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The Corrections Division is responsible for the operations of adult detentions under the jurisdiction of the Sheriff's Office. The Corrections Division operates the only full-service jail in Ashland County. The new jail was opened February 24th, 2001. The facility is a state of the art modular style jail. With a capacity of 127 inmates and a staff of 34 officers, the jail was designed to meet the needs of a growing Ashland County. The current average daily population is 110, with approximately 1750 people booked into the jail per year.

Being a full service jail requires us to provide many programs and activities for inmates. Some of these are: Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Anger management, Parenting Plus, G.E.D. education, full medical and psychological services, laundry, library and commissary services. Bible study and religious counseling are available as well. Inmates are provided with recreational periods, television and table games. Additional programs are Work Release, Community Service projects and Life Skills training.

This facility complies with all minimum standards as set forth by the Bureau of Adult Detention. The jail has maintained a 100% rating with that bureau for the last 8 years. This is mainly due to a dedicated and professional staff. All staff members must pass a rigorous pre-employment program prior to being hired. In addition, all staff members attend a certificate Jail Academy and a minimum of 24 hours of in-service training each year.

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All visitors must be checked in one half hour before visitation hours are over.

Every visitor who is 16 years old or older must show a valid photo ID.

Effective March 1, 2018, a parent or legal guardian must accompany their child 16 years of age or under and provide a birth certificate, social security card or legal documentation for the child. Once documentation has been provided and logged into our system, no documentation will be needed for the juvenile for future visitation for this inmate. When visiting a different inmate, documentation will need to be provided.

There is only one 30-minute visitation per day for each inmate.

All visitors may go in to the visitation room together.

                                Visitation Times are as listed below:







12:45 pm - 3:45 pm

3:15 pm


  3:45 pm - 4:45 pm

4:15 pm



Females (Discipline & Max)
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
6:30 pm
Males (Discipline & Max)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
7:30 pm


  8:00 am - 11:00 am

10:30 am


11:00 am - 12:00 pm

11:30 am



Males (Discipline & Max)
8:00 am to 9:00 am
8:30 am
Females (Discipline & Max)
9:00 am to 10:00 am
9:30 am


  6:45 pm - 9:45 pm

9:15 pm


  9:45 pm - 10:45 pm

10:15 pm


Visitation Rules

If you are found with an electronic device on your person, you will be told to leave immediately.
WE DO NOT ALLOW these items in the Visitation Rooms:
       purses            bags                book bags             jackets, coats, hoodies
food             drink cups        bottles or cans

         newspapers         stamps, envelopes        ‘whites’*         cigarettes**      mail or cards***       pictures

*‘Whites’ include underclothes, shirts and socks. Writing materials and ‘whites’ can be purchased on commissary.

**This is a non-smoking building.

***These items can be mailed; however, no packages are to be sent to an inmate unless authorized.

All cash must be deposited through the kiosk in the night lobby. Money can also be deposited
on an inmate’s account online and by telephone. Information is posted in both lobbies.

Religious materials, including Bibles, are accepted.

No inappropriate dress shall be permitted in the Ashland County Jail. The following are considered inappropriate:

tank tops, tube tops, spaghetti straps bare midriffs see-through, low-cut or provocative tops
short shorts, skirts or dresses above mid-knee muscle T-shirts wording or pictures on clothing

Please abide by these rules; if there is a problem, you will be asked to leave.

Here is the address if you wish to send a letter to an inmate incarcerated at the Ashland County Jail:

        Ashland County Sheriff’s Office
        (Inmate name)
        1205 East Main Street
        Ashland OH 44805

For questions, call (419) 289-6552.


Click HERE for a Printable PDF of the above Hours and Rules.


Inmate Funds

We DO NOT accept cash or personal checks.   We may accept money orders by mail only.

There is an ACCESS Kiosk located in our Night Lobby which is open 24/7. This kiosk accepts cash, credit and debit cards. There is a $4 fee per deposit for using this service.

You may also deposit funds into an inmates account online by going to the following link: Access

or by calling 1-866-345-1884 . There is also a fee for using this deposit service.

Families may also create an account to send an inmate emails at the same website or by calling the same toll-free number. You must register before using these services with Access Corrrections. There is a fee for using this secure email service.



A wide variety of snacks, hygiene and clothing items can be purchased for your family member or friend.

For More Information or to create an account,

click the link anytime

or call 1.800.546.6283

Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m.-11:59 p.m. EST, & Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. EST

Printable PDF Flyer





The Ashland County Jail swiched Inmate Phone Systems
from Securus Technologies to ICSolutions.
This will be effective Thursday, Oct. 18th 2018.


Click HERE to create a new account.

Click here for a printable information flyer

Please be aware that there are scam sites out there that are not affiliated with the Ashland County Sheriff's Office or IC Solutions.
Do not click on the first result you see in a Yahoo or Google search.


LIDB - Line Information Database, which is used in the United States and Canada by traditional telephone companies to store and retrieve Caller ID records.

BTN - billing telephone number

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2017 Jail Statistics

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2015 Jail Statistics

2014 Jail Statistics

2012 Jail Statistics


Satistical Comparison Years 2011 / 2012

2011 Jail Statistics

Statistical Comparison Years 2010 / 2011

2010 Jail Statistics

Statistical Comparison Years 2009 / 2010

2009 Jail Statistics

Statistical Comparison Years 2008 / 2009

2008 Jail Statistics

Statistical Comparison Years 2007/2008


Captain David Blake is the Jail Administrator for the Ashland County Sheriff's Office.

Captain Blake began his career with the Ashland County Sheriff's Office in January of 1978. While working

as a part time dispatcher he attended the Wayne County Sheriff's Office Peace Officer Training Academy

and graduated in 1980. Also in 1980, he began his career with Ohio Department Rehabilitation and Corrections (ODRC). Captain Blake attended various schools and trainings with both ODRC and the Sheriff's Office. He also obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice.

In February of 2009, Captain Blake retired from the Ohio Department of Corrections as an Administrative Assistant/Investigator and began his full time/part time career at the Ashland County Sheriff's Office. He has worked several positions within the Sheriff's Office and in May 2014 , he was promoted to Captain, Jail Administrator.

Cpt. Blake may be reached

by calling: (419) 281-9009

or by

E-mail at:



Ashland County Sheriff's Office
1205 East Main Street
Ashland, Ohio 44805

Jail Phone: (419) 281-9009
Non-Emergency Phone: (419) 289-3911

Fax Number: (419) 281-2060


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