Inmate Visitation Rules

Jeff Diederich, Sheriff

Williamson County Sheriff's Office
404 N. Van Buren
Marion, IL  62959
Tx:  618-997-6541
Office Fax:  618-998-2296
Dispatch Fax:  618-997-1301

Williamson County Sheriff's Office

Inmate Visitation

Williamson County Sheriff's Office

Inmates in this facility are given the opportunity to visit with four persons who are family or friends each day except Saturday.  Inmate visiting hours begin at 9:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM.

Visits will start again at 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. On Tuesday and Thursday visiting hours are 09:00 AM hours to 3:00 PM hours. Each visit will last approximately 30 minutes. No visits on Saturday. Visitation time may be cut short due to jail needs.

    Any extended or extra visit must be approved by the shift supervisor prior to visit day.  Only four (4) visitors are allowed in the visitation booth per inmate. Persons under 18 years of age are not allowed to visit unless they are accompanied by parent or guardian.

All visitors must present acceptable forms of identification. These acceptable forms of identification are: Valid State Drivers License with photo, State Identification Cards with photo, military identification, other type of photo identification approved by shift supervisor. 

Persons on furlough or pass from any correctional institution or awaiting a trial on a felony charge or felony charges in any jurisdiction are not allowed to visit. All visitors must be in proper attire, no revealing clothing will be permitted and arranging clothing to show excessive skin will be cause for ending visit. All visitors are subject to search upon entry into the jail or sheriff’s office. The Williamson County Jail has the right to refuse any visitor. Any illegal activity and/or disturbance before, during, or after a visit by the inmate or visitor will be cause for ending the visit. Disciplinary action and/or criminal charges may be taken against offending inmate(s) and loss of visitation privileges may be imposed. Visitors who cause a disturbance will be escorted out of jail visitation area and visitation privilege may be revoked. No telephones, cameras, or recording equipment may be brought into the sheriff’s office or jail visitation area.