INMATE/VISITOR RESPONSIBILITIES WHILE IN VISITATION
Any misconduct of the visitor or inmate will result in termination of the visit and possibly loss of future visitation privileges.
- Inmates will submit to a pat down search prior to and following visitation.
- Inmates will not take any personal property to visitations. Inmates visiting attorney may take legal paperwork pertaining to their case.
- Inmates will be fully clothed in the detention uniform while in visitation.
- Inmates will visit with his or her designated visitors only and may not visit other visitors.
- At the conclusion of his or her visit, inmates shall remain seated until otherwise instructed by the Officer.
- Inmates shall conduct themselves in an orderly and respectful manner at all times.
- Visitation can be terminated at any time at the discretion of the supervisor on duty.
- Visitors must present a picture ID if 16 years of age or older.
- Visitors must sign up in the lobby prior to visiting.
- Communications will be kept to a minimal level.
- Visitors will wear appropriate clothing. Visitors wearing revealing clothing will be refused.
- No cell phones, photographs or tape recordings will be allowed.
- The visitor will conduct themselves in an orderly manner.
- Visitors not complying with the visitation rules can be restricted from future visitation and cause the inmate to lose visitation privileges.
- No person or persons can enter the visitation booth without prior authorization (sign-up).
Attorneys wishing to visit a client will be required to sign the visitor log in the main lobby prior to the visitation. Attorneys will be allowed to visit clients at any time of the day or night.
Note: Attorney visits will be non-contact visits unless special arrangements are made.
Clergy wishing to visit an inmate will be required to sign the visitor log in the main lobby prior to the visitation. Clergy will be allowed to visit inmates at any time of the day or night. Clergy visits are limited to fifteen minutes.
Note: Clergy visits will be non-contact visits unless special arrangements are made.