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Welcome to the Racine County Inmate Search

Visiting

 

Q: What types of visiting are allowed at the Racine County jail?

A: As of May 3, 2012, video visitation will be allowed. Video visitation visits will be allowed for all inmates unless they are on Discipline Status. Only inmates that are classified as minimum, Huber, Inmate Worker, and Community Worker will be allowed face to face non-contact visits (see the visiting schedule below)

 

Q: How do I schedule a video visit?

A: If you have access to the internet, you can register for a video visit at https://www.securustech.net/. If you do not have access to the internet, two video visitation scheduling stations are located in the LEC. One station is located inside the Main Street entrance. And the other station is located in the LEC public lobby, inside the Wisconsin Ave entrance. Once you set up an account that has been approved, you can schedule a visit on the same site.

 

Q: Where do I go after I schedule a video visit?

A: You can go to the video visitation public center, located inside the Main Street entrance. There are 6 video visiting stations located there. You will be allowed access to the center the date and time your visit is scheduled, if a station is available. There is no charge for using this room to video visit. You can also schedule a video visitation from off site (home, work, etc.), but there is a nominal fee.

 

Q: What other things do I need to know about the video visitation public center?

A: Only two visitors will be allowed at each station, at a time. One of the visitors must be 18 years old or older. Children count as a visitor. The center will be open 7 days a week, from 8 am to 11 am, 1 pm to 4:30 pm, and 6 pm to 9 pm. No cameras permitted during visiting.

No exceptions!

 

The following questions are about the face to face non-contact visits.

 

Q: How many days a week can you visit, and for how long?

A: Inmates are only allowed one 20 minute visit one day a week, depending

on their location it would be Sunday. (See the visiting schedule) Only inmates that are classified as minimum, Huber, Inmate Worker, and Community Worker will be allowed face to face non-contact visits (see the visiting schedule below)

 

Q: Do you need to have an ID in order to visit?

A: Yes, you must have a photo ID.

 

Q: How many people can visit at a time?

A:  Maximum 4, including infants and or children.

 

Q: Do minors need to be accompanied by an adult?

A: Yes.

 

Q: What time are inmates visits if they are still in intake?

A: Inmates do not receive a visit until they are moved upstairs and assigned

to a floor.

 

No cameras or cell phones permitted during visiting.

No exceptions!

 

 

Visiting Registration-Sunday

 

2EW

7:30am-8:00am                 20 mins

2EE

8:45am-9:15am                 20 mins

2C

10:15am-10:45am             20 mins

3EW

11:15am-11:45am             20 mins                   

3EE

1:00pm-1:30pm                 20 mins                     

3A

2:45pm-3:15pm                 20 mins

2A

3:30pm-4:00pm                 20 mins

4C

4:15pm-4:45pm                 20 mins

 

 

20 MINUTE VISITS

Minimum, AODA, Huber, and Inmate Workers

 

The visitation will begin after the posted registration time.

 

Disclaimer

The Racine County Sheriff"s Office cannot guarantee that the information on this website is accurate.  Information contained herein should not be relied upon for any type of legal action.  The Racine County Sheriff"s Office will not be held liable for any claims or damages arising from any use or reliance upon the information contained on this website.  Any inmate that has been booked into the Racine County Jail does not establish that the individual is guilty of or has been convicted of any crime.  It may be a violation of state law to discriminate against an employee or job applicant because of an arrest record or conviction record.  For more information, see Wisconsin State Statute Section 111.335.  

 

Vision
The vision of the Racine County Sheriff"s Office is to be the best law enforcement agency in the state and make Racine County the safest county in Wisconsin.
Mission
In Partnership with the Citizens, and with the cooperation of the communities within Racine County, the mission of the Racine County Sheriff"s Office shall be the preservation of public safety, peace and order. This goal shall be met through proper utilization of the available resources in the most efficient manner possible while maintaining the highest levels of professionalism.
     

     

     

     

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