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Call Jail Information at 512-943-1365 for all information about people in jail.
You can go to the jail reception entrance located at 306 W. 4th Street at the North end of the Sheriff's Office.
Find out how to deposit money into an inmate's trustee account by going to the Inmate Mail tab on the Corrections Bureau.
Williamson County Jail306 W 4th StreetGeorgetown, TX78626Phone: 512-943-1365Driving Directions
Contact Communications at 512-864-8282 and select option 1 and option1 again to find out who and where your vehicle was towed. If towed to the Sheriff's Office impound yard, they accept checks, money orders or credit cards.
Williamson County's Bail Bond Board provides an updated list of licensed Bondsmen each month, most updated list.
The mission of the steering committee is to
The vision of the steering committee is to create safer communities and improve national security by enhancing ICE’s ability to identify and remove criminal aliens by gaining an independent, community-level perspective on 287(g) operations.
The 287(g) program allows a state or local law enforcement entity to enter into a partnership with ICE, under a joint Memorandum of Agreement.
The state or local agency receives delegated authority for trained officers to perform certain functions of immigration enforcement within the jail or detention center.
The 287(g) Program can only operate within the confines of the Detention Center.
Only offenders that have been arrested and brought to the jail are screened to check their immigration status.
Only an Immigration Judge or a Senior ICE Official can order the removal of a criminal offender.
The following resources are provided by ICE at no cost to Williamson County.
WCSO DIO’s have issued 402 detainers.