Visitor Information

  1. Contact Visits
  2. Video Visits
  3. Visitor Dress Code
  • Boisterous or disruptive behavior may be grounds for visit termination.
  • Only attorneys and law enforcement may have contact visits without prior approval.
    • All other professional visits will be non-contact unless approved by the Programs Director or a Shift Supervisor.
    • Clergy, who are members of an inmate's family, may only visit the inmate family member during regularly scheduled visit times and it will count toward their visit quota for the week.
    • Visits may be denied due to legitimate institutional interests.
  • Inmates who have been in custody a minimum of 180 consecutive days will be considered for a personal contact visit monthly.
  • Personal contact visits occur on Saturdays:
    • Visits are scheduled by the Programs Department.
    • Inmates will receive notification of the date and time of their visit once approved.
    • It is the inmate-s responsibility to notify their visitor of the date and time the visit is scheduled.
  • Personal contact visitors must have a valid and current visitor account with ICSolutions. Failure to have said account, at the time the visit is approved, will result in the visit being cancelled. To register a visitor account, go to ICSoultions.
  • Limitations on the number of visitors are imposed to prevent overcrowding in the visit room and to eliminate difficulties in supervising visits. Each inmate may have up to 5 visitors per session. Maximum of 2 adult visitors. Children (anyone under the age of 18) count as visitors.
  • Contact visits are 45 minutes in length.
  • Visitors may not wear revealing, suggestive, or otherwise inappropriate clothing. Specific guidelines for clothing have been established. Any person wearing clothing deemed to be inappropriate will not be permitted into the visitation room.
    • No personal property (purses, bags, car seats, diaper bags, etc.) is allowed into the contact visit room.
    • All visitors will be pat searched and are required to successfully pass through a metal detector prior to being admitted into the contact visit room.
    • Visitors may be required to undergo additional searches at the facility's discretion.
    • Visitors refusing to submit to required searches will not be allowed to visit.
  • Visitors who have introduced or attempted to introduce contraband into the facility may lose their visiting privileges and may be subject to prosecution under Nebraska State Law.