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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 85, with approximately 1500 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.

The jail 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.

 

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.

 (Bio to follow)

Cpt. Blake may be reached

by calling: (419) 281-9009

or by E-mail at: dblake@ashlandcounty.org


ASHLAND COUNTY COURT HOUSE SECURITY OFFICER

Deputy William Martin Sr. is the Court Security Officer for the Ashland County Court House.

Deputy William Martin Sr. was hired in 2000 as a corrections officer with the Ashland County Sheriff's Office, and in 2005 assumed the position as Court Officer. His duties include security of the entire building, including Common Pleas Court, Probate and Juvenile Court, Domestic Relations Court as well as the other county offices in the building. He is also responsible for the daily functions of transporting prisoners both to and from court and to the county jail and or prison and juvenile detention.

Deputy Martin is a member of the Ashland County Sheriff's Office Dive and Rescue Team and is an avid hunter and fisherman.

Deputy Martin may be reached by calling (419) 289-3911 or by E-mail at:       bmartin@ashlandcounty.org

                             

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Ashland County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division will

provide a decent, safe and sanitary environment designed to

protect incarcerated individuals and correctional staff.

Security will be insured by classification and separation of confined

individuals into maximum, medium, and minimum security levels.

The Ashland County Corrections Facility shall provide services

and programs to confined individuals according to their needs and

will continue to refer those individuals who need medical or

psychiatric treatment to the appropriate institution or facility.

Medical, religious, recreational, mental health and visitation

services will be provided to confined individuals, along with

educational and substance abuse programs in accordance with the

minimum standards for jails in Ohio and the departments

policy and procedures.


Inmate Visitation Hours

  Registration for inmate visitation will be conducted by the following schedule.

  Sundays:

              Male Inmates - 12:30 pm to 3:15 pm

              Female Inmates - 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

 Thursday:

              Male Inmates - 7:45am to 10:30 am

              Female Inmates - 10:45 am to 11:30 am

   Friday:

             Male Inmates - 6:30 pm to 9:15 pm

             Female Inmates - 9:30 pm to 10:15 pm

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Jail Phone: (419) 281-9009
Non-Emergency Phone: (419) 289-3911
E-Mail: sheriff@ashlandcounty.org

Fax Number: (419) 281-2060

   

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