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Carbon County Wyoming Sheriff Overview
Carbon County is located in the southern part of Wyoming, north from the Colorado State Line. Its county seat is Rawlins. Carbon County was established in 1868 from Laramie County in Dakota Territory, which had a jurisdiction over current territory of Wyoming. The name of the county is for the first coal mine with extensive findings in the county, opened by the Union Pacific Railroad. The zip codes in Carbon County are 82321, 82324, 82323, 82327, 82325, 82331, 82334 and 82332.
Carbon County Sheriff’s Office is run by Sheriff Jerry Colson while the second person in command is Undersheriff Archie Roybal. To get in touch with the Sheriff via email use email@example.com. Alternatively, call him on 307-324-2776 or visit the Sheriff’s Office located on 415 West Pine Street in Rawlins. Mara Sanger is the Court of the District Court. The Carbon County has a Juvenile Justice center which is located on 215 W. Buffalo Street, Suite 151C in Rawlins. To contact Megan Crow, the Diversion Specialist, call 307-761-9572.
Carbon County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: P.O Box 190 415 West Pine Street Rawlins, WY 82301
Inmate Search in Carbon County Jail
By calling the Sheriff’s Office on 307-324-2776 you can get the most recent inmate arrest information for inmates housed in the local jail. There is a separate online resource for state offenders managed by the Wyoming Department of Corrections. However, the state Offender Locator does not provide information about local inmates. An alternative way to find details about prisoners on the web is via the Wyoming VINE link. Talk to the Jail Administrator Debra Bisceglia for additional inmate search details.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures:
To deposit money on an inmate’s commissary account, please use the online system or the in-person option.
For the in-person option visit the jail front lobby and use the cash or card kiosk which is available for 24 hours a day.
To Transfer Money Online
The Carbon County Sheriff Department uses SMART DEPOSIT to accept online money transfers.
Please have the following information available before going online:
4-digit Pay Location Code (PLC) #: 5500
Inmates First and Last Name (middle name not required but recommended)
Facility Code: Facility State: WY Facility: RWL – Carbon County Sheriff’s Office
Resident Booking #: (This is the inmate’s 5 digit JRN number assigned by the Jail) Please call 307-324-2776 if you need the inmate’s JRN number.
To access SMART DEPOSIT online click on this link www.smartdeposit.com or copy and paste into your web browser.
Inmate Commissary Program
The Carbon County Sheriff Department has a commissary program available for inmates. This program allows inmates to purchase food stuffs and personal items beyond what is provided for by the department. Money that the inmate had with them when they were brought into the jail is put into an account that the inmate can draw on. In addition family and friends can put money into the inmates account by following the instructions under “Transfer Money to an Inmate” above.
Working at Carbon County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:
If you have previously created an account on this site, you do not need to create a new login.
If you do not have an account on this site, please enter a desired User ID and Password in the appropriate boxes and click ‘New User’.
Ease: You can apply for all jobs as they become available. No fussing with paper and no waiting for an application to be sent to you in the mail.
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
When someone commits a sex offense, such as rape, statutory rape, molestation, sexual abuse or assault, lewd or indecent conduct or other sex-related act against the will of another individual, he or she will be classified as a sex offender and must register in that capacity in the offender registries organized on country or state level. Carbon County residents can access the registry to remove safety concerns by checking records for local offenders. To learn who is registered as a sex offender in Carbon County, visit the main Wyoming sex and violent offender registry.
Bail and Bondsman
The court sets the bail amount in the court order to offer an option for the inmate to defend from freedom in the criminal justice proceedings. As an arrestee, you can post the bail at court by yourself or obtain a bail loan from professional bonding agencies. The bonding agent will post the bail at court on your behalf. Bondsmen usually ask for some bond security, such as property placement and charge a 10 to 20 percent fee for the service.
|Carbon County Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||43|
|Avg Daily Population||42|
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|Full time payroll||26|
|Full time total employees||26|
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|Year of original construction||2005|
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Address: P.O. BOX 190 RAWLINS WY 82301
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