701 South Stone Road
El Dorado, Kansas 67042
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The Butler County Jail opened in 2003 and is operated by the Butler County Sheriff under the authority of the State of Kansas. The Butler Jail has beds for 230 male and female inmates, including state inmates of all custody levels who are probation violators, awaiting trial, sentencing, or transfer to the Kansas Department of Corrections or the Federal Bureau of Prisons system.
Butler County Jail
Butler County Jail is located in El Dorado, KS, a city with a population of 13,000 in Butler County. El Dorado is located approximately 25 miles northeast of Wichita, KS, and 30 miles southeast of Newton, KS, off of U.S. HWY 35.
Butler County Sheriff, 141 S. Gordy, El Dorado, KS 67042, (316) 322-4254
Butler County District Court, 201 W. Pine, El Dorado, KS 67042, (316) 322-4358
Butler County Jail Calls
Securus owns and operates the phones at the Butler Jail. The cost of a 15-minute Kansas in-state long distance inmate call using Securus is $11.12, with out-of-state calls costing $3.15, and local jail phone calls costing $5.86. For as low as a 75 Cent Pacific Telephone calling routing fee, and an additional $3.15 Securus connection fee, Pacific Telephone brings the cost of a 15 minute Long distance call from the Butler Jail down to $3.90 creating a savings $2.71 for in-state local calls, and $7.22 cents for in-state long distance calls.
Butler County Jail Visiting
Inmates housed at the Butler County Jail are allowed both in-person and video visitation options. Information regarding visiting dates, times, and rules can be found It is recommended to call Butler Jail visitation at (316) 320-7766 to confirm the visiting schedule before departing for your visit.
FCC County Detention Center Call Ruling
Pacific Telephone Company is not affiliated with Securus or the Butler County Jail but is able to legally, per a 2013 FCC ruling pursuant to FCC Docket Number DA 13-1990, provide call routing services that can cut the cost of inmate calls from the Butler Jail, as well as calls from any County Detention Centers and prison throughout the United States.