Clergy Visits

Effective November 9th, 2020, the Detention Services Division Public Lobby will be CLOSED to public visits until further notice.

The following public services will be unavailable during this closure:

Clergy Visits

  • Professional clergy are allowed non-contact, professional visits with their religious affiliate members who are in jail. These visits do not count against an inmate’s allotment of weekly personal visits.
  • Clergy visitation privileges are not extended to an inmate's family members.
  • All clergy are asked to call the chaplain’s office before visiting the facility to arrange approval of credentials from their ecclesiastical organization.
  • Clergy must provide a photo identification, such as a valid driver's license or state identification card, before making a professional visit.
  • Clergy are not allowed to have a contact visit or to directly give an inmate any item, including those of a religious nature.