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General On-Site or Off-Site Visitation Rules:
- All inmates have equal opportunity to have one thirty-minute visitation period each week.
- Inmate workers of the Miami County Jails may have extended visits (not to exceed one hour) during regular visitation hours. Visitation may not be scheduled to interrupt normal required duties.
- All Video Visitations are recorded and subject to monitoring for the safety, security and best interest of the Miami County Jail.
- Visitors are NOT PERMITTED to use any additional cameras, and/or video devices, telecommunications or recording devices in an attempt to record or duplicate a video visit either on-site or off-site prior to, during or at the conclusion of a video visit.
- Only those who have been approved by the Miami County Jail to visit by Video Visitation shall be permitted to visit.
- Video Visitation may be denied or terminated for disorderly persons.
- Visitors who are believed to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to complete a video visit. This includes consuming during the visit.
- Presence of nudity or sexual conduct during visitation shall not be permitted. Actions of this type shall result in loss or suspension of all visitation privileges.
- If any court of record imposes a protection order, no contact order, or restraining order between the inmate and a potential visitor, no Video Visitation will occur.
- Visits or interviews by representatives of the news media must be approved by the Sheriff or his designee.
- Money will be accepted via commissary kiosk in the lobby, online at www.accesscorrections.com by smart phone via Access Corrections app or by phone 24/7 at 866-345-1884. No money will be accepted by mail or in person to jail staff.
On-Site Visitation Rules:
- Visitors must be properly attired to visit. Visitors’ apparel deemed inappropriate by the Miami County Jail Staff shall be denied their video visit. Inappropriate clothing includes but is not limited to:
- See through clothing of any kind
- Low cut clothing, cut in a manner that exposes the chest
- Any clothing that inappropriately exposes undergarments
- Loud talking, excessive emotionalism or any type of disruptive behavior shall not be permitted and may be grounds for early termination of any Video Visit.
- There will be no smoking by visitors during visitation.
- No property will be accepted to be given to inmates at visitation. Paperback books will be accepted from family members VIA mail only (i.e. from Amazon), with a receipt. All books are subject to review and search by staff and will become property of the Jail library upon an inmate’s release. No books with staples will be permitted.
- Attorneys are still permitted in-person visits with inmates. Attorneys are required to present valid photo identification, present their bar card and sign in at the jail when arriving to visit inmates.
- Individual clergy visits are permitted with or without scheduling and shall be conducted using visitation phones at either jail. Clergy are required to present valid photo identification, and some form of identification identifying them as clergy.
- These visits may be permitted at the discretion of the jail administrator or his designee, and are permitted between the hours of 8:00 am and 9:00 pm, excluding meal times (11:00-11:30 am and 5:00-5:30 pm).
MIAMI COUNTY JAIL ADMINISTRATION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE, SUSPEND OR DENY A VIDEO VISTATION OR VISITATION PRIVILEGES AT ANY TIME VIOLATIONS OF THE ABOVE RULES ARE DEEMED TO HAVE OCCURRED.
Click here to see all Video Visitation requirements and to schedule a visit.
INMATE PHONE SERVICES:
- All inmates have the ability to make phone calls upon incarceration.
- Inmate phone system rules are posted in all housing units so the inmates are aware of those rules as well as the many ways they are able to make calls.
- Persons wishing to leave inmates voice messages or wishing to leave money on an inmate’s account to be able to make phone calls may click the link below.