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Our visitation and telephone service allows us to utilize in-cell kiosks for visitation as well as other inmate needs such as medical request, grievances, and access to a law library and much more.

Visitation may be scheduled at home a www.telmate.com or at the facility on the kiosk in the front lobby. Visitors must first create an account requiring basic information and a copy of your identification. Once a profile is created, you may schedule visits and/or place money on the inmate’s account. Visitation is offered 7 days per week between 8:00 AM and 10:30PM. Visits MUST be scheduled 6 hours prior to the desired visitation time.

Inmates must accept the requested visit and visitor’s scheduled date and times. Visitation is conducted in the secure visitation area or through a webcam home visit. Inmates do not have direct contact with visitors.

Inmates are permitted a minimum of two visits per week unless the inmate is classified as disciplinary segregated. Two thirty (30) minute visits are offered to the inmates free of charge. Additional visits are also offered through Telmate. Two (2) visitors are permitted to visit the inmate at the same time. Children are permitted to visit inmates if accompanied by an adult.

Attorneys, Clergy, Pastors, Media and medical personnel are permitted to visit with inmates at any time. This is not counted as a personal visitation.

All visitors that refuse to register, are intoxicated, or do not have identification will be denied visitation. Inmates will be granted visitation from any persons that the inmate wishes to visit with, unless:

  • The visitor is deemed a security threat to the facility
  • The visitor has a past history of disorderly conduct at the facility
  • The inmate refuses the visit.

Command Staff at the facility or any law enforcement officer or agency are permitted to listen to, or make audio and video recordings of inmate visits. Notice of this is posted in plain sight in the facility lobby. Visits from Attorneys, Clergy or medical personnel are not recorded.