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Visiting Information
Will you be visiting the jail with a child between the ages of 3 and 17 years old?

If so, you may be eligible to participate in a University of Minnesota project focused on children’s experiences during their visit. For your participation, you will receive an incentive and your child will receive a gift.

For more detailed information about the University of Minnesota project, contact Laurel at 612-626-6787 or 

 

Rules
  • You must present a valid governmental picture ID with date of birth. School, work, store etc. IDs are not acceptable.
  • Due to private data laws, the jail can tell you if the inmate has a visitor list, but we cannot tell you if you are on the list.
  • Minors cannot be left unattended in the jail lobby or in your vehicle.
  • K-9 certified training dogs are allowed in the jail.
  • Visitors must pass the metal detector.
  • Visitors who have warrants will be taken into custody.
  • Lockers are available in the jail lobby for outer clothing, phones, purses, monies etc. There is a $0.25 returnable fee to use the lockers.
  • Baby strollers, cribs, and carriers are not allowed in the jail.
  • Only minors on the visiting list that are the inmate’s biological or adopted children may visit when accompanied by an adult on the visiting list.
  • Appropriate clothing must be worn. Clothing that is too revealing will disallow your visit.
  • All jail rules must be followed. Visitors not following the jail rules will be asked to leave and banned from visiting for a minimum of 30 days.
  • Visitors who have been arrested and stayed overnight in the Washington Jail cannot visit an inmate within 60 days of the arrest.
  • Visitors who attempt to bring contraband into the jail will be arrested and charged with introduction of contraband.
  • Inmates can decline a visit.
  • Inmates in segregation will only be allowed one pre-approved visit per week.
  • Inmates on lockdown status will not be allowed to visit.
  • Inmates will not be removed from a program or work to visit.
  • Visitors cannot sit on the booth ledge.
  • Visitors must control their children’s behavior in the visitor booth area or be asked to leave.

Banned Items
  • Ammunition
  • Cell phones / cameras
  • Drugs / narcotics
  • Food and beverages
  • Guns
  • Jackets / coats / hats
  • Keys / cuff keys
  • Knives of any size
  • Lighters / matches
  • Mace / chemical sprays
  • Purses / bags / briefcases
  • Strollers / car seats
  • Tobacco of any type

Notices
  • No Solicitations. Do not leave handouts or business cards.
  • If there is a valid order for protection or a no contact order between the visitor and the inmate, visiting privileges will be suspended.
    • A valid court order lifting the order must be presented to the visiting officer(s).

Law Enforcement Center
Chuck Yetter
Jail Commander

Roger Heinen
Assistant Jail Administrator

15015 62nd St. N.
Stillwater, MN 55082

Ph: 651-430-7900

Visitation Hours
Monday and Friday
6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Wednesday
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Saturday and Sunday
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Tuesday and Thursday
No visiting