Culpeper County Jail   -   (540) 727-3434   

The Culpeper County Jail is located at 131 West Cameron Street, Culpeper, Virginia 22701.


The mission of the Culpeper County Jail is to provide safety, security, and humane custody and treatment of those individuals in custody. The Sheriff’s Office provides facilities for male and female inmates awaiting trial and/or serving a sentence as punishment for a crime in which they were convicted.


The deputies working in the jail receive specific training in booking procedures and prisoner safety. Trained medical staff is essential because the Sheriff’s Office is responsible for providing routine healthcare to the inmates.


The jail is one of the few jails in the Commonwealth to provide meals cooked in-house by civilian staff. The custodial deputies remain mindful of public safety and maintain a cost-effective, efficient, and innovative management system of accountability.








Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What outside items can inmates bring into the jail?


A: On their initial visit, inmates can bring in their prescription medications and cash. Cash is only received at the time of booking.


Q: Where can I find a list of bail persons or bond persons?


A: A list of bail persons and bond persons is posted on a television monitor in the lobby of the jail.


Q: If an in inmate is released, what happens to his or her property?


A: The individual has seven business days to pick up personal property. Inmates have to designate an individual to pick up property in seven business days and fill out a property release form; the designee has to show photo identification upon picking up the inmate’s property.

Inmate Accounts & Commissary

Commissary is available for the purpose of providing inmates with items that are not provided by the Culpeper County Jail. In order to be eligible for commissary, an inmate must have a minimum of $1.00 in his/her account. By utilizing the kiosk or to have funds placed in an inmate account, funds are automatically placed in the account by electronic means. Funds are accepted through the mail in the form of a money order or may be placed in an account by utilizing the kiosk located in the Culpeper County Jail Lobby. The kiosk accepts cash, debit and credit cards. Money may also be placed in an inmate account by utilizing and clicking the "SEND MONEY NOW" option and having an access account set-up. This will guide whoever is placing money in the account through the process. Money for commissary is deducted from the inmates account at the time the order is placed. When commissary is dispensed, each inmate will check his/her order, sign for it and be given a receipt. A maximum of $150.00 may be ordered each week. Commissary is ordered by the inmate by using the inmate telephone system. This system allows the inmate to access his/her account balance and order the items he/she so chooses. This system clearly guides the inmate through the process. Inmates may not have more than $2000.00 in their inmate account.


Deputies no longer accept money orders at the jail lobby window. Money orders  addressed to inmates may be sent to 131 W. Cameron Street, Culpeper, VA 22701. There is a $3.50 fee for each cash transaction at the kiosk and a tiered fee system for credit and debit card transactions.



Fee ScheduleDeposit AmountFee Per Transaction
$20.00 $2.50
$50.00 $5.00
$100.00 $10.00




If you have been sentenced to serve weekends in the Culpeper County Jail, Please review the PDF document below.


Inmate Visitation

Each inmate is permitted one 30 minute visit per week.  Due to limited visitation space and time, inmates serving weekends or non-consecutive days will not be allowed visits.  Only one person is permitted in the visiting room at a time.  Visitors will be required to present identification (NO ID = NO VISIT).  Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 


All visitors who attempt to bring contraband to inmates will be charged and prosecuted under the applicable statute. 


All visitors are subject to search!



Male Inmates


Saturday                                     12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Sunday                                       7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

                                                 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Female Inmates


Saturday                                     7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.


                       NO FEMALE VISITS ON SUNDAY










Directions to the Culpeper County Jail

Get Directions To:
131 W. Cameron Street
Culpeper Virginia 22701

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