119 South Oak Street
Sallisaw, OK 74955

For emergencies dial 911
For Non-emergency calls (918) 775-9155
Office: (918) 775-1214

Sequoyah County Jail


Sequoyah County Jail is a medium to maximum-security facility located at 119 South Oak Street. The jail houses houses both male and female inmates from Sequoyah County and the county's municipalities.

Jail Administrors
Chris Sheridan - Jail Administrator
Dana Stites - Asst. Jail Administrator
Jail: (918) 776-9028

Jail Visitation FAQs

How do I put money on an inmate’s books?
Money orders are not accepted. All money sent to an inmate can be safely and securely added through web deposits. Use your credit card or debit card from anywhere. If you would like to use cash or debit/credit card, you can use the Tiger kiosk in the lobby or online.

How does visitation work for inmates?

All visitation is done through City Tele Coin. Users must be 18 to create an account using either a smart phone, tablet or computer. A kiosk to use may be found in the visitation room to use for visits, or to create an account during regular office hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Visits must be scheduled and approved. All visits are recorded and monitored.

Can inmates receive mail?

Inmates can have mail. Mail cannot have color ink, be on card stock, contain pictures or be a greeting card. Any mail that contains these things are subject to be returned to sender.

Can inmates have personal items brought to them?

Inmates cannot have items brought to them from the outside, except pre-approved prescription medications.

If a inmate has money on their books will it go with them if released?

Money that is on an inmate's books at time of release is put on a debit card or a check is cut.

Can inmates have bibles?

Inmates have access to bibles. A group of approved ministers visits inmates on Tuesdays and Thursday. At that time the minister makes a list of inmates who needs bibles and will provide them one.

What does a inmate do if they are sick?

Inmates must put in a request to see the nurse. The inmate is the only person that can make a request.