Jackson County Regional
505 W 13th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
The Jackson County Detention Center (JCDC) is a facility operated by the Jackson County government. It houses adult inmates being held on state charges, while the Regional Correctional Center (RCC) is for adults with Kansas City, Missouri municipal violations. The occupants housed in the facility are there until trial or processing.
Jackson County Bail Bonds
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Jackson County Bail Bond Info
Get Bail Bonds in Jackson County Cities:
Circuit Court Bonds
Bonds may be posted any time after the court has set the bond. Bonds are to be posted Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at:
Circuit Court Criminal Records Unit
1315 Locust Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
Other times, including holidays, bonds may be posted at:
Records/Public Bond Lobby Detention Center Annex
1300 Cherry Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
Accepted Payment Methods:
The Jackson County Department of Corrections only accepts cash, money orders, ROR (signatures) or bonds processed through a bondsman.
Jackson County Detention
Jackson County is a county located in the western portion of the U.S. state of Missouri. As of the 2010 census, the population was 674,158. making it the second-most populous county in the state. The county seat is Independence.
Jackson County Detention Center Inmate Search
Jackson County has an “Inmate Search” feature to promote public safety and welfare while providing community and family access to selected occupant information consistent with the spirit and intent of the Missouri Open Records Act (Chapter 610, RSMo).
- Jackson County employees cannot recommend a bonding agent.
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- Jackson County Arrests
When a person is arrested by a KCPD officer, the “arrestee” will be processed at a Patrol Division Detention Unit (see below). An arrestee will be held up to 6 hours at a Patrol Division Detention Unit to provide the opportunity to post bond. If bond is not posted, they will be transferred to the KCPD Holding Facility located within the Jackson County Detention Center. Arrestees are transferred when an overnight stay is required due to Municipal Video Court Arraignment for city charges or Circuit Court Arraignment for state charges.
Please contact a Patrol Division Detention Unit regarding arrestee information. Typically, the arrestee is transported to the detention unit closest to the location of arrest. All inquiries regarding a KCPD arrest should be made at a KCPD Patrol facility. (Do not contact the Jackson County Detention Center regarding a KCPD arrest.)
Residents can call 816-234-5180 or one of the three KCPD detention units listed below:
South Patrol Detention
9701 Marion Park Dr.
East Patrol Detention
2640 Prospect Ave.
Shoal Creek Patrol Detention
6801 N.E. Pleasant Valley Rd.
Bonds can be posted at any of the six KCPD Patrol Division Stations and Police Headquarters.
- Bonding Procedures in Jackson County
- On city charges, the bonding company usually charges 20 percent of the face bond amount.
- On state charges, the bonding company usually charges 10 percent of the face bond amount.
- On warrants, the courts will dictate the type of bond needed.
Types of bonds
- Cash or bonding company – funded by cash from an individual’s own pockets or through arrangements with a bond company.
- Cash only – set by the courts as an initial bond or as a result of not appearing in court.
- 10 percent – placed on state warrants by state court judges, meaning that 10 percent of the bond’s face value must be made to the courts in order to be released.
- Secured – made by a bond company, usually on state warrants.
- Secured or 10 percent – made by a bond company through individual arrangement or 10 percent of the bond’s face value made to the courts.
- Own recognizance – a signature bond ordered by a state court judge on state warrants.
Court phone numbers
Municipal Court (city): 816-513-2700
1101 Locust St.
Jackson County Department of Corrections (Jackson County jail): 816-881-4200 (state side)
KCPD Detention: 816-234-5180
1300 Cherry St.
Jackson County Regional Correction Center (former MCI): 816-881-3490
505 E. 13th St.
- Bonding Types of Arrests and Holds
- City arrest are individuals arrested for violating a city ordinance
- Investigation arrest are individuals arrested for an offense that the state prosecutor has not yet charged in a warrant (usually referred to as a 24-hour investigation)
- State warrant are individuals charged by the prosecutor for violating a state statute.
- Regional Correction Center Info
The Department of Corrections operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Facilities are located one block from the Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
The RCC facility is adjacent to the Jackson County Detention Center (1300 Cherry Street). The 2 buildings are connected via a secure underground walkway. Kansas City municipal detainees are processed on the first floor of the Jackson County Detention Center in an area dedicated for municipal detainees and are housed separately in the RCC. In addition to be segregated from the Jackson County Detention Center population, RCC inmates wear green and khaki uniforms. Detention Center inmates wear orange.
- KCPD Holding Areas
The majority of people admitted to both JCDC and RCC were initially held as Kansas City Police Department (KCPD) arrestees on the ground floor of the JCDC Annex. In May 2015 the Jackson County Department of Corrections opened holding areas for KCPD arrestees, allowing the police department to close down the antiquated jail operation on the eight floor of its headquarters at 12th and Locust, a block from the JCDC.
- Presumption of Innocence
The American criminal justice systems presumes an individual charged with a crime is innocent until proven guilty. A jail is not the same as a prison. Prisons are utilized for convicted felons – those who have been found guilty in a court of law. A county jail is utilized for the following:
- Confinement while an individual is going through the trial process.
- Those convicted and given short-term (12 months or less) sentences.
- Probation violators.
- Individuals being held on warrants for other jurisdiction.
- Inmate Services
The Centers inmate populations and the KCPD arrestees are made up primarily of individuals from Jackson County and Kansas City. Those detained are under the custody of the Jackson County Department of Corrections, and the Department is legally bound to provide adequate housing, food, health care and a safe-living environment. In addition, the Department provides mental health services for all inmates and arrestees.