Wooster City Jail Inmate Search and Prison Information

Wooster City Jail
201 W North Street, Wooster, OH, 44691

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Wayne County is home to the Wooster City Jail. In Wooster, Ohio is where you will be able to find this medium-security police jail. This is a short term detention center is operated by the Wooster Police Department and is for adult offenders.

The offenders that do not qualify for bail are transported by the sheriff to the county jail.

The individuals that get arrested within the city of Wooster get taken here. When they first arrive they are booked and processed at the intake. This is where they are fingerprinted and have their mugshots taken.

Three meals a day and a single-person cell with a bed are provided for every offender that is held in this facility. The offenders are allowed to go to the library, recreation area, and the common area daily during designated times. However, they are in their cell most of the time.

Wooster City Jail — General Information

Facility Name
Wooster City Jail
Facility Type
City Jail
201 W North Street, Wooster, OH, 44691
Postal Code
Wayne County

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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Inmates are allowed to send out and receive letters in the mail. Only a pencil, black and blue ink can be used on these letters. The Wooster City Jail staff inspects all incoming and outgoing mail.

Sending Money

There is a kiosk located in the Wooster City Jail lobby that can be used to fund an inmate’s account. The inmate can use these funds to make purchases from the commissary or tp make phone calls.

You can also contact the jail staff for additional information or questions on how to fund an inmate’s account.

Phone calls

Inmates at the Wooster City Jail are allowed to make collect calls to their loved ones. The receiver of a collect call is the one responsible for the charges that are associated with the collect call.


Inmates love getting visitors while they are in jail.

You will be required to show your government-issued photo ID card. Be sure to be dressed modestly as there are strict dress code rules.

Visiting Hours

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