JAIL VISITATION RULES & REGULATIONS
The purpose of this directive is to allow and encourage members of an inmate's family and friends to maintain contact with the inmate. This is important to the inmate's morale and to help make the transition to incarceration and jail life more tolerable. Visits may also sustain family life and help make the family's readjustment easier. Each visit will be limited to 30 minutes per visit. Secondary visits may be allowed at the discretion of visitation personnel
To be eligible to visit, the inmate must include you on his approved visitors list. Up to 4 (four) people may be listed on this list. The inmate may only change their list once every 30 (thirty) days. If you are included on the visit list, you must bring with you a photo ID. Visitation is done by video therefore, some cells do experience wait times for visitation. The inmate's visitation days are determined by their cell assignment. It is necessary for you to know which cell the inmate is assigned to when you consult the visitation schedule for the inmate's selected day and time for visitation.
- Visitors must register and provide proper photo identification.
- All rules and regulations must be followed at all times.
- An adult must accompany all visitors under the age of 18.
- Children under the age of 13 are not required to be included on the visitation list. The total number of children allowed to visit at one time will be left up to the discretion of the visitation personnel.
- At all times, children are to be supervised by an adult. If children become disruptive, the visitor will be asked to leave. Minor children will not be left in the lobby or the visitation building without adult supervision. Failure to properly supervise your children may result in the termination of your visit.
- Visitors must conduct themselves in an orderly manner. Persons who are unruly, use obscene language, or are under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be asked to leave and the visit will be terminated. Future visits are subject to be permanently revoked.
- There will be no smoking or gum chewing in the visitation building. Any violation of this rule will result in the loss of visitation privileges. Violation may result in the visitor being denied future visits.
VISITORS DRESS CODE:
Visitors must be dressed appropriately. No swim suits, see through, or obscene clothing of any type. The visitation staff shall make a determination on whether attire is appropriate.
EXCEPTIONS TO VISITATION RULES:
- Attorneys are not restricted to the hours of visitation.
- Inmate Worker visits will not be authorized when the inmate worker is working.
- Please schedule your visit during the time the person you want to visit is not working.
- Inmates hospitalized in community facilities will be required to get special visitation approval from the Jail Administrator or their designee before being allowed visitors.