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... appointed by the Sheriff and is responsible for managing the jail facilities and assuring that all federal, state, and local laws are abided by. The Summit County Jail is under the supervision of Chief Gary L. James. Questions and comments can be directed to Chief James at gjames@sheriff.summitoh.net Additional Links

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Address 205 East Crosier Street in Akron
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Summit County Corrections
205 E Crosier St
Akron, OH 44311
Phone: (330) 643-2171


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... appointed by the Sheriff and is responsible for managing the jail facilities and assuring that all federal, state, and local laws are abided by. The Summit County Jail is under the supervision of Chief Gary L. James. Questions and comme ...

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... Summit County Sheriff.SHERIFF.> CORRECTIONS.Corrections Division Overview.In accordance with Section 341 of the Ohio Revised Code, the Summit County Sheriff is empowered as the keeper of the County Jail. A Chief of Corrections (Assistant ...

Inmate and Prison Records.Inmate and Prison Records.Search through Summit County records for inmates. Arrange correspondence and visitation with inmates in jail.Summit County Corrections.205 E Crosier St.Akron, OH 44311.Phone: (330) 643-217 ...

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Summit County Sheriff.SHERIFF.> CORRECTIONS.Corrections Division Overview.In accordance with Section 341 of the Ohio Revised Code, the Summit County Sheriff is empowered as the keeper of the County Jail. A Chief of Corrections (Assistant Sheriff) is appointed by the Sheriff and is responsible for managing the jail facilities and assuring that all federal, state, and local laws are abided by. The Summit County Jail is under the supervision of Chief Gary L. James. Questions and comments can be directed to Chief James at. Sheriff Sales. Contact Us.

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Copyright County of Summit 2005.. All rights reserved. Gjames@sheriff.summitoh.net.Additional Links.The Summit County Jail, located at 205 East Crosier Street in Akron, Ohio, opened on August 1990. An addition to the jail that replaced the Akron Correctional Facility (formerly operated by the City of Akron and known as the "Workhouse") opened on May 1, 1995. Currently the Summit County Jail has a total inmate capacity of 671, which includes 562 male beds, 91 female beds and 18 optional (male or female) beds. .The Summit County Jail is classified by the State of Ohio as a "full service" detention center. That means it is operated twenty-four (24) hours a day, three hundred sixty-five (365) days a year. It is, therefore, required that the facility be properly staffed for the safety and protection of the inmates and staff twenty-four (24) hours a day. The Summit County Sheriffs Office also provides security services for the Glenwood Jail, a satellite minimum-security facility operated in conjunction with Oriana House, Inc. Thirteen (13) deputies and two (2) supervisors staff the 150-bed facility, which provides treatment for DUI offenders and overflow housing of non-violent Summit County Jail prisoners.The staff required to operate both facilities is two hundred fourteen (214) sworn personnel, twenty-six (26) supervisors and thirty-six (36) full-time and civilian employees. Staff is scheduled as needed for inmate supervision, intake, general security, medical transport, trusty security, and numerous civilian assignments. Another twenty-five (25) full-time and twenty-nine (29) part-time contract employees staff the medical, behavioral health, maintenance, and food service units in the Jail. All deputies assigned to the two facilities are certified peace officers and are utilized by the Sheriff to respond to civil disturbances and other emergencies within the county.



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