205 N. Burford
Watonga, OK 73772

For emergencies dial 911
Office: (580) 623-5111

Blaine County Jail Visitor Information

Blaine County Jail is a medium to maximum security facility. All of the men and women being held in the Blaine County Jail are either awaiting trial or have been sentenced in the Blaine County Court System and been sentenced to one year or less. The Blaine County Jail also houses inmates arrested by this county’s municipal police departments.

Blaine County Jail

212 North Weigle Ave.
Watonga, OK 73772

Administrator: Beth Massey

Jail: (580) 623-9965
Fax: (580) 623-7221

Blaine County Jail Services

Inmate Calling Services

Inmate Phone Calls are managed through CityTeleCoin.com which allows inmates to call friends and loved ones.

To register for a direct pay account (prepaid) please call 318-746-1114 or visit online at CityTelecoin website.

Inmate Mail Policy

Mail correspondence of a general nature will be opened and inspected by staff members for contraband and randomly read for information that may constitute a threat to the safety or security of the facility. An inmate will be notified of any censorship or seizure of mail correspondence citing specific reason(s) for such action. Incoming mail may be returned to sender, held in your personal property, or turned over to the District Attorney for criminal prosecution if:

When sending an inmate mail include the inmate's name and jail address.
Inmate's First and Last Name
205 North Burford Avenue
Watonga, OK 73772

Photographs must be received and retained by inmates under the following rules

All outgoing mail must have a return address of the Blaine County Jail which states the name if the inmate who is sending the mail.

Privileged mail correspondence with legal counsel, the courts, government agencies and elected officials will be sealed by the inmate (out-going) and opened only in the inmate’s presence and inspected for contraband (incoming). Privileged mail correspondence will not be read or censored by staff members.

Writing supplies are available from the commissary. Supplies will be furnished free of charge to any inmate upon request if the inmate is declared indigent and will be issued every Friday. (Note: To be considered “indigent” your personal inmate account must show a balance of less than $15.00 for a period of thirty days prior to requesting postage and supplies.)

Receiving packages and other acceptable items is done during the inmate’s normal mail distribution hours by an Inmate Relations Officer. Accepted packages may contain soft covered books from a publisher or bookstore. All packages will be thoroughly inspected for contraband and any attempts to receive or cause to have delivered any contraband items will result in the banding of the person delivering the contraband and possible criminal prosecution of all parties involved.

We will not accept any items in the mail that may be purchased from commissary. Your family may purchase stamps, paper, and envelopes through Tiger commissary and will be delivered with routine commissary deliveries. Any mail received that attempts to deliver these items will be returned to sender. It is your responsibility to advise your family and friends of this.

Mail Periodicals

Periodicals are not normally permitted for receipt by inmates due to the uncertainty of the amount of time you may be at our facility. Periodicals cannot be forwarded by this agency to a different location. If an inmate wishes to receive a periodical, he or she must submit an Inmate Request Form stating which periodical the inmate wishes to receive and obtain approval prior to order being placed.

Subscriptions must be paid for by the inmate’s family or friends.

Since each issue of a periodical must be reviewed and all staples must be removed prior to being given to an inmate, the processing time for periodicals my be extended.

Mail Publications

Soft covered books may be purchased and sent direct from a publisher or bookstore. A limit of three (3) books, including puzzle books (purchased from our inmate commissary), may be in an inmate’s possession at one time. Should more books be received, they will be placed with the inmate’s property and may be swapped out.

All publications received will be opened and inspected for contraband to ensure the safe and secure operation of the facility.