Inmate Visitation

Inmates are allowed to have visits. Visits may be canceled for holidays, and may be limited when necessary for safety and security.

Visitation Schedule

  • Visitation will be conducted by appointment only. Appointments are arranged by the inmate.
  • Visitation is held on Saturday and Sundays only.
  • Inmates with last names starting with A-K are allowed visitation on Saturdays.
  • Inmates with last names starting with L-Z are allowed visitation on Sundays.
  • Once an inmate has scheduled a visition, vistors may call 334-864-4336 to determine the time of the visitation.
  • Visitors who are more than ten (10) minutes late for their appointment will forfeit their visit.

Visitation Rules

  • Visitation will be by approved visitor list only.  The inmate shall select no more than 4 persons to be placed on his/her list.  These will be the only persons allowed to visit unless special permission is granted by the Administrator.
  • Visitation list changes may be made after 30 days.
  • The Detention Facility staff can make record checks on all visitors.
  • Visitors must sign a visitor’s log.
  • Only one visitor in visitation is allowed per inmate at any time. Inmates receive ONLY thirty minutes of visitation regardless of the number of visitors they have.
  • Inmate children under the age of 14 will not count against the inmate visitation rights but must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Visitors personal property, such as coats, purses, and briefcases, are not allowed in the visiting area and are subject to search and seizure.  This also applies to professional visitors. Visitors may not give anything directly to any inmate.
  • Correction staff will do what is needed to make sure no contraband is passed between visitors and inmates.  If necessary, all people involved in the visit will be searched.  If we find a visitor has contraband, the visit will not be allowed, and criminal charges may be filed against the person or persons trying to pass the contraband.
  • All visitors age 15 or older must show photo identification.
  • If children 14 years of age and younger are left unattended or if they exhibit uncontrollable behavior, they, along with the adult visitor will be asked to leave the Facility.
  • The following persons will be denied permission to visit an inmate in the Facility.
    (a) Any person awaiting trial in any jurisdiction
    (b) Any person on a pass from a correctional institution or jail
  • Violation of visitation procedures or violation of any other Detention Facility rule or regulation may result in an inmate’s loss of visiting privileges.

Attorney and Clergy Visits

  • All inmates may be permitted to visit with their attorneys at any reasonable time, privately and without supervision as long as staff and space is available.
  • All inmates may be permitted to visit with their clergymen, Monday through Friday between the hours 8:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M., 2:30 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M. and 9.00 P.M., privately and without supervision.
  • Any attorney, clergyman, or other person requesting to see any inmate may be requested to produce appropriate identification and/or submit to a reasonable search of his or her person and property before being allowed entry. Refusal to submit may constitute grounds for denial of admission to this Facility. Umbrellas, handbags, briefcases, cell phones, weapons, alcohol, drugs, tobacco products, matches, lighters, money and other contraband are prohibited from being carried into the secure areas of the Facility.

Safety / Security

For safety and/or security reasons, a Detention Facility Supervisor may deny a requested visit if any of the following circumstances is documented.
  • The visitor is disruptive or dangerous at the time he/she requests to visit an inmate
  • The visitor has a recent history of disruptive behavior at the Facility
  • The visitor is, or is believed to be, under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • The visitor refuses to show proper identification
  • The inmate refuses to the see the visitor
  • Visitation privileges are temporarily suspended by the Director of Detention for violation of visitation policy and procedures or for emergency reasons