216 W. Center Street - Juneau, WI 53039
920-386-3734    Facsimile: 920-386-3243

                                 Visitor Information

If you wish to be added to an inmate's visiting list, complete this form,  click here . Send this form to the inmate so that they can submit it.  You should call before you come to visit to verify that you have been approved.  All information must be accurate.

The lobby is staffed from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm Monday through Friday, except holidays. Visitors at other times should go to the vestibule and push the intercom button. Inmates are allowed two personal visits per week (one per day); they are 30 minutes in length. All visitor information is submitted by the inmate and approved by a Program Specialist prior to a visit. No more than two adults will be allowed into a visiting area at once or groups no larger than four (i.e. two adults and two children or one adult and three children). Visitors must be over the age of 18 or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The only exception to this is if the minor is a spouse of the inmate. In that case, proof of marriage may be required. All visitors 18 years of age or older will be required to provide a valid photo identification.

The visitation schedule is as follows:

Day of Week

Inmate Last Name



M through Z

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm


A through E

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm


F through J

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm


K through O

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm


P through T

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm


U through Z

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm


A through L

9am to 11am & 6pm to 8pm

With the exception of facility emergencies and similar situations, visits from attorneys of record, law enforcement, clergy, psychologists, doctors, etc. will be allowed for professional reasons, at any time.  Professional visitors need a photo and professional identification, such as a state bar card.  All other visits are not allowed during lockdown and meal periods or facility emergencies unless prior arrangements have been made.  An inmate is allowed to receive telephone calls from his/her attorney provided the call is previously scheduled by the attorney.


Any items sent through the mail must be identified on the outside of the envelope or package except correspondence and money.  The only items allowed to be received in the mail are:

  • Correspondence;
  • Pictures without any type of backing;
  • Job applications;
  • Money (cash or money order - cash is strongly discouraged);
  • Stamped envelopes;
  • Legal mail;
  • Newspapers, magazines and books will be accepted if they are sent directly from the publisher or bookstore (provided they do not portray nudity or sexual content).



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Last updated: 11/7/2016 1:25:43 PM