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The Crook County Jail is a Prineville City owned 16-bed facility located in the City of Prineville Police building at 400 NE Third Street, Prineville, Oregon.
The portion of the city building in which the jail is located was originally built as a City Fire Hall and was renovated in 1968 as a jail for joint use by the City of Prineville and Crook County.
Crook County rents the jail space from the city and the Sheriff operates it as a County Jail, which is usually filled to capacity. Due to jail population increases in Crook County in recent years the county also rents 16 beds from the neighboring Jefferson County Sheriff.
Inmate visitation is conducted three times per week at the Prineville facility. Wednesday from 7 pm to 8 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Arrangements for visits must be made 12 hours in advance prior to scheduled visitation times.
Questions relating to inmates, visits, etc., at the Crook County facility the following telephone number should be used, (541) 416-3620. Questions relating to inmates, visits, etc., at the Jefferson County Jail facility the following telephone number should be used, (541) 475-2869.
If you are unsure of which facility an inmate is incarcerated in you may click on the current inmate list on the jail icon below.
The mission of the Crook County Jail is to promote public safety in an efficient and effective manner, by providing secure custody for all offenders confined within the Crook County Jail.
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