What are the rules of visitation?

Visitation Rules

  • All visitors must be age 17 or older, must have a valid state ID or drivers license.
  • Inmates must schedule a 45 minute time slot one day prior to the visit. An inmate may have only two visits per week.
  • Only two adults and two children over the age of three per visit.
  • Children under the age of three are only allowed to visit on the first Sunday of every month.
  • Children (16 and under) must be accompanied by an adult parent or legal guardian.
  • Children must be supervised at all times by a parent.
  • Visitors must be properly attired. Clothing of a provocative/revealing nature will not be allowed.
  • Any visitor creating a disturbance will be subject to being banned from our facility.
  • Any visitor caught bringing in contraband to inmates will be prosecuted (42-5-18 Giving inmates items without consent of authority).
  • The Fayette County Jail reserves the right to refuse entry to any person or persons.
  • All visitors are subject to search; any visitor who refuses to be search will be denied entry.
  • No purses or packages are allowed in our facility (pay lockers are located in the lobby).
  • Food and drinks are prohibited.
  • Questions about visitation? Please call 770-716-4734.

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1. When can I visit an inmate at the Fayette County Jail?
2. What are the rules of visitation?
3. How can I receive telephone calls from an inmate?
4. What can I bring to an inmate?
5. What is first appearance?
6. How can I send mail to an inmate?
7. How can I post bond on an inmate?
8. How do I report sexual abuse and sexual harassment on behalf of an individual in custody?
9. If I have further questions regarding the Jail or inmates, how can I obtain information?