Inmate Contact

Ways to communicate:

Telephones: Securus phones are available from 9:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. every day. Inmates may place collect calls. Be advised that some phone numbers have a block on the line to prevent collect calls and it is the responsibility of the Inmate to communicate by mail with a person who has the blocked telephone line, so they can have the number unblocked through their telephone company if they choose. Family members and friends may go to for services and funding options or call Securus at 1-800-844-6591.

Email: You may email an inmate by logging onto Turn Key Corrections at You will need to set up an account with a credit card. They do not charge the credit card until you make purchase.

From this website you may email an inmate and receive emails from an inmate, text an inmate and receive a text from an inmate for a small fee.

Mail: There is no limit on the amount of mail Inmates send or receive as long as Inmates have stamped envelopes and paper. Inmates that are indigent are allowed two stamps and two envelopes each week on commissary.

All Inmate mail must be addressed in the following way:

Elbert County Jail
Inmate(Inmates full name}
P.O. Box 486
Kiowa, CO 80117
The full legal name of the sender and addressee must appear on the envelope; nicknames will not be accepted. Any mail received without both full names on the envelope will be returned to sender or destroyed if there is no return address. All incoming mail except for properly labeled Legal mail will be opened and scanned; the same is procedure for outgoing mail.

Visitation: All non-professional visits to the Elbert County Jail are non-contact. Visiting hours are Noon to 4:00 PM every Saturday. Inmates are allowed up to 30 minutes a day.

No form fitting, suggestive or revealing clothing will be permitted. All visitors must present current, legible and valid photo identification before being allowed to visit. The ONLY forms of acceptable positive identification are:

• State issued driver’s license or ID cards
• US Military ID
• Passport

Visitors under the age of eighteen will be denied for any inmate charged or convicted of child abuse, child assault, sexual assault on a child, or a felony with a victim classified as a minor. Visitors under the age of eighteen where the above does not apply must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Professional visits: All professional visits are to be scheduled and approved in advance with jail staff.

You can call the Elbert County Jail at 303-805-6104 or 303-621-2027 with any further questions that you may have.