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Dawson County Law Enforcement Center (NE) Inmate Search & Look Up - Prison Roster

308-324-2279
709 North Grant Street, Lexington, NE, 68850
Dawson County Law Enforcement Center Website

Dawson County Law Enforcement Center Correctional Facility, located in the city of Lexington, Dawson County, Nebraska, is a highly secured jail that currently hosts thousands of inmates. These inmates have been convicted under the law of Nebraska state and according to the listed penalty, inmates who are 18+ are serving time in the Dawson County Law Enforcement Center for unforgivable crimes. The County Jail authority is responsible for looking after this facility.

You can access complete information about Dawson County Law Enforcement Center including inmate search procedure, direction to prison, visitation hours and rules, and methods to share mails, packages, or money with the inmates through this page.

Dawson County Law Enforcement Center - Prison Detail

Facility Name Dawson County Law Enforcement Center
Facility Type County Jail
Address 709 North Grant Street, Lexington, NE, 68850
Phone 308-324-2279
City Lexington
Postal Code 68850
State Nebraska
County Dawson County
Official Website #

How To Deliver a Package of Mail to Inmates

You are allowed to share a package or mail with inmates given you only deliver the items that fall on the approved list and have obtained prior approval from the specific prison administration. In case of confusion, you can contact 308-324-2279.
The package should be addressed to the following location:
Inmate Name
Inmate ID
709 North Grant Street, Lexington, NE, 68850

How To Sending Money With Someone In Prison

Inmates can receive money from outside to fulfil their needs while serving time. However, they need to have an active commissary account for this transfer. Once the account is active, the prisoner may receive funds through check, cash, or money order.

Visitors are also allowed to get in touch with the administrative office and deposit cash directly into the inmate's account if need be. In any case, you have to provide inmate ID and full name for successful transfer of money.

How To Get In Touch With Prisoner Via Phone Call

Although it is not possible to call an inmate yourself, someone in prison can call outside between 7.00 am to 7.30 pm. The call can be for up to 30 minutes but if it is time of rush hours, the duration may be reduced to 10 minutes or less. Moreover, the charges for the call must be beared by the receive.

How To Visit An Inmate In Prison - Visiting Hours

Only the visitors who have registered themselves with the administration are allowed to meet inmates. Consequently, your name needs to be in the approved list of visitors before you go. If there is a confusion, it is better to get in touch with the prison authorities and ensure you are on the list before planning the visit within the given time frame.

It is also necessary to bring along a valid government ID. Moreover, a prior felon or a child below 16 who visits without a guardian will not be allowed to enter.

Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM

How To Get Direction For Inmates

Visitors can use the map plotted below to find the driving directions to Dawson County Law Enforcement Center .