Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
The inmate may have undergarments brought in from the outside. Please mark each item with the inmate's name in black permanent marker. These garments must be white (no exceptions) and the inmate is only allowed three undergarments of each type:
The inmate may have his or her medication while incarcerated. The medications must be presented to the jail in this manner:
Mail cannot be brought to the Sheriff's Office. Mail must go through the postal system. No package or letter will be accepted by hand delivery. All mail must be addressed in the following manner and must include a valid return address:Lawrence County JailAttn: Inmate's NameP.O. Box 405Deadwood, SD 57732
Show All Answers
Yes. The books must be soft cover only. Please be advised that any book brought into the Lawrence County Jail facility will not be given back and becomes part of the Jail Library.
If the bond is "cash only" you have the option to pay in cash, or pay with a credit or debit card via CourtMoney. If the bond is "cash or surety," you may pay with cash or use a bail bonds company. For more information, review the Bail Bond Information Page.
You may come in person and place money into a kiosk located in the lobby of the Sheriff's Office:80 Sherman StreetDeadwood, SD 57732
You may also visit the Inmate Canteen website. Money can only be placed into the account if the inmate has an account set up. If there is no account, please call 605-578-2230 and ask for the jail. The jail will set up an account for the inmate.
You may come to the Sheriff's Office in person and place money into a kiosk located in the lobby. The money placed in the kiosk goes directly to the inmate and he / she may purchase a phone card directly from the jail. The Sheriff's Office is located at:80 Sherman StreetDeadwood, SD 57732
You may also visit Reliance Telephone and pay with a credit or debit card.
The Lawrence County Jail can block a telephone number so it cannot be called. If you find that an inmate is calling you and you do not want to receive their calls, please let us know and we will block your number. Please call 605-578-2230 and ask to speak to the County Jail, and they will promptly block your number.