What are the visiting hours, and who is allowed to visit an inmate?
Prisoner visitation is on the following days and times:
  • Saturdays: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

  • Mondays: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

  • Wednesdays: 9:30am - 10:30am
  • Visitation is limited to the following:

  • Immediate family only (defined as mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter, spouse, grandparents)

  • No more than 2 visitors at a time

  • Visitors will be restricted to adults 17 years of age or older

  • An exception would be a juvenile who is accompanied by an adult, or if the juvenile is the legal spouse of the prisoner

  • Clergy (ministers) shall be permitted to visit at any time

  • Attorneys shall be permitted to visit any time

  • Who is not allowed to visit:
  • Friends of the inmate

  • Boyfriends

  • Girlfriends

  • Roommates

  • Common-law spouses

  • Valid U.S. government-issued ID must be presented in order to visit an inmate. No exceptions will be made. If your driver’s license or ID card is expired, you will not be allowed to visit an inmate. All visitors are subject to a computer check prior to being allowed into the visitation area.

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