Due to the covid-19 outbreak - all in-person jail visitation has been suspended until further notice.
While the Sheriff's Office recognizes this is a hardship on inmates and their loved ones, this is a necessary precaution to ensure the welfare of the inmate population as well as the staff working inside of the facility. The Sheriff's Office has worked with our telephone vendor and arranged for inmates to have two phone calls per week free of charge. The two calls will reset every Sunday. Additional calls or video chat is also available for a fee online at CIDNET.net. Video visitation can be done from any electronic device equipped with a webcam.
Inmate Visiting Hours
|Day||9 to 10:30 am||1 to 2:30 pm|
|Tuesday||General Population||Special Housing|
|Wednesday||Special Housing||General Population|
|Friday||Special Visits||No Visiting|
|Saturday||No Visiting||No Visiting|
|Sunday||Outside Work Crew||No Visiting|
Note: It is the inmate's responsibility to inform visitors of their classification. Corrections staff will not answer questions as to each inmate's visiting time or classification status.
There is a video visitation unit on the 3rd floor lobby of the Justice Building which is available for use Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, excluding holidays.
Visitors may use any computer equipped with a web camera from any location to conduct video visitation online at CIDNET.net.
Additionally, there is a smartphone application "CIDNET" which is available for Android devices. The use of this application will allow the user to use their cell phone to make video visitation to the facility. An application for Apple devices is currently in production.
There is no visiting on holidays which include:
- New Years Day
- Martin Luther King Day
- Presidents' Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Veterans Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
Additional Visitation Information
- Visitors must be at least 18 years of age and have picture ID.
- All visitors are subject to a check for outstanding warrants prior to visitation.
- Persons on parole or probation will not be allowed to visit any inmate.
- Visitors must be on the inmates visiting list before they will be allowed to visit.
- Each inmate is allowed to have only 3 approved visitors on their visiting list. If a visitor is not on this list, they will not be allowed to visit.
- Each inmate is allowed three visits per week.
- Each visit will be 10 minutes in length.
- Visitors may visit an inmate once per week.
- Persons that have disrupted the visiting process in the past, or information exist that would lead to the belief that the proposed visitor would create a disturbance or violate visiting rules, will be denied visiting privileges.
- A visitor may be denied visitation if the visit would not be in the best interest of justice, case prosecution, or the operation of the jail.
- Disrespect towards jail staff is cause to deny or terminate a visit.
- Visitors will be properly dressed in clothing which is not unduly suggestive and does not create a security hazard.
- Food or beverages are not allowed in the visiting area.
- Explosive devices, firearms, ammunition, knives, narcotics or material of any kind that may jeopardize the safety and security of the jail are not permitted in the visiting area.
- Visitors and inmates will promptly leave the visiting area once the visit has been terminated.
- At the discretion of the Watch Commander, visits can be cancelled for a number of reasons without prior notice.
- All mail must be sent through the U.S. Postal Service.
- Money: See Money Deposits (Commissary)