The Montgomery County Jail is located in Dayton, Ohio at 41 North Perry Street 45402. The jail staff can be reached by calling (937) 224-8447.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Montgomery County Jail call (513) 657-1535.
About Montgomery County Jail
The first Montgomery County Jail was built in 1803. However, there have been a series of revampings and reconstructions of the jail. The present jail was constructed in 1993 and was renovated in 2004. The present capacity after the renovation stands at 900 prisoner beds. The Montgomery County Sheriffs Office has put together a video detailing the daily operations in the jail.
Bail Bonds in Montgomery County
There are several bail bondsman operating in Dayton, Ohio including:
Food and medical facilities
Other facilities for inmates
The visitations are allowed for prisoners only once a week any day from Monday through Sunday. Provision for visitation has also been made on legal holidays. A maximum of three visitors can meet an inmate. Children always need to be accompanied by adults. Visitors must adhere to a stringent dress code which includes shirt, ties and shoes. No offensive or provocative dress is allowed inside the prison.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Montgomery has a total population of 532,562. The population has decreased by -26,502 (-5%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 1153.9 and covers 462 square miles.
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Residents of Montgomery experienced 3,823 crimes in 2011. The #1 lawless act was arson with 7 occurrences. The #2 criminality was theft with 865 circumstances. The #3 lawless act was vehicle theft with 135 violations. The #4 unlawful act was burglary with 636 crimes. The #5 lawless act was property crime with 1,636 violations. The #6 infraction was assault with 139 reports. The #7 crime was robbery with 105 occurrences. The #8 unlawful act was rape with 22 crimes. The #9 unlawful act was murder with 6 violations. The #10 unlawful act was violent crime with 272 instances.