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Inmate Visitation

Introducing the New Way to Visit at Morgan County Jail

Morgan County Jail is excited to announce a new approach to staying connected with your loved ones. In our continuous effort to enhance safety and security while maintaining important connections, we are moving from traditional in-person visits to a more flexible and accessible remote visitation system. Here's everything you need to know about this new visitation method:

How It Works:

  • Remote Only Visitation: Onsite visitation has been replaced with a remote visitation system. This means you can now connect with inmates from anywhere, using just a computer, tablet, or mobile device.
  • Free Weekly Visits: To ensure that inmates and their loved ones stay connected, we're offering one free remote visit per week for each inmate. This is part of our commitment to supporting the well-being of inmates and their families.

Starting Your Remote Visit:

  1. Access the CPC App: Log in on your device and navigate to the "Video Visitation" section within the CPC App. Here, you'll find a list of approved inmates and their online statuses. Select the inmate you wish to visit with to start the session.
  2. Privacy and Security: All remote visits use a blurred background feature for privacy, ensuring that only the participants' faces are visible during the visit, with no background distractions or information shown.
  3. Affordable Connection: After the free weekly 20-minute visit, remote visits are charged at a rate of 20 cents per minute. This fee structure is designed to be accessible while ensuring the service's sustainability.

Getting Started:

  • Create an Account: Visit or call 1-877-998-5678 to set up your visitor account. This account allows you to request visitation approval, after which you can purchase visitation minutes.
  • Download the App: To participate in video visits, download the visitation app on your device.
  • Availability: Enjoy the flexibility of scheduling your visits from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm and from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm, seven days a week.

What You Need:

  • To join a remote visit, you'll need a device with a camera, speaker, and reliable high-speed internet connection.

This new visitation system at Morgan County Jail is designed to keep families connected without the constraints of travel and scheduling in-person visits. We're here to support you through this transition to ensure that your experience is as smooth and positive as possible.

Visitation Rules and Restrictions ​

  • A valid government picture identification (ex: Drivers license or State ID Card) with your current and correct address must be presented to sign up for a visit.
  • The Jail Staff may cancel your visit if the inmate is on recreation, in school or participating in another inmate program.
  • Inmate workers are not allowed visits while they are working.
  • Inmate visitors will be dressed in a socially acceptable manner. ​
  • Clothing must not be sexually suggestive or revealing in any manner. ​
  • Gang clothing or insignia's are prohibited.
  • Display of nudity, partial nudity, drug use, threatening language, gang symbols or anything similar is expressly prohibited. ​
  • All visits are subject to recording and monitoring.
  • Absolutely NO PICTURES OR VIDEO may be taken while visiting.
  • Proper conduct must be maintained at all times or your visit privilege will be cancelled.
  • A violation of any rule, dress code, or code of conduct will result in termination of the visit and termination of all visitation privileges for at least 90 days.

Notice Regarding Rate and Fee Changes for Inmate Communication Services: Please be aware that the Morgan County Jail (MCJ) has contracted Combined Public Communications to provide inmate communication services. It is important to note that MCJ does not establish the rates and fees for these services. Instead, these rates and fees are set by the service provider. The rates and fees listed in this handbook may be outdated or subject to change without notice. This is due to the potential for fluid market changes that can affect pricing structures. We advise staying informed about the current rates and fees by regularly checking with the service provider.

The inmate commissary account is a separate account and is not part of the inmate phone and visitation accounts. Funds can not be transferred between accounts. Deposit funds on the inmate commissary account. ​

To schedule a visit please press the accept terms button.

Click here to accept the terms and schedule a visit

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