Corrections Division

 

 

GENESEE COUNTY JAIL
ADMINISTRATOR - Major Phil Hart - email

Visiting Days

Inmates in the Genesee County Jail are allowed to have people visit them one day a week.  Each inmate can have two (2) visitors during each of their  two -15 minute visit periods.  All people wishing to visit an inmate must be on the inmate's Visitors List  prior to the Visit Day. Only an inmate in the Jail can add or delete someone from their Visitors List.  You should make contact with an inmate either by phone or mail to ensure you are on their Visitor List (see below).  You must be at least 17 years old and a have photo ID to visit an inmate.  Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.  Children count as a visitor, so one child and one adult is the most that can visit at one time.

     An Inmate's Visit Day is determined by which Pod they are housed in the Jail.

  •   Mondays:       Pods: 3-A, 3-B, 3-C and 3-D (females)

  •   Tuesday:        Pods: 4-A, and 4-B.

  •   Wednesday:  Pods: 4-C and 4-D.

  •   Thursday:      Pods: 5-B, 5-C, and 5-D. 

  •   Fridays:          No Visits.  Church Services Only.

No Visits on Saturday or Sunday.

Inmates must be assigned to a Pod before they are allowed visits.  It generally takes 3 days of being in Jail before an inmate is assigned to a Pod.

    To contact the inmate Visitors Desk call 810-257-3557.

     

Visiting Times

 

  •  8:30 am  till  10 am

  •   Break for Inmate Lunch

  •  Noon  till  2:00 pm

  •   Break for Inmate Dinner

  • 5:00 pm  till 7:30 pm

 

Mail a Letter to an Inmate

Inmates receive mail everyday the post office delivers.  Inmates may not receive packages or pornographic material. Unauthorized mail is returned to the sender.  Letters should be addressed as follows:

 Inmate Name and Inmate Number

c/o Genesee County Jail

1002 S. Saginaw St.

Flint,  Mi.  48502

   

 Mail written by inmates is sent to the post office everyday.

 

Inmate Phone Calls

Inmates at the Jail have use of a pay-phone from 9 a.m. till 10 p.m. while housed in a Pod.  Inmates just coming into jail have use of the pay-phone 24 hours a day. These phones only make collect calls.  If you receive a call from an inmate, you will be prompted by a computer voice stating "You have a call from an inmate at the Genesee County Jail.  Will you accept the charges?"  Simply say 'YES" to accept the charge.  Hang-up the phone if you do not want to pay for the call.

Inmates can not take incoming calls.  If you have an emergency call for an inmate, contact the Booking area at 810-257-3426.