Macomb County Jail
The Macomb County Jail currently has a capacity of 1,238 beds. The jail houses pre-trial detainees and prisoners sentenced to one year or less. The facility is staffed by Corrections Officers, Deputy Sheriffs, Sheriff Command Officers, and a variety of support staff and volunteers.
For information on visiting an inmate, check here.
Sending Books to Inmates
Some approved Internet vendors, such as Amazon.com, allow private individuals and other vendors to directly sell publications on their websites. That individual or vendor, not the approved Internet vendor, then mails out the publication. In such cases, inmates are allowed to receive the publication only if the vendor actually selling and mailing the publication is identified as an approved Internet vendor. Inmates are not allowed to receive the publication if sold and/or mailed by a private individual.
NOTE: All books must be paperbacks. No hard-covered books are accepted.
To send U.S. Mail to a prisoner housed at the Macomb County Jail:
NOTE: Incoming personal mail containing unauthorized/prohibited items will be placed in the inmate's property until release. It will not be given to the inmate while in custody Prohibited items include but are not limited to: nude, pornographic, explicit or inappropriate photos/materials, postage stamps, food items, checks, bills, receipts, envelops, labels, oversized cards, Polaroid’s, magnets, stickers, ribbon, etc.).
The Inmate Trustee Program - provides work opportunities for eligible sentenced inmates in housekeeping, maintenance, kitchen, library, laundry and animal shelter. Inmate work details are supervised by Sheriff's staff