Visitation Guidelines

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**Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, All On-Site Visitations are Suspended until further notice**

The Ogle County Correctional Center offers a video visitation service, which allows visitors to safely visit from virtually any place with a stable internet connection, also known as “remote” visitation.  This same system will be utilized for visitation at the Ogle County Correctional Center, also known as “on-site” visitation.

  • All visitors must create an Inmatesales Online account via the website:


Visitors are encouraged to complete each section of the Securus online account. Any omission of requested information on the Securus online account may result in unnecessary delays during the approval process of your account.

  • All visits, “remote” & “on-site” visits, must be scheduled through the websites listed above. Jail Staff do NOT have the ability to schedule “remote” visits, so please do not contact Jail Staff to assist with this.
  • Custodial residents will receive notification of scheduled visits upon checking their account on the terminal located within their housing unit.
  • Remote visitation is only available on select housing units.

Visitors who have questions or experience issues regarding visits, scheduling a visit, or using the visitation website, must contact Securus Customer Support by calling them at 1-972-734-1111, or by visiting their website and utilizing the Live Chat or Email options.

Visiting Hours
On-site Visiting hours:
Wednesday (5:30pm - 7:30pm) Saturday (11:45am-1:30pm)

Remote Visiting hours: Sun./Mon./Tue/Thurs./Fri. (11:00am - 10:30pm)

Attorney Visitors
Attorney Visiting Hours at the Jail:
Monday-Friday              7:15am-8:30am / 2:15pm-4:00pm / 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Saturday & Sunday      8:00am - 11:00am / 1:30pm - 4:00pm

Attorney Visitor Information

Click here for Clergy Visit Hours and Information

Click here for Ogle County Jail Video Visitation Guidelines


  • All visitors must be on the detainee’s approved visiting list prior to visiting them. Visitors will need to provide their First Middle, and Last Name, birthdate and relation ship information to the detainee.
  • Visitors must not have been convicted of a felony charge within the past 10 years.
  • Up to three (3) visitors at a time shall be allowed to visit per visit, including children. No Switching of visitors is allowed.
  • Visitors may only visit (1) detainee per visiting day, for ON-SITE visits.
  • Visitors must wear footwear and attire that is non-revealing during on-site and remote visits. Clothing such as, but not limited to, the following are prohibited: Halter/tank/tube tops, short shorts, swimwear, overly loose shirts or pants, or see through garments.
  • On-site visitors are required to show Officers a valid US Governmental issued photo ID every visiting day, or their visit will be denied. Examples include: Valid State ID/Driver’s License, Passport etc., Military ID, FOID card.
  • In accordance with DOC standards, there shall be no age limit when a child is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  If not with a parent or legal guardian, visitors must be 18 years of age. If at any time while someone is visiting and there is a situation with a minor child disrupting the vising of other detainees, the visitor with the child could be asked to leave. Visits will be terminated if the Correctional Officer suspects a disrupting situation might occur. Children are not to be left unattended at any time.
  • No letters or mail of any type will be accepted at the front desk. All such items must be sent via the U.S. Postal Service:
                 Inmate Name
                 P.O. Box 217
                 Oregon, IL 61061

  • Only approved visitors may appear in the video visiting monitor.
  • No Electronic devices to include, but not limited to, cameras, cell phones or recording devices are allowed during visits.
  • Visitors shall be responsible for their property at all times. Any item(s)left behind by visitors at the Ogle County Jail will be held for pickup for a period of 30 days.  All items not picked up within the 30-day period will be disposed of.  The Ogle County Sheriff’s Office, the Ogle County Jail, or their employees are not responsible for any lost, damaged, stolen or left behind property.
  • All visitors and their property are subject to search.

The following conduct is strictly prohibited for all on-site and remote visits:

  • Any display of nudity, or partial nudity, including breast feeding, etc.
  • ANY behavior or actions that are of sexual nature or deemed to be of a sexual nature as determined by Jail Staff.
  • Possession, Use or display of any weapons, drugs/alcohol, or related paraphernalia to include medicinal drugs that require a license or permit to posses
  • Unlawful activity or depiction of unlawful activity as determined by Jail Staff.
  • Recording/Filing, streaming or uploading, on the internet, a visit by any visitor, participant, or any third party.
  • Any gesture, picture, drawing, or hand sign that is or could be misconstrued as being gang related, as determined by Jail Staff.
  • Any Language, gesture, picture, drawing, or behavior that is or could be misconstrued as being vulgar, offensive, provocative, or disrespectful, as determined by Jail Staff.
  • Any inappropriate behavior of a visitor or detainee may result in a temporary or permanent visiting restriction.
**Ogle County Jail Staff are not responsible for visits starting late due to improper log in, user/ operator error or any kind, or any other issues causing the visitation start time to be delayed. **

Visitors must follow the instructions that are posted at the visitation terminals to prevent any delays in the visit starting on time.


No property will be released or accepted on visiting days.

ALL visits are strictly prohibited from being recorded, filmed, or streamed by detainees and/or visitors.

Any violation(s) of these rules, by visitor(s) or detainee(s), will result in restricted and/or loss of visiting privileges of the visitation equipment is your implied consent to abide by all visitation rules and regulations listed within the Ogle County Jail Rules and/or Video Visitation Guidelines. Violation of these rules COULD and WILL result in the following:

Any Minor visitation offense, which include any prohibited acts that do not fail within the guidelines of a Major visitation offense, committed by a Visitor will result in the Following:

-1st Offense- Visitation privileges restricted for 30 days

-2nd Offense- Visitation privileges restricted for 60 days

-3rd Offense- Visitation privileges restricted permanently.

Any Major Visitation Offense, which include any/all actions that would intrude on the safety and/or security of this facility and/or the staff or detainees within this facility, as determined by Jail Staff, committed by a Visitor will result in visitation privileges being revoked permanently. This applies to both on-site and remote visits.

Any violation(s) of these rules, by visitor(s), will result in restricted and/or loss of visiting privileges.  Use of the visitation equipment is your implied consent to abide by all visitation rules and regulations listed within the Ogle County Jail Rules and/or Video Visitation Guidelines.



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