Find out how to schedule a video visit, where to send mail, what programs are offered and a variety of other topics.
Video visiting has replaced in-person visiting.
Inmates are allowed confidential, 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.
Inmates are encouraged to report any allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment to a Sheriff's Office employee. If inmates do not feel comfortable making a report to an employee, they may have a friend or family member report the allegation on the inmate’s behalf.
Sheriff Stacey Kincaid has implemented several changes in the Sheriff's Office that are focused on behavioral health issues which affect approximately 40 percent of our inmates. She also helped spearhead Diversion First.
The Adult Detention Center has four styles of inmate housing based on security levels and special needs: single cell, linear, podular and direct supervision.
The Weekend Confinement Program has been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic; all new inmates must quarantine for 14 days.
The Alternative Incarceration Branch, adjacent to the Adult Detention Center, offers residential and community programs for eligible offenders.