Pawnee County Sheriff Department
MIKE WATERS, SHERIFF
All commissary money must be CASH or CREDIT/DEBIT CARD
PAWNEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - INMATE VISITATION
Pawnee County Sheriff's Office visitation. Check the 2012 Visitation Calendar above .
Each inmate is allowed to choose up to five people he or she wants to visit. If your name is not on
list , you will not be allowed to visit. There will be no exceptions.
Visitors must provide a valid photo ID in order to visit.
You may not visit if you have been incarcerated in the last six months.
Visitors must dress appropriately. You will not be allowed to visit while wearing short
skirts, shorts or low-cut tops.
Visitors may only visit an inmate once a week.
The office has to be open in order to have visits. If a visitation day falls on a day when the
office is closed, there will not be a make-up day.
There will be no special visits unless approved by the Sheriff.
If you have a small child with you while visiting, please be courteous to the other visitors. If you
If you keep a loud or unruly child in the visitor room, you visit will be immediately terminated, and
you will be asked to leave.
Pastors must be approved by the Under sheriff before visiting. Call to schedule a meeting.
Pastors must have the name of the inmate they want to visit.
***** Damage to the visitation machines will result in permanent termination of visits.
You will be charged for repairs, and criminal charges may also be filed*****
ANY visit may be denied at the staff's discretion.
|INMATES ITEMS ALLOWED- ONE TIME ONLY|
1- Grey underwear or boxers
1- pair of Grey socks
NO INMATE CAN HAVE A HARDBACK BOOK. to approve of them before they are sent up.
*Money brought to the Sheriff's Office for an inmate's books MUST be cash and put on the Tiger Commissary
Kiosk in lobby.
Inmate families may provide stamps, paper and envelopes at any time.
TRUSTEES may have the following once a week.
2 bags of chips
2 2-liters of pop
Commissary Questions: Melissa 918-762-2565 Ext. 310
Visitation Questions: Nicole 918-762-2565 Ext 311
If contraband is brought into the jail, violators will be prosecuted !