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AS OF MARCH 18TH, 2021


Visitation at the Coleman County Jail will resume after almost a year on March 23, 2021. The following plan has been approved by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards.


COVID-19 Precautions

Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be available at the main door inside the lobby. Wearing a face covering (mask) over the nose and mouth and sanitizing your hands before and after visitation is strongly recommended. There will be a ten (10) minute break in between visitors to allow the phones, stools, and door handles to be wiped down with disinfectant wipes prior to the next visit. Visitors will be required to schedule their visits up to three (3) days in advance with the last day of scheduling being the day before the visitation day. To schedule a visit contact the Coleman County Law Enforcement at 325-625-3506. Visitors must be on the inmates approved visitors list.

Visitation Days and Hours

Tuesday           12:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Saturday          12:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Authorized Visitors

Authorized visitors will be the immediate family only. Family members under the age of seventeen (17) will be allowed to visit when accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or legal counsel.

Any visitor that creates a disturbance during visitation will be asked to leave the visitation area. If the visitor is a child, the parent, legal guardian or legal counsel will be required to leave also.

No prior inmate of this facility will be allowed to visit until 90 days after their release.



Authorized visitors will need some type of picture identification.  All authorized visitors must give the following information to the control personnel:

  1. Name of inmate visiting.
  2. Relationship to inmate.
  3. Picture identification card (driver’s license, state identification card, etc.)


Handbags, cell phones, pictures, or any containers will not be allowed in the visitation area.  The Jailer will not be allowed to hold any property belonging to a visitor.  Visitors will have to leave handbags, cell phones, pictures, or any containers in their vehicles.