The Montgomery County Jail operates on the principal and belief that the safety and security of the inmates, staff and community are essential. The jail staff constantly strives to provide appropriate supervision and security of the persons entrusted
to their care. Jail programs are designed to instill self-respect and desire for self-improvement while a individual is incarcerated, with the ultimate goal to return law-abiding citizens to the community. The jail also oversees the Home Electronic Monitoring (HEM) program for inmates who have been ordered to serve their time while remaining in their home.
The current jail building
was reconstructed in 1987-88 at a cost of $1.5 million.
Tolerance standard for sexual misconduct and sexual assault
Learn more about PREA via the National Prison Rape Elimination Commission website.
If you were the victim of a sexual assault while in custody or know of an incident of sexual assault of a person at the jail, you are urged to report the incident
by filling out the form and email the PREA report form to Captain Cochran Your anonymity will be protected. If you file a false report it could result in criminal charges.
PREA report form
All reported incidents will be investigated. Any incident/allegation that involves potentially criminal behavior will be referred to the Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division. You will be contacted, but you may still remain
Register for notification of an inmate's release or you may fill out a victim notification form and send it via e-mail or fax to (540) 382-6942.
For inmate information or to contact the jail, call (540)
382-6904 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download and view the PREA Annual Report
Download and view the PREA Audit
Download and view the PREA Jail Staffing Plan