Visitation (on site/video) is for immediate family ONLY. Immediate family is defined as the following: Spouse (legally recognized only), Parents, Grandparents, Children, Grandchildren, Siblings, In-Laws, Step Parents and Step Children. All potential visitors must fill out a Visitation Questionnaire (please click on web link below to download a Visitation Questionnaire) and be pre-approved by MCSO Jail Administration before any visitation sessions can be scheduled. The visitation approval process may take up to 5 days to process.
Visitation appointments can be scheduled for Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M by contacting the jail at 785.738.3523.. Inmates are allowed 15 minute visitations. Please Download the Video Visitation Rules for additional guidance regarding inmate visitation. Inmates who are serving time for a short-term Probation Violation are not eligible for visitation.
Questionnaire Link: Click Here
Visitation Rules: Click Here
Inmates shall be allowed to correspond in writing with persons or organizations. The facility has the right to prohibit correspondence if it is determined necessary to protect the safety and security of the recipient, the public, staff or inmates. Any such mail determined not appropriate for those reasons will be returned. ALL mail must be legibly addressed and have no other markings other than the inmate's name, mailing address, and return address on the envelope. Inmates are not authorized to write to other inmates in this facility or any other detention facility. If an inmate has an immediate family member incarcerated, he/she may obtain prior authorization from the MCSO Jail Administrator to correspond with the family member.
All incoming mail must come through the U.S. Postal Service. The mailing address for inmates is:
Mitchell County Sheriff Office
P.O. Box 338
Beloit, KS 67420
Only the inmates name, address, and the sender’s return address are allowed on the envelope. Incoming mail that has any additional markings or graffiti on the envelope or on the inside contents shall be returned to the sender.
All non-legal incoming mail shall be opened and inspected. Legal mail shall be opened and inspected in the presence of the inmate.
Please see Inmate Rules and Regulations for further mail restrictions.
Telephone and Chirping devices
The MCSO Jail uses the telephone service Combined Public Communications or CPC. Any inmates who have telephone privileges are allowed to make collect calls from their cells or use a Chirping device to send and receive text messages.
Inmates with funds on their Tiger Account (jail commissary account) are allowed to purchase calling cards. Inmates can purchase prepaid CPC calling cards in the following amounts;
Calling cards can be purchased by the inmates in the following increments.
Or, funds can be added directly to an inmates phone account by contacting CPC directly at 1-877-998-5678. Combined Public Communications accepts Credit Cards, Debit Cards, or Checking Account Transfers.
Only Combined Public Communications prepaid calling cards work on this system. All calls are outgoing only.
Click here to go to CPC website: cpcjail.com
To view the Chirping brochure click here: Chirping information
Combined Public Communications business hours are:
Monday - Friday: 8AM - 9PM EST
Saturday: 10AM - 6PM EST