The Riley County Jail is a state-of-the-art facility that uses direct supervision where the Correctional Officers are in with the inmates. The jail has 7 separate pods where inmates are housed. After completion of a new wing, the jail now has a total capacity of 147 people. The Riley County Jail is staffed with about 37 Correctional Officers, up to 10 Correctional Supervisors, 2 Cooks, 1 Nurse, and 1 Secretary. All staff members are committed to offering the highest degree of professional care, custody, and control. 

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All visitors must remember that visitation is a privilege, not a right. Anyone who violates visitation policy faces the possibility of having his/her visitation canceled for the day or possibly revoked permanently.

In-Person Visitation Frequently Asked Questions:

Inmate Population Data:

Year Average Daily Population
2020 (to date) 59.12
2019 78.9
2018 79.15
2017 77.7
2016 81.8
2015 75.4
2014 64.2
2013 76.85
2012 102.7
2011 95.0
2010 109.5
2009 89.2
2008 82.1
2007  77.5

2006

 75.6

2005

70.4

Derek Woods
Corrections Captain
(785) 537-2112 x2366
dwoods@rileycountypolice.org