During intake, inmates at the county jail receive medical and mental health screenings, complete fingerprint submissions and file background checks. They are assigned their area of residence in the jail based on a classification process.
Inmates can be contacted during visitation time by telephone or mail.
Inmates are allowed up to two-15 minute visits a day, and visitation is limited to Thursday through Sunday, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m., with specific days and times designated by inmates’ last names.
Inmates are able to call anyone outside of the jail through a service provided by Securus Technologies. Individuals wishing to receive phone calls must set up an account by calling 1-800-844-6591 or at www.securustech.net.
Inmate mail can be sent through the U.S. Postal Service to:
3344 Presson Rd.
Monroe, North Carolina, NC 28112.
The jail does not allow money orders, checks, cash, books, explicit photographs or materials, or food items. To contribute to an inmates trust account you can visit the Jail ATM kiosk located at the jail. You can also deposit money online through www.jailATM.com.
This bureau provides security during local judicial proceedings and acts as a resource for judges and other staff who work at the Judicial Center or as jurors or witnesses. In addition, this bureau transports those on trial, provides security for the Court Intake Center and oversees the pre-trial release program.
Monroe, NC 28112
Captain Macky Goodman
Detention Division Supervisor
Jail Transport: 704-292-2500
Jail Transport Fax: 704-292-2599
Sergeant Jamie Grigg
Sergeant Brian Funderburke
Sergeant Brian Macarine
Sergeant Mark Medlin
Sergeant Angela Carver
Sergeant James Dennis
(704) 292 2655
The Union County Sheriff’s Office (UCSO) provides a full range of law enforcement services for our citizens in a continually growing county. These services include patrol, jail, civil process, criminal investigation and animal services.
The Sheriff’s Office works to serve the public to the best of their ability by providing quality service to citizens through contemporary law enforcement tactics, philosophies and proficient development of personnel.