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The Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail was opened in April of 1998, created, established and managed by the Judges, Sheriffs, and Commissioners serving Athens, Hocking, Morgan, Perry, and Vinton Counties.
The Regional Jail facility is established in accordance with applicable statutes and regulations with the goal of ensuring public safety by providing professionally managed detention services to confined offenders, pursuant to judgments of the courts. With available resources, the jail offers the widest practical range of detention options, including community programs and other similar sanctions to best serve the needs of society and individual offenders, enhancing offenders' ability to return to the community and live in a law-abiding manner.
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