The mission of the Racine County Sheriff's Office is the preservation of public safety, peace, and order. This shall be primarily performed through the prevention and detection of crime, the apprehension of offenders, the protection of persons and property, and the enforcement of the laws of the State of Wisconsin and the ordinances of the County of Racine. For these purposes, the deputy sheriffs are endowed with legal authority. In the exercise of this authority, justice and equity shall be the primary motive.
To bond someone out of jail in Racine County, you may pay a bail bond directly at the Racine County Jail.
Inmates are only allowed one 20 minute visit one day a week, depending on their location. Only inmates that are classified as minimum, Huber, Inmate Worker, and Community Worker will be allowed face to face non-contact visits. A maximum of four people can visit at a time, including infants and/or children.