The Corrections Division of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is commanded by Captain Jay Fondren and is responsible for the Care, Custody and Control of the inmates housed in the Shelby County Correctional Facility. The Facility is a 500 bed facility which houses local, county, state, and federal inmates of both pre-trial and convicted status. The jail is staffed by 65 highly trained correctional professionals.
Line Officers and First-line Supervisors work 12-hour shifts for 24 hour coverage. Jail staff utilizes state-of-the-art video surveillance systems, court teleconferencing, telephones, intercoms, radios, computerized jail management and fingerprint systems, as well as digital imaging to manage inmate populations in one of the most sophisticated corrections facilities in the region. The podular design of the facility is often copied and is one of the most efficient in the state and nation.
Inmates are received and released 24 hours a day 365 days per year from the facility, located at 380 McDow Road in Columbiana, AL. Inmate care provided includes on-site medical, dental, and mental health services. General Population inmates are allotted one 30-minute visit per week and the schedule is available on “Inmate Listing” under each inmate’s name. Disciplinary action or classification may affect visitation and/or telephone privileges. The inmate Commissary and telephone systems are provided by outside vendors.
For specific information about bonding procedures, the inmate phone system, a listing of current inmates and the inmate handbook, click on “Jail Information” on the home page.
Shelby County Corrections Division
P.O. Box 1240
Columbiana, Alabama 35051
Phone: (205) 669-3938
Fax: (205) 669-3868
Below you will find reports with the jail information set out as public by Alabama law.
Sheriff to maintain record book as to prisoners received into county jail; contents thereof.
The sheriff must keep, in his office and subject to the inspection of the public during office hours, a well-bound book, to be procured at the expense of the county, in which he must enter a description of each prisoner received into the county jail, showing the name, age, sex, color and any other distinguishing marks, together with the charge for which such prisoner is held, the order and date of commitment and the order and date of release.
January 2016 Inmate Intake and Release R