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Johnson County Tennessee Sheriff Overview

Johnson is a city that can covers an area located in three counties – Washington, Sullivan, and Carter counties. It has approximately 66,677 residents based on the 2016 survey. The area of the city is 43.3 square miles. The zipe codes in Johnson City are 37601-37604, 37614, 37615, and 37684.
The Chief of Police in Johnson City is Mark Sirois. He heads the Johnson City Police Department which provides the community with law enforcement services as well as civil services. You can get in touch with him at (423) 434-6160. Amy Clark is the Jail Administrator for the Johnson City Detention Facility. You can reach her at (423) 434-6145 or through email at aclark@johnsoncitytn.org.

Johnson Police Department:
Address: 601 E. Main St., Johnson City, TN 37601
Phone: (423) 434-6160

Inmate Search in Johnson County Jail

The Johnson Jail does not maintain a Weekly Arrest Report Online. This is a database that contains inmate information. If you wish to find someone currently detained in this facility, you can contact the jail at (423) 434-6145.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Each inmate at the Johnson City Detention Facility is allowed one non-contact visit during regular visitation times within the first two weeks of entry into the facility. This gives the jail time to approve the visitation forms submitted. Only individuals 18 years old and above are required to fill out a visitation form. Anyone below 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

To visit, individuals 18 years of age and above must submit a copy of their driver’s license along with the form. Those younger than 18 must submit a copy of their original birth certificate or a copy from the Department of Health with their visitation

All visitors are subject to being searched. Personal items such as diaper bags, weapons, wallets, and purses as well as food and open beverages purchased outside the facility will not be allowed inside the visitation area. Only 5 visitors per inmate at a time, including children.

Visitation hours for this facility are as follows:

Sunday First Visit: 12:30 PM-2:30 PM
Sunday Second Visit: 3:00PM -5:00PM

Inmates can also receive mail. All letters must have a complete return address and name of sender. Pictures are allowed as long as they are no larger than 4X6 inches and not pornographic in nature. To send a letter to an inmate, you need to address it in the following manner:

Inmates Full Name
Booking number
601 East Main Street
Johnson City, TN 37601

To deposit money into an inmate’s account, you can use the kiosk located in the Records division or mail the following forms of money: cashier’s check, Western Union money order, bank money order, Postal money order, and US Government checks. Money orders must be made payable to TBE 568 and include the inmate’s full name, your TDOC number, and sender’s name and address. You can also deposit money online at VendEngine.com or by calling 1-855-836-3364.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

A person convicted of a sexually oriented offense such as rape, child pornography, and sexual assault is labeled a sex offender. The law dictates that a sex offender must register his information in the state sex offender database and the national sex offender database. Residents of Johnson City who want to find out if any sex offenders live near them can use the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry. You will need to read and acknowledge the disclaimer provided first before searching the database. There may be some cases when you view records that only contain last known addresses of offenders.

Bail and Bondsman

A defendant is able to remain free while his trial is pending by posting bail. The court will need the defendant to put down money known as bail as a guarantee before they will allow him to be released. The money is held by the court until the end of the trial to make sure that the defendant fulfills all of his court obligations. If he does, he gets the money back once the trial is done minus any court fees. If he doesn’t, the court retains the money.

A defendant who doesn’t have enough money for bail can hire a bondsman to help him out. A bondsman can sign a bond with the court that will enable a defendant to go free. By signing a bond, the bail bondsman will become responsible for paying the entire bail should the defendant miss any court dates. For this service, the defendant will need to pay 10% of the bail to the bondsman.

Johnson City Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 105
Avg Daily Population 100
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll 13
Full time total employees 13
Total salaries and wages 493567
Other operating expenditures 92560
Total construction costs 3341
Equipment, furnishings, etc not applicable
Year of original construction not applicable
Year of major renovationnot applicable
Name of new facilitynot applicable


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