1. PERSONAL VISITATION
Personal visitation is conducted on a schedule determined by the Sheriff and Jail Captain. The
allotted times for each block will be posted in each block.
The rules for visitation are as follows:
A. Visits are 30 minutes per inmate (2 visitors per inmate, OR 1 adult with two minor
B. All visitors’ coats, purses, keys, tobacco products, etc. are to be left outside the
C. If the officer suspects contraband is being brought into the jail, he / she can give
the visitor the option of being searched or not visiting. NOTE: No person shall
knowingly deliver or attempt to deliver, have in his / her possession,
deposit or conceal in the premises of the Stone County Jail:
1. Any controlled substance;
2. Any contraband or article or item of personal property which an
inmate is prohibited by law or the Stone County Jail Rules from
receiving or possessing, including but not limited to any tobacco
3. Any gun, knife, weapon or other article of personal property that
could endanger the safety of inmates, employees, or jail institution
4. Any other item, article, or substance prohibited by section 221.111,
Revised Statues of Missouri and Stone County Jail Rules.
D. Anyone involved in a case in which the inmate is being charged may be barred
E. No person(s) known to be on probation / parole or awaiting trial on criminal
charges may visit.
F. No person(s) that have been processed out of the jail within the last six months
G. The time of visits is at the discretion of the officer conducting visitation in
accordance with jail population and the number of visitors.
H. Any persons coming to the jail for visitation will only be allowed one visit. Visiting
multiple inmates is not permitted.
I. Any irregularities, improper conduct, or attempts to breach security will
automatically cease that particular visit.
J. Visitation can be canceled at any time due to emergencies in or out of the jail or if
there is a security problem.
K. Adult visitors must produce an approved identification card. Approved
identification cards are drivers license, Social Security card (with another
identification card that has a photograph) and Missouri State Identification Card.
A legal guardian must accompany any visitors 16 years old or younger.
L. Visitation policies and procedures are subject to change without notice.
Visitation will be managed at the discretion of the officer-conducting visitation.
Any violation of these rules may result in the filing of criminal charges pursuant to
section 221.111 (2) RSMO or other provisions of Missouri Law.
2. SPECIAL PERSONAL VISITS
A. Special one-time visits may be granted by the Sheriff and / or Jail Captain on weekdays
when a valid reason is given; such as a family member travels a great distance from
OUT OF STATE and is unable to visit at the inmate’s scheduled visitation time.
B. Special personal visits count as your visit for the week.
C. The person visiting must schedule special personal visits in advance.
D. If the visitor claims to be from out of state, proof must be provided.
E. Visitation time allowed is 30 minutes per inmate, beginning at the first half of the hour or
second half of the hour.
SATURDAY A-BLOCK 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
B-BLOCK 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
C-BLOCK 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SUNDAY D-BLOCK 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
E-BLOCK 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
F-BLOCK 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
3. BONDING AGENT INTERVIEW
A. Inmates will be allowed to visit with Bail Bonding Agents at the request of the agent. If
an inmate has contacted a bonding agent, it is up to the agent to request the interview.
Visitation Room will also be used for Bonding Companies.
4. ATTORNEY VISITATION
A. Attorney visits and Probation / Parole visits are the only contact visitation allowed with in
the Stone County Jail.
B. The address for the Public Defender’s office is:
Public Defender’s Office 417-235-8828
PO Box 685
Monett, MO 65708
NOTE: The Public Defender’s Office does not routinely accept collect calls. This
telephone number is listed so those inmates may give it to their family and
friends for delivering messages to the Public Defender’s Offices.
C. Inmates with private counsel can have their attorneys contacted through normal
correspondence and communications.
5. PROBATION / PAROLE OFFICER VISITATION / INTERVIEWS
A. Attorney visits and Probation / Parole visits are the only contact visitation allowed within
the Stone County Jail.
B. The address for the Stone County Division of Probation and Parole is:
Probation and Parole Office Telephone: 417-334-5613
225 Church Road
Branson, MO 65616
Any addresses or phone numbers for other Probation / Parole offices can be attained
from this office.
6. INNER-JAIL VISITATION
A. In some cases where a husband and a wife are both incarcerated in the jail, requests
are made for an inner-jail visit. These requests must be made to the Sheriff and / or Jail
Captain. Each case will be determined by its own merit and purpose. IT IS NOT A
POLICY TO GRANT SUCH VISITS.
7. INMATES RETURNING FOR VISITS
A. If you wish to visit someone who is an inmate in the Stone County Jail after you have
been released from custody, you must wait 180 days (6 months) release before you will
be allowed to visit.
8. MESSAGES TO INMATES
A. Inmates cannot receive phone calls on the phones within the jail. Messages will not be
passed to inmates except to inform when a family member is in the hospital and / or the
death of a family member.
9. GENERAL RULES FOR ANY VISITATION
A. Inmates will submit to a physical search prior to and upon completion of his / her visit.
B. Failure to abide by visitation rules will result in the immediate termination of the visit and
possible cancellation of subsequent visits for a period of one week or more, depending
on the severity of the violation.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
The Religious Program provides Religious services for all inmates, regardless of denomination
or faith. A chaplain coordinates with the Jail to perform services and activities. The inmates have
the option to attend Church services weekly. If an inmate has no Bible, either the church or the Jail
will provide a paper-back Bible, to be in his / her possession, at all time (even if the inmate is in lockdown)
while incarcerated in the Stone County Jail. The Religious Services are scheduled activities