|Address:||55 Mahalani Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, 96793|
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County of Maui Jail is in Wailuku, Hawaii. County of Maui Jail started holding their employee orientation and training classes. It was not until a few months later that inmates started arriving.
County of Maui Jail entire goal is to keep a humane, secure, and safe place for inmates and their staff members.
The facility can hold inmates (Adult). There is an administrative office as well.
County of Maui Jail has their inmate roster public. You can find their inmate roster on the official Maui County Sheriff’s website. You can search the inmate roster by the inmates name, the charge they are being charged with (or already charged with), or by the how many numbers of days they’ve been in the County of Maui Jail.
In the County of Maui Jail, you can find their name, mugshot, the charge they are in on, date of birth, and other personal identifying information. From here, you can schedule visitation too.
Inmates can receive mail. All mail is scanned into the Smart Communications system and then available to the inmates.
To send mail, you will need to use the following address:
County of Maui Jail
INMATE NAME, ID NUMBER
55 Mahalani Street, Wailuku, HI, 96793
The inmates then will be able to check their mail at the inmate kiosks. This is to keep both staff and inmates safe from things that people try and sneak into letters, postcards, and other postal mail.
However, inmates can still choose to send letters through the snail mail, but many inmates prefer to use the Smart Communications system to send an email because it is faster.
Both inmates and their family and friends must pay $0.50 per message. It also costs $1 for inmate’s family and friends to send a photograph. Inmates are not permitted to print out photographs.
You can send money to inmates in County of Maui Jail a few different ways.
You can contact Keefe Commissary at this phone number 866-345-1884. You can also add money by contacting Correct Solutions at the phone number 877-618-3516.
If you are close to the jail, you can come in to the Maui County Sheriff’s Office Lobby from 7am to 11pm minus holidays.
The last way you can send money is by going online and setting up an account with Access Corrections. There is a fee involved with this service.
Jail clerks are no longer in charge of setting up visitation appointments. In order to visit, you must have a government ID. There are only four people allowed to visit at one time.
Depending on what pod the inmate is being held in, visitation can be between 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM. Each housing pod has two designated visitation times.
All visitors in County of Maui Jail need to be registered, even children. You must call and schedule an appointment with 24 hours of the visit. You can also schedule visitation times online too.
Video visitation is available too. Video visitation is through Smart Communications.
You are only permitted one visit a week. Visitation days in County of Maui Jail are typically Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
|Monday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
|Sunday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
The visiting starts in first in, first out type of fashion. No new visitors will be allowed in 45 minutes before the end of the visit day. 45 minutes before the end of the visit day officers start escorting those who were first in out of the visitor room.
|Total Prison Admissions||157|
|Female Prison Admissions||19|
|Male Prison Admissions||138|
|Asian Prison Admissions||22|
|Black Prison Admissions||-|
|Latino Prison Admissions||-|
|Native Prison Admissions||-|
|White Prison Admissions||51|
|Other Prison Admissions||15|
|Total Prison Population||371|
|Female Prison Population||63|
|Male Prison Population||308|
|Asian Prison Population||66|
|Black Prison Population||6|
|Latino Prison Population||12|
|Native Prison Population||-|
|White Prison Population||110|
|Other Prison Population||25|
Refer the map below to find the driving directions
|Correctional Facility Name||Type||County|
|FDC Honolulu, Hawaii 60.69 miles||Federal Prison||Honolulu|
|Maui Community Correctional Center, Hawaii 0.64 miles||State Prison||Maui County|
|Women’s Community Correctional Center, Hawaii 69.03 miles||State Prison||Hawaii County|
|Honolulu Jail, Hawaii 57.76 miles||City Jail||Honolulu County|
|Kulani Correctional Facility, Hawaii 75.16 miles||State Prison||Hawaii County|
|Halawa Correctional Facility, Hawaii 61.5 miles||State Prison||Honolulu County|
|Hawaii Community Correctional Center, Hawaii 75.02 miles||State Prison||Hawaii County|
|Oahu Community Correctional Center, Hawaii 58.97 miles||State Prison||Honolulu County|
|Hilo City Jail, Hawaii 75.43 miles||City Jail||Hawaii County|
|Waiawa Correctional Facility, Hawaii 6.43 miles||State Prison||Honolulu County|