Chippewa County Correctional Facility
The Chippewa County Correctional Facility is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Staff personnel include the Jail Administrator, Assistant Jail Administrator, two Corporals, 13 full-time Correction's Officers, 12 part-time Corrections Officers, 2 Community Service Supervisors, 3 Cooks and a facility Physician.
Offenders lodged at the correctional facility are processed in through the Booking Office. Questions concerning bail and court appearance for arraingnment can be answered by the booking officer. Bonds posted must be in cash or through bail bondsman. Checks and foreign currency will not be accepted.
Visitors must be on the inmate's visitation list. No visitors under the age of 17 are allowed (special exceptions may be approved by the Jail Administrator). Inmates are allowed up to 3 visitors per visitation day, 15 minutes per visit. The visitation schedule is as follows:
Female inmates whose last names begin with A - J: Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Female inmates whose last names begin with K - Z: Sundays, 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m
Male inmates whose last names begin with A - J: Saturdays, 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Male inmates whose last names begin with K - Z: Sundays, 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Visitors report to the second floor of the city/county building. Visits are non-contact, the inmate and visitor are separated by a window and will talk to each other via phone. Inmates may not receive any packages or gifts from visitors. Cash may be given by a visitor to be deposited into the inmate's account.
The only personal items an inmate may have while in custody are cash (which will be deposited into his/her account), prescription eye glasses, and medical prescriptions (which will be given to the facility physician for approval to be dispensed). Additional personal hygiene items may also be purchased through the commissary.
Inmates are issued facility clothing during their stay at the correctional facility. Some additional clothing items are also available to the inmate through the commissary. Suitable street attire may be provided for the jury trial.
Inmates are provided 3 meals per day. Inmates may also purchase snack items through the commissary.
The correctional facility does not accept personal calls for inmates. Inmates may make personal calls from their cell phones. Calls must be made collect, or with a telephone card sold by the facility.
Drug and Alcohol Counseling
Native American Culture Studies
Inmate Worker Program
Electronic Tether Program
Community Service Program (Organizations wishing to request community service workers should contact the Community Service Supervisor at 906-635-6883.)