SMITH COUNTY is a jail in Texas constructed in 1990. It has an average daily inmate population count of 958. The jail's stated inmate capacity is 300.
This represents an overcapacity of 220%.
The jail historically has encountered an average of -- staff assaults per year (estimated). It has about 140 full-time staff and 0 Part-time Staff per year.
The ethnic composition of staff at this jail is -- African-American, -- Caucasian, and -- Hispanic. There are on average -- male inmates and -- female inmates incarcerated at any given time. About
-- inmates participate in inmate educational programs, and -- are on work release.
The above statistics on SMITH COUNTY, Texas were taken from the latest Annual Survey of Jails conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Statistical information on this jail is intended for research purposes only. Insideprison.com is not responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of this data.