Clay County Detention Center
14 S. Water Street
Liberty, Missouri 64068
Clay County Sheriff’s Office
12 South Water Street
Liberty, Missouri 64068
The Clay County Detention Center is a county jail used by the jurisdictions of Clay to confine inmates for short periods while awaiting trial or processing. Some may stay less than one day or only for a few days, until they are released in a court proceeding after putting up bail. These offenders are released to a pretrial services caseload, and are placed under supervision by the probation office, or released on their own recognizance, an agreement to make every court appearance.
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How Can I Bond A Clay County Inmate Out Of Jail?
The bond method to bail someone out of jail depends on the kind of charges the detainee was arrested on.
A bond must be paid in full and may be posted as a Cash Bond or Surety Bond (which requires a bonding agent). A cash surety bond may be posted to bond the inmate out of jail. When utilizing a Surety Bond you must contact a Bonding Agent. When your obligation is fulfilled with the Bail Agent, the bail bondsman will present the necessary paperwork to the facility to initiate the release of the inmate.
Payment can be in the form of cash, money order or cashier’s check. Money order or cashiers checks must be made out to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office with the inmate’s name and booking number. If the charge is a Civil Offense such as Child Support only a Cash Purge may be posted and requires the bond amount to be paid in full.
Clay County Detention
- Clay County correctional facility employees cannot recommend a bonding agency.
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- How Long Does It Take To Be Released From A Clay County Jail
If a Cash Bond, Surety Bond or Cash Purge has been posted for release of an inmate, the bond process will be expedited as quickly as possible. Anyone that is being released from custody due to End of Sentence (EOS) will start exiting the facility after midnight provided they have a ride or at the 0600 shift change. In the event a release is prolonged due to extenuating circumstances, every effort will be made to expedite the process.
If an inmate has been to court and has been released by a judge, the process cannot start until the paperwork authorizing the release is received from the courts by the booking room at the facility. Once the paperwork is received the release process will be completed as quickly as possible. Court paperwork for both regular courts and First Appearance is received at the same time and not in the order which a defendant was seen by a judge.
- Visiting an Inmate in Platte County Jail
The inmate must notify family members and friends they have been listed as a visitor, and the days and times of visitations. The inmate must notify prospective visitors to arrive 30 minutes prior to visitation, as well as the rules pertaining to visitation. Appropriate attire must be worn by any visitor entering the facility and visitors can be turned away
at the discretion of the Visitation Officer for non-compliance of the dress code.
- Can Inmates Receive Telephone Calls?
Incoming calls or messages to the inmate will not be accepted. However, inmates have access to telephones during the day and can only make collect calls out of the facility. In the event of a serious medical emergency or death within the inmate’s family the chaplain may be notified.
- How Can I Give Money To An Inmate
No property or money may be directly transferred between the inmate and the visitor. There are options to deposit funds into inmate accounts. There are also services available that allow deposit of funds into an inmate account over the phone or via the internet.
- Government Payment Service (888) 277-2535
- Open 24 hours a day
- You will need to know the inmate’s name, inmate number and facility code.
- Minimum deposit – $25; Maximum deposit – $100
- Five percent service fee applied to any deposit