Floyd County Jail’s remote visitation system to be offline for four to six weeks; visitation guidelines start Monday.

Floyd County Jail’s remote visitation system to be offline for four to six weeks; visitation guidelines start Monday.

From the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office: Beginning Friday, Jan. 1, the Floyd County Jail remote visitation system will be temporarily disconnected for approximately four to six weeks. This takes effect at midnight, Dec. 31, because Adobe Flash will no longer facilitate remote visitation on our equipment. Therefore, we are upgrading our equipment and software, and hope to have remote visitation back online by March.
Due to these circumstances, the following will go into effect on Monday, Jan. 4, at 8 a.m.:
  •  Public Visitation will take place in person at the Floyd County Jail Visitation Center, Monday through Thursday.
  • Our Criminal Justice Partners will have Fridays set aside for visits but may also set up visits Monday through Thursday along with the public if desired.
  • Inmates will be able to have one 15-minute visit per week.
  • Public visits will be available Monday through Thursday from 9 until 11 a.m. and from 1 until 5 p.m.
  • Visits can be scheduled by contacting 706-314-6211 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Masks will be mandatory; gloves are recommended.
  • Because of PPE shortages, the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office will not be able to provide masks or gloves.
  • As circumstances change, updates will be given.
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