The Butler County Jail offers 24 hrs a day service. You may Bond an inmate at any time from our Facility.
Personal Recognizance (ROR) - Your personal recognizance, provided that you promise to appear at all scheduled hearings, trials, or otherwise as required by the Court.
Unsecured Bond or Surety Bond - An unsecured appearance bond from you or your surety to be forfeited should you fail to appear as required by the Court. Suretyâ€™s must not have no pending/convicted felony charges, and cannot be the Defendant/Co-Defendant in the case.
Partially Secured Bond - Cash bail secured by cash deposit of 10% of the deposit will be retained if you are found guilty and the court determines you have performed the conditions of your release. The entire cash bond will be forfeited should you fail to appear as requested by the court.
Property Bonds - Anyone placing a property Bond must have the property approved by both PVA and Circuit Clerkâ€™s Office before the Bond can be Complete.
Weekenders - Anyone sentenced to serve weekends must pay the first and last Per Diem Charge upon arrival at the Butler County Jail. Each remaining Weekend payment will be expected upon arrival. Fees for weekend are $60.00.
Circuit Work Release - Fees will be paid weekly with no exceptions. Failure to do so will result in Work Release Privileges becoming revoked.
District Work Release - Fees will be paid weekly with no exceptions. Failure to do so will result in Work Release Privileges becoming revoked.
If you request that the bond money be posted in your name. You must request and sign as a third party surety.
ALL bonds will be subject to a $25.00 non-refundable bond fee. Also ALL bonds will have a Jail Fee of $20.00 and a Bond Fee of $5.00, making the total fees upon bonding $50.00
Money for the inmate to use to purchase items from the Commissary may be left at the Jail door Monday through Friday from 7 am to 3 pm.
Commissary items can be purchased daily. It runs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
|2nd Floor Butler County Courthouse|
The Butler County Jail uses Combined Public Communications (CPC) for their Inmate Phone System.
For more information you can call the following number:
Combined Public Communications
PERSONAL PROPERTY DROP-OFF
3 new white washclothes
1 new white sheet set
Jacket, Hat, Work boots - WORKERS ONLY
1 Plastic bowl
1 deck of cards
1 wedding band (no diamonds)
1 pair of reading glasses (if needed)