Inmate Visitation Information:
Visitation Days and Times:
Monday – Male Black & White (A5 & B8) from 7pm to 9pm
Tuesday – Male A pod Green (A3, A6, A8, Receiving General Population) from 7pm to 9pm
Wednesday – Male Protective Custody (Throughout Jail) from 7pm to 9pm
Thursday – Male Orange (B6 & A7) from 7pm to 9pm
Friday – None
Saturday – Male B pod Green (B1, B3, B4, B5, B7) from 1pm to 3pm
Sunday – Male Inmate Workers (B2) from 2pm to 4pm
Females (A1, A2, A4) from 7pm to 9pm
Female Inmates listed on protective custody will be given a specific time once general population visits are concluded which is after 9pm on Sunday’s and according to their allotted time.
- Inmates have to be incarcerated in the Wayne County Jail for at least Seventeen (17) days before they will receive their first visitation. If an inmate is released from the jail (examples are: O.R., Medical O.R., Time Served, Court Order Return, Bond, etc.) and returns to the jail, the inmate must complete the mandatory seventeen (17) day waiting period to receive a visit. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Inmates shall wear jail issued Identification Armband. Any inmate found to be without an armband will be denied visitation.
- Inmates must be notified at least 5 days prior to visitation for a visit to be taken.
- If an Inmate violates a jail rule, appropriate disciplinary actions shall be taken which could result in an inmate losing visitation privileges.
- Each visitation is to run for 15 minutes, except for Inmate Workers and their specific visits will last 30 minutes.
- Each visit even if it is not the full 15 or 30 minutes is counted as a visit.
- No more than 4 visitors per inmate, this includes every individual no matter if they are a child or an adult.
- No individual can visit more than one inmate per visitation period.
- All visitors that are the age of 18 or above are required to give a picture I.D. in the form of a driver’s license or state identification card. If the individual does not have the proper I.D. they will be asked to leave the facility until the proper I.D. can be obtained.
- All individuals whom are 17 years old or younger will need to be signed in with their first name, last name, and date of birth. Guardianship papers will be required if there is a reason to question the legitimacy of the relationship. Also, the legal guardian is responsible for and must constantly supervise a minor who is visiting an inmate. The guardian may not leave the minor alone or allow the minor to roam around. If this becomes an issue, the individuals will be banned from visitation for a specific amount of time to be determined by the Visitation Coordinator, Jail Commander, and/or the Sheriff.
- Visitors must comply with all of the jail visitation rules. Jail personnel shall end or deny a visit for that day if the visitor violates a rule.
- Visitors caught “trafficking” shall have visitation privileges revoked and risk prosecution.
- Any cell phones or electronic devices that are caught out during visitation will cause the individual(s) to be banned from visitation for a specific amount of time, to be determined by the Visitation Coordinator, Jail Commander, and/or the Sheriff
- There is a dress code for individuals attending visitation and it is as follows:
- Visitors indentified as wearing any type of gang clothing shall be denied visitation.
- Visitors may not wear any low-cut, revealing, or provocative clothing. Visitors shorts, skirts, and/or dresses must be at least mid thigh in length. If the officer discretion is that the clothing is one of these, the person will be required to change that specific clothing piece or they will not be allowed visitation until they obtain proper clothing.
- Footwear is required.
- All visitors are subject to search. Visitors are not permitted to bring in:
- Food and/or Drinks;
- Baby Car seats and/or strollers;
- Bags of any kind;
- Cell phones or pagers;
- Or other unacceptable articles.
- Visitation can be denied or revoked if:
- Any visitor who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Jail personnel shall assume “influence” if they smell alcohol on a person;
- The visitor is a known victim in the case for which the inmate to be visited is incarcerated;
- A “no contact, restraining, or protective order” exists between the two parties;
- The visitor is a known victim of any incident of domestic violence involving the inmate within the last six (6) months;
- The visitor behaves in a way that threatens the safety, security, and good order of the jail;
- Fails to abide by the dress standard requirements;
- Fails to present proper identification (Identification with Date of Birth);
- Does not end the visit within the set time;
- Fails to supervise a minor in a visit;
- Damages, marks, tampers with, or soils a visiting area.
The Visiting Coordinator, Jail Commander, and/or the Sheriff may ban individuals for not following any of the rules listed above.