Inmates are allowed confidential, unscheduled visits with attorneys, probation officers and law enforcement officials during designated hours. Attorneys not admitted to practice in Virginia and other professional visitors must request prior approval. She also helped spearhead Diversion First.
Register or Schedule Visitation. Any person who enters the secure area of the Detention Center may at the discretion of the correctional staff be subjected to a pat down of his or her person and an inspection of any containers, briefcases, purses, bags etc. The pat down procedure shall be conducted by a Correctional Officer of the same gender.
Medical staff, in-patient care, and a pharmacy are all available onsite for inmates of the Adult Detention Center. Skip to Main Content. To provide an environment for incarcerated persons in which correction of behavior is possible if the individual so desires.
Trusty Program — This is a highly structured program that allows inmates to work in and around the facility to perform such tasks as food service, cleaning, and minor repair work. Inmates are utilized to provide a range of services from cleaning county buildings to lawn maintenance. Inmates are permitted to participate in this program provided they meet all program criteria.
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Visits are scheduled to allow for a more effective and streamlined process. PRIOR to scheduling a visit, each visitor must complete the registration process. You can expedite the process by: 1.
Find information about booking, charges, bonding. Mugshots for current and past detainees are also available. Detainee information is only available through the online lookup system.
Being arrested for a crime does not necessarily mean you will be convicted. Often we can help you get charges reduced or dismissed, and avoid jail and a criminal record. DUI arrests don't always lead to convictions in court. Police officer mistakes, faulty breathalyzers and crime lab errors may get your charges reduced or dismissed.