Iredell County Sheriff

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Iredell County Jail

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Detention Facility

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility staff is responsible for overseeing a facility capable of housing a maximum of 277 inmates (201 Main Jail + 76 Annex), who would be awaiting trial or serving a less than 90 day sentence. The Iredell County Detention Center is rated as a Class Five facility in the State of North Carolina and houses inmates that are charged with criminal offenses from misdemeanor larceny to homicide.

Mission Statement

We will protect the communities of Iredell County by maintaining care, custody and control of the most secure Detention Facility possible through utilization of the most professional personnel available, as we strive to provide outstanding public service with integrity and reliability.

 

Command Staff

Operations Commander
Bert Connolly-Major
Phone 704-878-3131  Fax 704-878-3074
Email: gconnolly@co.iredell.nc.us

Records/ Training Unit
Rick Eades, Captain
(704) 924-4035
Email: reades@co.iredell.nc.us
Hours 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Immigration/ working inmate Supervisor
Lt. Beverly Morrison
Phone 704-878-3079 Fax 704-832-3221
Email: bmorrison@co.iredell.nc.us

Office Deputy
Jennifer Jolly
704-878-3076 (Office)
704-878-3074 (Fax)

Operations Supervisor



*All transport requests between 8a.m. and 5p.m. are approved by Sgt. Payne.
All request after hours are approved by the shift Sergeants.

Detention Center Supervisors
(704) 878-3131     Fax: (704) 878-3173

Sgt. Travis Ward
Sgt. Richard Adams
Sgt. Brandon Gentry
Sgt. Gretchen Mayhorn

 (All supervisors can be contacted at (704) 878-3080)

 

Support Units

Bailiff Team

The Bailiff Team consist of sworn deputies that are assigned to work the various courtrooms which consist of Superior court, District court, Support court, Juvenile court, and Administrative court within the court system governing the cities and towns located within the geographical area of Iredell County, North Carolina.

The main Court House for Iredell County is located in Statesville, North Carolina. In addition the bailiff team covers courtrooms located in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is also part of the Iredell County Court System.

Prisoner Transport

The Prisoner Transport Team is responsible for all prisoner transportation to and from the Iredell County Detention Center to various other detention and correctional facilities throughout North Carolina.

Operational Teams

The four Operational Teams of detention facility work rotating shifts within the facility and are directly responsible for the day to day operation of maintaining the safety and security of the facility and the direct supervision of inmates housed within the facility.

In addition a Sergeant and Corporal are assigned to the team. The Corporal provides that each team has a back up supervisor in the event the Sergeant is unavailable or is involved with other duties, such as special operations.

Each team within the detention facility consists of both male and female officers that hold sworn deputy or a non-sworn detention officer classification.

All sworn and non-sworn officers assigned to the detention facility must complete a five-week Detention Officer Certification Course within the first year of employment. This is a mandatory requirement under Sheriff’s Training and Standards in Raleigh, North Carolina for any officer working within the confines of a detention facility.

Support Team

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility Support Team consists of sworn, non-sworn detention officers as well as civilian personnel.

The Support Team is responsible for administrative secretary/receptionist duties; quality control procedures for officers, as well as a detention officer field training program. The records section handles all legal records dealing with the operation of the facility at the local and state levels, as well as court documents. Other duties include general everyday cleaning and daily maintenance of the detention center; managing the detention center commissary which includes inmate fund accounts along with the inmate library and providing other vital inmate services.

Inmate Road Crews

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention facility also provides a service to the citizens of Iredell County which include the cleaning of trash and debris from the roadsides by utilizing inmate labor in the form of “Inmate road crews” that are supervised by sworn detention personnel that are assigned to the road crews.

The "Inmate Road Crew” works everyday, weather permitting picking up trash and debris along the roadsides of Iredell County. The "Inmate Road Crew” is also utilized to provide labor for other projects throughout county government such as assisting probation and parole, parks and recreation and other community service groups and agencies.

 

Special Operations Section

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility Special Operations Section, consist of the Jail Extraction Team, K-9 Team and Transport Team. These special operations teams are comprised of deputies and detention officers that have received specialized training in the areas of emergency response to inmate riot & inmate barricade situations within the facility, the use of canines within a detention facility and the transportation of Mental Commitment patients from local area hospitals to local mental health facilities throughout the state.

Jail Extraction Team

Jail Extraction Team
When things go bad inside the walls,
the men and women in black armor are the ones to call.

The Jail Extraction Team is a highly trained group of Detention Officers, specifically developed and equipped to deal with the tactical operations inside the Jail. Detention Officers on J.E.T.  are tasked with the responsibility of controlling and containing Hostile emergencies within the Jail.

J.E.T. responds to incidents in all locations within the Iredell County Detention Facilities. Their duties include incident's involving violent or uncooperative inmates who refuse to comply with the direction from the floor officers or comply with jail rules within the facility. The purpose of the team is to handle such incidents using the minimum amount of force necessary to resolve the situation while maintaining the order and control required within the Detention facility.

Iredell County Sheriff's Office, maintains 12 (trained and certified) J.E.T. Team members. These team members will perform the duties of the team as required by Shift Supervisors within the scope of the teams training. Each team member is required to maintain their training as scheduled by the team Coordinators and trainers.

The Iredell County Sheriff's Office, Jail Extraction Team, was 1st formed and brought to the department in 1998. In order to meet the over increasing demands placed on modern Detention facilities, a new style of Team and training was needed, therefore the Jail Extraction Team was developed and formed.

J.E.T. is specifically equipped with protective equipment, entry gear and tactics, to deal with the highest level of resistance that may be encountered within the facility. The protective equipment is designed to protect the officers in hostile confrontations. Head, face, chest, back, shoulder, upper and lower arm, elbow, knee, shin, groin and foot protection are worn by all officers on the entry team, along with the use of high impact protective shield, the Team is geared up to make entry, restrain and control combative and resistive inmates. 

The team is trained to perform tactical containment and control of hostile situations in many different environments. Vehicles, confined spaces, large rooms, full light, no light, multiple inmates and or group disturbances. The teams train and prepare for any and all situations that may arise inside the facility.

Combined with expertise in team movement and close-quarters restraint of combative inmates, Iredell County J.E.T. is setting the standard in Iredell County for Emergency Response Team training and responses.

 

Honor Guard

Honor Guard

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility Honor Guard consist of deputies and detention officers that dedicate themselves to provide a service that represents the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office at special events or services that requires the presentation of the United States Flag and North Carolina Flag. The special events range from D.A.R.E. graduations for area schools, presentation of the flags at formal gatherings such as the annual North Carolina Jail Administrator’s Association, or any formal request from a member of the Sheriff’s Office or Sheriff’s designee.

The Honor Guard also provides a service at funerals involving members of the Sheriff’s Office, immediate family member of officers or civilian staff or honored representatives or dignitaries in Iredell County.

Medical Department

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility Medical Department provides medical care to the inmate population of the facility under the guidelines of a contracted Medical Doctor, who practices medicine in Iredell County. The medical department is comprised of a full-time Registered Nurse who is designated as Medical Director, and a full-time Licensed Practical Nurse. A part-time Licensed Practical Nurse is also part of the medical staff and provides medical coverage on weekends.

Food Service

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility Food Service is provided through a contracted major food service provider, who employees the food service manager assigned to the detention facility. The food service manager employees other staff members are responsible for providing a full-time food service that provides three meals a day, seven days a week from our on-site kitchen within the detention facility to the inmate population.

Chaplin Program

Mission Statement

The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me; because the Lord hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound. Isaiah 61:1.

Ministry

The Ministry to the personnel of the Iredell County Sheriff's Office and to the inmates of the Iredell County Sheriff's Office Detention Facility is made up of volunteers who are committed to serve in each of these areas of ministry.

The Iredell County Sheriff's Office Chaplain is responsible for overseeing the operation of both areas, for approval of volunteers, and for communication between the Sheriff of Iredell County and the work of the ministry.

The Detention Facility Chaplain is responsible for scheduling services, times and volunteers, who have been approved as volunteer associate chaplains.

 

 

N.C. Department of Corrections

 

This is a brief description of the service:

Key Benefits

  • Steady employment,
  • Work 12 hour shifts,14 days out of a 24 day cycle with every other Fri-Sun off,
  • 401-K, 8hr vac & sick per month, 13 paid holidays, paid employee insurance.

 

Inmate Money Intake

Main Jail Lobby Kiosk is available 24 Hours a day located in the Main Jail Lobby
Or by calling 1-866-232-1899
Or online at:  www.touchpaydirect.com (Use Iredell County Facility ID # 228687) You will need the inmates ID# to use the online function.

Money orders and cash are not accepted by mail or in person at the front window, only the options above.   
Money is available to the inmate the next business day.
Inmates are allowed up to $250.00 in account

*All hygiene, clothing, snacks, and writing material must be purchased from commissary. NO stamps, envelopes, or blank paper is to be mailed in.
Females are allowed 3 plain white sports bras.

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 287
Statesville, NC 28687

Inmate Phone System:

SECURUS Phone Service: 1-800-844-6591

 

 

Detention Visitation Hours

Monday Male Inmates at the Main Jail:  Letters A thru L 7:00 pm  to 9:00 pm
Tuesday Male Inmates at the Main Jail: Letters are M thru Z 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Wednesday Male Inmates at the Main Jail: Letters A thru L 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Thursday Male Inmate at the Main Jail: Letters M thru Z 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday Male Inmates at the Main Jail: Letters A thru L 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Sunday Male Inmates at the Main Jail: Letters M thru Z 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Annex Inmates on Video are Monday thru Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Working Inmates Visit on Sunday from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Females at the Main Jail are on Saturdays from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

 

IREDELL COUNTY DETENTION CENTER/ANNEX
RULES AND REGULATIONS

 

INMATE VISITATION
Male inmates at main jail A-L Mon or Wed night 7:00pm-9:00pm or Saturday 2:00pm-4:00pm
Male inmates at main jail M-Z Tues or Thurs night 7:00pm-9:00pm or Saturday 2:00pm-4:00pm
Female inmates at main jail Saturday 12:45pm-1:45pm
Annex inmates on video Mon-Fri 9:00am-9:00pm
Working inmates visit on Sun 12:45pm-1:45pm
Inmates are allowed 1 visit a week for 15 minutes, up to 3 adults.

 

A. LEVEL I VIOLATIONS – 3 DAY LOCK DOWN

  1. No unnecessary noise or movement. No running. No talking after lights out or during quiet time.
  2. Verbally or gesturally abusing an officer, administrator, staff member, visitor, or another inmate.
  3. Intentionally lying to an officer, administrator or staff member.
  4. Misuse of vulgar, profane, racial, ethnic or derogatory remarks or gestures.
  5. Failure to yield the right of way to an officer, administrator, staff member or visitors.
  6. Failure to keep to the right when being escorted from Housing Unit to another location.
  7. Talking in the hallways or other areas when being escorted from Housing Unit or Holding Cell to another location (Talking toother inmates is prohibited when being escorted, except when inside in the following locations: Housing Unit,Recreational Area, Holding Cells, Visitation Room, or when being processed). Talking in Processing other than when beingdirectly asked questions for Processing or 1st Appearances is prohibited.
  8. Disrupting religious services, Bible Study Classes, Inspections, Meals, Commissary, Medical Services, Mail Call, Laundry Change Out or Visitation.
  9. Abusing Visitation privileges.
  10. Abusing or excessive use of the Intercom System.
  11. Manipulation of the inmate telephone system.
  12. Unauthorized use of the inmate telephone system or making calls during lockdown or downtime.
  13. Using the mail for any immoral or illegal purpose.
  14. Correspondence or attempted correspondence between inmates of different housing units by use of notes, use of telephone, use of other inmates, use of staff, or use of volunteers, as messengers.
    NOTE: Inmates may correspond with other inmates outside their housing units by sending letters through the United States Mail.
  15. Acting as a “runner” or delivery person for any other inmate or visitor.
  16. Abusing Commissary privileges (count each as a separate violation):
    1. Signing another inmates commissary sheet
    2. Ordering items using another inmates name
    3. Ordering or adding items on another inmates commissary sheet
    4. Impersonating another inmate
    5. Abusing Indigent System
    6. Failure to immediately check all Commissary items at the door for accuracy and immediately sign the sheet when Commissary items are received
    7. Failure to immediately let the Commissary Officer know that your order is not accurate
    8. Failure to be in a Single File Line as designated for receiving Commissary items
    9. Possession of more than five (5) packs of any combination of the following over the counter medications: MS-Aid, Tylenol, Acetaminophen or any other type pain reliever
    10. Possession of more than (1) empty beverage container to be used for drinking water. Not to be used for any other purpose (soaps, homemade beverages, etc.).
  17. Failure to adhere to Roll Call Procedures as follows (count each as a separate violation):
    1. Beds must be made to Detention Center Regulations at 04:30 am and remain made until 10:30 pm
    2. Inmates must be fully dressed from 04:30 am until 10:30 pm
    3. Inmates must stand by their bunk for roll call.
    4. Inmates must answer verbally for Roll Call; unless medically unable to do so
  18. Possession of unauthorized commissary items (any items other than hygiene products) while on lockdown status.  Passing unauthorized commissary items to inmates on lockdown status.
  19. Failure to perform routine duties such as cleaning personal living areas and keeping assigned areas in order. Failure to “PASS” routine inspection of person, housing unit, or property.
  20. Intentionally littering of common areas.
  21. Hoarding or storing of cleaning supplies, equipment or utensils in the Housing Unit after the designated cleaning times and all cleaning supplies and equipment have been collected. Placing cleaning supplies or other chemicals and soaps in containers other than the original containers in which they were issued.
  22. Hoarding of paper items or debris (newspapers, books, toilet paper, magazines, etc…) to a degree to cause a fire and/or            a health hazard.
  23. Refusal or failure to carry out work or other assignments or inadequate completion of work assignments.
  24. Horseplay (rough or boisterous play), teasing or verbally harassing staff, visitors, or other inmates.
  25. Failure to keep all personal property in “BED DRAWER” or in the “CONTAINER” provided for the “BEDS” that do not have “BED DRAWERS”. ALL INMATE PROPERTY MUST FIT IN THE DESIGNATED CONTAINERS (this includes Commissary items, books, personal whites, etc.). Limit one container per inmate.
  26. Knocking or kicking on windows or doors to get someone’s attention or cause a nuisance, except in emergency circumstances.
  27. Intentional slamming of a Detention Center Door or preventing a Detention Center door from closing or securing properly (keeping door ajar).
  28. Laying on furniture or floors. Placing feet on furniture, walls, tables, etc… No body parts on the tabletops, trash cans, containers for holding personal property except for hands and arms.
  29. Failure to wear detention uniforms and shoes at all times in the housing area except when in bed covered (between 10:30 pm and 04:30 am). No nude sleeping. Exiting shower or toilet stalls undressed or underdressed. Wearing pants legs rolled up or altered. Wearing anything on the head (except Inmates assigned to outside duties). Wearing or altering any clothing from the original condition for which it was manufactured. Failure to be in full uniform during the hours of 04:30 am and 10:30 pm. Inmates working or handling food trays must wear hairnets and food handling gloves.
  30. Possession of more than one (1) each of the items issued by booking to include: mattress, pillow, pillow case, uniform shirt and pants or jumpsuit, shower shoes, towel, washcloth, blanket and two (2) sheets.
  31. Possession of more than one (1) each of any items issued by the detention center: care pack items (soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.)
  32. Possession of contraband items or items not authorized. Contraband is any item not permitted or issued by the Detention Center, or purchased through the Commissary. Possession of any item not being used for its original intent and/or any item not in the original issued condition. Having more than the allowed quantity of any item. Contraband under this enumeration shall not include weapons or illicit drugs. Conversion of any permitted item into contraband.
  33. Failure to immediately report contraband and weapons.
  34. Failure to flush toilet after each use.
  35. Removing the “BAR CODE” from the walls.
  36. Failure to line up in a single file line for any of the following: Meals, Laundry Change Out, to receive Commissary, to receive Medications or see the Medical Staff, to receive prescribed Snacks, to be escorted to Court, Medical, Recreation, Mail Call or any other time as requested by the Sheriff’s Office personnel
  37. Crossing over or touching the security perimeter line without explicit direction from the Detention Officer or Sheriff’s Office personnel
  38. Failure to be in the designated area for meals or snack distribution.
  39. Waste or hoarding of any hygiene items or food items issued by the Detention Center.
  40. Hoarding of any food or beverage items after the meal trays have been picked up.
  41. Failure to be present for medication call, failure to sign refusal of medication receipt, hoarding medication, or failure to take medication as prescribed.
  42. Failure to turn in all clothing or linen for exchange during change out.
  43. Placing any knots in any linen or making clotheslines without tearing the fabric.
  44. Attaching, writing or drawing on walls, ceilings, floors, bunks, air vents, conduct, windows, or fixtures for any purpose.
  45. NOTE: For multiple violations see section C III (1)

 

B. LEVEL II VIOLATIONS – 5 DAY LOCKDOWN

    1. Deliberate exposure of genitalia, breasts or buttocks.
    2. Sudden or abrupt movements or any noises toward Canine (1st offense). See section C III (1) for multiple offenses.
    3. Disobeying or failing to immediately comply with a direct lawful order given by any staff member, officer, or administrator. If the inmate disagrees with the order he/she must obey the lawful order and then file a grievance. Also, failing to immediately comply with a direct lawful order given by any staff member, officer, or administrator.
    4. Assaults or fighting, with or without weapons, between inmates or upon inmates, including instigating of, or perpetuation of fights or disturbances.
    5. Intentional misuse, alteration, or damage of property or equipment, belonging to the Detention Center, Detention Center employees, volunteers, or other inmates, has a value of less than $ 10.00. (See section C III (1) if value is over $ 10.00)
    6. Removing more than one (1) food tray at mealtime. Removing items from food or commissary cart. Trading, stealing, giving or converting meals, commissary products or issued property in any way.
    7. Making unfounded complaints against staff members, officers, and administrators of the Detention Center, with malicious intent.
    8. Engaging in any other conduct, which is inherently dangerous or unhealthy.
    9. Possession of another person’s property.
    10. Possessing unauthorized institutional property.
    11. Homosexual behavior or open display of homosexual mannerisms.
    12. Intentional physical contact with anyone.
    13. Going through papers or drawers of a Detention Officer’s desk.
    14. Intentionally faking or misrepresenting a medical problem.
    15. Gambling or possessing gambling articles.
    16. Communicating threats of personal harm or violence directed to another inmate.
    17. Unauthorized use of the inmate call system, detention intercoms, or institutional staff telephones.
    18. Possession of window caulk or putty, and/or possession of any institutional component, parts, or supplies.
    19. Placing or throwing any object or item at another inmate.
    20. Not wearing the inmate ID properly or not in possession of inmate ID.
    21. NOTE: For multiple violations see section C III (1).

 

C.  LEVEL III VIOLATIONS – 10 DAY LOCKDOWN

  1. Multiple violations of Levels I and/or Level II Offenses occurring contemporaneously shall be sanctioned as a Level III violation.
  2. Sudden or abrupt movements or any noises toward Canine (2nd or multiple offenses).
  3. Criminal misdemeanor violations for which probable cause is found, of local, state, or federal law committed while in custody of the Iredell County Detention Center
  4. Attempting to control the behavior of other inmates through coercion, force, or threat, or assigning work to other inmates. Administering inmate-created justice and sanctions upon other inmates.
  5. Stoppage or placement of foreign objects or matter into toilets, sinks, or plumbing.
  6. Participating in any sexual act.
  7. Tattooing or self-mutilation other than suicide attempts.
  8. Intentional misuse, alteration, or damage to property or equipment, belonging to the Detention Center, Detention Center employees, volunteers, or other inmates, having a value of $ 10.00 but less than $100.00.
  9. Being out of place in the Detention Center.
  10. Possession, consumption, or manufacture of illicit drugs or intoxicants.
  11. Communicating threats of personal harm or violence directed toward an officer, staff member, administrators, visitor or canine.
  12. Theft of Detention Center property. Theft of property belonging to other inmates, staff members, administrators, or visitors.
  13. Deliberately interfering with any lockdown procedure or count.
  14. Bribing, extorting, or attempting to bribe or extort, any officer, or staff member, inmate, or visitor.
  15. Destruction or alteration of any institutional record or signage.
  16. Passing or attempting to pass contraband, except weapons to another inmate, within the confines of the Detention Center, or while in the custody and control of the Detention Center, or while in the custody and control of any law enforcement or correctional official while assigned to the Detention Center.
  17. Deliberating flooding a cell, housing area, dayroom or service area.
  18. NOTE: For multiple violations see section D (20).

 

D.  ADMINISTRATIVE SEGREGATION (A STATUS DECLARED ONLY BY THE DETENTION ADMINISTRATOR OR HIS DESIGNEE) 30 DAY OR MORE LOCKDOWN

  1. Assaulting any officer, staff member, administrator, visitor, or canine.
  2. Commission of assault, upon any inmate or anyone else, leading to serious bodily injury.
  3. Repeated violations of violent conduct or repeated threats of violence or personal harm.
  4. Possession, use, attempted use, manufacture, intentionally or unintentionally, of any weapon, device, chemical agent, ammunication, or any object which has been altered, fashioned, or modified so that it may be used as a weapon, ammunication, or chemical agent, or of any firearm, weapon of mass destruction, incendiary or explosive device, or component parts, or for any object which has been altered, fashioned, or modified so that it may be used as such. Evidence of recent possession of firearms, weapons of mass destruction, incendiary or explosive devices, ammunication, or component parts of any object which has been altered, fashioned or modified so that it may be used as such.
  5. Instigating, encouraging, provoking, creating, conspiring to commit, soliciting for, or willingly participating in a collective disturbance or riot.
  6. Taking hostage(s) or attempting to take hostage(s).
  7. Attempting to take over, or actual takeover of the Detention Center.
  8. Commission of any violent felony while in the custody and control of the Detention Center, or while in the custody or control of any law enforcement or correctional official while assigned to the Detention Center.
  9. Escape, conspiring or planning or attempting to escape or, assisting another to escape from the Detention Center, or from the custody and control of any law enforcement or correctional official while assigned to the Detention Center.
  10. Arson or setting any fire, or, attempted arson or setting a fire.
  11. Tampering with, or damaging any fire control/suppression device, locking device, security hardware, emergency equipment, or electronics equipment.
  12. Intentional misuse, alteration or damage to property or equipment belonging to the Detention Center, Detention Center employees, volunteers, or other inmates, having a value of $ 100.00 or greater.
  13. Attempted or threatened suicide, or presentation of suicidal tendencies (housing assignment shall be at the direction of the Detention Administrator or his designee, upon consultation with a qualified medical advisor). Detention Officers will follow suicide watch procedures.
  14. Criminal felony violations of state or federal law committed while in custody of the Iredell County Detention Center.
  15. Any inmate presenting an imminent threat of harm to oneself, others, or to property.
  16. Passing or receiving contraband, or attempting to pass or receive contraband, to or from outside of the Detention Center.
  17. Passing or receiving weapons, or any component part thereof, or, attempting to pass or receive weapons, or any component part thereof, to anyone within or without the confines of the Detention Center.
  18. Habitual, non-contemporaneous violations of Levels I, II, III offenses, or any combination of them.
  19. Exiting assigned cell without permission, or refusing to re-enter assigned cell while on disciplinary lockdown.
  20. NOTE: Multiple violations of Level III offenses contemptuously shall be assigned to administrative segregation.

 

*All hygiene, clothing, snacks, and writing material must be purchased from commissary. NO stamps, envelopes, or blank paper is to be mailed in.
Females are allowed 3 plain white sports bras.
Phone cards are available for purchase from the inmate in commissary.*

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 287
Statesville, NC 28687

Evercom Phone Service: 1-800-844-6591

 

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