Madison County Jail, IN Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster

Updated on: November 5, 2022
Public Records Online Search

Criminal Records and Contact Info aggregated from real law enforcement agencies and government court houses.

765-646-9285, 765-646-4004
720 Central Avenue, Anderson, IN, 46016

Madison County Jail offender search: Last Name, Release Date, Who's in jail, Mugshots, Jail Roster, Booking Date, Bond Information, Race, Race, Bond, Bookings, Criminal Records, Race, Document Type, Post Date, Charges, Arrests, Race, Sentence Information.

Madison County Jail is located in Anderson, Indiana. It consists of a booking/release center, a direct supervision facility, a main facility jail, and a work release center. In addition to providing work release opportunities, the Madison County Jail system seeks to develop and provide educational programs to help deter future criminal behavior from released inmates.

website

Madison County Jail Prison Information

Jail Name Madison County Jail
Jail Type County Jail
Location 720 Central Avenue, Anderson, IN, 46016
Contact Numbers 765-646-9285, 765-646-4004
City Anderson
Postal Code 46016
State Indiana
County Madison County
Jail Webpage website

Madison County Sheriffs Department

Sheriff Scott Mellinger
Address 720 Central Avenue, Anderson, Indiana, 46016
Phone 765-646-4001
Fax 765-646-9296
Website website

Inmate Resources for Family and Friends

Public Records Online Search

Criminal Records and Contact Info aggregated from real law enforcement agencies and government court houses.


Inmate Search

The Madison County Jail website hosts a search engine where one can locate an inmate by entering their full last name and first name (or partial parts of the first name.) There is also a daily booking report that lists persons booked within the past 24 hours.

Call 765-646-9285, 765-646-4004 with any questions about information retrieved from the website, as it is not guaranteed to be totally accurate.

Sending a Mail

Family and friends are encouraged to carry on correspondence with their inmate. Letters can be sent along with five photos per envelope (no larger than 5x7.) Photos and pictures must not contain inappropriate content. Do not send any other items in the envelope, and do not spray perfume or use white out, glue, lipstick, etc. Do not use a padded envelope.

You cannot send care packages, but you can order softcover books, magazines and newspapers directly from a publishing company like Amazon. Have them delivered USPS to the inmate’s address.

Send all mail to:

Inmate Name
Inmate Booking Number
Madison County Jail
720 Central Avenue, Anderson, IN, 46016

Sending Money

Family and friends of an inmate are allowed to send money to and receive funds from an inmate.

There are a variety of ways that one can send money to an inmate. Funds in the form of a money order can be mailed to

Inmate Name
Jail Number and housing area
Madison County Jail
720 Central Avenue, Anderson, IN, 46016

Include your name and address on all items except for government issued checks.

Funds can also be deposited online via Western Union or by visiting a Western Union location in person. Include the following information:

Pay to: Madison County Corr Inmate Comm
Code City/State
Acct#: Include inmate's booking number, last name and first name
Attention line: Include six-digit date of birth (i.e. MMDDYY)

Phone Calls

Inmates at Madison County Jail are allowed to make outgoing calls to family and friends who create accounts with the Madison County Jail’s telephone system. These accounts allow you to load money into your account so that you can receive calls, even to your cell phone. Family and friends cannot make calls to the inmate.

Ensure that your inmate has enough funds in their commissary account to place a call.

Visiting Rules

Visitation at Madison County Jail is allowed for family and friends through video. Each inmate can have three video visits per week. Attorneys and law enforcement officials are allowed to meet in person with an inmate. Much like all visits or phone calls, video visits may be monitored and/or recorded.

Each visit is allowed three family/friends. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. All visitors must wear modest clothing with no profane images or language. Visitors must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Talk quietly and do not be disruptive. For a full list of visitation rules, check the Madison County Jail website.

The video visitation center is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. everyday. Call 765-646-9285, 765-646-4004 to make an appointment ahead of time, and arrive 15 minutes before your visit time. If you are late you will not be permitted to visit your inmate. Bring only a valid form of photo identification, a set of car keys, and your wallet.

Visitation Hours

Sunday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Holiday

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

Madison County Prison Statistics

Madison County Prison Admissions

Female Prison Admissions 91
Other Prison Admissions 3
White Prison Admissions 377
Total Prison Admissions 532
Male Prison Admissions 441
Asian Prison Admissions -
Latino Prison Admissions 6
Black Prison Admissions 146
Native Prison Admissions -

Madison County Jail Admissions By Race

Latino Jail Population 3
Native Jail Population 1
Black Jail Population 78
White Jail Population 123
Asian Jail Population -

Madison County Jail Admissions

Total Jail Population 255
Male Jail Population 151
Total Jail Admissions 5,876
Female Jail Population 55

Madison County Pretrial Jail Population

Pretrial Jail Population 191
Female Pretrial Jail Population -
Male Pretrial Jail Population -

Madison County Prison Population

Female Prison Population 116
Male Prison Population 994
Total Prison Population 1,110

Madison County Prison Population By Race

Black Prison Population 358
Other Prison Population 5
Asian Prison Population -
Native Prison Population -
White Prison Population 728
Latino Prison Population 19