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The Warren County Jail houses sentenced and unsentenced individuals who have been arrested by local law enforcement. It has an average daily population of 48 inmates and an estimated yearly turnover rate of 960 offenders. The facility is located at 132 Rafters Lane in Warrenton, North Carolina.

How to Send Mail or Package

Inmates housed in the Warren County Detention Center may receive mail from family and friends. All incoming mail need to be sent through the US Postal Service. It will be searched for contraband. All incoming mail must have the sender’s complete name and return address on the envelope. To send mail to an inmate, please address it in the following manner:

Inmate’s Name
Warren County Detention Center
P.O. Box 678
Warrenton, NC 27589

Visitation Hours

The Warren County Detention Center grants its inmates the privilege of visitation. Visiting hours are set by the facility. If you want to visit an inmate here, you can get in touch with the staff at the detention center by calling 252-257-3314.

Warren County Sheriff Information

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office is the main law enforcement agency in the area. It provides various services to the public such as routine patrols, criminal investigations, detaining suspects, and responding to calls for service. The head of the WCSO is Sheriff Johnny M. Williams.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office Address:
132 Rafters Lane, Warrenton, NC 27589

Warren County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:

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Warren County can be found in the northern region of North Carolina. Its county seat is Warrenton which also happens to be the largest town in the area. Based on the 2020 census, it has an estimated population of 19,522. The total area of the county is 444 square miles.

2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 46
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings

Warren County Public Records Information

Copies of public records are available in Warren County upon request submitted to the appropriate department or government agency. Court records such as criminal cases and divorce judgments can be obtained from the Clerk of Court’s office. The Register of Deeds office handles requests for vital records and real estate deeds. Copies of police reports can be requested from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.

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