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You can call and leave a brief message on Inmate Voicemail by dialing 763-515-4160. DO NOT leave personal information or PHONE CARD numbers on the voice mail.
Jail visiting hours are as follows:
We do have a dress code for visitors, no tank tops or other low cut/revealing shirts or tops, shoulders must be covered.
During Calendar year 2016 the Average Daily Population (ADP) of the Wright County Jail was 166 persons, with an average length of stay of approximately 16 days. There were 3,901 adult bookings and 23 juvenile bookings.
We do non-criminal/civilian fingerprints for adoptions, gun permits, teachers, and many other reasons. We do these at our Court Holding Office in the court house building at 10 2nd Street NW in Buffalo. The Court Holding Office is open from 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. This office is closed on holidays. There is a $15 fee for county residents and out of county residents and businesses. For more information call 763-684-2384.
The Wright County Jail is taking all recommended precautions from MN Dept. of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to protect those individuals incarcerated in our Jail from the COVID19 virus.
We have begun to implement certain emergency protocols. To include:
Our Jail was designed with the ability to quarantine individuals and entire housing units if necessary. We clean all areas and surfaces regularly throughout the day. Inmate cleaners have been instructed on the proper use of disinfectants and cleaning.
We have not currently changed our visiting hours as we only do video visiting, shortly we will be implementing off-site video visiting through our canteen vendor.
We are currently not in lock down but are limiting inmate movement and activity.