Inmates have the privilege of receiving a reasonable number of visitors and visitation from friends and relatives. Inmates are eligible for visitation after five days of incarceration. Visiting hours will be conducted according to the following schedule:
- Minimum 1 and Women's: Sunday, from 1 to 4 p.m.
- Minimum 2, 3, Maximum, and Work Release: Saturday, from 1 to 4 p.m.
- Minimum 1 and Women's: Thursday, from 6 to 9 p.m.
- Minimum 2, 3, Maximum, and Work Release: Tuesday 6 to 9 p.m.
For visitation to take place, there are some things you will need to know including:
- You may come to the Sheriff's Office no more than 20 minutes before visiting begins.
- You will be required to sign in and present your valid picture ID to the representative at the Sheriff's window.
- Any child younger than age 16 is required to have an adult accompany them into visiting. Anyone 16 years of age or older must have a valid picture ID and go through the sign-in procedure.
- No more than three visitors at a time in the visitation booth.
- Visits will be limited to ten minutes, but may be longer based on the discretion of the Jailer or if no other visitors are waiting to visit other inmates.
Visitation will be conducted in the visiting room, which separates inmate and visitors. Verbal communication is conducted by telephone intercoms. Visitation will be of the "no physical contact" type. At no time will visitors and inmates be allowed physical contact of any type or nature.
All visitors are subject to a pat or frisk search for weapons or contraband prior to visiting or being allowed in the Sheriff's Office. Searches are at the Jailer's discretion. Visitors possessing weapons or contraband may be detained or held by officers for the investigation of possession of such articles. Visitors possessing common pocket knives, sheath knives or any other article of this type, will have to dispose of the item prior to the visit by either taking the item to their vehicle or leaving it to a friend. Jail staff will not be responsible for the item(s).
All visitors will be escorted by corrections staff and at no time will they be allowed alone while in the controlled areas of the Sheriff's Office. Visitors will be secured in a locked visiting booth until the visit is completed. Visits will be limited to ten minutes. At the discretion of the Jailer, visits may last longer than minutes if no other visitors are waiting to visit other inmates.
Visitors who are unruly or loud, drunk, "high" or uncooperative, will not be allowed to visit inmates and may be ejected from the building if necessary. Visiting privileges may be revoked for any and all inmates if necessary for security or disciplinary actions.
No person will leave a young child or children unattended in the sheriff's office waiting area for any reason.
Video visitation is available during regular business hours and also during regular visitation hours. Visitors are asked to bring a picture ID (preferably a Driver's License) and sign in at the Lobby kiosk. Visitors are then asked to bring their ID to the Sheriff's Office window and present it to the attendant. Each video visitation is 20 minutes and is conducted through a video telephone with the inmate.