Richmond County Jail - Brief Information Guide

Richmond County Jail

The Richmond County Jail is the largest portion of the Law Enforcement Center and is administered by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office. Below are the contact details of Richmond County Jail and Richmond County Sheriff’s Office
Richmond County Jail Address: 401 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30901, United States
Richmond County Jail Phone: +1 706-821-1000 or at (706) 821-1101

Important Phone Numbers of Richmond County Sheriff’s Office


Richmond County Jail VA(Virginia)


Address: PO Box 115 Warsaw, Virginia, 22572
Phone: 804-333-3611 or at (804) 333-3415

Richmond County Jail NC(North Carolina)/Phone Number


Address: 105 W Franklin St, Rockingham, NC 28379, United States
Phone: +1 910-419-7500

Richmond County Jail Inmates

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office provides access to inmate information to serve the general public.

Richmond County Inmate Search


To search an inmate that is housed in the Richmond County jail, use Richmond County inmate search online .
  • Tap on 'View all inmates' to view the list of inmates currently at the Richmond County jail facility
  • To search quickly, enter an inmate's name in the search box and click on submit
  • To obtain inmate details like mugshot, court type, charge, court date and bond amount Click on the full name of a result
  • If the user have any trouble in searching the inmates, please call the Richmond County jail for help (910) 895-3232

Inmate Visitation Policy

  • Inmate Visitation is conducted on Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday from 8:00 am to
    12:00 noon. All the visitors must be signed in by noon
  • Per visitation day inmates only receives 30 minute visit
  • It is the responsibility of inmates to submit a request form for visitation as well as notify the visitor
  • For face-to-face visits visitors usually go to the visitation booths for half-hour. The order of visitation is determined by the order in which the visitor signs in
  • Video Visitation hours are from 8:00 am to 12:oo noon. Visits follow a first
    come, first served basis
  • Visitors of the inmate are limited to the immediate family such as mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, grandparent, and spouse.
  • All the visitors must be at least 17 years of age and visitors must provide VALID identification
Note: If the visitors are not related to an inmate and attempt to visit under false means in that case the visitors will be barred from all future visits. For any kind of queries please call at 706-821-1110 or (706) 821-1101

Richmond County Jail Commissary

Commissary is the fastest and most secure way through which inmates can receive funds from friends and families. Through MoneyGram or Western Union, the inmates can receive funds in Augusta-Richmond County Law Enforcement Center. Please contact Augusta-Richmond County Law Enforcement Center by calling +1 706-821-1000 before sending commissary funds to known if the inmate has physically arrived at the facility or not. Funds can be transferred online or by visiting the nearest MoneyGram agent. Once funds are received, inmates can purchase items from the canteen services through their inmate commissary account.

Richmond County Detention Center


The Richmond County Detention Center is actually the main jail in Richmond County Georgia. While the police in Richmond County can arrest as well as detain the offenders, the Richmond County Detention Center is the facility that is approved by Georgia to keep the inmates for more than 72 hours. The Richmond County Detention Center is located at
Location: 1941 Phinizy Rd. Augusta, GA 30906
Phone: 706-821-1110 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

Richmond County Jail Mugshots


Mugshots are basically police photographs of a person that is arrested for a crime. Mugshots are used by law enforcement for painting the photographic record of criminals to aid help in identification by investigators, crime victims, and the public at large. Mugshots at the Richmond County Jail of the inmates are for informational purposes only and are never used for commercial use. To get the details about the mugshot you are looking for call the jail at 706-821-1110 .

Complaint Reporting Procedure

  • Serious complaints like criminal misconduct or any brutality are investigated by Internal Affairs
  • The complaints that are less serious such as unprofessional conduct is normally investigated by the employee’s supervisor
  • Complaints can be done in person, by electronic email, or by calling the Internal Affairs Division at 706-821-1000 calling hours 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday excluding holidays

How Do Inmates in Richmond County Detention Center Make Phone Calls?


For assisting the inmates in making phone calls to other people or receiving phone calls from inmates follow the steps mentioned below
  • The Richmond county detention center uses the services of a company called Inmate Sales
  • Register with Inmate Sales online or call them at 877-998-5678
  • Calling hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 12:00 midnight, Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM, agents speak both English as well as Spanish
  • Services that are for inmates and their families include Collect Calling, Purchasing Calling Cards, PIN Debit, Deposits, Messaging as well as Video Visitation

How to Mail a Letter Inmate?


While mailing a letter or even a postcard to an inmate, please address the mail as mentioned below
Inmate's First and Last Name
CBWDC
1941 Phinizy Rd.
Augusta, GA 30906
Phone: 706-821-1110
All the mails that are sent to an inmate at the Richmond County Detention Center should include the sender's name as well as the mailing address written at the top left corner of the envelope or postcard. If in case of the return address is not given then the likely result is mail Not being delivered and the letter is destroyed