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Inmate Visiting Hours and Regulations

Visitations Hours

Monday

Morning = 08:00 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon = 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Tuesday

Morning = 08:00 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon = 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Wednesday

Morning = 08:00 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon = 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Thursday

Morning = 08:00 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon = 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Friday

Morning = 08:00 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon = 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm

No visitation dates

Observe New Years Day Wed. Jan 1

Martin Luther King, Jr. Mon. Jan. 20

Observe Lincoln Day Wed. Feb 12

Presidents Day Mon. Feb. 17

Truman Day Thur. May 8

Memorial Day Mon. May 26

Independence Day Fri. July 4

Labor Day Mon. Sept. 1

Columbus Day Mon. Oct. 13

Observe Veterans Day Tue. Nov. 11

Thanksgiving Day Thur. Nov. 27

Day After Thanksgiving Fri. Nov. 28

Christmas Thur. Dec. 25

Day After Christmas Fri. Dec. 26

Rules and Regulations

Effective May 1st, 2014, the rules and regulations for visitation has changed. Please review these procedures to prevent any confusion or delay when attempting to visit a subject in custody at our facility.

  • The visitation schedule is from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM hours Monday through Friday excluding holidays.
    • Visitation will end promptly at 4:00 PM.
    • The schedule may change at any time.
  • Only one visitor will be allowed to visit one inmate at a time.
  • Visitation will be denied if the visitor has a warrant for his or her arrest or is on probation or parole.
  • The visitor's name and relation must be on a list provided by the inmate, not to exceed five names. The visitation list provided by the inmate will be set for a minimum of one month before any names may be added or deleted.
  • A visitor may visit an inmate only two times per week.
  • Visits will not exceed 30 minutes.
  • No one under the age of 17 will be allowed in the visitation area:
    • All children under 17 will be left in the visitation waiting area;
      • All children MUST have adult supervision at all times.
    • Visitors with young children must maintain control of said children so as not to disturb other visitors in the waiting area. Anyone who fails to do so may be asked to leave.
  • Food, drink and tobacco products are prohibited in the visitation area.
  • Visitors will be required to provide identification when requesting a visit. Acceptable forms of ID are:
    • State Issued Driver's License;
    • State Issued Picture ID card;
    • Military ID; or
    • United States Passport and/or any Work Visa
  • Visitation shall be limited by staffing, space availability, and may be adjusted as specific needs arise.
  • Visits with inmates are a privilege and may be taken away for any reason at any time. The administration may stop or deny a visit to an inmate if the visit might endanger the saftey or security of the Facility.
  • A visitor's misconduct is grounds for permanent suspension of that visitor's privilege to visit. Misconduct may include:
    • Passing information between blocks;
    • Visiting inmates other than the inmate stated;
    • Harassing an inmate;
    • Passing information via the visitation screen.
  • Visitors may face charges for disruptive conduct.
  • Each inmate is responsible to notify visitors of the correct visitation schedule and visitation rules.
  • Attorneys may visit inmates at reasonable times.
  • Clergy may visit as scheduled through jail administration, however if clergy does visit through video visitation, their name must be on the list of five visitors provided by the inmate.
  • There will be no visits at meal times (between approximately at 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM), during headcounts, or lockdowns.
  • Inmates have the responsibility to conduct themselves properly during visits.
  • Inmates will not use or attempt to use their visitors or the visitation screens to communicate with inmates in other cell blocks.
  • Visitors must meet the required dress code posted in the visitation area.
    • Shirt and shoes are required
    • No bare midriff
    • No low-cut or revealing necklines
    • No miniskirts or similar attire
  • For security reasons, visitation will not be allowed for the following;
    • Inmates housed in the booking area.
    • Inmates that are currently on a suicide/medical watch.
    • Inmates being held on an ICE hold.
    • Inmates held at our facility on a Writ.
    • Inmates that are currently on Lockdown.
    • Inmates housed on a court ordered shock-time of less then 5 days.
    • Inmates that are pending the issuance of a warrant / investigative hold.

Violation of these regulations or the disregarding of orders by the staff may result in the loss of visiting privileges.

 

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