An inmate will be permitted, based on good behavior, one non-contact visit of up to one hour every two week. Visitation schedules will be posted and it is your responsibility to complete a visitation form and the inmates responsibility to mail those forms (only those on that list are eligible to visit) and inform visitors of your visitation time period. Inmates with worker status will receive one visit per week.
Any person obviously under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be permitted to visit. Visitation will not be allowed by anyone out of jail on bond, anyone who is a convicted felon on probation or parole, anyone who fails to meet the dress code as posted, or anyone who has behaved in an unacceptable manner on a previous visit. Unacceptable behavior on the part of any visitor or inmate can mean loss of visiting privileges. Any child 16 years old or below must be accompanied by an adult. Proof of age and relationship may be required. Remember...
VISITATION IS A PRIVILEGE
NOT A GUARANTEED RIGHT!
Each inmate is given the opportunity to make one telephone call at the time of his or her arrest. Any long distance calls must be made collect. At no time is an Officer to make calls for an inmate, except to ask a lawyer to visit. A telephone is installed in each jail area for personal, out-going calls daily. All inmate calls are recorded for security purposes.