Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office

Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office

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The 100-bed facility was opened in 1992. Inmates housed in the County Jail have been convicted of murder, rape, driving under the influence, domestic violence, drug trafficking, theft, assault, probation violation, non-payment of child support and failure to appear in court.
The average inmate population was 101 in 2007. The average sentence ...

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Tuscarawas County Jail
2295 Reiser Ave SE
New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Phone: (330) 339-7783


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The 100-bed facility was opened in 1992. Inmates housed in the County Jail have been convicted of murder, rape, driving under the influence, domestic violence, drug trafficking, theft, assault, probation violation, non-payment of child supp ...

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Site Map.Tuscarawas County Sheriff.Walt Wilson.sheriff@co.tuscarawas.oh.us.

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By law, the County Jail has to maintain certain minimum standards in order to function. There are 176 minimum standards for full service jails in Ohio. Each year, inspectors select 60 standards for evaluation. We are proud to state that all 60 selected standards were met during our last inspection thus achieving 100% compliance.The County Jail has a staff of 45 employees including corrections officers, cooks, medical and maintenance personnel, and employees who are primarily responsible for transporting prisoners. Click here for the Inmate Visitation Schedule.Click here for Inmate Information.The Sheriffs Office is responsible for operating the County Jail. The 100-bed facility was opened in 1992. Inmates housed in the County Jail have been convicted of murder, rape, driving under the influence, domestic violence, drug trafficking, theft, assault, probation violation, non-payment of child support and failure to appear in court.The average inmate population was 101 in 2007. The average sentence was 30 days. It costs an average of $50 per day to house an inmate. During an inmates stay, he/she provides work services to the County Jail such as cleaning areas of the jail, doing laundry and washing the cruisers. The Law states that each inmate must be provided balanced nutritious meals along with medical attention. Our kitchen prepared over 105,000 meals last year with the average cost of $1.26 per meal. A medical co-payment program has been implemented for the inmates. The objective of this policy was to hold the inmates partially responsible for certain medical services provided to them should they choose to use those services. While no inmate is refused services if they cannot pay, they are charged $10.00 for any visit to the doctor that they initiate, $5.00 for any visit to the nurse that they initiate and $5.00 for handling any prescription needs they may have. As a result of this program, over $5,569 has been collected from inmates. However, more importantly, it has reduced the number of frivolous claims for medical services.

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