Any visitor eighteen (18) years of age or older must be on the inmate's visitation list and must present at least one valid picture identification at the time of the visit.
Valid picture identification (ID) shall be one of the following:
- Valid Driver's License
- Military ID
- Passport Pictured identification (ID) issued by either a state of federal government entity
An inmate may have up to three 30-minute visitation sessions per week provided his or her visitation privilege has not been revoked. A week is defined as Sunday to Saturday.
No more than two people from an inmate's list may visit at a time. Two persons visiting together will count as two visitation sessions.
Visitors may visit more than one inmate per day; however, the visitor must be on multiple inmates’ lists, have available visitation time and may only visit each inmate one time per day.
Visitors less than 18 years of age must be an immediate family member (brother, sister, son, daughter, step-son, step-daughter, grandson, granddaughter, etc.) of the inmate, must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is on the inmate’s visitation list. Only two children under 18 years of age will be allowed to visit with an inmate. Children must be watched and controlled at all times or the visit will be terminated. Two children visiting together with a parent or legal guardian will count as three visitation sessions.
Visitors must remove items from their person necessary to successfully pass through the metal detector. Visitors will not be permitted to take any type of weapon, tobacco products, flammable products, food, drink, candy, bag, purse, case, tote, package, jacket, hat, keys, stroller, pager, cellular phone, electronic devices, or other similar items into the visitation area. These items must be secured in a locker.
Visitation is a PRIVILEGE and may be refused or terminated due to the actions or behaviors of either the visitor or the inmate.
Proper attire is required at all times. Shoes and shirts must be worn at all times. If proper attire is not worn, your visitation privilege will be suspended.
Only one layer of clothing is allowed. Blouses or sweaters worn over tank tops or camisoles are NOT allowed. Sweaters worn over appropriate shirts will need to be removed before visiting. Females needing a bra are required to wear one, however clothing with proper support is permissible.
Inappropriate attire is defined as the following, but not limited to:
- Halter tops or swimwear (midriff shall be covered)
- Tube top, sleeveless dresses, tank tops or tops with spaghetti straps
- Revealing dresses, blouses, or tops (including see-thru garments)
- Spandex or extremely tight fitting jeans, pants or shorts
- Shorts or skirts that are cut higher than two inches above the knee
Also, items not allowed at any time:
- NO hoods, hats, do-rags or scarfs
- NO jackets or coats of any type