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Visitation Guidelines


General Visiting Practices

1. An Inmate may be limited to three visitors (ten years of age and older) at any one time if space permits. The length of the visit may be limited only by the facility schedule and space availability. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.

2. If a number of visitors wish to visit an inmate, the visitors may divide the time allotted for the visit and alternate once during the visit. However, after a visitor has been processed out of the visiting area, that visitor is not allowed to return into the visiting area for that day.

3. The inmate and visitor(s) are responsible for the conduct of infants and children and shall be required to monitor and exercise proper control of them during the visit. Nuisance created by infants, children and/or adults will be sufficient reason to suspend a visit.

4. Inmates shall not be denied visiting privileges with persons of their choice, except when the Shift Supervisor presents evidence that such visitation jeopardizes the safety and security of the facility or others, or except as otherwise provided herein.

5. No persons shall be denied permission to visit, solely because of their sex, marital status, status as an ex-offender (except former inmates), or because of the marital status of the inmate. Visitors listed on more than one inmate visiting list at any one facility may be denied if not a relative.

6. Individuals on Probation/Parole and with the permission of his/her Probation/Parole Officer may be allowed to visit after their application has been reviewed and approved by the Jail Administrator.

7. Visiting hours may be limited and may be altered due to holidays, over-crowding, adverse weather, security risks, construction, health hazards or as deemed necessary by the Jail Administrator. Visitors will be notified upon arrival if a limitation exists.

8. Visitors who must travel a long distance and may only be able to visit once a month or longer, may request an extended visit which shall be reviewed by the Jail Administrator and may be approved on a case-by-case basis.

9. Each inmate may have up to 12 approved visitors on their visiting list, regardless of relationship, provided that they have been reviewed and approved by the Jail Administrator/ Visitation Officer. The Jail Administrator may authorize an increase in the size of the list due to extenuating circumstances (e.g., the inmate's immediate family is larger than 12 people).

10. No visitor under the age of 18 shall be allowed to visit without first having been properly identified and accompanied by a responsible adult relative.

11. Restroom facilities shall be available during visits. Children that need assistance or for purposes of a diaper change, may enter with a visiting parent or guardian.

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