Due to COVID-19, all onsite visits have been suspended until further notice.
Inmates at the Henderson County Detention Center are allowed visitation. Visits can be made onsite or remotely. All visitors must create an account on the NCIC website and upload a photo and valid ID. Onsite visits are free of charge while remote visits cost $0.30 per minute.
Each inmate is allowed one 15-minute visit per week. Visitors can use the kiosk in the lobby to schedule a visit. No contact visits are allowed. Visits are conducted through the video visitation system.
Henderson County Sheriff Information
The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office is the chief law enforcement agency in the county. It provides various services to the communities under its jurisdiction including crime prevention, criminal investigations, court security, civil processes, and emergency response. The head of the HCSO is Sheriff Lowell S. Griffin.
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office Address:
100 North Grove Street
Hendersonville, NC 28792
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:
Henderson County is located in the southwestern region of North Carolina. The county seat is Hendersonville. It is also the largest city. According to the 2021 census, it has an estimated population of 116,829. The total area of the county is 375 square miles.
2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 169
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings
Henderson County Public Records Information
The Records Department of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for managing the reports filed by the officers. They are also responsible for responding to requests to view public records from the Sheriff’s Office. If you wish to obtain a copy of an incident report, you may contact the department at 828.694.2785-o.