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The initial court appearance is typically at 1 p.m. the following business day after arrest. It can take 2 to 3 hours for an inmate to be released.
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The jail holds people arrested or charged with any level of offense from a misdemeanor driving offense to a serious felony as well as people convicted of a crime and serving time on a sentence. Intoxicated persons who may be a danger to themselves or others are occasionally held in the jail temporarily until transportation to a detoxification center is available. The Sheriff's Office follows an inmate classification process to determine which housing unit would be the best place to house a particular inmate to best maintain the safety and security of the facility.
You can find a current list of people in our custody on our Inmate Roster and Public Safety Portal.
You must have the exact amount of money needed as officer's can not give out change. Credit cards can be used on a limited basis. Call the jail at 715-386-4752 for information.
You can find instructions on how to post bond for someone here on the Paying Bonds page.
You can find information on how contact an inmate on our Contacting and Visiting page.
If an inmate has left the St Croix County Jail and was either required to leave behind their personal belongings or did not get back all their property at release, the inmate must pick up the property themselves or designate someone else to pick up the property within 30 days of their release date. The designee must bring identification.
No items can be dropped off for inmates, except prescription medications, eyeglasses, or other medical equipment which must be approved by the jail nurse. The following items can be kept by inmates:
You can find information about fingerprinting services here.