Visitation:

All visitation will be conducted on Saturdays and Sundays. These times are based on first come, first serve. Inmates are allowed to get a 30 minute visit, one time per week. Any inmate that has a person on their visitation list who is out of state, will get a 45 minute visit one time a week. Visitors must bring a photo I.D. such as a driver’s license to verify their identity and state of residency. If the visitor does not have proper identification, their visit will be denied and logged.

 

Inmates will fill out a visitation form when they are initially booked in. The inmate will be able to put down three people over the age of 18 and one clergy. Inmates do not have to put down children on their visitation list under the age of 18. Children must be accompanied by an adult on the list. Only one person in the visitation room at a time (does not apply to children). If an inmate is seen by the jail staff having more than one adult in the visitation room, their visit will be stopped. The visitor will be able to try and see the inmate again the following visitation time. If this happens again, the visitor(s) involved will be banned from seeing the inmate. Inmates may change their visitation list every 180 days. DO NOT ASK TO CHANGE YOUR LIST BEFORE THE 180 DAYS. Persons entering the jail are subject to be searched. Inmates may not sell or trade visits. Workforce inmates outside during visitation are forbidden to speak to anyone that are visiting inmates.

 

Saturday Visitation Times

Female

07:30 am – 11:00 am

Male

12:30 pm – 04:00 pm

 

 

Sunday Visitation Times

Male

07:30 am – 11:00 am

 

Male

12:30 pm – 04:00 pm

 

No Female visits on Sunday

 

 

Professional Visits: Attorney/Clergy Visits/Bondsmen: (0730 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.)

Attorneys as well as Clergy will be allowed to see any inmate between the hours of 7:30 am to 11:00 pm, except when the entire jail is on lockdown for lunch, shift change, etc. Bondsmen may be able to see inmates that they may bond out at any time if the inmate is willing and shift supervisor is able to do. No attorney, bondsman, or clergy visit will be denied unless the jail staff can justify an issue in which safety and security is jeopardized. All visits will be conducted in the visitation room and/or Attorney visitation room of the jail. There will be no contact visits. Attorneys/Clergy/Bondsmen wishing to see their client physically will have to ask permission form the Chief Jailor and/or their designee. Attorneys and Clergies must show a form of picture identification and proof of their status (bar card, clergy card, etc.).

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