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(866) 930-TIPS
or Submit Via Tip

Narcotic Tips HOTline
(512) 549-5003
or Submit Via Email

Non-Emergency:
(512) 549-5100
(24 hours)

Emergency:
Dial 911

Sheriff's Office Frequently Asked Questions
200 Jackson Street | Bastrop, Texas 78602 | (512) 549-5100 
  • Until recently, we have allowed the public to search for inmates via the County's website.  The search would display all jailings for the individual.  We have been made aware, and confirmed with the Texas Attorney General's Office, that this was not in compliance with current law.  Therefore, we have removed the inmate search function.  Until further notice, you can inquire about inmates by calling the booking desk at (512) 549-5073.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  

    Law enforcement records and court records can still be searched at http://records.co.bastrop.tx.us/publicaccess/default.aspx

  • By Phone: 
    Phones are available in each of the dayrooms for inmates to utilize.  A 15-minute time limit is enforced to allow all inmates access to the telephone.  Phone calls can be made by a calling card purchased by the inmate from commissary or by a loved one calling Securus Technologies to set up an account to receive calls from an inmate.  Should you have questions regarding the Securus phone system or phone call charges, please call (800) 844-6591.

    Phone Cards:
    As an alternative to collect calls, inmates can also purchase phone cards for $10, $20 or $30 through commissary.  Phone cards can be used to reach cell and/or landline phones.

    Inmate Mailing Address:
    Inmate name (Inmate SO number)
    1601 Mills Street
    Bastrop, Texas 78602

  • DOs 

    • Your first and last name, and complete mailing address.
    • Inmate’s name they are booked under, and inmate number.
    • Maximum of 5 pictures per envelope.
    • Letters can be typed or handwritten.

    DON'Ts

    • Lipstick, perfume, cologne, foreign substances, glitter, liquid paper, etc.
    • Pictures with alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, sexually explicit, or gang related.
    • Pages torn from books, magazines, or pamphlets.
    • Books of any kind, they must come from a publisher.
    • Envelopes, stamps, paper, pens, etc.
    • Photo-copied materials or anything printed from the computer (except correspondence).

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