The Harrison County Jail has 151 general population beds. Currently 19 beds are designated for inmate offenders who are placed on administrative segregationA separate housing unit inside a prison in which prisoners are confined to their cells at all times except for limited outdoor exercise, showers and specific needs such as a medical visit. Segregation is used to manage offenders who have violated prison rules. or protective custodyThe condition of being in the care of the police, Corrective Services or Juvenile Justice as opposed being at liberty in the community.. There are also 8 fixed beds in intake holding. There is one large cell for persons who are intoxicated or for overflow of intake holding cells. There is a padded cell for inmates who are a risk for suicide or which can also be used for an overflow holding cell. The jail also includes a cell in the medical room area for medical isolations. Of the 151 general population beds in the Harrison County Jail currently 26 of them are used by the female population.
The Harrison County Jail currently employs: 1 Jail Commander, 3 Lieutenants, 3 Sergeants, 3 Corporals, 20 Officers.