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Inmate services

 Inmate Fund Deposit 

The Commissary Program normally operates as follows:

  1. Commissary funds may only be deposited:

        a) in-person using cash/credit cards via the              deposit kiosk located in the bonding     

            lobby, or

        b) by visiting

Detention staff members are prohibited from accepting, depositing or processing money or personal checks sent through the U.S. Mail.  Deposit funds, with the exception of other correctional facilities sent through the mail, will be returned to sender unprocessed. Except money orders, we will accept mailed money orders.

Inmate Electronic Communication

There are several ways to communicate electronically with an inmate. Just visit   

You can:

  • send a text

  • email

  • video visit

  • and send pictures

   Inmate Mail 

Mailing address

Henry County Detention Center

(Inmate Name Goes Here)

200 N. Main St.

Clinton MO, 64735

All incoming mail is checked for contraband by detention staff. Contraband is anything not issued or previously authorized by jail staff. Mail you receive that may violate the security and good order of this facility will be rejected then either placed in the inmate’s property or returned to sender.


Mail that needs prior approval before it will be accepted:

  • Mail containing items other than written/typed correspondence (i.e photos/property)

  • Newspapers, magazines, books, pictures, clothing, packages of any kind will not be accepted without prior approval from the Jail Administrator and must come from the original commercial source. (except photos)

Related requirements are as follows:

  • Mail containing stickers, adhesive labels, watermarks, stains, lipstick, incomplete address, and/or any other suspected alteration/adulteration will be returned to sender.


Personal checks/cash for commissary deposit are not accepted through the mail.

 Other services links 



Bond Companies

Court Money



Henry County 

Case Net



Henry County Sheriff's Office

Clinton Police Department

Henry County 911


MO Department of Corrections

MO Highway Patrol

                    Inmate Visitation 

Visitation occurs on each Wednesday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Visitors must call to schedule their visit prior to visitation. For a Wednesday visit you must call between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm on Monday and for a Saturday visit you must call between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm Thursday.  Visits are limited to 30 minutes.  Visits are conducted by video visitation system and are monitored and recorded.  Only persons seventeen (17) years of age or older, with proper identification, will be allowed in the visiting room, except in the case of a juvenile accompanied by a parent/grandparent.  Only 1 adult and 1 child at a time per inmate will be allowed in the visiting room.  All visitors are subject to warrant check.  Visitors will be required to check-in at the front lobby desk and produce a valid picture ID prior to the visit.

  Accepted at Bonding Window 

The following items are the only items officers are authorized to accept for inmates at the bonding window without prior authorization from the Jail Administrator

  • Prescription Glasses

  • Prescription Medications that are not expired and in their original, approved container.

            Inmate Phone Service 

Encartele is our inmate phone service provider.

  • You can deposit money to an inmates account where they can purchase a phone card or

  • You can visit the above website to add funds to an inmates phone account






                 Food service provider 

Aramark is the Henry County Detention Center's food service provider.

​Inmates receive three meals a day (2800 cal per day). They also can purchase food through commissary or additional meals form Aramark.






    Advanced Correctional Healthcare 

ACH is the Henry County Detention Center's healthcare provider.

​Inmate can submit request for sick call, to see the nurse or have an immediate protocol. Cost is $5.00







HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) is United States legislation that provides data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding medical information.





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