Lyon County Jail Administrator
Brad Marks #147
Lyon County Jail Administrative Sergeant
Gabriel Figueroa #158
Lyon County Jail Program Sergeant
John Xion #176
Lyon County Jail Reception/Jail Records
Hillary Buysse #175
The Lyon County Jail is located at 611 West Main Street in Marshall, Minnesota 56258. You may call the Jail directly at (507) 929-6623. The Jail is connected to the Lyon County Law Enforcement Center and directly adjacent to the Lyon County Courthouse.
- For questions regarding the current jail operation please call Brad Marks at (507) 929-6647.
- For questions regarding work or school release programs please contact Sergeant Gabriel Figueroa at (507) 929-6645.
- For questions regarding medical/dental/mental health issues in relation to the Lyon County Jail contact Sergeant John Xiong at (507) 929-6640.
For questions regarding Jail Reception and Jail Records contact Officer Hillary Buysse at (507) 929-6622 during business hours.
The Lyon County Jail is responsible for interior Court Security and all transports (Adult Prisoner, Juvenile, and Civil).
About the Jail
The current Lyon County Jail was constructed and began full operations in 2010. The Jail operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. The designed maximum capacity for the facility is 87 beds. The Lyon County Jail operates in indirect podular style. This design promotes our operating philosophy, which is built on individual accountability and responsibility, where staff and inmates are encouraged to interact in a positive and constructive manner through the use of good interpersonal communication.
The Lyon County Jail provides for the safe, secure, and humane detention of offenders in Lyon County. To fulfill this responsibility the Lyon County Adult Detention Facility shall follow the standards established by the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Minnesota State Statutes, and the United States Constitution. We are committed to the embracing the following ideals:
All persons are held accountable for their behavior.
- Our staff is our greatest resource and we will provide training to accomplish a safe, secure and humane environment.
- The preservation of basic human rights and dignity of the public, staff, and inmates.
- An atmosphere that encourages positive behavior and the integration of responsible individuals who are returning to our community.
The Lyon County Jail is an integral part of the criminal justice system. We strive to cooperate with other agencies, promote mutual respect, and welcome community involvement. We are a credit to our profession and a source of pride to Lyon County.