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Visiting

What Are The Procedures? 

Fingerprinting an inmateEach visitor is required to register. Any visitor appearing to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied the visit and asked to leave the facility. Visitors are not allowed to use tobacco, eat or drink during the visitation. Any visitor who attempts to smuggle tobacco or other prohibited materials into the jail will be asked to leave and have further visits denied. Rules of appropriate conduct apply to visitors as well as inmates during visits.

All visitors will be required to go through a metal detector and may be searched. Refusal will result in denial of visiting privileges. Visitors will not be allowed to carry anything on their person that has not been approved by jail staff.  Lockers are provided for visitors' property.

Hours Rules Location Locate Inmate Money and Property

What About Money or Property?

Money

The St. Louis County Jail has multiple ways for inmate friends and family members to put money into inmate trust accounts.  Effective July 10, 2013, funds can be deposited to inmates accounts through EZ Card and Kiosk.

Website, Kiosk and Over the Phone Payments:

EZ Card and Kiosk offers online deposits using a debit or credit card; kiosk payments (cash/debit/credit); as well as telephone payments for a nominal processing fee.  Funds will be credited to the inmate's account approximately 30 minutes upon completion of the transaction.

EZ Card and Kiosk provides the following payment options:

  • Inmate Commissary Deposits - Online at http://www.EZMoneyPayments.com
  • Lobby Kiosks - Cash/Credit/Debit card transactions (located in the Duluth jail lobby).
  • Telephone Payments - Toll free call 1-888-497-2387

 

Property

  • Property coming into the jail will be strictly limited.  Property accepted shall be receipted and a record kept. 

  • The jail will not accept or store any inmate property other than personal apparel or personal articles on the individual at the time of booking.

  • Arrangements for storage of property such as automobiles, valuables, or large items shall be made at the time of booking and at the inmate's expense.

  • The best rule to follow: Have nothing brought to the jail.  Money is all that is needed.

  • Upon release from jail, property will be disposed of if it is not picked up within 30 days.

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