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The Alexander County Detention Center is responsible for housing both male and female individuals who are in the custody of the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office. The facility is located right beside the Alexander County Law Enforcement Center at 91 Commercial Park Avenue in Taylorsville, NC. It can hold up to 164 inmates.

The detention center is currently headed by Captain Mike Lunsford who is the jail administrator. His second-in-command is Lt. Jonathan Starnes. They are charged with overseeing the daily operations of the facility.

How to Send Mail or Package

Inmates confined to the Alexander County Detention Center are allowed to receive mail from family and friends. All mail should be addressed in the following manner:

Attn: Detention
Inmate: John Doe
91 Commercial Park Ave.
Taylorsville, NC 28681

To send money to an inmate in the Alexander County Detention Center, family members and friends may deposit funds in the drop box located in the facility’s lobby. The money should be placed in an envelope provided at the drop box with the inmate’s full name written on it.

Visitation Hours

Inmates confined at the Alexander County Detention Center have the privilege of visitation. Visitation is scheduled by appointment only through the iWebVisit website. Family and friends can create a free account and schedule onsite or remote visitation. Visits need to be scheduled at least a day before the actual visitation will take place. Each inmate is allowed one free 15-minute visit per week on site. The visitation schedule is as follows:

A-Pod, B-Pod
Tuesdays 8:00am – 12:00pm 1:00pm – 4:00pm 6:00pm – 10:00pm

C-Pod, D-Pod
Thursdays 8:00am – 12:00pm 1:00pm – 4:00pm 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Sundays 8:00am – 12:00pm 1:00pm – 4:00pm 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Segregation Inmates
By appointment only as authorized by Command Staff

The Alexander County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online database of all inmates currently housed in the detention center. The list of inmates is organized alphabetically according to their last names. This list can be filtered based on the inmate’s first name, middle name, last name, age, sex, race, booking agency, primary charge, or arrest date. Each inmate’s profile shows his/her photo, full name, age, race/sex, arrest date, release date, next court date, charge, and bond amount.

The Alexander County Sheriff’s Office also posts its most wanted list online. Each person on this list is shown with a photo, age, race, and sex as well as any pertinent information on file.

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Alexander County Sheriff Information

The Alexander County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for providing law enforcement services to the residents of Alexander County. It is composed of several divisions such as the Patrol Division, Narcotics, Communications, and Detention. The ACSO is charged with enforcing local and state laws, serving subpoenas and other legal documents, and conducting patrols around the county. This agency is also responsible for conducting criminal investigations as well as handling all emergency communications needs for the county.

Alexander County Sheriff’s Office Address:
91 Commercial Park Avenue, Taylorsville, NC

Alexander County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:

Alexander County is located in North Carolina. The county seat is Taylorsville while the largest community is Bethlehem. It has an estimated population of 36,644 based on the 2021 census. The total area of Alexander County is 264 square miles.

2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 48
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings

Alexander County Public Records Information

The Records Division of the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for processing and recording all legal processes for the agency including warrants, civil summons, and subpoenas. This division is also responsible for managing the records database where all information from official documents created by the officers such as incident reports and arrest reports are stored.

If you need a copy of an incident report or other official documentation, you may submit a request in person at the Records Division office which is in the lobby of the ACSO. On average, reports take 2 days to be processed before they become available for pick up. Copies can be mailed or faxed only if they are requested by a victim’s insurance company. For any questions, you can reach the Records Division at (828) 632-1111.

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