Comanche County Juvenile Detention, OK Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

Updated on: April 26, 2022
Comanche County Juvenile Detention

580-357-2250

701 SW 17th Street, Lawton, OK, 73501

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Comanche County Sheriff’s Office operates the Comanche County Juvenile Detention. The Comanche County Juvenile Detention is the facility where everyone that is arrested within Comanche County will end up.

The Comanche County Juvenile Detention only houses adult offenders. The facility will not take in offenders under the age of 18.

The Comanche County Juvenile Detention only has occupancy of 25 on a regular basis. In an emergency, the Comanche County Juvenile Detention can house up to 25 offenders.

The Comanche County Juvenile Detention is operated on a 24-hour basis by a commander, 10 correctional officers, 3 sergeants, alongside one transport officer.

On occasion, the Comanche County Juvenile Detention will take in some of the Lawton Department of Corrections inmates on a temporary basis.

The Comanche County Juvenile Detention does not have a medical unit. If an offender needs medical care, they will have to go outside of the facility as well as for dental and mental health services.

However, the Comanche County Juvenile Detention does have a few programs for its inmates such as the:

  • Education

  • Life Skills

  • Religious

  • Library

  • Work Release

Comanche County Juvenile Detention — General Information

Facility Name Comanche County Juvenile Detention
Facility Type County Jail
Capacity 25
Address 701 SW 17th Street, Lawton, OK, 73501
Phone 580-357-2250
City Lawton
Postal Code 73501
State Oklahoma
County Comanche County

Comanche County Sheriff's Office

Address 315 Southwest 5th Street, Lawton, Oklahoma, 73501
Phone 580-353-4280
Website website

Inmate Search

For you get information or records on an inmate in the Comanche County Juvenile Detention, you will need to come down to the Comanche County Sheriff’s Office. You will be able to get copies of the records here. You will be able to get the records from Monday to Friday between the hours of 9 am to 5 pm.

If you are just looking to see if an inmate is being detained at the Comanche County Juvenile Detention, you can either call the Comanche County Juvenile Detention or the Comanche County Sheriff’s Office with the inmate’s in question name and date of birth. They will be able to look up in the system if the inmate is in the facility or the inmate is not.

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

You will NOT be permitted to send an inmate books, magazines, or newspapers. The only items you will be permitted to send letters and photographs.

All incoming mail will need to have the inmate’s name on it. All photographers should have the inmate’s name on it as well.

Ensure that you are fine with a correctional officer reading anything and everything that you send the inmate. If you are not comfortable with it, then you may not want to send it as it is a good sign that it will get sent back to you.

Sending Money

You can drop off a money order at the facility or you can wait until you visit the inmate and drop the money order off then as well.

It is up to you. The money order will need to have the inmate’s information on it, so it can be deposited into the correct account.

Phone calls

The Comanche County Juvenile Detention uses Consolidated Telecom for their inmate’s phone service. You will need to create an account once the inmate is fully booked and processed into the Comanche County Juvenile Detention for the inmate to start being able to call you. You will have full access to the account where you can put the money on it, so the inmate will always have access to the phone during the phone hours.

Visitation

Visitation in the Comanche County Juvenile Detention will be broken down by gender and the first letter of their last names (for males only).

When visiting you will be required to show off your driver’s license. If you do not have your driver’s license you will need to get a state ID.

You can visit a male inmate during the following days and times:

If the men’s last name starts with A through M, you can visit them on Saturday between 1 pm to 5 pm.

If the men’s last name starts with N through Z, you can visit them on Sunday between 1 pm to 5 pm.

You can visit a female inmate during the following times:

Saturday between 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

Visiting Hours

Monday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Sunday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

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