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Coweta County Sheriff's Detention Visitation Center

County Jail

Last Updated: March 29,2024

Visitation Hours

Coweta County Sheriff's Detention - Visitation

Times and days are subject to change without notice

  • Monday 8:30 am - 4 pm
  • Thursday 9 am - 4 pm
  • Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday 10 am - 3:30 pm
  • Sunday 10 am - 3:30 pm

This facility may also have a video visitation option, please call 770-253-1664, and ask for the "visiting room CO on duty" for more information, alerts, or rule changes.

General Visitation Information

Coweta County Jail - Visitation

Visitation Schedule

6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm -- A1 & B1

8:00 pm

to 9:30 pm -- A2 & B2


6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm -- A3 & B3

8:00 pm

to 9:30 pm -- A4 & B4


6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm -- A5 & B5

8:00 pm

to 9:30 pm -- A6 & B6


12:30 pm

to 2:00 pm -- A1 & B1

2:00 pm

to 3:30 pm -- A2 & B2

3:30 pm

to 5:00 pm -- A3 & B3


12:30 pm

to 2:00 pm -- A4 & B4

2:00 pm

to 3:30 pm -- A5 & B5

3:30 pm

to 5:00 pm -- A6 & B6

Visitation Rules
With the completion of the video visitation center, face-to-face visits no longer occur at the Coweta County Jail. Visitors, who are on the inmate’s visitation list, are assigned to a video monitor in the center during that inmates scheduled visitation time. The inmate is then taken to the visitation area in the jail and assigned to a monitor that is connected to the visitation center. Attorneys will have the option to visit their client by video from a private booth or will be able to have face-to-face contact in the jail area. The new video visitation center also includes a larger waiting area for bonding persons out and an area for people to speak with bondsman.

Inmate is allowed only one (1) visiting session each scheduled visitation day.

Inmates in disciplinary segregation may be visited only by their attorneys, law enforcement officials, and the facility chaplains.

Each visit is limited to fifteen (15) minutes. A maximum of four individuals (including children over two years of age) will be permitted to visit during a visitation session. Children under two years of age are not allowed to visit.

Visitors must complete the registration process at the visitation desk ten (10) minutes before the scheduled visitation to attend the current visitation session. After registration, the visitor must remain in the lobby until the inmate’s name is called.

All visitors must pass a security screening process similar to that for air travel. Only two attempts to successfully complete the screening will be permitted. For this reason, visitors should leave all personal items in their vehicles. The only items allowed are the visitor's ID and one (1) automobile key.

Visitors who have criminal records or who have been previously incarcerated may not be allowed to visit. This decision will be made on a case by case basis.

Intoxicated visitors are not allowed to visit and may be arrested.

Food, drink, and tobacco products are not allowed in the lobby, visitation area, or anywhere within the facility.

All visitors under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by an adult.

All visitors sixteen years of age and older must present a government issued photo identification card in order to visit.

Children must be kept under control at all times and may not be left unattended at any time.

Contact visits are not permitted.

Visitors are not allowed to pass anything to inmates. Attempting to pass items could result in criminal prosecution.

Visitors are not permitted to stand or loiter anywhere near a perimeter fence.

Visitors are not permitted to attempt to communicate with inmates from the facility parking lot. Such actions will result in the individual being barred from the premises and his/her visitation privileges suspended or revoked.

Visitors are prohibited from inappropriately exposing themselves to inmates.

Visitors must be appropriately dressed in order to visit an inmate.

Dress Code
Men must wear a shirt with sleeves, pants or shorts at/below the knee, and shoes.

Women must wear a top with sleeves (halter-tops, tank tops, and bare midriffs are not allowed), pants or shorts at/below the knee, and shoes. Alternatively, women may wear a conservative dress ending no more than two inches above the knee. Shoulder straps on dresses must be two inches wide or wider--no spaghetti straps or strapless dresses. Form fitting clothing, stretch clothing of any type, clothing worn in a suggestive manner, or clothing that reveals undergarments is not allowed.

The Bonding Supervisor’s decision is final regarding the appropriateness of clothing allowed on the visitor’s concourse.

Failure to comply with any of these rules will result in immediate termination of the visit and the temporary or permanent barring of the visitor from further visitation.