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The Wilson County Detention Center houses sentenced and unsentenced individuals. It can hold up to 302 local, state, and federal inmates. The facility has around 6200 bookings with an average daily population of 310 inmates.

How to Send Mail or Package

Inmates housed in the Wilson County Detention Center may receive correspondence from family and friends. All incoming mail must be sent through the US Postal Service. It must have the sender’s complete name and return address. In addition, all incoming mail will be opened and searched for contraband. To send mail to an inmate, you can address it in the following manner:

Inmate’s Name
Wilkes County Detention Center
P.O. Box 1666
Wilson, NC 27894-1666

Visitation Hours

The Wilson County Detention Center grants its inmates the privilege of visitation. Visits need to be scheduled ahead of time. To find out the visitation hours for this facility, you can call (252) 237-2118.

Wilson County Sheriff Information

The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office is the principal law enforcement agency in the county. It has a staff of 168 employees. The Sheriff’s Office is made up of four major divisions – Field, Investigation, Detention, and Community/Judicial Services. It provides various services including drug enforcement, routine patrols, criminal investigations, court security, and animal control. Sheriff Calvin L. Woodard, Jr. heads the WCSO. You can reach him directly via email at [email protected].

Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Address:
100 E. Green St.
Wilson, NC 27894-1666

Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:
(252) 237-2118

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Wilson County can be found in the eastern region of North Carolina. Its county seat is Wilson which is also the largest city in the area. According to the 2021 census, the estimated population is 78,369. The total area of the county is 374 square miles.

2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 315
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings

Wilson County Public Records Information

Wilson County’s public records are available upon request. The Register of Deeds’ office is responsible for handling requests for vital records and real estate deeds. The Sheriff’s Office handles requests for police reports. The Clerk of Court’s office handles requests for copies of court records such as divorce judgments.

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