Kimball County Jail
Frequently Asked Questions dealing with:
- Where is the Kimball County Jail located?
Kimball County Courthouse
114 East 3rd Street Ste 12
- Who Should I contact if an emergency has occurred and I
need to forward the information to an inmate?
- Ask for the Jail Administrator; explain you situation,
and you will be assisted.
- How can someone that has just been arrested be released
without appearing in court?
- If the individual is eligible for pre-arraignment release
or needs to pay fines, the correctional staff should be contacted to
determine the amount necessary for the individual to be released. The
money should then be taken to the Jail. The money will be posted for
bond or fines, and a receipt will be issued. Once the money is received,
the release process will begin.
- Where do I go to post someone’s bond or fine?
- The Kimball County Jail, 114 East 3rd Street,
3rd floor of the Kimball County Courthouse.
- Who determines if an individual can be released on bond
prior to appearing in court?
- The County Court Judge has instructed the Sheriff and
Deputies as to what charges an individual can be released on with out
first appearing in court, and the bond amount owed to be released.
- Will the Kimball County Jail take a personal check?
- No. The Jail can only accept cash.
- What are the hours bonds and fines payments are accepted?
- What type of situation would require someone to be held
- If the judge ordered the hold
- If the charge was related to a domestic violence case
- If the charge is serious felony
- If the warrant is from District Court
- If the warrant is from another state
- If the individual indicated that he/she will not appear
for court as ordered
- If the individual could not post the money required for
bond and/or fines
- If I post someone’s bond, will I receive the refund?
- Yes. The inmate will have to sign the Assignment portion
of the bond form, designating you to receive the refund. Also, you will
need to keep your receipt and present that to receive the refund.
- If someone is sentenced to jail to serve a sentence and/or
fines, who calculated the release date?
- The Jail Administrator. The release date is determined
form the sentencing information provided by the court and any special
orders of the judge.
- How do I receive credit for time served on a case?
- The request must be made to the Judge, who then
authorizes the Jail Administrator what credit can be applied toward that
- May I serve several fines at one time?
- No. All fines are to be served consecutively, unless the
sentencing judge makes a special order.
- How much credit will I receive toward my fines for each
day I serve in jail?
- When and where can I place money on an inmate’s account?
- Money can be deposited on an inmate’s account at the jail
during business hours
through Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm)
- When can inmates buy items form the commissary?
- Inmates are offered commissary each day where they may
purchase sodas and candy. Any other items needed may be requested and
will be purchased as soon as possible.
- When an individual is released, in what form will his/her
inmate account be returned to him/her?
- What type of property may be brought to an inmate at the
- None. All Clothing and necessary personal hygiene items
are provided. The Corrections Officers will accept only the following
Prescription glasses or contacts
Clothing for court appearances
- How old must someone be to visit an inmate?
- At least eighteen (18) years of age; persons under the
age must be accompanied by a Parent or legal guardian (proof required),
or be able to produce of marriage to the inmate.
- What are the times I can visit?
- Visiting Hours are Monday and Thursday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
- What do I need to visit?
- You must be able to produce valid and current picture
- How long do visit last?
- 30 minutes—1 hour, depending on total number of visitors
- What could cause me to lose my visiting privileges?
- Any violation of the visiting rules or any inappropriate
conduct. Visiting rules are available at the jail.
- How may I contact an inmate by phone?
- Telephone calls cannot be placed to inmates. Inmates
have daily access to a phone that allows them to place collect calls.
- May I send mail to an inmate?
- Inmates may generally correspond through the mail with
whom they choose, as long as the correspondence does not jeopardize the
public or facility safety or security. Incoming mail will not be
delivered to inmates if it contains contraband items, stickers, stamps,
or stains. Inmates may purchase envelopes and stamps from commissary, so
these items will not be given to inmates if received in the mail.
- Address to mail to:
c/o Kimball County Jail
114 East 3rd Street
Kimball, NE 69145
Civil Process Service
Domestic Court Orders
Kimball County Jail