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Default Kent County Jail/corrections

KENT COUNTY CORRECTIONS
Kent County Jail
701 Ball Avenue N.E.
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Phone: (616) 632-6300

<H2>Personal Visitation</H2>The person wishing to visit must come to the visiting/information desk at the Kent County Correctional Facility and register. They must present to the Deputy a valid, pictured government-issued I.D. to verify their identity. General population inmates will receive one (1) visit per week. These visits will last thirty (30) minutes. Only two (2) visitors will be allowed to visit. The inmates will be allowed to visit five (5) days a week if eligible. There will be no personal visits on Mondays and Tuesdays. The visiting week will start Wednesday morning. Morning visiting hours will be from 8:00 am to 11:00 am and you need to be signed in by 10:15 am. The Afternoon visiting hours will be from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and you need to be signed in by 3:15 pm. The Evening visiting hours will be from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm and you need to be signed in by 9:15 pm.

Inmates housed in classification pods will not visit until arraigned and moved to a general housing unit. To check on the status if an inmate is eligible you may call (616) 632-6300.

Trusty Personal Visits

Visiting hours for trusties will take place only in the evening Wednesday through Sunday from 6:00 pm till 10:00 pm and you need to be signed in by 9:15 pm. Working trusties will receive 2 one-hour visits per week.

Married Inmates (Inside the Facility) Visiting

Married inmates will be allowed to visit when both are incarcerated. Married inmate shall be responsible to prove they are legally married. Married inmates will be limited to using one thirty (30) minute visit per week.

Visits for Hospitalized Inmates

An inmate that has been admitted into the hospital will not be allowed visitors. Attorney or emergency visits due to serious medical conditions must be approved by Jail Administration or on duty Shift Sergeant only. These approved visits are subject to the hospital’s visitation rules. The person wishing to visit must come to the visiting/information desk at the Kent County Correctional Facility and register as with any visit. Thevisiting/information officer will not give the pass to the visitor without the Deputy at the hospital giving the final approval. The visitor, upon arriving at the inmate’s hospital room, must present to the Deputy a valid, pictured government-issued I.D. to verify their identity.

Juvenile Inmates' Visiting

Visiting for the juvenile population will occur only on Mondays. Morning visiting hours will be from 8:00 am to 11:00 am and you need to be signed in by 10:15 am. The Afternoon visiting hours will be from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and you need to be signed in by 3:15 pm. The Evening visiting hours will be from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm and you need to be signed in by 9:15 pm.

Administrative Segregation Visiting

Visiting for the administrative segregation units will take place on Friday, Saturday, and Sundays only. The visiting hours are from 7:30 am to 9:00 am. The person wishing to visit must come to the visiting/information desk at the Kent County Correctional Facility and register. They must present to the Deputy a valid, pictured government-issued I.D. to verify their identity. The inmates will receive one (1) visit per week. These visits will last thirty (30) minutes. Only two (2) visitors will be allowed to visit.

Honor Camp Visiting

Visiting hours are for immediate family: Sunday 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm. For girlfriends the hours are: Saturday 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm. Attorneys and ministers may visit at any time. He/she must call ahead to make arrangements. Mailing Address: Kent County Honor Camp, 14171 Sixteen Mile Road, Gowen MI 49326. Telephone: (616) 754-8552.

Work Release Annex Visiting

Visiting hours are Wednesday and Friday – 7:00 pm. – 9:30 pm and Sunday – 1:00 pm. – 4:00 pm. Attorneys and ministers may visit at any time. He/she should call ahead to make arrangements. Inmates must sign up their specific visitor(s) during the week for any of the visiting days. The times that are signed up for are for a specific time period. If the visitor does not show up, the visit is still counted against that inmates visit. An inmate may only sign up for the number of visits that he is eligible for at that time. Exceptions: Consideration will be given for out of town visitors who may be allowed even if they have not signed up, and emergencies which may arise where the visitor cannot make the visit i.e. a medical emergency. The visitor entrance is located at northeast end of the building at 1330 Bradford Avenue. Mailing Address: Work Release Annex, 1330 Bradford Avenue N.E., Grand Rapids MI 49503. Telephone: (616) 336-3986.

<H2>Professional Visitation</H2>The Professional visitors wishing to visit must come to the visiting/information desk at the Kent County Correctional Facility and register. They must present to the Deputy a valid approved issued I.D. to verify their identity. Professional visitors without any of the following listed approved I.D’s must get prior approval to visit an inmate from the Jail Administration by calling (616) 632-6400 or Inmate Services Administrator by calling (616) 632-6360.
  1. KCSD Issued cards
  2. Professional visiting list
  3. Probation/Parole ID
  4. Attorney bar card
  5. Police agency ID
  6. Police I.D.
  7. Bondsperson
  8. Court personnel
If a professional visitor comes to visit during a weekend or holiday, and does not have approved ID or prior approval from the Jail Administration or Inmate Services Administrator, he/she will not be allowed to visit. He/she must contact the Jail Administration by calling (616) 632-6400 or Inmate Services Administrator by calling (616) 632-6360, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Professional visitors will be allowed to visit at any time except during facility lockdowns. The lockdown times are 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and 10:00 pm to 8:00 am. Professional visits will not count against the inmate’s weekly personal visits.

Procedure for Professional Visiting

The professional visitor will come into the visiting/info lobby and fill out a visiting pass. The visiting/info officer will verify the professional visitor’s identification. The professional visitor will give the visiting/info officer his/her ID and receive professional visitor’s ID tag. The professional visitor shall be reminded that no photography, or recording devices, or cellular telephones are allowed within the Correctional Facility. The professional visitor shall provide to the visiting/info officer individual passes for each inmate(s) he/she wishes to visit. Professional visitors will wait in the visiting/info lobby if booths are unavailable.

The professional will, using the elevator, go to A1M. He/she will proceed down the hallway and either goes into building E and takes the elevator to E1 or take the elevator in C1 to the appropriate floor. Once off the elevator (and in the security corridor) the professional visitor will surrender the pass to the floor control officer in C building or the visiting control officer in E building, who will then direct him/her to the specific visiting room indicated on the pass. The floor control or visiting control officer will notify the housing unit officer of the inmate needed. He/she will send the inmate.

After the visit, the floor control officer in C building or the visiting control officer in E building will call the housing unit officer to advise him/her of the inmates return. After all visiting has been completed; the professional visitor will return the pass(s) to the visiting/info officer, who will return the professionals ID to him/her.
<H2>Inmate Mail Privileges</H2>Mail coming into the facility should be clearly addressed with the full legal name of the inmate. The full return address of the sender should be in the upper left-hand corner of the envelope.

The address for inmates residing at the main jail should be addressed like this:

Kent County Correctional Facility
[Inmate's Full Name]
703 Ball Avenue, NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Inmates residing at the Work Release Annex should be addressed like this:

Kent County Work Release Annex
[Inmate's Full Name]
1330 Bradford, NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Inmates residing at the Sheriff's Honor Camp should be addressed like this:

Kent County Sheriff's Honor Camp
[Inmate's Full Name]
14171 16 Mile Road
Gowen, MI 49326

All incoming mail will be searched for contraband prior to delivery. The acceptable items include the following:
  1. Letters sent in legal size or smaller envelope. They may not contain stamps, extra envelopes, blank pages, magazines or newspaper articles, jewelry, food items, lipstick on letter or envelope, crayon colored pictures, catalogs, and any items containing gang insignia or references or recruitment for gangs.
  2. Postcards except those deemed obscene.
  3. Appropriate magazines or soft cover books sent directly from the publisher, bookstore, or distribution entity. The magazines or books may not contain “Due on Delivery” bills. They may not contain nudity or advocate discrimination.
  4. Photographs 5x7 or smaller, except those deemed obscene.
  5. Cards no larger than 6x8 with no "glitter" or foreign substances.
  6. All publications and/or personal materials depicting any degree of nudity are not allowed.
<H3>Inmate Mail Containing Contraband</H3>If mail is found to contain anything other than what is authorized it will be marked by the property/mail room clerk with the word “contraband”. The inmate by whom the mail was addressed will be sent a form letter by the property/mail clerk. The letter will state that an article of mail was received addressed to him/her. It will state that it contained contraband, and specify what the contraband was. It will give the inmate the option of, supplying the postage and having the article returned to the sender, or having the letter stored in the mailroom for a maximum of thirty (30) days. The inmate may designate a person to pickup the contraband mail within thirty (30) days. The letter will explain that if the inmate is unable to supply the postage necessary to return the letter to the sender or designate a person to pickup the letter within 30 days, the letter and contraband will be destroyed. If the inmate wishes to send the mail back to the sender at the inmate’s expense, he/she will send an addressed envelope with the necessary postage to the property/mail room through the facility kite system.

<H3>Outgoing Inmate Mail</H3>Inmates will have the ability to purchase envelopes, paper, and postage stamps through commissary. Indigent inmates will be given paper, stamped envelopes, and a writing utensil according to procedures listed in the inmate rulebook. A complete return address is required on all outgoing inmate mail. This includes the inmate’s first and last name and the Facility address. Any mail that does not have the required return address will be left with the inmate until the inmate’s name and Facility address is included. All outgoing mail from the facility will be stamped "Originates from the Kent County Correctional Facility" on the back of the envelope.

<H2>Inmate Telephone Privileges</H2>Telephone access is provided to the inmates between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. All calls are outgoing collect service only. You will be charged. If you do not wish to be charged, do not accept the call. Telephones are located in every housing unit in the jail and in the booking area. Calls may be monitored and/or recorded at any time. Inmates are allowed access to the phones during their dayroom periods. We do not accept incoming calls or messages for the inmates. If you have been receiving unwanted phone calls from inmates from this facility you may request to put a "block" preventing any more future calls reaching you by calling the sergeants office at 616-632-6408.

<H1 class=title>Work Release


Kent County Work Release Annex
1330 Bradford, NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Phone: (616) 336-3986

The Sheriff's Department operates Work Release programs at two downtown Grand Rapids locations. The 136-bed Work Release Annex at 1330 Bradford Street houses male inmates while the Community Treatment Center holds the 12-bed Work Release Annex for female inmates.

The inmates who are placed on work release are required to pay a daily room and board rate, which is tied to the amount of their earnings but capped at $21 a day. They sign their entire paycheck over to the jail, and we deduct the room and board fee and send the rest to the inmate's family. Inmates who are able to work pay federal, state and local taxes, support their families, and pay for part of the cost of their incarceration. Wages earned while out on work release were close to one-half million dollars. This resulted in room and board payments of over $240,000.

The School Release Program allows sentenced inmates to pursue an education at a local college while the Work Release Program allows a person to pursue employment while serving a sentence.
Honor Camp

14171 Sixteen Mile Road
Gowen, MI 49326
Grand Rapids Phone: (616) 632-6391
Phone: (616) 754-8552

Map & Directions

The Sheriff's Honor Camp located in northern Kent County is used as a work camp primarily for youth offenders. Male inmates 17 to 23 years old that are sentenced to jail are eligible for the Sheriff's Honor Camp. The rustic setting provides an alternative to the usual jail environment and provides a structured living environment consisting of school and work.

The past year at the Honor Camp continues a pattern of improving completion rates. A successful completion is when a camper is released at the end of his sentence from the Honor Camp without having been returned to the main jail as a program failure. The Honor Camp continues an improved completion rate among campers of all age groups and races. Congratulations are in order to Sgt. Swem and his staff who are doing a fine job working with this difficult population of young offenders.

</H1>Programs & Services

Inmate Support Services

Our medical department is staffed around the clock by registered nurses responsible for the physical well-being of the inmate population. Mental health assessments are provided by trained clinicians that work directly with jail staff in providing intervention and treatment to inmates.

Court Services provides pretrial screening to obtain social and criminal histories to aid in bond recommendations to the courts of Kent County. Other agencies provide necessary services to support the needs of the inmate population. Teachers and health officials offer educational opportunities while other agencies and volunteers work with individuals and groups to overcome substance abuse.

The Inmate Trustee program provides work opportunities for eligible sentenced inmates in housekeeping, maintenance, kitchen, library, laundry, animal shelter and yard crew.

Accounting Office

Our Inmate Accounting office operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and maintains day-to-day inmate court and financial records.

Religious Services / Chaplain's Programs

The Kent County Correctional Facility will provide its inmates access to religious services, religious materials and religious counseling. The Religious Coordinator, working with the Jail Administration and Inmate Services will establish a schedule of religious services and counseling which will be made available to the inmates on a voluntary basis. The religious programs will be provided through volunteers from local churches and religious organizations. Religious programs will not be restricted or denied to any inmate due to race, national origin, color, creed or sex.

Area church volunteers come in to the Kent County Jail to provide a variety of religious and spiritual enrichment opportunities such as Bible studies and life skills for the inmates. Jail Chaplains also provide literature and counseling upon request.

The religious coordinator will be the liaison with the local churches and religious organizations. They may be contacted by calling (616) 632-6377. The religious coordinator will schedule dates and times for approved clergy, counselors and volunteers to visit inmates and conduct religious services. All volunteers will complete an application and go through a screening process. All volunteers will also be responsible for watching a video explaining procedures and guidelines for volunteer services within the Kent County Correctional Facility prior to beginning their voluntary services. All volunteers must be at least seventeen (17) years of age.

Pastor Authorization

An authorized Pastor will be listed on the Jail Management System list. A Pastor, whose name appears on the list may visit with any inmate seven (7) days a week.

If an authorized pastor wishes to see an inmate he/she must come to the visiting/information desk at the Kent County Correctional Facility and register.

If a pastor wishes to see an inmate and his/her name does not appear on the list, he/she must produce ordination papers and a valid picture, government issued identification card. The visiting/info Officer will make every effort to ascertain that the subject is a qualified Pastor. Once the Officer is reasonably sure that the subject is a Pastor, he/she will be allowed to visit the inmate. However, the visit will take place in a personal visiting booth. The Pastor will be informed that he/she will not be allowed access to the facility again until his/her name appears on the approved list. The visiting/info Officer will inform him/her to contact the inmate services secretary about being placed on the list. You may contact the secretary at (616) 632-6360 or the jail chaplain at (616) 632-6377. If the visiting/info Officer is unable to verify that the subject is an ordained Minister, he/she will advise him/her that he/she will have to visit the inmate during the regular inmate visiting hours, according to the personal visiting procedures.

Guidelines for Pastors

Every Pastor entering this facility is under the authority and control of the officers on duty. Pastors are permitted to bring into this facility printed religious literature for an inmate i.e. pamphlets, paperback books of a religious nature. These items will be checked by the visiting/info Officer prior to being allowed into the facility. Tape players or other recording devices will not be allowed into this facility without prior permission from a Corrections Lieutenant. Pastors will not carry in/out or pass mail, notes or packages for any inmate. All inmate correspondence must go through the proper channels within this facility. Pens, paper, envelopes, food items, gum, tobacco products etc., will not be given to any inmate. The Inmate Services Director must approve any religious materials and/or artifacts utilized in a religious service.

Guidelines for Church Workers

Area churches will be provided volunteer verification forms from the religious coordinator. The churches will have to turn the completed volunteer verification forms into the religious coordinator a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the churches scheduled services in this facility. The religious coordinator will forward the forms to the Inmate Services Secretary. The names will be checked and approved or denied for participation in any of the facility religious programming. The forms will be returned to the religious coordinator. Once a volunteer has been approved, and his/her name is placed on the approved church worker list, he/she will not be required to fill out a new verification form each time their church or group is scheduled for services.

The following persons will not be allowed to participate in any facility religious programs: Anyone who has ever been charged or convicted of a felony or high misdemeanor. Anyone who has ever been an inmate in the Kent County Correctional Facility.

If a person is restricted due to any of the above reasons but would still like to be considered, he/she can do so by appealing the decision to the Jail Administration. The Kent County Correctional facility will allow a maximum of eight (8) church workers (including the Leader) for Sunday services. Any group larger than eight (8) must have prior approval from the Jail Administration and/or the Inmate Services Director. The Kent County Correctional Facility will allow a maximum of three (3) instructors for each Bible study class. Church workers are not permitted to bring in and distribute Bibles to the inmates. The inmates can obtain Bibles through the religious coordinator.

Entrance to the Facility

The visiting/info Officer in “A” building will check the approved list. The volunteer must present a valid, picture, Government Issue identification card to the Officer. Once the Officer has verified that the volunteer’s ID coincides with the name on the list, he/she will have the volunteer sign in and issue him/her a visitor’s pass.

If the volunteer is not on the approved list, or does not have a valid, picture, Government issue identification he/she will not be allowed into the facility.

Educational Programs

The Kent County Correctional Facility will provide an educational program. The educational program is designed to prepare and assist inmates in improving their basic academic skills, taking the G.E.D. test or completing their high school education. Certified teachers from the Grand Rapids Public School System will conduct the educational programs.

When an inmate is initially booked into the facility, he/she will be asked questions regarding his/her educational background and history. At this time, the inmate will have the opportunity to state an interest in attending educational classes while in this facility. If the inmate states an interest, a referral will be forwarded to the Education Office. The request will be evaluated and the inmate services education office will determine the inmate’s eligibility. Inmates without a G.E.D. or high school diploma will have higher priority when determining the class list. Any inmate who has already obtained his G.E.D. or high school diploma will be considered, but will only be eligible if class size allows for additions. Inmates, who did not initially state an interest during the booking process, may send a kite to the education office at any time requesting to be included in the facility education program.

Inmate Recreation Policy

The Kent County Correctional Facility will provide the inmate population with the opportunity for exercise and recreation to promote good health through organized physical activity.

All inmates will have the opportunity to attend indoor/outdoor recreation. The following restrictions may apply: Those inmates who are restricted for disciplinary and/or security reasons. Inmates who are medically restricted, unless cleared through the Medical office.

Inmate Library policy

The Kent County Correctional Facility will provide educational, recreational and religious reading materials for inmates who are incarcerated in this facility. The library will maintain a variety of fiction, non-fiction and reference materials to serve a diverse group of reading levels, ethnic and foreign language readers. The major sources of reading materials will be from, but not limited to, the following: the facility book budget, donations from churches, citizens, local business, other organizations, and from the publishers.

The selection process of materials for the library will primarily be the responsibility of the Inmate Services Administrator. In order to maintain the safety, security and good order of this facility, certain materials will not be allowed. These will include the following: Books and magazines that are overly sexually explicit, books or magazines that promote racial, ethnic or religious prejudice.

Paperback books will be used in all the housing units. Any hardcover publications will have to be approved by a Corrections Lieutenant by submitting a written request. Inmates may receive paperback books and magazines that come directly from the publishers, with the understanding that the following will occur:
  • All books and magazines will be donated after their use, to the Kent County Correctional Facility.
  • Inmates will be allowed to receive up to but not to exceed five (5) books and/or magazines per order form any publisher.
  • The Lieutenant has the right to hold all publications for 48 hours (excluding weekends and holidays) to inspect the publications for contraband and suitability.
  • If it is determined that the publication is not suitable, the Lieutenant will notify the inmate in writing within 48 hours. The books or magazines will be held for five (5) days in order for the inmate to have the opportunity to appeal the decision to the Jail Administrator or Inmate Services Administrator.
If after the appeal the publication is still denied, the Lieutenant will either destroy the publication or return it to the publisher (If the publisher provides for return).

Inmate Access to Law Library

The Kent County Correctional Facility provides legal materials for those inmates who do not have legal assistance. Inmates requesting to use the law library must do so by writing a “kite” to the Law Librarian or Inmate Services.

The law library may only be used by the following:
  • Any inmate awaiting trial who wants to research the law applicable to his/her upcoming appeal, but only if the inmate is not represented by an attorney and is not eligible for a court appointed attorney to handle the trial.
  • Any inmate sentenced to this facility and appealing his/her conviction and who wants to research the laws that are applicable to his/her upcoming trial, but only if an attorney does not represent the inmate and is not eligible for a court appointed attorney to handle his/her case.
  • Any inmate who wants to research a Civil Rights or Habeas Corpus actions, but only if he/she is not represented by an attorney for such action.
The following restrictions apply to the use of the law library:
  • Any inmate who has been offered the opportunity to be represented by a court appointed attorney but refused the assistance will not be allowed to have access to the law library.
  • The law library will be made available for use by inmates writing a “kite” to the inmate Services Administrator and/or the Law Librarian. The Law Librarian will determine a date and time for eligible inmates to use the law library.
  • Any inmate eligible to use the law library may be restricted to the time and amount of use per week if the demand for the library warrants such.
  • Law Librarian (C2-123) will supervise eligible inmates one at a time. Books and reference materials will not be removed from the law library at any time.
  • Paper and pencil for note taking will be made available for the inmates use.
  • Eligible inmates may forward a “kite” to the Law Librarian requesting copies of certain case laws applicable to their own case. The prevailing costs of such will be deducted from the inmate’s commissary account.
Inmate Newspaper Policy

The Kent County Correctional Facility shall provide its inmate population with the opportunity to subscribe and receive the newspaper. Order forms for the Grand Rapids Press will be made available to all inmates. The Press must be ordered through the Kent County Correctional Facility. Newspaper subscription forms will be available upon request from the housing unit Officer. Inmates will send their completed forms to the Property/Mail room Clerk. Newspaper subscriptions will be for a minimum of one (1) month (28 days). If the inmate does not have the necessary funds, the form will be returned to the inmate marked, “non-sufficient funds”. If the inmate has the funds, the cost of the Press will be deducted from the inmates commissary account. Inmates will not be permitted to have outsiders order the Press for them. Grand Rapids Press subscription forms will be sent in on Tuesday and the inmate’s newspaper will begin the following Sunday, if they are to receive both the Sunday and daily newspapers. It will begin on Monday if they are only to receive the daily paper. Cancellation of a newspaper subscription is the responsibility of the inmate. If an inmate is released or transferred from this facility, it will be the inmate’s responsibility to notify the news agency that he/she either wants to cancel his subscription or advises them of a forwarding address. Inmates will not be allowed to transfer newspaper subscriptions to other inmates. In order for the inmate to receive his/her newspaper the inmate must surrender the previous newspaper.

Inmate Television

Inmates in the Kent County Correctional Facility shall have the privilege to view facility television programming as their housing and custody level allows. The facility television will have a master control panel, which will be used to select the programming, which can be viewed in the inmate housing units. The programming will be selected from a predetermined scheduled published by the Jail Administration. The master control panel will be set on a daily basis to follow the predetermined schedule. No exceptions will be made without prior written authorization from the Jail Administration. The Jail Administration will review the programming selections and hours of operation quarterly. The television can be turned on for the viewing of general programming from 1800 hours to 2200 hours Monday through Friday. The viewing hours for general programming on the weekends will be from 1300 hours to 1600 hours and the evening hours. The television can be used for special announcements and educational tapes at other times as directed by the Jail Administration. Video movies can periodically be made available to the inmate population as a reward for good behavior. Regular programming will sometimes include movies of an educational or self-improvement nature.

Inmate Commissary Policy

Inmates in the Kent County Correctional Facility shall have the ability to purchase sundries and food items for their personal use. Inmates will be permitted to purchase a limit of forty (40) dollars worth of commissary items per scheduled commissary day. Inmates will only draw from their own accounts. Inmates will not be allowed to transfer funds from their accounts to other inmate’s accounts. Inmates who are in an AOT unit, or who have lost their commissary for disciplinary reasons, will only be allowed to order hygiene items, paper, envelopes, stamps and writing utensils while in that unit. This includes all inmates living in D1A. All inmates who are pre-arraigned or housed in D1 and B3 classification areas will not be allowed to order commissary until assigned to a housing unit. Commissary will be made available to each housing unit a minimum of one (1) time each week.

Upon entrance to this facility commissary admission kits will be issued to the inmates. The admission kits contain the following:
  1. One (1) toothbrush
  2. Toothpaste
  3. One (1) bar of soap
  4. One (1) comb
  5. One (1) golf pencil
Commissary for Indigent Inmates

Inmates who have less than two (2) dollars in their accounts will have the opportunity to request a welfare package once every two weeks. They will order on the scheduled ordering day for their housing area. They will check the box on the commissary form indicating their request. Upon verification of lack of funds, the commissary clerk will issue the following items:
  1. One (1) toothbrush
  2. One (1) toothpaste
  3. Two (2) bars of soap
  4. Four (4) sheets of paper
  5. Four (4) stamped envelopes
  6. One (1) golf pencil
  7. One (1) comb
  8. One (1) mini deodorant
  9. One (1) shampoo
Kent County Corrections website: http://www.accesskent.com/CourtsAndLawEnforcement/SheriffsDepartment/sheriff_jail.htm
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