Jail

The Asotin County Jail is operated by the Asotin County Sheriff’s Office and houses adult offenders and pre-trial arrestees.

Capacity

Our facility has a standard capacity of 47 inmates, with an emergency capacity of 58.

Staff

The jail is staffed 24 hours per day by 1 Commander, 3 Sergeants, 10 Corrections Officers, and a Transport Officer.

Functions

The Asotin County Jail offers bed spaces to the Washington Department of Correction to temporarily house probation violators, as well as serving as the primary detention facility for the City of Asotin and the City of Clarkston.

Our facility contracts out for its medical, mental health, and dental services. Life skills, educational, and religious programs are offered through volunteer services. Inmates also enjoy a limited commissary program and a library. Work release and home detention services are also available.

Community Services

The Asotin County Jail also supports the community by offering inmate labor to local government and non-profit organizations, to include the:

  • Asotin County Landfill
  • Courthouse
  • Fair Board
  • Litter Control
  • Weed Control

Other community services include public fingerprinting.

Public Fingerprinting

  • Availability: Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5:30 pm.
  • Cost: $10 (cash or money order) for applicant fingerprints. Concealed weapon permit fingerprint costs are covered by the fee charged by the Sheriff’s Office.
  • Picture ID is required

Home Monitoring

Persons wishing to participate in the home monitoring may contact Asotin County Misdemeanor Probation Officer, Mike Grimm at 509-552-0149.