Jail video visits

To protect everyone's safety during COVID-19, the Sheriff's Office has suspended in-person jail visits until further notice. We are offering video visits, which are scheduled internally on a rotating basis, with the justice-involved person.

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Video visit rules

All incarcerated persons and visitors must know video visit rules before the visit begins. If you do not follow the rules, your video visit will end and future video visits may be denied. 

 

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Video visitors should connect to the website five minutes before the scheduled video visit to check in and make sure Internet Wi-Fi is connected.

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All video visitors must be 18 years old or older, with an exception for minors who have registered for visits with a parent or guardian.

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Visitors under 18 years must be registered as a minor visitor under an adult visitor’s confirmed video visit. The adult must be present with the registered minor for the visit.

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You must wear appropriate, non-revealing clothes.

Forbidden.

Video visitors wearing sexually provocative clothing that reveals genitalia, buttocks or breasts will lead to the video visit being ended immediately.  

Forbidden.

Anyone wearing gang-related clothing or displaying signs, graffiti or accessories during the visit will result in the video visit being cancelled. 
 

Forbidden.

The justice-involved person and video visitors cannot share their video visit code or password. No other person should log on or attempt to log on to your scheduled visit unless authorized to do so.

Forbidden.

An incarcerated person cannot have a video visit with someone who has a restraining order or other court order against them.

Forbidden.

No yelling, cursing, or threats may be made during the visit.

Forbidden.

Video visitors may not use alcohol, marijuana or any drugs or illegal substance during the visit.

Forbidden.

Video visitors cannot take photographs during the visit.

Forbidden.

No illegal activity may be conducted during a video visit. If criminal laws are broken, charges may be filed.

Forbidden.

Video visitors doing the following can be banned permanently:

  • Disturb or disrupt the visiting process.
  • Be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Communicate about criminal activities with the incarcerated person.
  • Discuss or perform sexual acts during a video visit.

There is no expectation of privacy during jail video visits. All video visits are subject monitoring and recording.