Jail Information

McLeod County Jail
801 East 10th Street
Glencoe, Minnesota 55336
Phone:  320-864-5191
Fax:  320-864-1842

About The Jail
The McLeod County Jail is a 59-bed licensed Class III jail and is governed by Minnesota Department of Corrections standards as a secure detention facility used to confine both sentenced and pre-sentenced prisoners.  The McLeod County Jail opened its doors in 1982 on the second floor of the Law Enforcement Addition, which also houses the Sheriff's Office and 911 Dispatch Center.  In 2017, a new addition was completed to the courthouse and detention center.  The addition included 19-detention beds, a larger intake area, video visitation and office space for the jail and sheriff’s office.

The task of supervising the operation of the Jail is the responsibility of the Jail Administrator.  The Jail Administrator is assisted in this by the Jail Programmer, four Sergeants and fourteen full time corrections staff.  Correctional Officers are primarily responsible for the safety and security of the jail facility, the inmates and the officers.  Food service is provided by private contractor and Inmate Health Care is also provided through a private contractor in collaboration with the McLeod County Public Health Department.

Some of the programs available at the McLeod County Jail include GED preparation, and other educational opportunities, chemical abuse counseling, library services, religious guidance, and recreational activities.

Our jail holds pre-trial, straight time (sentenced), work release and STS (Sentence to Service) offenders.  STS is a program that is court ordered so inmates can go out into the community to perform many service projects.  The jail holds only male and female adults.

Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Services
Inmates in custody at the McLeod County Jail will be provided full and equal access to services and programs.  The County will use its best efforts to provide inmates effective auxiliary aids and services that will permit deaf and hard-of-hearing inmates to have the ability to communicate with people outside of the jail that other inmates have.  The McLeod County Jail has policies and procedures in place that it will allow for effective communication with all deaf and hard-of-hearing inmates.  Sign language, oral interpreters, video remote interpreting, texting, TTYs and other auxiliary services are available to deaf and hard-of-hearing inmates free of charge.

The McLeod County Jail will not retaliate against, or coerce in any way, any person who exercises or attempts to exercise his or her rights to services and programs while in custody.

McLeod County Jail Mission Statement

To have charge and custody of the county jail.  To receive and safely keep all persons lawfully committed, and not release any person unless discharged in accordance with the law.

"Pride is a personal commitment; it is an attitude which separates excellence from mediocrity."