Visitation Hours & Guidelines
Visiting is a very important component of the Juvenile Detention Facility Program. Regular visits help preserve the ties between the youth in detention and their family. Youth are allowed two hours of visitation per week. Each hour must be completed on two separate visitation days. The youth are assigned to separate housing units and are only allowed visits when their housing unit is scheduled. Only parents, grandparents or legal guardians are authorized to visit.
Hours & Days per Housing Unit
Please call to verify which unit your child is assigned before planning your visit.
- A photo identification, such as a valid California Driver's License or identification is required of all authorized visitors (parents, grandparents or legal guardians only)
- Authorized visitors may visit for all or a portion of the 60 minute visiting period
- No food or drink is allowed in the main lobby area or in the visitation area
- All personal property must be left in the vehicle or the lockers that have been provided for authorized visitors. No cell phones allowed in the visitation area
- All visitors will undergo a metal detector search, without alarm, prior to proceeding into the visitation area (Title 15, Section 1360)
- Any person, who knowingly brings, sends in to, or assists in bringing or sending into the Juvenile Detention Facility a controlled substance (alcohol, drugs or narcotics) a firearm, weapon or explosives of any kind will be punished by imprisonment in the County Jail for not more than one year or by imprisonment in the State Prison. (W and I Code 875, Seciton1)
- Questions about a youth's case, court hearing, or plans for the youth after they leave the facility should be directed to the Probation Officer assigned to the case. The Juvenile Probation Department can be contacted at 707-253-4361.
- All visitors are expected to follow the above regulations, as well as directions given to them by custody staff on duty. Any visitor who does not comply will be asked to leave and future visiting privileges are subject to change.
- We encourage you to write to your child while they are housed in our facility. All letters and cards must go through the United States Postal Service. remember to include your complete name and address. Youth may no receive mail from other hails, prisons, or juvenile facilities. Please address mail as follows:
212 Walnut Street
Napa, CA 94559