Clergy Visits

Effective June 1, 2020, the Detention Services Division Public Lobby will be open to public access with specific limitations.

  • All people entering the building must wear a face-covering and social distance and follow Public Health instructions on handwashing/sanitizer use
  • The lobby will be open between the hours of 0800-1800
  • Professional and personal visits will also be permitted with specific limitations
  • The lobby will be equipped with employee protection screens at the work station as well as hand sanitizer, masks, and signage for social distancing and hygiene protocols

Click here for a complete listing of protocols that will be implemented upon opening the lobby to the public.


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.