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Lubbock County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 733
Inmate Capacity: 795
Year Constructed: 1982
Full-Time Staff: 289
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(806) 775-1475

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.Friday, January 6th, 2017 at 4:16pm
The following items were stolen from a house under construction on 12/14/2016 at 9:45 PM in the area of FM 41 and Quaker. The suspects were seen driving a white 1990’s model Chevrolet or GMC truck and pulling a trailer.

Electrolux “IQ Touch” refrigerator and freezer. Side by side separate units.
GE “Café series” double oven
GE washer dryer combo
Large chandelier

Person's with any information can call:
Crime Line at 741-1000
Your call will remain anonymous
If you have an emergency or wish to make a report please contact the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office at the following 24 hour numbers:
Emergency – 911
Non – Emergency – 775-1600
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Lubbock County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, January 4th, 2017 at 6:11pm

Lubbock, TX – Date: January 4, 2017

The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating several complaints of an individual calling Lubbock and surrounding area residences and representing himself as a “Lubbock Sheriff’s Deputy”. This individual tells the resident that they have warrants out for their arrest; typically for failing to show up for jury duty, and that he (suspect) can take a “fine” payment over the phone. The suspect will continue the call with payment information, and directions to the prospective victim as to how payment can be made to reconcile the bogus warrant. This suspect has called from the following numbers: 806-200-1896, and 806-370-1980 and is known to be very persistent and convincing.
THIS IS A SCAM!!...and should be reported to law enforcement immediately! The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office WILL NOT notify any person(s) by phone in the event of a warrant being issued for their arrest, and will certainly never request or demand payment over the phone.
Citizens are encouraged to contact the Lubbock Sheriff’s Office at 775-1601 in the event they are the recipient of any such calls and terminate such calls immediately with no personal information given to the caller.
Emergency – 911
Non-emergency – 806.775.1601
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Lubbock County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, December 13th, 2016 at 10:10am
Lubbock County Detention staff and volunteers raise a total of $1,500 to help our local veterans during the Christmas season. VetStar currently has a federal grant that will match dollar for dollar.
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Lubbock County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, November 22nd, 2016 at 4:22pm

Lubbock, TX – Date: November 22, 2016

On November 28, 2016 the Lubbock Sheriff’s Office began its annual “Operation St. Nick” program to run through December 31, 2016. Operation St. Nick is designed to curb the increase in property crimes spurred by the upcoming holiday season by the implementation of added patrols in the rural areas. During this time, citizens are encouraged to be on the look-out, and report any suspicious activity in and around their residences, neighborhoods, or places of business. In the event that such activity is observed please contact the Sheriff’s Office 24-hour non-emergency phone line at (806)775-1601, or in the event of an actual emergency, dial 9-1-1.
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Lubbock County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, October 31st, 2016 at 9:50am
Provided by Office of the Texas Governor

AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Esmaeil Porsa, M.D., Bill Stoudt, and Kelly Rowe to the Commission on Jail Standards for terms set to expire January 31, 2017, January 31, 2019, and January 31, 2021, respectively. Additionally, the governor reappointed Dennis Wilson for a term set to expire January 31, 2021. The governor named Bill Stoudt presiding office of the commission. The commission establishes standards for the care and treatment of county prisoners, construction, maintenance and operation of county jails.

Esmaeil Porsa, M.D., MPH of Parker, TX is Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy and Integration Officer and Medical Director for Jail Health at Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas. Additionally, he serves as a volunteer clinical assistant professor of family medicine at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and as an associate assistant clinical professor at Texas Woman’s University. He is a member and former trustee of the National Commission on Correctional Health Care and member of the Society of General Internal Medicine, Academy of Correctional Medicine. He is a volunteer physician for the Human Rights Initiative. Dr. Porsa received a Bachelor of Arts in biology from Our Lady of the Lake University, Doctor of Medicine from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and a Master of Public Health from The University of Texas Health Center at Houston.

Bill Stoudt of Longview has served as the Gregg County Judge since 2003. He is a member of the Texas Association of Counties, Gregg County Bail Bond Board and the Longview Rotary Club and founder of Boys & Girls Club of East Texas and the Centurion Club. He is chairman of the 1-20 East Texas Corridor Advisory Committee, East Texas Council of Governments and the Gregg County Juvenile Board, and he is a community advisor for the Junior League of Longview. Additionally, he is a former director and former chairman of the Longview Economic Development Corporation, Gregg County Appraisal District, City of Longview Higher Education Council, Cherokee Water Company and Regions Bank. Stoudt received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Georgia State University.

Kelly Rowe of Lubbock is the Lubbock County Sheriff and has over 20 years of law enforcement service. He is a member of the American Jail Association, Sheriffs’ Association of Texas, National Sheriffs’ Association, Texas Corrections Association and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, he is a member and former president of the Texas Jail Association, board member of the Lubbock Emergency Communications District and a former member of the 2006 Commission on Jail Standards Committee to Study Jail Staffing Ratios. Currently he serves as Chairman of the Jail Advisory Committee, and was recently elected as Sergeant at Arms for The Sheriffs’ Association of Texas.

Dennis Wilson of Groesbeck is the Limestone County Sheriff and has over 40 years of law enforcement service. He is a life member of the Texas Jail Association and a life member and President of the Sheriffs’ Association of Texas. He is a member of the American Jail Association, National Sheriffs’ Association and the Texas District & County Attorneys Association. Additionally, he is a member and past president of the Groesbeck Lions Club, member and past master of the Groesbeck Masonic Lodge #354 and a board member of Centex Citizens Credit Union.
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 at 9:35am

On 10-04-2016 members of the Lubbock Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division, Lubbock Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team, Homeland Security Investigations, Drug Enforcement Administration, Texas Department of Public Safety Aviation Division and the Lubbock Police Department SWAT Team executed five narcotics search warrants at 9801 Knoxville Avenue, 3516 40th Street, 1922 69th Street, 2627 East Cornell Street and 1831 East 1st Place. These warrants were the result of an investigation into the Crips Street Gang distributing cocaine and cocaine base in Lubbock Texas.
Four suspects were taken into custody and are being detained on a federal hold in the Lubbock County Detention Center. They are identified as William Spence (27), Jasmine Spence (28), Dequan Willard (21) and Antonio Montgomery (21).
Emergency – 911
Non-emergency – 806.775.1600