There are two “jails” in Greene County which are run under the authority of the Greene County Sheriff’s Department. The Greene County Jail is a 130 bed, full-service facility built in 1969. You may hear this facility called the “old” jail or the “downtown” jail as it is located at 77 E. Market St., Xenia, Ohio, behind the Greene County Court of Common Pleas. You can call the Greene County Jail at 937-562-4842.
The second, newer facility is the Adult Detention Center located at 2295 Greenway Blvd., Xenia, Ohio 45385. The ADC (as it is known) is a 236 bed minimum/medium supervision facility opened in May 2000. Contact the Greene County Adult Detention Center at 937-562-5842. To learn how to find an inmate within the Greene County Jail or the Greene County Adult Detention Center visit the Greene County Sheriff’s Jail page here: www.co.greene.oh.us/sheriff/sh_jail.htm. Here you can also learn how to deposit money on an inmate’s account. You can email the jail division of the Greene County Sheriff’s office here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles M. Rowland represents the accused drunk driver in Greene County, Ohio which includes the cities of Beavercreek, Xenia, Fairborn and Bellbrook. If you find yourself in need of DUI (now called OVI) representation contact him at 937-318-1DUI
- Fairborn Municipal Court; contact information (daytondui.com)
- Books used to sneak drugs into county jail (dispatch.com)