Visitation : Tarrant County Jail near Fort Worth TX

VISITATION RULES AND REGULATIONS

Lon Evans Inmate Visitation Area

You must possess a valid form of identification to visit a person in jail. Forms of accepted identification are valid government issued picture identification (ID) or an immigration card (work visa or resident alien card with DMV card).

Visiting hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The signing up of visitors shall begin 30 minutes prior to the start of visiting hours. Visitors will not be processed after 8:30 p.m. Visitation is the same for each location except for Cold Springs. Male visitation is even hours and female visitation is odd hours.

A visit may be denied to any visitor that acts in an inappropriate or unprofessional manner or if they fail to comply with any of the stated jail rules.

A visit may be denied if an inmate fails to comply with any of the stated jail rules.

Visitation may be denied to anyone that is wearing clothing that is inappropriate.

Each person will be limited to one visit per-day, per-inmate. A maximum of two adults will be allowed to visit at any one time. No more than three children, under the age of 16, may accompany each adult visitor (maximum of six children).

Each inmate may receive a maximum of two visits, not including attorney visits, per day unless approved by the rank of Captain or higher.

Visitors 18 years and older must present proper identification containing their photograph.

Visitors under the age of 18 years old may use school photo identification card.

All visitors shall be expected to act in an orderly manner. Persons accompanied by children under the age of 16 shall be responsible for the juvenile’s behavior.

Any visitor 15 years of age or younger must be accompanied by an adult (16 years old or above).

Physical searches may be conducted with probable cause.

Visitors shall not give any items directly to inmates.

A visitor that was released from custody from a Tarrant County Confinement Facility within the past six months shall be denied visitation.

Any questions regarding the above guidelines should be referred to the Confinement Bureau Supervisor on duty.