Inmate Funds / Commissary Account Information

The Wyandot County Jail has a Keefe Kiosk in the lobby for the purpose of adding funds to an inmate commissary account. The kiosk accepts Debit/Credit Cards (Visa/Mastercard) and Cash (Paper money only — No coins). To use the kiosk, you must know the inmate's name and date of birth, or the inmate's Jail ID Number.

Deposits to an inmate commissary account can be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Funds are typically available to the inmate within 24 hours.

Funds can also be deposited by telephone, by calling 1-866-345-1884, or online.

When adding money to an inmate account by telephone or online you must provide the following information:

  • Inmate's name
  • Jail ID Number
  • Location (Wyandot County Jail)
  • Pay location code (5500)

There is a convenience fee to use these systems, which is set by the respective company.

Male Inmate Visitation Schedule - 1st Floor

  • Wednesdays 
    • 2 to 4 pm
    • 7 to 9 pm
  • Saturdays 
    • 2 to 4 pm

Male Inmate Visitation Schedule - 2nd Floor

  • Mondays
    • 2 to 4 pm
    • 7 to 9 pm
  • Saturdays 
    • 2 to 4 pm

Female Inmate Visitation Schedule

  • Wednesdays
    • 1 to 2 pm
    • 6 to 7 pm
  • Saturdays
    • 1 to 2 pm

The provided phones must be used during inmate visitation. Violation of Facility Rules may result in suspension of Inmate privileges.

Visitation Requirements

Introduction of Contraband into a Correctional Facility is a crime and is Punishable by Law

Requirements for Entry into the Facility

  • IdentificationVisitors must be 18 years of age and provide a valid State or Federal issued picture identification: ex. Driver's License, State Identification card, School Identification card, Passport. Visitors under the age of 18 must be family, directly related by ancestry or marriage, and accompanied by their legal guardian. A birth certificate may be requested for the identification of children.
  • Registration: Visitors are required to register on the Visitor Sign-In Form providing their name, address, and prisoner relationship. Entrance may be denied to disorderly or intoxicated persons. Failure to provide proper identification may also cause entrance to be denied. Visitors must be properly attired to gain entry — shoes or sandals are required. Visitors wearing transparent, low-cut, and/or revealing clothing, halter tops/tube tops will not be allowed to visit. Visitors whose attire is deemed inappropriate will be denied visiting privileges.
  • Personal Belongings: No personal items, such as handbags, umbrellas, packages, hats, coats, cell phones, etc. are permitted in the visiting room. Visitors are requested to leave personal belongings at home or in their vehicles. No food or beverages are allowed.
  • Length of Visit: Each prisoner will be allowed 2 visits per week. The duration of each visitation period shall not exceed 15 minutes. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied in the visiting room by their legal guardian. Children not entering the visiting room must remain in the lobby and be watched by a responsible adult.

    Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Any person determined to be disruptive to the orderly operation of the Jail will be asked to leave the premises.
  • Search: All visitors and their personal belongings are subject to search. No knives, firearms, or other dangerous weapons are allowed in the Wyandot County Sheriff's Office.

Court Case Status

The Wyandot County Sheriff's Office frequently receives questions related to the status of inmate court cases. This information should be obtained directly from the Court. The Upper Sandusky Municipal Court and the Wyandot County Common Pleas Court have certain information available for online access. You are encouraged to visit those sites to obtain your information or to call the court directly.

Upper Sandusky Municipal Court
119 N Seventh Street
Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
Phone: 419-294-3800
Upper Sandusky Municipal Court Website

Wyandot County Common Pleas Court
109 S Sandusky Ave
Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
Search Common Pleas Cases