Saline County Jail, AR Prison Inmates
- Postal Code
- Saline County
- Phone Number
- 501-303-5642, 501-303-5609
- County Jail
- 735 South Neeley Street, Benton, AR, 72015
- Official Website
About Saline County Jail
Saline County Jail inmate locator: Release Date, Description of Charges, Mugshots, Booking Date, Inmate List, Bookings, Charge, Arrests, Who's in jail, Arrest Date, Offense Date, Bond.
This facility in Arkansas has 222 beds and was opened in 1993. Fully staffed by jail staff, nurses, and volunteers, there are also several programs available for inmates at the Saline County Jail. Inmates can earn their GED, and also undergo substance abuse consoling if they need it. There is a library on premises, and there are various religious services. The Saline County Jail is typically for a variety of inmates from pre-trial inmates to inmates that have already been sentenced. Males, females, and juveniles all stay at this jail.
Saline County Sheriffs Office
- 735 South Neeley Street, Benton, Arkansas, 72015
The easiest way to search for an inmate at the Saline County Jail is to call 501-303-5642, 501-303-5609.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
Inmates can now receive emails. To send emails to inmates, set up an account here. You can also 501-303-5642, 501-303-5609 to set up an account. Be advised, there is a fee to send emails. Inmates are able to send replies via email.
You can also send regular mail, which is delivered Monday through Friday. All mail is opened and screened by jail staff. Send the mail to:
Inmate’s Full Name
Saline County Jail
735 South Neeley Street, Benton, AR, 72015
You can send mail to an inmate either at the Saline County Jail kiosk in the lobby of the jail by cash or credit card or online.
You can deposit up to $150 per credit card transaction and $500 per month.
If you are depositing cash, you can deposit as much as you want, but make sure the inmate will not be released before being able to spend everything in his account.
To send payment online, go here.
Inmates at the Saline County Jail can make phone calls with inmate debit account to landlines or cell phones. Funds will need to be added to an inmates account before he can make calls. Inmates cannot receive phone calls.
Inmates can use their commissary accounts, which have received money in the above listed methods.
For additional questions and help, click here.
Inmates can receive visitors daily. You should call ahead to 501-303-5642, 501-303-5609 to make sure visitation is occurring that day and the inmate does not have any visitor restrictions. Make sure your name is on the pre-approved visitor list for the inmate you wish to see. If there is any type of facility lockdown, visitation would be canceled on that particular day. Plan ahead and make sure to dress conservatively and not bring any prohibited items into the Saline County Jail.
Monday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Sunday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.