5:45 PM-7:15 PM
7:30 PM-8:30 PM
11:45 AM-12:45 PM 9:30
Inmates are permitted a
maximum of 30 minutes of visitation time each week, starting on
Monday and ending on Saturday.
Inmates serving a
sentence of less than six (6) consecutive days do not receive
All visitation is a
non-contact visit by use of an intercom system with a window.
All adult visitors must
have photo ID to be admitted. Only one adult visitor at a time
per inmate. No person under the age of eighteen (18) may visit
an inmate unless accompanied by a person eighteen (18) years of age
or older, who is related to the person under the age of eighteen
(18) (mother, father, wife, husband, sister, brother, grandparent or
child’s legal guardian.
No more than two minors
with one adult visitor at a time.
You may visit with more
than one inmate but must leave the visitation room and go to the end
of the line after a single visit.
No purses, packages,
bags, etc are permitted past the security door from the public
lobby. You should leave these types of items with another
person or in your vehicle.
Inmates are not
permitted to receive any items from family or friends during
visitation or at any other time.
Inmates are not
permitted to possess money while incarcerated. For each inmate
with money at the time of booking, or who receives money while
incarcerated, an inmate account will be established. Inmates
may use their account to order items from our commissary menu twice
per week. Inmates are not permitted to obtain items by any
How to send money to an
inmate: All funds must be in the form of a money
order or certified check made payable to the inmate and sent via the
US Postal Service. We do not accept cash or personnel checks.
Upon receipt of a money order or certified check, it will be
credited to the inmate's account and a receipt provided to the
Upon release, a check
will be issued for any balance due the inmate. Checks are only
issued during business hours of Monday through Friday between 9 A.M.
to 5 P.M. When an inmate is released outside business hours,
a check will be mailed to the inmate.
Inmates are not
permitted to release any funds from their account without approval.
HCJC now provides two additional ways for persons to place money on
an inmate's commissary account.
Union Quick Collect Service (there is a fee charged by
using a credit/debit card by calling 1-800634-3422 (press option #2)
using a credit/debit card by visiting www.westernunion.com
For any of these transactions, you must have the
Pay To: SSC
Code city and state: COBRACASH/FL
Account number: HOC + INMATE ID# + Last Name
Government Payment Services (they also
charge a fee for the service)
Using a credit/debit card by phone at 1-888-277-2535
Visit their website at www.govpaynow.com
Following information is needed:
Pay Location Code: 5500
Inmate's Name and Inmate's ID Number
Facility Code: HOC
You may write to an
inmate by addressing your letter to the inmate, c/o Highland County
Justice Center, 130 Homestead Avenue, Hillsboro, Ohio 45133.
All mail is opened and inspected for contraband by jail staff prior
to delivering it to the inmates. Any money orders or certified
checks are removed and credited to the inmate's account. All
correspondence must be sent via the US Postal Service.
Inmates are permitted to
purchase paper, pencils and stamped envelope through commissary to
send mail. Any inmate determined to be indigent is permitted
to receive one stationary kit per week. Each kit contains one
pencil, four sheets of paper and two stamped envelope. A
charge is placed against the inmate's account and the amount is
collected should the inmate receive any funds in the future.
The Highland County
Justice Center maintains a phone in each housing pod. The inmates
have access to the phones to make collect calls to persons of their
choice. Inmates may also purchase Inmate Calling Cards through
commissary which allows the inmate to call directly without any
charge to the person being called. No other types of
calling cards are permitted. A computerized record is
maintained of every phone call made and all phone calls are
recorded. Incoming calls are not accepted nor are messages
given to inmates to make phone calls.
The Justice Center
operates an inmate commissary from which inmates may order items
that include hygiene articles, candy, chips, snacks, pop, stamped
envelopes, powdered drinks, coffee, greeting cards and other select
items. All commissary items must be ordered here. No
outside food items are permitted to be brought in.
We do receive certain
items as donations for use of all inmates. This includes
paperback books and board games. Board games must be ones not
sold through our commissary, new and sealed in the box and are
subject to inspection and approval. Donated items become the
property of the Justice Center.
Inmates determined to be
indigent are provided necessary hygiene items, such as soap,
toothpaste, toothbrush, etc., during their term of incarceration.
A charge is placed against their inmate account and the money
collected should the inmate receive any funds.
The Justice Center
provides all clothing to inmates including pants, shirt, briefs,
panties, socks, sports bra and footwear. Inmates are
prohibited from wearing personal clothing items during their
We do not accept items
for inmates to take to prison. This includes but is not
Tobacco products, food,
candy, clothing, hygiene items, stationary, stamps, etc. If
these type of items are mailed/shipped to an inmate, we will not
keep them. These items will be destroyed.
All personal items must
be picked up by family/friends within five (5) days of the inmate
being transported to prison. Any item not picked up will be
Ohio Department of
Rehabilitations and Corrections has changed their policy and do not
permit any item to be brought with a prisoner. (2007)