How to Send Mail or Package
Inmates housed in the Bertie-Martin Regional Jail are allowed to receive mail. Please note that all incoming mail will be inspected for contraband. In addition, the full name of the sender and the return address need to be included. The mail should be addressed as follows:
Inmate’s full name, identification (docket) number, housing assignment
c/o Bertie-Martin Regional Jail
230 Country Farm Road,
Windsor, NC, 27983
Sending money to an inmate housed in the Bertie-Martin Regional Jail is only possible through money orders. Make sure to put the inmate’s full name, docket number, and housing assignment on the money order. Deposits can be made through the phone by calling 252-794-9283 or by using the lobby kiosk which will require you to pay a small convenience fee.
Inmates confined in the Bertie-Martin Regional Jail are allowed visitation. Each inmate is allowed two visits per day. Visitation is held from Mondays through Fridays from 9am to 6pm. For more information on how to schedule a visit, you can call the facility at 252-794-9283.
The Bertie Martin Regional Jail does not post its roster online. If you wish to locate an inmate at this facility, you can get in touch with them by calling 252-794-9283.
Bertie County Sheriff Information
The Bertie County Sheriff’s Office is the principal law enforcement agency in the county. It provides various services to the residents such as enforcing laws, investigating crimes, and conducting patrols. The head of the agency is Sheriff John Holley. You can reach him directly via email at [email protected].
Bertie County Sheriff’s Office Address:
222 County Farm Rd.
Windsor, NC 27983
Bertie County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:
Bertie County can be found in the northeastern region of North Carolina. The county seat and largest town is Windsor. Based on the 2021 census, it has an estimated population of 17,505. Its total area is 741 square miles.
2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 32
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings
Bertie County Public Records Information
The Bertie County Register of Deeds is responsible for the management and safekeeping of many public records for the county. These include deeds, deeds of trust, plats, powers of attorney, and notary public records. This office is also responsible for issuing birth, death, and marriage certificates. If you wish to obtain a copy of a public record, you can submit your request in person, via phone, or through writing. For more information, you can get in touch with Director Annie F. Wilson at (252) 794-5309.