Non-contact visits with family and friends are a privilege. All visitors must have a valid state picture ID and
show it prior to being let upstairs. No exceptions.
Only pre-approved adults and children accompanied by a pre-approved adult may visit, with a limit of three adult
visitors per inmate. Inmates may change their visitor's list on the 1st Monday of each month they are incarcerated.
Only an inmate's juvenile children and/or siblings will be allowed to visit and must be accompanied by a parent
or legal guardian as one of the visitors. No other juveniles will be allowed to visit.
Inmates assigned to disciplinary segregation are not eligible for social visits. If visiting privileges are lost,
it is not the jail's responsibility to notify the person scheduled to visit.
The inmate has the right to refuse any visit.
Ordained clergy, with current credentials, will not have to be on an inmate's visiting list, but will adhere to
the regular visitation schedule.
Visitors must remain seated on the chair that is provided in the visiting booth, or if more than one visitor is
present, all must stay in the visiting booth. If any children or adults are wandering outside the visiting booth,
the visit will be terminated.
All social visits shall be a maximum duration of 20 minutes, unless the number of persons attempting to visit
exceeds the facility's ability to meet this requirement, or the inmate's (or visitors) behavior dictates a need to
terminate a visit earlier. No exceptions!
Rules of appropriate conduct apply to visitors as well as inmates during visits.
Visitors are not allowed to bring tobacco, cell phones, purses, packages, food or beverages upstairs. Anyone
caught using a cell phone or attempting to smuggle tobacco or other prohibited materials into the jail during visiting
will be asked to leave and will be banned from visiting for a period of six months for the first offense. A second
offense will result in a lifetime ban from visiting at either of the Becker County Jails.
Persons having a warrant whether extraditable or not, will NOT be allowed to visit an inmate.
BECKER COUNTY JAIL MANDATORY DRESS CODE
All visitors at the Becker County Jail must wear proper attire at all times!
Dispatchers and Corrections Officers have the right to deny visits based on inappropriate attire.
No cut-off shorts - shorts must cover to mid-thigh. No tube tops, bikini tops, tank tops or bustiers!
Shirts will be worn – covering the neck and chest area. Shirts must have sleeves – long or short & shoulders must
During visits, visitors are to remain fully clothed at all times!
The Becker County Jail reserves the right to deny admittance or terminate a visit to any individual at any time
due to being under the influence, inappropriate language, behavior, noise level, dress attire or a visit which may
pose a threat to the safety and security of this facility.
Becker County Jail reserves the right to cancel visiting during heavy volume times throughout the year.
|Maximum Security Jail Visiting Schedule
||8:00am - 10:00am
||8:00am - 11:30am
|Sundays & Holidays
||1:30pm - 4:30pm
||Tuesday & Thursday
||7:30pm - 9:30pm
|Sundays & Holidays
||7:30am - 11:30am
|Minimum Security Jail Visiting Schedule
|Tuesdays, Saturdays & Holidays
||6:30pm - 9:30pm
||1:00pm - 4:00pm
Professional visitors are not restricted to the social visiting schedule; and may include but are not limited to
Probation/Parole Officers, Agents from the Division of Family Services, Law Enforcement Personnel,
and Mental Health Professionals. All professional visitors must have approved agency identification. Inmates may
receive professional visits in addition to social visits unless one or more of those individuals are also family
members, or friends. Attorney visits are allowed (seven) days a week during the hours of 08:00AM to 11:00AM, 2:00PM to 4:00PM and
6:00PM to 10:00PM. Exceptions will be made with prior approval.