JAIL INFO

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TOWNS COUNTY

JAIL INFORMATION

TOWNS COUNTY JAIL

4070 GA HWY 339

YOUNG HARRIS, GA 30582

INMATE VISITATION

STATUS

SUSPENDED UNTIL

FURTHER NOTICE

DUE TO COVID

VISITATION WHEN

REINSTATED

MALES
THURSDAY 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
SUNDAY 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
FEMALES
THURSDAY 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
SUNDAY 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

NOT IN EFFECT

 

APPROVED BONDING COMPANIES

VIEW & PRINT BONDING

DOCUMENTS

VIEW & PRINT LIEN

DOCUMENTS

ADD FUNDS TO

INMATES JAIL ATM ACCOUNT

BONDING INFORMATION:

There are four ways to bond someone out of jail. You will need to come to the Towns County Jail located at 4070 GA HWY 339, Young Harris, Georgia 30582 to complete the process of bonding an inmate. The bonding window is on the north side of the jail.

FOUR WAYS TO BOND SOMEONE OUT OF JAIL:

Approved Bonding Company:  You can view a list of approved bonding companies here.  Please do not ask jail staff for a reference, we are restricted by law and cannot refer bonding companies.  Please be aware, bonding companies are allowed by law to charge up to 15% of the bond amount for their fee.

Bond Payment Options:  The Towns County Jail accepts: Money Orders (only for county bond fee and bonds).  Cash, business checks and personal checks are not accepted.

Property Bonds:  For real property of Towns County, bring the property bill and the most recent paid property tax bill to the Towns County Jail.  Persons listed on the property deed must be present with state issued ID and taxes must be paid in full and up to date to be used for the bonding process.  Only real property will be used and the appraised tax value is all that will be considered chattel, such as a mobile home which will be deducted from the overall assessment.  The value of encumbered Equity must be double the price of the bond to be accepted.

Residents living outside of Towns County:  If you reside outside of Towns County, you may use your real property but you will need to contact your local Sheriff's Office to initiate the bonding process. Your local Sheriff's Office will contact the Towns County Sheriff's Office to receive our bonding requirements, process the bond and then give you a sealed envelope.  The envelope you receive from your local Sheriff's Office must be sealed for us to accept the bond.

BONDING FORMS AND DOCUMENTS:

 

View & Print: You can locate the tab button links for these documents in the upper portion of this page or you can click here.

INMATE COMMISSARY ACCOUNT:

Family and friends can add money to an inmate's commissary account by the two ways described below.  Inmates can then order commissary items through the kiosk in the pod where they are staying.  Commissary order spending limits are determined by the Jail Administrator.  The Detention Center / Jail will not accept packages from family or friends.

HOW TO ADDED MONEY TO AN INMATES JAIL ATM / COMMISSARY ACCOUNT:

Click on link button below.  When the webpage opens click on the "Send Money Now" button and follow the instructions.  First time users will have to create a username and password to proceed, but this is a one-time process.  Once your have created an account on the Jail's ATM webpage all you will need to do is login using your username and password to add additional funds to an inmates account.

Jail ATM Link: You can locate the tab button link for this option in the upper portion of this page or click here.

By going to the Towns County Detention Center / Jail lobby and using the kiosk.  The kiosk accepts debit cards, credit cards and cash.  After the transaction, the money is added to the inmate's account.

INMATE PROGRAMS

Church services throughout the week.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

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