Mobile County, AL Jail and Prison System
Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks is a Medium Security security level County Jail located in the city of Mobile, Alabama. The facility has a capacity of 328 inmates, which is the maximum amount of beds per facility.
The facility is part of Mobile, Alabama judicial district, which has 0 facilities in total.
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How Do I Visit an Inmate in Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks?
Locating an Inmate in Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks
The best way to locate or get information of any inmate currently incarcerated in Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks
is to contact the County Jail for information on the inmate or visit them
online at https://www.bop.gov/.
Make sure an inmate you are visiting have placed you on their approved visiting list.
Be Prepared to Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks Visiting Rules
For information on official policy that outlines the regulations and procedures for visiting
a Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks inmate contact the facility directly via
Visitation Days and Hours
Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks County Jail has visiting hours on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. For more information on when you can visit an inmate and get directions contact the County Jail directly.
Visiting a Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks inmate on holidays:
The inmate will be notified as to any changes to the "normal" visitation schedule due to holidays and/or any special commitments.
||USP General Visiting Hours
|Mon||Open 24 hours|
|Tue||Open 24 hours|
|Wed||Open 24 hours|
|Thu||Open 24 hours|
|Fri||Open 24 hours|
|Sat||Open 24 hours|
|Sun||Open 24 hours|
How to Send a Mail/Care Package to an Inmate?
Inmates can receive letters from their family members and friends, as well as packages from
home with prior written approval from the inmate's unit team or authorized staff member at
Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks.
To make sure the mail and package you are sending comes under approved item list and for more
clarification contact the County Jail administration at
For sending a mail or a care package to an Mobile County Jail & Minimum Security Barracks County Jail inmate you should have the following information on the parcel:
|Inmate Mail 1
||Inmate Mail 2
||Freight and non-USPS parcels
At the Mobile County Minimum Security Barracks inmates can receive written letters from their friends and family. These letters must be 12”x16” or smaller. Inmates cannot receive a number of things through the mail which incudes stamps, writing paper, pencils, pens and envelopes. Through the commissary these items are available for the inmates to purchase. These items will be disposed if they are sent to an inmate. Inmates can receive up to ten 4"x6" unframed photographs. However these photographs cannot be Polaroids. Inmates can receive paperback books, newspapers, and magazines. These items are required to be sent directly to the jail from the publisher or bookstore. All books will need to be paperback and brand new. Hardcover and used books are not permitted. In Mobile County Minimum Security Barracks the mailing address for inmates is the following: Inmate Name, Inmate ID # Mobile County Minimum Security Barracks 510 South Royal Street PO Box 113, Mobile, AL, 36601
How To Send Money to an Inmate?
All money orders should be sent directly to Consolidated Banking at the address below:
While inmates are in the Mobile County Minimum Security Barracks they will need money to make purchases through the commissary. You will need to make an Access Corrections account. to send an inmate money. By using your debit or your credit card you can make deposits online. Using the following phone number 251-574-2321, 251-574-3388 you can deposit money. By using your debit or credit card you can deposit again. There is a kiosk that is available in the jail lobby that you can use . The kiosk accepts credit and debit cards as well as cash payments. At this site you can find a location to deposit money also. They accept debit, and credit card, as well as cash payments. You can also send a cashier’s check or money order to the jail directly. You are not allowed to drop off the money at the jail anymore. Here is the address below to send your cashier's check or money order: Mobile County Sheriff's Office Detention Bureau 510 South Royal Street PO Box 113, Mobile, AL, 36601
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