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You may call 608-328-9598 or the Communication Center at 608-328-9400. The Green County Jail is located at 2827 6th Street, Monroe, WI. The jail houses maximum security prisoners who are awaiting trial or who do not have work release privileges, medium security prisoners, and minimum security prisoners sentenced with Huber Law/Work Release.
In addition, the jail is the booking facility for processing prisoners into jail, and is the centralized location for releases from the jail facilities.
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We do not accept routine telephone messages for any of the prisoners. If you have an emergency message (death in the family, major illness) which can be verified, we will make every effort to pass the message on. All calls out of the Jail are billed "collect." Contact the Sheriff’s Office at 608-328-9400 for more information.
Prisoner property in the Green County Jail is kept at the jail facility and you need to appear in person. Be prepared to wait, since all property releases must be authorized by the prisoner before we can release it. It is best if you can notify the prisoner ahead of time so that the prisoner can have the proper paperwork ready before you come. If needed, money and small amounts of clothing are accepted for the prisoners.
A property receipt for money and clothing must be filled out by you. These property receipts are located in the lobby of the Green County Sheriff’s Department/jail facility located at 2827 6th Street.
You can write to a prisoner as often as you like. Correspondence must contain your full name and complete address. If it does not contain your full name and address, mail will not be accepted and will be returned to you or the post office. Your correspondence must also contain the prisoner’s full name and be sent to:P.O. Box 473Monroe, WI 53566
We do not accept packages for prisoners. Mail can be sent in envelopes no larger than 10 inches by 13 inches. The following is allowed: letters, correspondence, money orders, and photos which are no larger than 3 inches by 5 inches. No Polaroid photos, stamps, pornography, or nude photos are allowed. Any envelope exceeding a 10 inches by 13 inches size or any envelope appearing to contain nonacceptable items will be returned to the sender or post office at sender’s expense. This includes Federal Express and U.S. Post Office overnight mail.
Prisoner mail is opened and searched for contraband prior to distribution to the prisoner. The jail does not accept hand-delivered mail. All mail must be processed through the U.S. Postal Service.
Prisoners have individual cash/commissary accounts. These accounts are used for the prisoner to order items from commissary service and for all money transactions. Only cash or money orders are accepted for prisoners.
Your options for bond include:
To add money to an inmate’s account you may:
To learn more about the visiting hours of the jail, or how to schedule video visits, access the Jail page.