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Visiting
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The following visit regulations must be observed:

  • Nothing is to be brought into the facility except ID and car keys.  One blanket, one diaper, and one bottle can be brought in for a baby.  The following items are specifically prohibited: purses or bags; cameras, cell phones, and other wireless communication devices; food or beverages; pets; firearms, knives, or other weapons; drugs or alcohol; and cigarettes.  If a visitor is found to have a cell phone in their possession, the visit will be immediately terminated and they will be banned from visiting for ninety (90) days.  A second violation may result in criminal prosecution (Penal Code §4575) and permanent expulsion.
  • No sitting on the visiting table
  • No undressing or exposing body parts  
  • No visiting with other inmates
  • No loud talking or any disruptive behavior
  • Hang up the phone and exit the visiting area when notified
  • Abide by the visitor dress code (see below)

Visitors who do not follow the visiting rules or who are rude, disruptive or disrespectful to staff may be subject to having their visit denied, terminated, or have their name permanently removed from an inmate's visiting list.  Any visitor under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to visit and will be subject to arrest.

Jail Questions

How do I get information about someone who was arrested?

To see if someone is in custody, check the Inmate Information Center, or you may call 1-888-373-7011.

Can I order packaged goods online for an inmate?

Yes -- MyCarePack.com gives you the opportunity to show friends and loved ones you're thinking of them while they're incarcerated.