Visitation Rules & Regulations

Visitation Rules & Regulations


  • Visitors must comply with all rules of the facility in which the visit is conducted.
  • Upon incarceration, inmates will be permitted to complete and turn in a visitation list containing 2 to 8 individuals, depending on the classification status of the inmate.
  • All inmates are allowed two visitors per week.
  • Visitation time limits range from 15 to 40 minutes, again depending on the classification status of the inmate. Visitation lists may only be changed or otherwise updated, on the first day of every third month. (March 1, June 1, Sept. 1, and Dec. 1).
  • In order for an inmate’s child to visit, they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who must be on the inmate’s visitation list. Although they are not counted toward the total for the inmate’s visitation list, the inmate’s children must be included on the visitation list for verification and documentation purposes.
  • Visitors are required to identify themselves by picture ID. Those without proper identification will be denied admission.
  • Family and friend visitation is via video & phone and is non-contact.
  • Misconduct by a visitor(s) may result in that person being prohibited from visitation for a specified time which shall be at the discretion of the Superintendent.

Suggestions for Making Your Video Visit More Enjoyable


  • Before logging in to visit, check your webcam for good picture quality and make sure you are located in a well-lit area, but not where your camera is in direct sunlight.
  • Check your sound quality / audio level. Most webcams and operating systems allow for testing of your microphone on your system.
  • Speak normally. Some have a tendency to speak loudly or directly into the microphone and this causes distortion for the inmate. Avoid allowing persons sitting or standing behind to talk, as they often speak louder than necessary.
  • Avoid large movements during the call. Webcams are often sensitive to movement and do not offer a good picture during movement.
  • Check your Internet speed. Low bandwidths may cause lag time in transmission of your video feed. If unsure of your Internet speed, contact your Internet service provider to ensure your Internet speeds are capable of handling video conferencing.
  • Be logged into your account on time and ready to visit. If you are late for the visit, you will only be allowed the remainder of your scheduled time.