Headed by the County Sheriff, Sheriff Drew Alexander, and the Chief of Corrections, Chief Gary L. James, the jail facilities within Summit County ensure the state, federal and local laws are abided by. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office supervises the Summit County Jail, a minimum security facility. The current capacity for the jail rests at 671 inmates, both male and female. This full service detention center is adequately staffed with qualified and specially trained staff to provide safety and protection for inmates and the correctional facility’s staff. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office also provides security for the Glenwood Jail, which is a smaller minimum security jail. Both facilities provide inmates with the services needed to provide inmate safety, general welfare and rehabilitation.
You can call inmate services for the latest information at 330-643-2177, or check the daily roster here.
You can search for court records using this county site.
No, inmates can make outgoing calls only by collect call or using a prepaid plan.
Inmates are only allowed one visit per week. See this page for registration and scheduling.