Visitation

In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, in-person visitation has been suspended until further notice at the Concordia Parish Jail, Concordia Parish Corrections Facility and Concordia Parish Women’s Facility.  CPSO is committed to protecting the health and welfare of the individuals entrusted to our care, as well as our staff, their families and the communities were we live and work.

Fingerprints

Tuesday 8AM-8PM 

Friday 8AM-8PM

Saturday 8AM-8PM

All fingerprint cards are $20.00 with the exception of military or law enforcement who present proper ID

Inmate Property

All property will be taken between 6pm-10pm

3 changes of pants and/or shorts

3 shirts

3 underwear/boxers

3 socks

1 deodorant Soap/body wash

1 toothbrush

1 toothpaste

1 washcloth

1 pair of shoes

1 pair of rubber/plastic shower shoes or flip flops

Each inmate is allowed only one package during their stay at Concordia Parish Sheriff's Office. Anything else they need or run out of MUST be purchased through the commissary while they are incarcerated.

Account Funding Options

Visit www.inmatefinancial.com

Facility Code: CPCF

Lobby Kiosk:

Facility Code: CPCF

Cash or credit cards Call: 855-700-0077

Monday-Friday 8:30AM-4:30PM

Credit or Debit Cards

Bonding Agents

Gene Allen

318-336-0349

Robert Allen

318-719-0349

Bill Atkins

318-201-6838

Keisha Conner

225-588-3089

Melissa Doolittle

318-744-1583

Sue Freeman

318-719-1259

Tyrone Johnson

318-412-8334

Deon Jones

318-374-9814

Juan King

318-437-9069

Chad Manuel

318-308-6892

Rebecca Parker

318-403-2043

Will Shirley

318-720-5371

Rob Webb

318-372-4735

Ben Williams

318-719-1741

PROPERTY BOND INSTRUCTIONS

1. Confirm bond amount through the jail; confirm that you have permission to do a property bond, then do the following.

2. Go to the Assessor's Office (4001 Carter Street, Room 3, Vidalia, LA) obtain Property Assessment.

3. Go to the Clerk of Courts Office (4001 Carter Street, Room 5, Vidalia, LA) obtain Mortgage Certificate. Mortgage Certificate needs to set forth all mortgages, liens, judgements, ect.  which would attach to subject property.

4. Bring Mortgage Certificate back to the jail so a Property Bond can be prepared (making sure there is enough unencumbered value to cover the amount of the bond)

5. After the Property Bond Form is prepared, go to the Sheriff's Office ((4001 Carter Street, Room 7, Vidalia, LA) to have the form notarized and pay bond fees.  

6. Go back to the Clerk's Office to have the bond recorded.

7. Bring the RECORDED PAPERS, RECEIPT FOR BOND FEE, MORTGAGE CERTIFICATE AND RECORDING FEE (2 RECEIPTS) back to the jail.

8. The final preparation of the bond will then be done and you will be given your receipts.