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Williamson County Corrections Overview
At Georgetown Texas, you will find the Williamson County Corrections. This is the main detention center for the area. The Honorable Chief Richard Elliot is the jail administrator, and you can contact him using the number (512) 943-1365. Their offices are located at 306 West Rock St Georgetown, TX 78626. You can also visit their website at http://www.williamson-county.org/ for more info and services. The county jail has a population of 724 inmates and a capacity of 1128 with 291 beds available for new inmates.
Georgetown is named after a soldier of the Texas Revolution, George Washington Glasscock. He donated his land for the site.
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What you will find: Mugshot, Warrant #, Charge, Issuing Auth, Offense Date, Bond/Type, Fine, Disposition.
The Corrections Center embraces the use of technology to deliver its services. Use the link http://judicialrecords.wilco.org/ to visit their website for a quick search of inmate records. You can also help keep the county safe by providing any information you may have regarding the county’s most wanted criminals list. There are rewards to be won! Juan Munoz Escamilla is one of the most wanted criminals at the county for theft by check.
Jail Policies and Procedures
Phone calls made to the county jail are limited to a few minutes and are recorded as per the center’s policies. You can also communicate using mail. Ensure that you use the center’s mailing address and indicate the inmate’s ID and full names.
Visitation policies require that you produce valid identification documents upon arrival to the county center. Every inmate provides a list of expected visitors. Ensure that you contact them in advance to add you to the list.
Sending funds to an inmate’s commissary account is through money orders. Alternatively, you can make a quick deposit at the center’s kiosk.
Bail Costs and Bail Bondsman
“Bail bond” means a cash deposit, or similar deposit or written undertaking, or a bond or other security, given to guarantee the appearance of a defendant in a criminal case. You are allowed to contact a bail bondsman if you are not able to raise the bail amount. The bondsman will charge you a fee of around 10-15% of the bail amount.
Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Williamson County?
Freedom Bail Bonds – Georgetown
home 307 S Rock St, Georgetown, TX 78626, USA
phone (512) 930-3040
They answered all of my questions and were very knowledgeable. My husband had a felon and they got him a bail set and out in less then 24 hours. I could never thank them enough!!!
Monica, the black woman… is rude, condescending, uninformative and a bit incompetent. Did not explain things thoroughly and said the the method of return could be immediate and put back on my husbands card, which was an outright lie…have to wait 10 to 14 days for your money and then its sent in the mail by check….she lied about other policies as well…
I spoke to several people in this office over the phone. The names I remember are Lexie and Monica. I had never before been in a situation where I would need the services of a bondsman before, and to be honest I still don’t really know what the difference between bail and bond is, or how he’s processes are supposed to work. I think the women I spoke to could tell I’m really out of my depth. Although I barely kept my composure during any of my conversations with the employees here, they never failed to be comforting, calm, and talk me through everything that was happening with my fiancé. They basically held my hand through the scariest day of my life and I will be eternally grateful to them. They were so sweet, so personable, and walked across the street to the jail to talk to my fiancé, who called me when he could and said they were very helpful and gave him some peace of mind. I owe freedom bail bonds so much, and I would recommend them to anyone who finds themself in need of such services.
|Williamson County Jail Population Report|
|Data Collected Thu, 22 Nov 2018 00:00:15 CST from the Texas Commission on Jail Standards|
|Convicted Felons Sentenced County||12|
|Parole Violators New Charge||25|
|Convicted Sjf Sentenced County||13|
|Convicted Sjf Sentenced State||10|
|Percent Of Capacity||54.34|
Williamson County Texas Sheriff Office Address: 508 S Rock St, Georgetown, TX 78626, United States
Friday, December 7th, 2018 at 2:44pm
With the Nov. elections behind them, @WilcoElections gave a fond farewell and best wishes to Carolyn Herbert, who retired in October after 20 years with WilCo! Thank you for all you have done over the years for the citizens of Williamson County! https://t.co/Y1wogFV9ZY
Friday, December 7th, 2018 at 7:01am
This holiday season, WilCo employees would like to send a seasonal greeting to their loved ones who are currently serving in the military. Tom Stanfield from our Facilities Dept would like to wish his son, Cade Stanfield, who is serving as a Navy corpsman, a very Merry Christmas! https://t.co/pOi4E72ysh
Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 12:00pm
On Wednesday afternoon, Williamson County held a retirement party celebrating Judge Dan Gattis. Judge Gattis was sworn into office on January 1, 2007. Judge Gattis plans on spending more time with his family, and says he and his wife, Karen, will eventually take time to travel. https://t.co/Jxm07EB2ZO
Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 7:35am
On Tues night, the WilCo District Attorney’s office hosted the 6th Tree of Angels ceremony to remember those who have been affected by violent crime. Friends and families of victims and survivors of violent crime were invited to bring an angel ornament to place on the tree. https://t.co/tCH3MwNOJo
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