The Union County Jail is located in Monroe, North Carolina at 3344 Presson Road 28112. The jail staff can be reached by calling (704) 283-3641.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Union County Jail fill out the form at the top of this page.
About the Union County Jail
The Union County Jail is located in Monroe, North Carolina and is operated under the jurisdiction of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. This facility was opened in 1994 with the capacity for 264 inmates at one time. There are an additional 24 holding areas that are designated as temporary holding cells incase overflow is needed for the jail. This facility uses a pretrial classification system that has inmates booked and classified within 72 hours of their incarceration. They do this to ensure the safety of the staff and inmates and to effectively manage the inmate population. To locate an inmate within this facility use the inmate locater at http://sheriff.co.union.nc.us/jailinmates.aspx.
Local Bail Services
Bailing out of the Union County Jail is an easy process if you use a local bail bondman to secure your release. Once a bail amount has been set you will be eligible for release from the jail. Some of the best local bondsman in Union County include:
· Bail M Out Bonding
· AC Bail Bonds
· Doc Bail Bonding
· Statewide Bonding
· Tim Mathis Bail Bonds
Inmates at the Union County Jail are given privileges for telephone, mail and in person contact with friends and family members. Each inmate is allowed to have two 15 minute visits per week. Two adults are allowed per visit. There are specific days of the month where children are allowed to visit, two at a time with the accompaniment of an adult. Your visitation day will be determined by your last name, A-L are held on Thursday and Saturday, and M-Z are held on Friday and Sunday. A valid government issued ID or passport will be required to check into the visitation facility, and all visitors must be approved by the inmate being visited in advance. Anyone found in violation of the rules will have visitation privileges revoked. For more information on the Union County Jail they can be reached directly at (704) 283-3641.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Union has a total population of 198,645. The population has increased by 74,868 (61%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 314.6 and covers 632 square miles.
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Residents of Union experienced 5,092 crimes in 2011. The #1 crime was arson with 26 circumstances. The #2 lawless act was theft with 1,391 circumstances. The #3 lawless act was vehicle theft with 103 reports. The #4 violation was burglary with 850 circumstances. The #5 infraction was property crime with 2,344 occurrences. The #6 violation was assault with 154 crimes. The #7 lawless act was robbery with 21 circumstances. The #8 unlawful act was rape with 12 circumstances. The #9 unlawful act was murder with 2 violations. The #10 violation was violent crime with 189 occurrences.