Visitation information will not be provided over the telephone or by email. The inmate must inform all visitors of the date and time scheduled for visitation.
Visitation at the Gwinnett County Jail occurs everyday except Wednesdays and Fridays. Children under the age of 17 may visit every Saturday and Sunday when accompanied by an adult
(17 years of age and above). If a question arises about the age of a qualifying adult, it will be resolved only with proper identification. At no time will children be allowed to remain
in the lobby area without adult supervision.
It is the inmate’s responsibility to notify visitors of all scheduled dates and times. You must present a valid picture ID to visit. A valid ID is a state approved driver’s license, passport,
or state issued identification card. Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled visit. Each visit is limited to a maximum of 30 minutes.
Visitors will not be allowed to bring handbags, purses, bags, infant bags, car seats, strollers,
cell phones, pagers, keys, lighters, cigarettes, knives, pens, pencils, sunglasses, hats, guns, explosives, etc. into the Jail.
Visitors will not be allowed to bring any food or drinks into the Jail.
The Reception Officer will not hold property for any visitors. Visitors will be instructed to secure items in their vehicles or in the pay lockers provided in the lobby.
Proper attire will be required for all visitors. Inappropriate clothing such as halter tops, swimwear, revealing clothing, sleepwear, or any clothing that may be deemed unacceptable will
not be permitted.
Visitors who appear to be under the influence of any intoxicant or display unruly behavior will not be permitted to visit.
Visitors will be required to submit to a search of their person by Sheriff’s Deputies. Searches may be conducted by electronic means, physical pat down, or both. Failure or refusal to submit to a
search will result in denial of visitation.
Visitors will be required to proceed directly to their assigned visitation booth. Loitering in the visitation corridors will not be permitted.
Clergy Visitation Information:
Ministers are permitted to conduct minister visits during visitation hours in a regular visitation booth. The Jail Administrator, jail shift operations section commander,
watch commander or designee may grant approval for a minister’s visit during non-visitation hours.
Ministers shall not substitute a “minister visit” for a regular visitation. For example, if a minister’s spouse is an inmate,
the minister shall follow the procedures for regular visitation for that inmate (i.e., two visitation periods per week).
Visitation hours are listed below: