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Cook County Jail Inmate Information
Inmate Visiting Hours
Saturday : Female 10:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Male (last name beginning A-L) 1:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.
Sunday : Trustee 10:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Kitchen Detail 2:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.
Male (last name beginning M-Z) 1:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.
All visitors must be at least 18 years of age with a picture ID, and may not be a victim or witness in the inmate’s case. Visitation is limited to a 30 – minute session per inmate per week. Only one visitor at a time will be allowed in the visitation booth to see an inmate. If more than one person is to visit an inmate, it is the responsibility of the inmate or the visitor to limit their time so that all can visit the inmate. The visitation rules and guidelines are posted outside of the visitation booths, and must be followed or the visitation will be ended by staff.
Inmate Mail While incarcerated inmates may receive and send U.S. Mail. Mail received will be opened and inspected for contraband. Once inspected the mail will be delivered to the inmate. Letters from Attorneys, Courts of record, government officials will only be opened in the presence of the inmate, when suspected the mail contains contraband. Inmates may send an unlimited amount of U.S. mail while incarcerated. Stamps, paper, flexi-pen, and envelopes may be purchased through commissary. None of these items are allowed through the mail, without approval. Indigent inmates upon request will be provided with writing materials, i.e. paper, pen, envelope, postage. The Cook County Jail does not accept packages through the mail; they will be returned.
Send U.S. Mail to: Inmate’s Name
Cook County Jail
1000 County Farm Rd.
Adel, GA 31620
Telephone The Cook County Jail has an inmate telephone system. Inmates may make unlimited collect phone calls during calling hours, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. The phone call is limited to 15 minutes per call.
Inmates may purchase phone cards from the inmate Commissary.
Special Note: Corrections Staff will not take telephone messages for inmates. Only verifiable emergency messages will be taken.
Commissary Inmates may purchase personal hygiene products, writing supplies, greeting cards, snacks, etc. through the weekly commissary. Commissary orders are submitted once a week, on Wednesday, and will be received on Friday. The maximum amount of money an inmate may spend on commissary items is $40.00 per week. (During holidays, order and receive dates are subject to change for that week.)
Money orders Money orders may be sent to inmates through the U.S. Mail. Money orders will be deposited into the inmate's commissary account.
Special Notice: Within the first 7 days of an inmate's incarceration, the following items may be accepted in person, for the inmate with approval from the Administrator or his designee.
1- roll on deodorant (in clear plastic container)
1- shampoo (in clear plastic container)
1- bar soap (bar only)
1- Bible
Writing paper (no spiral bound notebooks)
10 - stamped envelopes
6 - pair white socks
6 - white t-shirts (no tank tops / no designs)
6 - white briefs
6 - white sports bras (no under wire)
8 – 3x5 photos (no Polaroid)
2 – pair. white Long Johns
1 - tooth paste (clear plastic container)
All other items must be purchased from Commissary.
For further information, contact the Jail staff at 229-896-7471.

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