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Cass County Government Building 200 Court Park Logansport, IN 46947

Cass County Jail

General Info
Department
Head
Cass County Sheriff
 Ed Schroder
Contact
Information
Phone: (574) 753-7800 
Fax: (574) 753-7816 
Location Cass County Jail
100 Court Park 
Logansport, IN 46947

JAIL RULES

News Update - Effective June 1, 2020 

Phone Calls

  • Inmates cannot receive incoming calls. Inmate phone accounts can be set up at www.inmatesales.com or you can call 1-877-998-5678.

Mail

  • Letters, photos and any other standard types of mail should be sent to:  
     Jailatm.com - Cass County Jail
    INMATE ID# and FULL NAME
    2043 S. Bend Ave., Box #309
    South Bend, IN 46637
  • Money orders, certified checks, books from the publisher should be sent to:
     Cass County Jail
    INMATES NAME
    100 Court Park
    Logansport, IN 46947
  • Inmates may receive mail that has been sent through the US Post Office
  • Letters must have the senders full name and complete return address.
  • Pencil, black or blue pen, typed or computer printed is acceptable for communicating with the inmates.
  • Please no stickers on the envelopes.
  • Padded foam, bubble wrap, plastic, cardboard etc mailers will not be permitted
  • Please refrain from using return address labels and destination address labels.
  • Cass County Jail accepts completely filled out money orders and or cashiers checks. We do not accept cash or personal checks.
  • For the safety of the employees, inmates and the security of the facility, Cass County Jail (CCJ) has adopted as policy - Incoming mail restrictions. Mail will be confiscated for the following restrictions:
    • Incomplete senders full name (first and last) and/or complete return address
    • Pages or clipping of books, magazines, and newspapers
    • Blank paper, blank greeting cards, or blank envelopes (inmates may purchase these items off commissary)
    • Photocopies of copyrighted material, books, magazines, coloring books, puzzle books, etc.
    • Maps
    • Inmate to inmate mail (jail or prisons) sent to CCJ inmates
    • Not conductive to CCJ penological interests. Includes the following but not limited to: lyrics/communication referring to killing, lawlessness, drugs, gangs, etc.
    • Gang related, gang signs, gang tattoos, gang symbols, or drug related communications/photographs/pictures/drawings
    • Artwork specifically for tattoos
    • Obscene material or photographs showing penetration, or private body parts will not be permitted
    • Powder, glitter, perfume, lipstick/lip gloss, metallic pen, glitter pen, paint, glue, crayon, sticky notes, staples, paperclips will not be permitted on envelope or letter.
    • Any unknown substance, on the envelope or letter such as bodily fluids, coffee, food, white out etc.
    • Greeting cards with glitter, padding, plastic ribbon, musical, glued, or tape. Some of these items cannot be searched without destroying the card.
    • Polaroid photographs
    • No hardback books or magazines are allowed.
    • Should you want to send a specific book to an inmate, it must be directly mailed from a bookstore, publisher, or retail outlet.
    • Once the inmate is released or transferred to another facility, the book becomes part of the Cass County Jail Library.
    • Cass County Jail does not forward mail. Mail for inmates no longer incarcerated at CCJ will be returned to the sender.

Commissary

  • Personal hygiene items cannot be brought into the jail and must be purchased through commissary. (Unless transferred from another facility)
  • Inmates have the opportunity to basic hygiene when they are initially booked in and can order once a week thereafter. Commissary is ordered on Mondays and delivered on Tuesdays.
  • There is a $100.00 limit on commissary orders
  • If an inmate is released from CCJ before commissary is distributed the inmate may release their commissary to another inmate or pick up within 72 hours or it becomes property of CCJ.

Visitation

  • Visitation is now done electronically using video visits. To schedule a visit, go to jailatm.com
  • Visits are allowed from 7 AM to 10 PM daily. There are video visitation kiosks at the jail that are free to use or if you choose to visit remotely, you may do so but charges will apply. Go to jailatm.com for details.
  • Visitors must be at least 18 years old.
  • NO food or drinks
  • NO cell phones, NO cameras or any type of recording device.