Access the online Active Inmates database for Hancock County by clicking the link below:
The Hancock County Justice Center at 200 West Crawford Street, Findlay, Ohio 45840 finalized construction and began housing offenders in the spring of 1989. The bed rated capacity established by the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, Bureau of Adult Detention was originally set at 96 beds.
In 2002 after re-evaluation of the square footage of each housing area the Bureau of Adult Detention expanded the bed rated capacity to 98 inmates.
The corrections staff is comprised of a jail administrator, administrative manager, jail operations manager, jail sergeants, corrections officers, and clerks.
Letters and packages should be addressed as follows:
Hancock County Justice Center
ATTN: *Name of Inmate*
200 West Crawford Street
Findlay, OH 45840
The Hancock County Justice Center has a TouchPay Payment Systems Kiosk in the lobby for the purpose of adding funds to an inmate commissary account.
Access the PDF How to Deposit Funds by clicking the link below.
GUIDELINES FOR MAIL TO AN INMATE: Letters:-Must be mailed in a plain envelope with a regular stamp.
-DO NOT send cash or money orders.
-Envelopes may not contain any items except a letter and religious materials; any other material will be removed and added to the inmate's property.
-Greeting cards will be photocopied - originals are added to the inmate's property and the photocopy given to the inmate.
***Inmate property is held and given to the inmate when they are released. All prohibited mail received will be put in the inmate's property.***
Packages: An inmate must fill out a request to receive packages. Only items from an approved list will be allowed. Once approved, items may be shipped. Any package received that has not been approved will be refused and returned to the sender.
Access the PDF Inmate Approved Items and Acceptance Times by clicking the link below.
The Hancock County Justice Center recognizes the significance of visitation and the opportunity to maintain contact with family and friends while upholding facility safety and security.
Visitation with inmates incarcerated at the Hancock County Justice Center is non-contact using video monitors in completing a Video Visitation. Visitors are responsible for following the Video Visitation policy and regulations of the Hancock County Justice Center.
Access the PDF How to Complete a Video Visit by clicking the link below.
Please read all rules and regulations before completing a Video Visitation with inmates incarcerated at the Hancock County Justice Center.
Access the PDFs Inmate Video Visitation Rules and Frequently Asked Questions by clicking the links, below.