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    200 Jefferson County Parkway
    Sheriff and Detention Facility
    Golden, CO 80402

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  • Visiting an Inmate 


    On Site Visitation

    • To have an on site visit you must travel to our facility and conduct the visit from a video visitation terminal. The visitor that schedules the appointment must be on site with a valid ID during the visit.
    • All on site visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
    • Each inmate is allowed 1, 2, or 3, 20 minute on site visits per week depending on the inmates housing (the visiting week begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday). Unlimited visits are available remotely by video visitation. See the Remote Visitation information below.
    • On site visits are allowed daily between:
      9 - 10:30 a.m.
      1:10 - 4:30 p.m., and
      7:30 - 8:30 p.m.

    Visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance by:

    Remote Visitation (Video Visitation)

    By scheduling remote visitation, you can participate using a computer, webcam, and high speed internet access. Charges apply. Remote visitation hours are daily between 8:10 - 10:30 a.m., 1 - 4:30 p.m., and 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.  The visiting week begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday.  To visit remotely you will need to do the following:

    • Create a visitation account at External Link Icon
    • Request access to visit.
    • Once you are approved to be a remote visitor, you can then schedule remote visits.
    • You will be required to pay for your visitation session at the time you schedule the session. 













    For more information on regulations please download the Inmate Handbook Adobe PDF Icon

    • Inmates are allowed no more than three (3) visitors at a time in the on site visiting area.
    • All adult visitors, 18 years of age or older, must provide proof of identification, bearing his or her photograph, issued by a government agency. Children may visit only if an adult accompanies them.
    • No previous inmate of the Jefferson County Detention Facility will be permitted to visit within 60 days of release.
    • Visitors must be appropriately dressed. Shirts and shoes are required. No clothing is allowed that may represent any specific club or organization known to be involved in criminal activity. No form fitting, suggestive or revealing clothing will be permitted. Clothing must cover the shoulders and be no shorter than mid-thigh on the leg. Persons inappropriately dressed will not be allowed to visit.
    • No gifts or items may be exchanged during visitation.
    • If an inmate or visitor visitor abuse visiting privileges, display any misconduct or become a threat to safety and security, the visit will be immediately terminated and the inmate may lose visitation privilege through disciplinary action.
    • No phones or cameras are permitted inside the facility; visitors may secure these and other personal items in lockers in the lobby.
    • Visitors are required to show proof of identification. Valid forms of identification include: state driver's license or identification card, valid military I.D., Student I.D., Government I.D. card, Colorado Bar association card or court services identification.

    Professional Visits

    Attorneys, probation and parole officers, and law enforcement officials are considered professional visitors. 

    • Clergy and bondsmen will be permitted non-contact visits only.
    • Attorney investigators may have a contact visit with an inmate only after authorization by the administrative sergeant, otherwise they will be permitted non-contact visits only.
    • Professional visits are allowed contact visits during reasonable business hours after presenting proper credentials and identification. 


    Clergy Visits

    • Professional clergy are allowed non-contact, professional visits with their religious affiliate members who are in jail. These visits do not count against an inmate’s allotment of weekly personal visits.
    • Clergy visitation privileges are not extended to an inmate's family members.
    • All clergy are asked to call the chaplain’s office before visiting the facility to arrange approval of credentials from their ecclesiastical organization. 
    • Clergy must provide a photo ID, such as a valid driver's license or state identification card, before making a professional visit.
    • Clergy are not allowed to have a contact visit or to directly give an inmate any item, including those of a religious nature.