbeville County
Official Website
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 Closed

The Abbeville County Jail is located in Abbeville, South Carolina. This facility is frequently known as the Abbeville County Sheriff’s Department Corrections Bureau. 

The Abbeville County Jail is made up of two facilities. 

On average, the Abbeville County Jail holds around 105 inmates.The Abbeville County Jail staffs around 300 correctional officers. 

This facility is a direct supervision facility. The Abbeville County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the Abbeville County Jail

Keeping and maintaining an up to date database of all current inmates. That is what the Abbeville County Sheriff's Department does.

The Abbeville County Jail has its jail roster open with their current arrests available to the general public by the Abbeville County Sheriff's Department. This database can be found on the Abbeville County Sheriff’s Department official website.

The Abbeville County Jail has its roster in alphabetical order by the inmate's last name. When doing a successful inmate search you will be able to find the inmate information listed below:

  • Inmate's Full Name
  • Booking Date & Time
  • Future Released Date
  • Ethnicity
  • Gender
  • Arresting Agency
  • Race
  • Charges
  • PNC Number

Unfortunately, there are no mugshots in this database. You will need to get a hold of the Abbeville County Jail if you would like more information about an inmate.  

Here is the phone number to the Abbeville County Jail at 864-446-6250.

The Abbeville County Jail inmates are allowed to get written letters from their family and friends in the mail. For safety reasons, all letters get inspected by Abbeville County Jail employees when the letters arrive. The letters will get pass out to the correct inmates after they get checked. 

When you send items to the prison along with your letters, there are a number of things you are not allowed to send. Here is a list of items that are not allowed: 

•    Plastic
•    Glitter
•    Stamps
•    Metal
•    Confetti
•    String
•    Ribbons
•    Gang Related Items
•    Polaroids
•    Lipstick/Lip Gloss/Chapstick
•    Pencils
•    Pens
•    Perfume
•    Writing Paper
•    Envelopes
•    Music Cards
•    No photographs larger than 5×7”

Inmates at the Abbeville County Jail who isn't a level 1 or a 2 can receive books, magazines, and newspapers as well. The books, magazines, and newspapers will need to be sent directly from the bookstore or publisher to the Abbeville County Jail. All books being sent to the Abbeville County Jail will have to be new and paperback. Any and all used and hardcover books are not allowed. Books will be sent back to the sender if they are hardcovered or used. 

Here is the mailing address for inmates in the Abbeville County Jail is listed below: 

(Inmate's full name) (Inmate's Booking ID #)
21 Old Calhoun Falls Road
PO Box 9, Abbeville, SC, 29620

Inmates at the Abbeville County Jail will need money to make purchases at the commissary. There are several different ways you can deposit funds into an inmates account. 

Kiosk

At the Abbeville County Jail, there is a kiosk at the TouchPay Kiosk that you can during normal business hours. You can deposit funds using your debit card, Credit card and cash. 

Online

You can also go online to TouchPay and deposit money there if that is more convenient for you. 

By Phone 

With your credit or debit card, you can also call TouchPay. 

Abbeville County Jail inmates are not allowed to get phone calls from their family or friends. During phone time the inmates are allowed to call their family and friends. The inmates are only allowed to have 15-minute calls. The call will be disconnected when the 15-minutes is up. 

Calling features such as three-way calling and call forwarding are prohibited for the inmates to use. The call will be disconnected if an inmate is caught using any of these calling features. Disciplinary action will be taken against the inmate. 

The Abbeville County Jail inmates are allowed to make collect calls only. Only individuals who have a landline phone can receive collect calls. Ones who only have cell phones will not be able to get these collect calls. The individual receiving the collect calls is the one responsible for any and all charges that are associated with the collect calls. of the call is the one responsible for any and all charges associated with the collect calls. The Abbeville County Jail is not responsible for any and all charges from the collect calls.

The Abbeville County Jail inmates do not have a way to get onto the internet. The inmates can not communicate with friends and family using any electronic messaging systems.

You will need to send a written letter to the address above, if you would like to stay in touch with an inmate in the Abbeville County Jail.

The Abbeville County Jail inmates can have visitors. All visitors under the age of 18 are allowed to visit, however they will need to stay by their legal guardian. Before you are allowed to visit you will need to show either your driver’s license, state identification card, or your United States Passport.

Make sure you put all your personal belongings in your car. You are not allowed to bring any of your personal belongings to the visitation area.

The visiting hours are associated with the housing units at the Abbeville County Jail. The list of hours by housing units can be found here.

At the Abbeville County Jail inmates are allowed to visit during the times listed above. However, visitations is not a right, but a privilege.