The Randolph County Jail is a 195 bed facility serving all of Randolph County's
Law Enforcement Agencies. Both males and females are incarcerated at this
facility from age 16 and up. The jail is located at
790 New Century Dr, Asheboro, NC.
Phone - 336.318.6625.
Visitation is currently held Monday through Friday, 7:00pm to 8:00pm.
Pods EA and H will be held on Saturdays from 1:30pm to 2:30pm.
Visitors must be on the inmates requested visitation sheet and have a valid STATE ISSUED photo ID (minors excluded) or a valid UNITED STATES PASSPORT. The schedule for visitation is:
POD EB, EC & FEMALE BOOKING
POD MALE BOOKING
POD EA & H 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Only properly labeled, prescribed medication will be
accepted by the jail staff on behalf of anyone housed at the Randolph County
Jail. If you wish to provide money to someone currently incarcerated, mail
a MONEY ORDER in the persons name to the Jail's address.
In addition to accepting money orders via US Mail - Randolph County Jail now offers commissary through Oasis Commissary Services, Inc.. Money may be deposited into inmates’ accounts via the automated Kiosk in the jail lobby. At this time, the kiosk accepts CASH ONLY. There is a fee of $2.50 per transaction. The kiosk is available for use 24/7.
People booked into the Randolph County Jail have access to payphones managed by Paytel Communications from 10:00am to 10:00pm. No incoming calls are permitted. If you have problems receiving calls from the Jail, contact Paytel at 1-800-729-8355.
PREA Standard §115.22
It is the policy of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office to maintain a zero-tolerance for inmate-on-inmate sexual assault, staff sexual abuse, sexual misconduct, and/or sexual harassment toward any inmate. Immediate action shall be taken to protect inmates who are reasonably believed to be subject to a substantial risk of imminent sexual abuse.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office shall thoroughly
investigate every allegation of sexual abuse and when warranted
by evidence, impose relative sanctions up to and including
Retaliatory measures against employees or inmates who report
incidents of sexual abuse shall not be tolerated by the Randolph
County Sheriff’s Office and shall result in disciplinary action
and/or criminal prosecution. Retaliatory measures include, but
are not limited to, coercion, threats of punishment, or any
other activities intended to discourage or prevent an employee
or inmate from reporting the sexual abuse.
This policy applies to all inmates and staff employed by the
Randolph County Sheriff's Office including volunteers and