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911 is a three-digit telephone number that you can call 24 hours a day for police, fire, or emergency medical services.
Call 911 during an emergency where you believe that the immediate response of the police, a firetruck, or an ambulance is needed. Some examples can include:
Do not call 911:
911 is only a telephone number. A quick response depends on the important information that you provide. The 911 Telecommunicator will ask you a series of questions. Remain calm and be prepared to provide the following information:
A customer who is a paying a fee to stay in a hotel, motel, inn, bed and breakfast, or Airbnb must pay the 5.00% hotel occupancy tax due.
For example, if your customer is charged $50.00 for a night’s stay, $2.50 would be due from the customer in the form of a hotel occupancy tax. If the customer is staying for 30 consecutive days or more, that customer is exempt from the tax and must complete the exemption form.
Review the Ordinance (PDF) to see if you need to file your reports monthly or quarterly and when payment is due to the County Treasurer’s Office. There are penalties and interest if you do not pay.
Any hotel, motel, inn, bed and breakfast or Airbnb must register with the county and collect the 5% hotel occupancy tax from your customer for submission to the County Treasurer’s Office. Please review the Ordinance (PDF) to see if you need to file your reports monthly or quarterly, and when payment is due to the County Treasurer’s Office. Failure to collect the tax would result in a penalty and interest due.
No - they are the highest ranking official
All visitors MUST be on the inmates approved visitor list.
All visitors should arrive and register ten minutes prior to the scheduled visit time.
Visiting days and hours are assigned by the housing unit and cell the inmate occupies.
Visitors will be required to produce photo identification prior to visiting.
Visitors under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and must be a child, stepchild or grandchild of the inmate they are visiting.
Visitors will supervise their children at all times
Visitors are required to be orderly, not take pictures, not smoke, not bring in cell phones or any other contraband into the facility.
No foul or abusive language may be used at any time.
Visitors must be dressed appropriately at all times. Discretion in this matter will be left up to correctional staff.
During an emergency, visiting may be terminated and visitors directed to leave the building.
Citizens that have been Inmates are required to wait for 1 full year after incarceration to visit other Inmates.
Any violation of the visiting rules may result in temporary or permanent termination of visiting privileges.
Visitors may be subjected to a “pat down” search by law enforcement if there is a suspicion of contraband.
7:30PM TO 10:30PM
B & C ISOLATION CELLS
7:30PM TO 9:30PM
RHU MAX, D-BLOCK & E-BLOCK
8:00AM TO 9:30PM
C-BLOCK, 2-DORM & 3-DORM
Within the first fourteen (14) days of incarceration, inmates are permitted to receive 3- white pairs of socks, 3- white pocket-less t-shirts, 3- white pairs of underwear and 3- white wireless bra's. These items must be shipped to the facility from a distributor such as Walmart, Amazon, Kmart, etc. After the fourteen (14) day period, inmates will only be permitted to purchase these items from the inmate commissary system.
Inmates are permitted to receive books in the mail from the publisher or distributor only. The following restrictions apply to magazines, newspapers, periodicals, books and letters:
• can not cause a security concern;
• can not contain instructions for the manufacture of explosives, drugs or other unlawful substances or devices;
• can not deal with escape, disappearing, etc.;
• can not advocate violence, in general, or within the institution;
• can not advocate racial, religious or national hatred;
• is contrary to legitimate penological interests;
• can not contain sexually explicit material or photographs;
• can not contain stickers, postage stamps or pre-paid stamped envelopes;
• can not contain polaroid pictures;
• can not contain musical devices, metal objects, hard substances, food or any other item which is not pictorial form;
• can not contain anything that would have to be destroyed to be properly screened;
• can not contain oversized objects (i.e. larger than 8 ½ by 11 inches);
• can not contain third party correspondence
To deposit money, simply create an account by visiting www.jailatm.com. You will be prompted through the process in minutes. Once you have an account, find the facility, enter your loved one's name, and deposit money using your credit card.
You can also deposit money into their account via cash or credit card by visiting the kiosk in the prison lobby.
These funds can be used to purchase commissary items, tablet items, and phone calls.
ICSolutions provides prepaid phone services which keeps you connected with your loved ones. ICSolutions offers two options when it comes to prepaid phone services which are Prepaid Accounts and Debit Telephone Accounts. To get started you can simply create an account online at www.icsolutions.com and purchase your desired prepaid phone service. Another option is contacting their Customer Care Representatives, 24 hours a day, at 1-888-506-8407 to create an account and purchase phone services.
Adding funds to this service only pertains to phone calls.
There is no limit on the amount of correspondences an inmate may receive or send. If mail is not properly addressed it will not be delivered to the inmate.
When sending personal correspondences to an inmate, please be sure to address the envelope as follows:
Senders Full Name
Inmate's Full Name
Warren County Prison
407 Market Street
Warren, PA 16365