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Lincoln County Sheriff
Wade Magers, Sheriff


Lincoln County Jail

Visitation Information


Visiting Days:
Wednesdays and Saturdays
All Holidays
          2 pm to 4 pm

Visitation Rules

Each inmate is allowed 30 minutes of visitation per day. No more than 2 visitors at a time shall be allowed in a visitation room, excluding children under the age of twelve years of age. 

 Parent or legal guardian must accompany persons under the age of eighteen (18) years of age.

 Photo identification is required prior to visitations.

Special visitations will only be authorized by the Jail Superintendent.  Visitation will not be allowed if an ongoing investigation may be jeopardized.  The Jail Superintendent or Corrections Staff may deny visitation for different reasons when presented.

 Visitors shall not drop off correspondence, pictures or any other items of any kind for the inmate.  All correspondence must come through the mail unless authorized by the Jail Superintendent.  Commissary will be ordered through Swanson Services and distributed on the days delivered.  All commissary items must be prepackaged.  The Jail Superintendent must approve all items not furnished through commissary. 

No personal checks will be accepted from or for the inmates.  All monies received shall be either cash, cashiers check, or personal money order.


Mailing Information

All Correspondence will be addressed as:
Inmates Full Name
Lincoln County Jail
PO Box 367
Davenport, WA 99122

All books, magazines and papers must be sent directly from the

All monies sent will be put on the inmates accounts. Only certified
checks or money orders will be accepted by mail.

Warrants Division

The warrants division is responsible for processing of all felony warrants issued from Superior court and misdemeanor warrants issued from District court. Currently the sheriff's office has over 360 active warrants.

Processing includes entering felony warrants into the state crime information computer and national crime information computer. There is also processing involved when a person is arrested on the warrant or the court quashes (dismisses) the warrant.

If you have information on an individual who has a warrant you can call the warrants division (509) 725-3501 and leave the information or call 911. If you are checking to see if you have a warrant or to see if someone else has a warrant, do not call the warrants division. For felony warrants call the prosecutors office at (509)725-4040. For misdemeanor warrants you need to call district court at (509)725-2281. If the warrant was issued by any other agency you will need to contact that agency.

2016 Holiday's

January 1st

New Year's Day

January 18th

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

February 22nd

Washington's Birthday

March 27th


May 30th

Memorial Day

July 4th

Independence Day

September 5th

Labor Day

October 10th

Columbus Day

November 11th

Veterans Day

November 24th

Thanksgiving Day

 December 25th

Christmas Day