inmate Visitation services

Visitation Services

iWebVisit is the method Henry County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) used to provide visitation support for inmates.  The iWebVisit System allows inmates to conduct face-to-face Video Visitation from anywhere in the world that have reliable Internet services.  In addition, iWebVisit allows family and friends to schedule in person visits at the HCSO in accordance with the visitation schedule.

Visitation Rules

The inmate and visitors must comply with the following rules:

  • Visitors must present a valid passport or government issued picture identification
  • Visitors should report to the upstairs lobby to register for visitation 
  • All visitors are required to report to the visitation desk at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled visitation 
  • Visitors must present a valid passport or government (US or state) issued picture identification 
  • Juveniles must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or custodian 
  • Juveniles will never be left unattended in visitation or the lobby 
  • Only one adult visitor is allowed at a time 
  • All visitors are required to turn over any authorized items for an inmate to the Inmate Relations Officer assigned to visitation before being allowed to visit 
  • All money being left for an inmate must be done by means of the kiosk machine in the jail lobby 
  • No food, beverages, purses, bags, cell phones, cameras, drugs, or weapons are permitted in the visitation area 
  • Proper attire is required for all visitors. Clothing of a provocative/revealing nature will not be allowed (this includes but is not limited to tank tops, spaghetti straps, bikini tops, short skirts or shorts and see through tops)  
  • Visitors are subject to search 
  • It is a crime to come to the jail
    • While in possession of a weapon, drug, or alcohol 
    • While under the influence of alcohol or drugs 
    • To deliver to an inmate any weapon, drug, alcohol, or any contraband, including tobacco
  • Inmates only receive 30 minutes for each visitation. Visitors should leave promptly at the conclusion of the visit. They should exit through the jail lobby. 
  • Any visitor who does not cooperate will not be allowed to visit. 
  • Visits are subject to the good behavior of inmates. Any inmate who violates the rules may have the privilege of visitation revoked. Visitors should remember that if they cannot visit with an inmate because of a rule violation, it is the inmate’s fault

How to Create an iWebVisit Account

Click here to create an iWebVisit account.