Searcy County Jail

The Searcy County Jail is located in Marshall, Arkansas and is operated by the Searcy County Sheriff's Office. This facility houses adult male and female inmates who have been arrested by local county or city law enforcement. This facility is for Searcy County Arkansas only, and is not connected to the city of Searcy, Arkansas (which is located about 70 miles away).

Inmates are held at the Searcy County Jail for crimes ranging from violations to misdemeanors to felonies. The facility also houses those who have been charged with a crime and are awaiting trial, as well as state inmates awaiting transfer to the Arkansas Department of Corrections. 

Pretrial confinement at this facility is not for punishment purposes. Instead, detainees who have not been convicted and who haven't made bail are being held to assure that they appear in court. Sentenced inmates are held at the Searcy County Jail as punishment for their offense.

To find out if your loved one is being held at the Searcy County Jail, click here to see an inmate roster.

Posting Bond

The purpose of a bond is to make sure that an arrested person will appear at their scheduled court date when they are released from jail. Judges usually determine the amount of bond, while the sheriff determines the sufficiency of the bond. If a person is arrested with a warrant, it will generally have the bond amount listed. 

Cash Bond: The person who is arrested (or someone acting on their behalf) may post the entire bond amount in cash, which will be held by the sheriff or the court pending disposition of the criminal case.

Surety Bond: Secure release from jail through a professional licensed bail bonding company, aka a “surety bond.” The bonding company will charge non-refundable fees that are not applied to any fines, costs, or restitution that may later be ordered by the court. 

OR Bond: Releasing someone on their “own recognizance” is simply a promise to re-appear at a later date for further judicial proceedings. These are only used for very minor offenses.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

Visitation hours and rules for the Searcy County Jail have not been made publicly available. If you wish to visit an inmate at this facility, please contact the sheriff's office directly for more information.

Physical Address

Searcy County Jail
208 Factory Road
Marshall, AR 72650

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Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Searcy County Jail
Inmate Name
208 Factory Road
PO Box 812
Marshall, AR 72650

How to Call an Inmate

You can't call an inmate who is housed at the Searcy County Jail, but they do have access to phones and can make outgoing collect calls.

How to Send Money

Anyone may add funds to an inmate’s commissary account at the Searcy County Jail using one of the following methods:

  • Visit the lobby of the Searcy County Jail. There is a commissary Kiosk machine in the lobby that is accessible at all times, which accepts both cash and cards. Just follow the touch screen prompts on the Kiosk to add funds to a particular inmate’s commissary account.
  • Go online to and select “order commissary or send money online.” Follow the prompts by selecting the appropriate state, county, and Jail facility. Then select “Web Deposit,” enter the inmate’s name, and follow the prompts to add money to that inmate’s commissary account. Or, click here to go directly to the Searcy County Jail page. You can add money to an inmate's commissary account, or order items that will be delivered to the inmate at the Jail.
  • Mail a money order directly to the jail, that is made payable to the inmate.

Programs For Inmates

Programming information for the Searcy County Jail is not publicly available.

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Careers at Searcy County Jail

If you are interested in a career with the Sheriff's Department and would like more information about the job openings at the Searcy County Jail, click here.