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Visits are subject to recording and surveillance.

  1. All visitors will present proper photo identification before being authorized to visit. Proper photo identification is a US Government identification card. This can be a State issued driver’s license, I.D., or an appropriately documented Passport.
  2. All visitors must be 18 years of age or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with documentation proving such guardianship.
  3. An Inmate will be allowed TWO people per visitation time. A child 5 yrs or younger will be considered a lap child and will not count as one visitor. However, only one lap child will be permitted per visitation. Any remaining children regardless of age will count as one of the two visitors. Children cannot be left un-attended.
    • Example 1: Parent with a 7 year old and 4 year old - ALL VISIT.
    • Example 2: Parent with a 7 year old and a 6 year old - VISIT DENIED.
  4. The splitting of a visitation is not allowed. However, the two visitors do not have to arrive at the same time.
    • Example 1: One person arrives. The Visitor goes up to visit. Later in the visit another visitor arrives. The second visitor would be allowed to visit.
    • Example 2: If there are two visitors already visiting and one leaves another visitor would not be allowed to visit.
  5. All visitors will secure packages, purses, bags, cell phones, etc. in the lockers provided.
  6. All visitors will be required to pass through a metal detector.
  7. Food, drink and smoking are prohibited in the visitation area.
  8. After the visit, all visitors will: return to the lobby, return their pass, and obtain their identification.
  9. All visitors who leave property in a locker must retrieve the property prior to leaving the detention center.
  10. A visit may be denied, suspended or terminated if:
    • The visitor is under the influence of alcohol or drugs
    • There is insufficient space available at the time of the visit
    • The visitor refuses to submit to a search
    • The visitor does not have proper identification
    • The visitor fails to prevent children from disturbing others
    • The visitor intentionally damages county property
    • The visitor violates posted Detention Center rules
  11. Absolutely no materials will be given to the inmates unless authorized by a shift sergeant in writing prior to visitation

Trafficking contraband into a penal institution is a level 6 non-person felony

Last updated: 2/27/2012 9:32:26 AM