Pulaski County Missouri
Jimmy Bench Sheriff
Jail (573) 774-4793
Fax (573) 774-6129
Address: 301 Historic 66 East Suite 136 Waynesville, MO 65583
PULASKI COUNTY JAIL Division
Lt. April Bryan
For transportation for in-state inmates contact Lt. Bryan
For Out of State Transportation Contact Kim Luttrell 573-774-4795
Sgt. Marcus Robison
The Pulaski County Detention Center is pleased to announce a new video visitation. They will be able to video visit, send messages and picutres.
For their loved ones they can set a video visit, text messaging by the web or by their cell phone.
To set up a video visit by your phone or by the web contact City Tele-Coin 318-746-1114 or go on the web to
To set up a local free video visits it must be set up with Lt. Bryan, you can reach her by calling 573-774-4798, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s administration office, or email email@example.com. Please provide your name, address, and date of birth
All free local visits is only Monday - Friday 900 AM - 1540 PM.
All free video visits must be set up 24 hours in advance.
If you have video visits with a detainee, it is up to the detainee to come to the kiosk for their visit. It is not up to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department to remind the detainee that they have a video visit.
If the detainee does not come to the kiosk for their full visit, another visit will not be rescheduled for the same day.
If the Pulaski County Detention Center is on lock down, there will be no video visit.
There will only be 2 visits per person per week.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office has multiple ways for inmate friends and family members to put money onto inmate commissary accounts.
Funds can be deposited to inmates' accounts through Tiger Commissary.
Website, Lobby Kiosk and over the phone payment
You will also be able to order them commissary by going to
All incoming mail is checked for contraband by detention staff. Professional mail (legal and governmental correspondence) is accepted to the facility.
Non-legal/non-governmental correspondence is accepted in the form of postcards. This practice provides a safer, contraband-free environment for both inmates and detention staff. All postcards not meeting the standards listed below will be returned to sender.
Requests for exceptions to the postcard requirement (family pictures) must be made by submission of an Inmate Request. All exceptions require prior approval of the Lieutenant. You may have only one picture. Mail opened consistent with a mail exception and identified as not meeting the standards, will be placed in the inmate’s property. The sender of rejected mail (either returned to sender or placed in the inmate’s property) will be notified in writing. Outgoing mail is not similarly restricted.
Related requirements are as follows:
Postcards may be no larger than 4.25 inches by 6 inches and must be properly addressed; must contain the sender’s name/return address and the inmate’s name.
Metered post cards are preferred and will generally be delivered unaltered; stamped mail will have the stamps removed which will likely damage some portion of the postcard.
Postcards containing stickers, adhesive labels, watermarks, stains, lipstick, and/or any other suspect alteration/adulteration will be returned to sender.