Purchase a $10, $20, $50, or $100 card for any inmate. A copy of the purchased card will be delivered directly to the inmate to use. You can use your smartphone to set up collect calling or buy inmate phone cards online at: www.reliancetelephone.com
Visitation may be denied if the inmate is under disciplinary sanctions.
Visitors must be an immediate family member.Immediate family is defined as spouse, parents, children, siblings and grandparents.
If an inmate wishes to have a non-family member visit, he may request permission.Administration will make the decision.
Juvenile children will be allowed to visit parents as deemed appropriate by their parent or guardian.
Anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
All visiting will take place in the visiting booth via the telephone provided for that purpose.Visits may be restricted to 20 minutes if there are others waiting.
All social visits are non-contact.
Professional visitors such as clergy and attorneys will be allowed to visit at any reasonable hour.These visits are not audio recorded.
All visitors must register by giving their name and relationship to the inmate.A government issued photo ID will be required.
Visitors may be asked to provide information about themselves that will be used to perform a background check.You may choose not to provide this information but if you don’t, you won’t be allowed to visit.The result of the background check may be used to determine if you are allowed to visit or not.
Any person who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance will not be allowed to visit.
Any attempt to bring contraband or weapons into the facility will result in arrest and criminal prosecution and denial of future visiting privileges.
Visitors must wear proper attire at all times.No revealing or obscene clothing will be allowed.The Corrections Officer has the right to use his or her discretion in refusing a visitor based upon inappropriate attire.
All visitors are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner.No flashing, exposing oneself or acting in a sexual manner will be allowed.Loud or profane speech will not be tolerated.The Lake of the Woods County Sheriff’s Office Staff will use their own discretion to determine if any behavior warrants the termination of the visit and future visiting privileges.
Prisoners are allowed to purchase items from our candy & pop machines and to buy phone cards to make outside phone calls.You may bring them money for this.They are also allowed to smoke when outside for recreation.Money and cigarettes must be brought in during visiting hours only.The Corrections Officer will refuse to accept these items if they come in at any other time.
Personal clothing that is brought in to an inmate who has been given STS or Huber privileges will be thoroughly searched.
You may not bring anything else for the prisoner other than what has been noted above.
The Lake of the Woods County Jail has the right to refuse or terminate any visit.
The Lake of the Woods County Sheriff’s Office is responsible by state statute for processing and maintaining warrant data. An arrest warrant is issued by a judge as a result of a suspected commission of a crime and/or failure to follow an order of the Court. A judge must sign and approve each warrant before it is entered into the records system.
The Lake of the Woods County Sheriff makes outstanding warrants available as a public service. Disclosing active warrants promotes public safety and aids in the identification and apprehension of those individuals wanted on a warrant.
Do you have a warrant? How to take care of a warrant? How to verify you have a warrant for your arrest?
Contact the Lake of the Woods County Court Administration to verify if you have a warrant for your arrest during their normal business hours at 218-634-1451.
Contact the Sheriff’s Office to verify you have a warrant for your arrest after Court Administration is closed or on weekends or holidays at 218-634-1143.
How to post bail for an individual at Lake of the Woods County Jail
Bail can be posted for a Lake of the Woods County warrant or an individual as long as the bail amount has been set by the court.
Courthouse – You can post CASH BAIL or bond during normal business hours Monday thru Friday with court administration. You MUST have the EXACT amount. The Courthouse does not have a cash machine on site. No personal checks, credit cards or debit cards will be accepted.
Sheriff’s Office – You can post CASH BAIL or bond after normal business hours Monday thru Friday, weekends or holidays when the Courthouse is closed. You MUST have the EXACT amount. No personal checks, credit cards or debit cards will be accepted.
Out-of-County Bails – You can post out-of-county CASH BAIL or bond at the Sheriff’s Office 24 hours, 7 days a week.