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Lake County, Ohio - Sheriff's Office

Corrections Division

    Lake County Sheriffs Office - Corrections Division

    The Lake County Adult Detention Facility

    104 East Erie Street    Painesville, Ohio 44077

    Phone:  (440)350-5601
    Email:  [email protected]  
    Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lake-County-Sheriffs-Office/142302312469780
    Twitter:  @lakeohsheriff

    Lake County Jail System

    Year 2017 Average Daily Population 348

     

    2017 Annual Jail Review


    2017 Average Daily Population  Frequently Asked Questions
    Daily Population Statistical Breakdown Since 1993  Work Release Rules
    2017 Felony Misdemeanor Average Daily Population  Visitation Schedule
    Corrections Training & Certifications  Visiting Attire/Dress Requirements
    2017 Inmate Programming  PREA Policy
    2017 W.I.T.T.S.  Program   Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
    2017 Drug & Alcohol Treatment Report   Jail Medication Guidelines
    2017 Mental Health Report  2017 Annual Training Report
    2017 Medical Report
    2017 Generated Jail Revenue   Link to Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
    2017 Jail Population Statistics  

    Corrections Supervision

    Captain Cynthia Brooks is the Jail Administrator of the Adult Detention Facility.  She has served at the Lake County Sheriff's Office since 1984, serving 4 years as a Corrections Sergeant, and 20 years as a Corrections Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain, and serving as the Jail Administrator, she is responsible for over-seeing the operations of the 400 bed jail facility.  Captain Brooks has her Associates of Applied Science degree in the field of Criminal Justice, and is a graduate of Cleveland Heights Police Academy.  In 2007 she was a certified as a Jail Manager by the American Jail Association.  A 2006 graduate of the Police Executive Leadership college (PELC). Capt. Brooks has had extensive training in the field of Corrections through the National Institute of Corrections on jail management, team building, working with women offenders and their families.  As well she has instructed at the Corrections Academy on issues of jail management, diversity, and numerous aspects of operations.  She is recognized nationally for her development of the W.I.T.T.S. program (Women in Transition Through Support).  She serves on the Lake County Community Corrections Board, the Lake County Metropolitan Housing Board, and as chairman of WITTS. Captain Brooks is a 2015 graduate from the Ohio Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program (CLEE) class of XIX. In addition to graduating from CLEE she received the Chief Michael Kallai award for excellence as the leader in academics and community service.


    Corrections Command Staff

     
    Lt. Eric Vanjo
    Shift Commander  

     


    Lt. Nicholas Iliano
    Shift Commander


    Lt. Michele Prather
    Shift Commander


    Lt. Mark Soeder
    Maintenance Supervisor/
    Pay-For-Stay Program

     


    Inmate Programming Offered:

    • GED /  Library    
    • Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation 70% of the Inmates completing the Program do not return within the 1st year of release
    • Religious Services
    • Mental Health Counseling 
    • Bible Study
    • Inmate Phones  ( http://www.gtl.net/ ) 
    • Religious Services of all faiths
    • Family Development
    • Physical Development
    • Community Service
    • Work Release
    • AA & NA Meetings
    • W.I.T.T.S

    Medical Services

    The jail's medical program (mandated by State Law) includes care by a doctor, nurses, dentist, mental health counselor, and psychiatrist.   

    Food Services

    The jail kitchen staff prepare all inmate meals  in-house.  The cooks prepare over 1,200 meals per day.  All meals are prepared based on a menu approved by the State Dietician.

    Inmate Workers

    Inmate Workers (Trustees) do all of the cleaning in the facility, all laundry, clean in the kitchen area, paint , and wash all vehicles






    Funds Returned to Lake County General Fund

    • Since 1993, over $35.9 Million in revenue has been returned to the General Fund by billing inmates for their stay.
    • Since 1993, over $5.5 Million has been returned to the General Fund from Inmate Phone System commissions.