Lookup Inmates in Montgomery County, Texas. Results May Include: Criminal Records, Arrests, Booking #, Mugshot, Facility, Release Date, Name, Alias, DOB, Warrant #, Charges, Issuing Auth, Offense Date, Bond/Type, Fine/Crt Costs, Disposition.

Montgomery County Information
As of the 2010 census, Montgomery county had a population of 455,746. Its county seat and largest city is Conroe and the county’s total area is 1,077 square miles. The county was established in 1837 and named for the town of Montgomery.

During the first ten years of the 21st century, the county grew by an estimated 55 percent, making it the 24th fastest growing county in the US. The nationally protected Sam Houston National Forest is partially in the county.

The area codes in use for this county are 281, 346, 713, 832 and 936.

Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Rand Henderson has his law enforcement team offices at #1 Criminal Justice Drive in Conroe, TX 77301. The general information phone number there is 936-760-5800

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is organized into divisions. Each division is headed by a Captain or Civilian Director who reports to Chief Deputy Ken Culbreath.

The divisions include the county jail, patrol, criminal investigations, homeland security, finance, executive and law enforcement support.

County Courthouse
The county courthouse is located at 301 North Main in Conroe, TX 77301. The phone number is 936-756-0571.

The Honorable Craig Doyal is the county judge and his offices are located on the fourth floor of the Alan B. Sadler Commissioners Court Building, Room 401. That building is located at 501 North Thompson in Conroe, TX 77301 and the phone number is 936-539-7812.

The Texas Constitution vests broad judicial and administrative powers in the position of county judge, who presides over a five-member commissioners court, which has budgetary and administrative authority over county government operations. The county judge handles such widely varying matters as:
Hearings for beer and wine license applications
Calling elections
Posting election notices
Receiving and canvassing election returns
Performing marriages
Head of civil defense, disaster relief

There are six districts located in the county.

County Jail
The county jail address is #1 Criminal Justice Drive in Conroe, Texas 77301 and the phone number is (936) 760-5800.

Texas law states the Sheriff of each county is the keeper of the jail. The Jail Division is tasked with providing humane and safe detention of persons arrested, those who are serving a misdemeanor sentence and those awaiting transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division following a felony conviction. The jail is capable of housing approximately 1,250 inmates. Sworn peace officers along with civilian Detention Officer and Detention Sergeant counterparts are assigned to maintain a safe and secure environment inside the county’s courthouse complex and the jail, which is the 12th largest county jail in the State of Texas by bed space. Sworn bailiffs and transport Deputies ensure inmates are afforded the Constitutional right to be present during their court proceedings and secure more than a dozen courtrooms for visitors, attorneys and elected judicial officers in downtown Conroe. Altogether, the functions of the Jail Division involve more than a third of the entire Sheriff’s Office.

The office of Central Jail Records (CJR) works around the clock handling inmate services such as arrest packets, warrants, judgments, TDCJ and State Jail Time, and release packets. CJR is responsible for all releases including those that have posted bond, paid fines, and have “time served” their jail sentence. The office also coordinates visits from attorneys in need of consultation with their clients that are incarcerated in the MCSO jail facility and visitation for inmate family members.

A visitation schedule was not available.

Montgomery County Probation Department
Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
Office:Montgomery County Probation Department
Location:200 Academy Drive, Conroe, Texas, 77301
Montgomery County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined1045
Avg Daily Population947
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll257
Full time total employees257
Total salaries and wages8500375
Other operating expenditures2443495
Total construction costs184797
Equipment, furnishings, etc61393
Year of original construction1987
Year of major renovation2003
Name of new facilitynot applicable


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