Our facility is located at 311 Hauss Square in New Albany, Indiana. Recently renovated, the jail houses pre-trial detainees and some state offenders. The staff of the facility is responsible for the care and custody of the inmate population, transportation of inmates, court services, and facility security.
The jail utilizes an automated information system that friends and family can call to find information about an inmate. To utilize this information system call 812.948.5406 and select one of the following options:
Press 1 while in the call for general information and visitation Press 2 for inmate information such as charges and bond information Press 3 to leave the inmate a voicemail (there is a fee for this) You can also learn more at the quick links below:
Inmate Property Pickup
The Floyd county Sheriff’s Department in partnership with the Floyd County Clerk’s Office accepts court cash bond payments after hours and on weekends and holidays. The Sheriff’s Department will only accept these payments when the Floyd County Clerk’s office is closed.
Full Amount must be paid to Clerk’s Office or the Floyd County Sheriff.
Please Note: + The Sheriff’s Department accepts cash only and we cannot make change. No coins are accepted. + You must bring exact payment in cash. + A valid government ID is required for the person providing funds or deemed the payee. + The payee must provide all information required by procedure. + $5.00 special death benefit bond fee will be collected when bonding someone out of jail
Types of Bonds:
Court Cash Bond
10 % of the total bond is required and can be paid in the Floyd County Clerk’s Office during normal business hours. After hours, it can be paid in the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department jail lobby.
Full Cash Bond
100% of the total bond is required and can be paid in the Floyd County Clerk’s Office during normal business hours. After hours, it can be paid in the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department jail lobby.
10 % of the total bond is paid to a bonding company. The Sheriff’s department maintains a list of approved bonding companies.
Inmates may maintain a commissary account according the rules & regulations of the Floyd County Jail. To deposit monies into an inmates account you may do one of the following:
This link will take you to our commissary provider, Tiger Accounting, to arrange this payment. (Tiger charges a service fee with this method)
The kiosk machine in the front lobby of the Sheriff’s Department may be used 24-7 to deposit money into any inmate’s commissary account. The machine accepts both cash and card, and a fee will be applied.
Commissary payments in the form of cash are accepted during normal business hours in the lobby of the Floyd County Jail
Money orders or cashiers checks may be mailed to an inmate in the Floyd County Jail, but must not to exceed $100.00. Money orders or cashier’s checks must be mailed to P.O. Box 1406 New Albany Indiana 47151.
Floyd County Inmates receive digital mail on a daily basis while incarcerated, through Securus Technologies. Mail is screened by staff prior to being sent through the digital mail center. The inmate will be notified if any mail is withheld from them, including the reason why. To send mail to an inmate, please use the address below.
Inmates may not receive the following types of material according to policies: Lewd or graphic material, newspaper, magazine material, books, blank paper, gang related materials, staples, paper clips, stickers or anything else deemed contraband or violating the policies and procedures of the Floyd County Jail or the US Postal Service.
Legal mail only from attorney’s, the court system or another government entity will be accepted at the Floyd County Jail and should be addressed as listed below.
Regular Inmate Mail
Inmate Name & Jail Number C/O Securus Digital Mail Center – Floyd County Jail PO Box 588, Lebanon, MO 65536
Inmate Name Floyd County Jail P.O. Box 1406, New Albany, IN 47150
Floyd County Inmates may receive one on one clergy visits from approved ministry volunteers at the scheduled times below. In order to be an approved clergy volunteer you must complete our online orientation and application. You will be contacted by a jail administrator when you have been approved. All clergy members are required to have a background investigation conducted and complete our orientation process.
If you would like to become a volunteer in the Floyd County Jail, please contact our jail administration to obtain the proper paperwork.
MALE INMATES: Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays - 7:00am - 10:00pm
Inmates may release personal property 7 days per week, outside of normal business hours. (8:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m.) No property will be released during normal business hours. You must bring a valid state ID to pick up items. Inmate may refuse to release items in their property at their discretion, unless directed by court order.
Exception: The Indiana Department of Corrections (IDOC) does not accept any property items. Inmates that are transferred to IDOC will be given the opportunity to give 2 different parties permission to pick up their property, after they are transferred. Once the inmate is transferred our staff will attempt to contact the listed parties and arrange pickup within 48 Hours.
Each inmate in the Floyd County Jail is entitled to 1-free (30 minute) visit per month (MUST BE DONE ON-SITE). Inmate’s free visits are scheduled by availability. (Saturday and Sunday ONLY). The system will notify the visiting party of cancellations or changes via email. The system will also notify if the inmate’s 1-free (30 minute) visit per month has been used or is already scheduled by giving a message of not available.
At the time of scheduling, the family member/friend must be prepared to provide the following information: Inmate Legal Name or Jail ID Number Visitor’s Official Picture ID (Driver’s License, School ID if minor) Visitor’s Home Address Visitor’s Telephone Number Visitor’s Email Address
All visitors must bring an ID to the facility when the scheduled visit takes place. Visits will promptly start, please arrive a few minutes early.
All visitors must schedule an appointment at least 24 hours in advance and must pay for each scheduled session prior to the visit taking place. All schedule visits are non-refundable. The Floyd County Jail uses video visitation through Securus Technologies.
Participation in video-visitation is a privilege, not a right. Both visitor and inmate are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate fashion at all times during a video visit.
Floyd County reserves the right to deny, cancel or terminate a video visit prior to or during a video session based upon visitor and/or inmate conduct. Floyd County also reserves the right to restrict visitor(s) from participating in any or all future use of the video system.
Any nudity, tight fitting or provocative clothing are strictly prohibited and will result in having your visitation privileges suspended indefinitely. Recordings and photographs of any kind are not allowed during visitation, any of these actions may result in your visitation privileges being suspended indefinitely.
All use of the video visit system (friends, family, and inmate) is recorded and subject to monitoring by all Floyd County Sheriff’s Department employees. Your use of the video visitation system constitutes consent to any and all recordings and monitoring.
Violations of the rules below will result in the visitor privileges being suspended indefinitely. + Tight fitting, provocative, or see through clothing is prohibited. + Nudity, partial nudity, sexual acts, simulated sexual acts, or depiction thereof is prohibited. + Security threat group or gang activity, signage, symbols, or other representation of any such group is prohibited. + Any illegal activity, conspiracy to commit an illegal act, or depiction thereof is prohibited.
Floyd County Sheriff's Office | Sheriff Steve Bush