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Jail and Video Visitation

Placer County Jail inmate visitation center located on Atwood Rd.

South Placer Jail visitation center is located at 11801 Go For Broke Rd., Roseville.
South Placer Minimum Security visitation center is located at 11701 Go For Broke Rd., Roseville

Video Visitation is now available!

To enroll for video visits and more information, go to

Video Visitation Scheduling Instructions (English & Spanish)

Public Visiting Times

Auburn Main Jail:
Visitors need to be checked in at the visitation centers 30 minutes before visitation session.

South Placer Jail:

Visitors need to be checked in at the visitation centers 30 minutes before the visitation session for inmates housed in areas that have face-to-face visiting. Inmates housed in areas that have on-site video visiting only, the visitor will need to register and schedule the video visitation 24 hours prior to the visit.

Please Note:

Visitors to D/E/F tanks at the South Placer Jail can use remote visits at the normal cost. For a free visit, visitors must schedule their visit 24 hours in advance. Visitors will need to travel to the South Placer Jail and conduct the visit from one of our VIZ VOX kiosks in the visiting lobby. 

Visitors may expedite the check in process by pre-registering as a visitor.

Professional Visiting Times

Auburn Main Jail

7 days a week

7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
12:30 PM - 3:30PM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
7:30 PM - 10:45 PM

South Placer Jail

7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
12:30 PM - 3:30PM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Professional visitors need to be checked in 15 minutes before end of visiting session.

Public Visitation Schedule

Auburn Main Jail (530) 745-8500

South Placer Jail (916) 408-8100

Individual inmate’s visits are one-half hour in length.

Visitors need to be checked in 30 minutes before visitation session.

Inmates may have no more than two visitors per half-hour. The visiting time will be split between the visitors; they may not visit together.

  1. Visitors under the age of 18 will not be allowed, except for children of the inmate. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  2.  Visitors must have valid identification (listed below). Any other type of I.D. must be approved by the Shift Sgt.:  

 

  • Valid Drivers License with photo.
  • Valid Military I.D with Photo
  • Valid Passport with photo. 
  • Valid Immigration Card
  • Valid California Identification Card with photo

 

 All visitors will be fully clothed and shoes must be worn.

 The following inappropriate or revealing clothing will not be allowed:

  •  Halter tops, bathing suits
  • Plunging neck lines or sleeveless attire
  • Short shorts, mini skirts

  Loud, boisterous and rude language will not be tolerated during the visit.

  •  Personal visiting phones are monitored and recorded.
  • Visitors may be subject to search by sheriff's personnel of their persons and immediate property while on the premises of the facility at any time.
  • Refusal to submit to search will prohibit or terminate visiting privileges.

 

 

 

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