Columbia Jails & Prisons

See Columbia MS Jails & Prisons and search free public jail and prison records. Jails and prisons are correctional institutions which hold individuals who have been arrested, convicted of a misdemeanor, sentenced to prison, or incarcerated for a felony.


Marion County Jail 219 Broad Street Columbia MS 39429 601-736-5051


Marion-Walthall County Correctional Facility 503 South Main Street Columbia MS 39429 601-736-3621

Walthall County Jail 807 Magnolia Avenue Tylertown MS 39667 21.0 miles from Columbia 601-876-3481

Jefferson Davis County Jail 2330 Columbia Avenue Prentiss MS 39474 23.9 miles from Columbia 601-792-5169

Lamar County JSCWP PO Box 352 Purvis MS 39475 26.1 miles from Columbia 601-794-1005

Lamar County Jail PO Box 352 Purvis MS 39475 26.1 miles from Columbia 601-794-1088

Lawrence County JSCWP PO Box 155 Monticello MS 39654 26.8 miles from Columbia 601-587-2961

Lawrence County Jail PO Box 816 Monticello MS 39654 26.8 miles from Columbia 601-587-2961

Forrest County Jail PO Box 747 Hattiesburg MS 39403 30.2 miles from Columbia 601-544-9770

Covington County Jail 203 North First Street Collins MS 39428 31.2 miles from Columbia 601-765-4216

Forrest County CWC 112 Alcorn Avenue Hattiesburg MS 39401 32.3 miles from Columbia 601-544-5030

Pearl River County Jail PO Box 273 Poplarville MS 39470 33.7 miles from Columbia 601-403-2300

Washington Parish Jail 1002 Main Street Franklinton LA 70438 34.6 miles from Columbia 985-839-3434

Pike County Juvenile Detention 100 5th Avenue McComb MS 39648 37.0 miles from Columbia 601-249-0909

Pike County CWC 2015 Jesse Hall Ind Park Road McComb MS 39648 37.6 miles from Columbia 601-783-5514

Pike County Jail 2109 Jesse Hall Ind Park Road McComb MS 39648 38.1 miles from Columbia 601-783-2323

Simpson County CWC 714 Wood Road Southeast Magee MS 39111 42.4 miles from Columbia 601-849-3281

Lincoln County Jail 215 Justice Street Brookhaven MS 39601 42.5 miles from Columbia 601-833-5231

About Jails and Prisons

Jails and prisons house people who are awaiting trial and inmates who have been convicted of a crime. These facilities are divided into county jails, state prisons, and federal prisons.

Jails and prisons maintain records on every person who is currently or was formerly incarcerated at their facility. These records are open to the public and are often available through online databases.