2011 Jail Staff
The Prentiss County Jail is is located at 1901-B East Chambers Drive in Booneville Mississippi. It was constructed and officially opened for use in 1996.
The staff at the Prentiss County Jail is supervised by Jail Administrator/Investigator Brian Taylor and Deputy Jail Administrator Ricky Peebles. Both Taylor and Peebles are certified Deputy Sheriffs.
The jail has the capacity to house approximately 85 inmate including county inmates, state inmates and inmates from other muncipalities within Prentiss County.
We also are very fortunate to have a Joint State/County Inmate Work Center that houses as many as 18 State Inmates that are low risk inmates. These inmates eligibility is determined by several factors; they must have two (2) years or less remaining on their sentence and can't be convicted of a violent crime or sex crime.
These working inmates provide free labor to Prentiss County and are used for custodial work at the Prentiss County Courthouse, work at the Agri Center, ustodial work and ard maintenance at the Prentiss County Justice Center. The Jail operates it's own kitchen utilizing Inmate labor to do the cooking. Providing meals onsite to the inmates thru the kitchen saves the county four ($4) dollars a day per inmate.
Inmate Commissary Funds Inmates are allowed to order snacks, stamps, hygiene, and many other items from our jail commissary provider. The inmates can have funds deposited into their accounts at the Kiosk in the lobby of the Prentiss County Justice Center or by clicking on one of the online methods below. For all online transactions, you will need the facility code 8M1, and pay location code 5500 along with the inmates 5 digit jail id number.
Offender information in available by means of The Mississippi SAVIN service @ 1-888-9-MSSAVIN Toll Free 1-888-847-1298 or visit www.vinelink.com
This service allows victims of crimes to know if an offender is in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections or a county jail and will give you important custody information. SAVIN will also let you leave a telephone number where you want to be called automatically when that offender is released, transfered or escapes.
Registering with SAVIN is anonymous.
The Mississippi SAVIN service monitors offender's in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections and County Jails.
Since SAVIN calls automatically when an offender's custody status changes, you may get a call from SAVIN any time during day or night.
If you are not at home, SAVIN will leave a message on an answering machine. If there is no answer, SAVIN will keep calling back until you enter your PIN code or until 48 hours have passed.
Do not leave a phone number with SAVIN that rings to a switchboard.
Do not depend only on the SAVIN service or any other single program for your protection. Make SAVIN part of your safety plan.
You can register more than one telephone number with SAVIN.
You can also register for notification by visiting:
INMATE PHONE SERVICE
To set up jail telephone service for your friend or family go to https://securustech.net/enroll;jsessionid=FC85D35BE6907826A9C954111A8E1C07.es-wccs02-wccs1 or call 1-800-844-6591.
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Corrections in Longmont
Co for jail training
The Jail Kiosk implemented by Sheriff Tolar for adding funds to inmates commissary accounts.
Inmate Work Center
Inmate Property list/Visitation Procedures/Adding Funds to Inmate Account
Deputy Jail Administrator Ricky Peebles
Jail Administrator Brian Taylor