The Jail Division currently is staffed with 25 Full-time Jailers, 2 Sergeants, and the Jail Captain.  In February of 2003, the Jail staff and inmates moved into the new Polk County Jail.  If there are any questions not answered below, email Chief Deputy Wes Revels. (Questions sent to the webmaster will be forwarded to jail staff, but may take several days to be answered.)

Depositing Funds

Family members and friends can learn about ways to put money into an inmate’s commissary account.

Visiting Rules

It is the Policy of the Polk County Jail that in order to ensure the opportunity for Inmates to maintain ties and contacts with family, friends, attorneys, and clergy persons, regular visitation will be provided.

Huber Privileges

Find out how to retain a job, continue education, or assist a spouse or family member with child or adult care while serving a jail sentence.

Wisconsin VINE

The Wisconsin VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender’s custody status changes.