The Detention Center is equipped to hold adult male and female persons. It was opened in October of 1987 with a holding capacity of 63. Our average daily inmate population in 2007 was 92. With the expansion in 2018 we currently have 154 beds. The majority of persons held in this facility are pre-trial, meaning they have been accused but not convicted of a criminal offense. Inmates have daily access to medical care. Due to HIPPA laws; medical issues of inmates are confidential and cannot be discussed with others. Commissary is offered two times a week; available items for order include hygiene items and food selections. Please note that cash money is the only thing accepted for inmates.
The adult detention facility is a division of the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office. The facility is operated twenty-four hours a day throughout the year. Detention Staff attend training at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy on the latest techniques in offender management. All officers are CPR and First Aid qualified. The Inmate telephone services are provided by Securus Technologies. For customer questions about billing and access, please call 1-800-844-6591, 24 hours a day.
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To leave a message for an inmate please call 406-758-5617, option #4. Be advised this is available if they have been moved to general population.
Adult Detention Visiting Hours
Saturday – From noon until 9pm, with a one hour break from 1pm to 2pm for lunch. Visitor sign in begins at 11:45am.
Sunday – From 9am until 9pm, with a one hour break for lunch between 1pm and 2pm. Visitor sign in begins at 8:45am.
Maximum of 4 persons visiting and one visit per inmate per day. You must be over 18 years of age to visit an inmate.
View a list of current inmates.
A.A. and N.A.
A.A. and N.A. groups meet in the jail to conduct the typical 12 step programs that help people deal with the problems of alcohol and drug abuse and the addiction that so often imprisons the individuals more firmly than the walls of the jail.
The jail provides all sorts of suitable reading materials for inmate use. The books and magazines are donated to the jail by several churches, businesses and individuals, and are delivered on a weekly basis to every pod in the facility.
This approximate 40 x 30 foot room allows for fresh air, basket ball and time to exercise.