Jail Division

The Jail Division has a staff of 266 sworn and civilian personnel.  The Jail is commanded by the Jail Administrator, Major Andy Eason.  There are also five lieutenants and 16 Sergeants who provide additional supervision twenty-four hours every day of the year.  The Montgomery County Jail houses inmates for misdemeanor and felony crimes.  Some inmates are awaiting trial while others have been convicted and are serving their sentences.  Others have been convicted of felonies and are due to be transferred to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to serve their time.  Montgomery County has many different services and programs offered to inmates. 
Visit the Jail Department Information page for descriptions of all departments within the jail.

Close up photo of Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Detention Officer patch

Inmate roster
Search by name to determine if a person is housed in the MCSO Jail Facility and view booking photos.

The Montgomery County Jail resumes Inmate Visitation on March 3, 2022. Please visit our visitation information page to review our guidelines and schedule your next visit.

Inmate FAQ
Visit this page to review some of our most asked questions about sending inmates letters or money, property pick-up, accepting phone calls, and more.

Email: mcsocjr@mctx.org
Phone: (936) 760-5800 #2

The menu for (936) 760-5800 #2 is as follows, press
1 for Visitation Information
2 for Directions 
3 for Warrant Information
4 for Property Information 
5 for Non-Emergency Dispatch or
6 for Inmate and Bonding Information