A typical inmate visit in a jail is 30 minutes. Some jails...
Locate the state, then the city or county where you think they are being held.
Locate the state where you think they are being held.
You must first go to any Federal Bureau of Prisons facility.
A typical inmate visit in a jail is 30 minutes. Some jails allow up to an hour, some as little as 20 minutes. There is rarely any contact allowed; a plexiglass shield and phone or a video screen separates them.
Prison visits can be for 2-4 hours or more. All but the most violent are allowed to have contact with their approved visitors.
To find out how to visit someone you know, begin your search for an inmate or arrestee here:
To find your jail or prison visitation policies, begin by finding the facility or prison system here: