|Inmates housed in the Humboldt County
Correctional Facility are allowed at least two half-hour visiting
sessions per week, unless they have lost their visiting privileges
because of a disciplinary sanctions. Visiting sessions begin on
the hour and half hour. Inmates are only allowed only one visiting
session per day. Visiting is on a first-come, first serve basis.
Visiting hours depend on the inmate's housing location. An
inmate's housing location can be obtained from the receptionist or by
calling (707) 441-5159.
To visit an inmate, fill out a Visitor Request Form in the public
lobby of the Humboldt County Correctional Facility during the inmates
scheduled visiting hours. After completing the form, present it to
the receptionist, no less then 15 minutes prior the visiting session you
wish to attend, with one (1) of the following forms of identification:
a. Any state driver's license.
b. Any state identification card.
c. Federal identification card.
d. Military identification card.
f. A current DMV printout requesting a Driver's
License or State Identification card.
After entering your information, the receptionist will tell you which
visiting booth to use, which elevator to take and which floor the
visiting room is on. Please wait in the lobby area until directed
by the receptionist through the metal detector to the elevators.
The elevators are controlled by a remote operator. There is no
need to push the elevator's buttons except to get the operator's
attention or in case of an emergency. At the end of the visiting
session, please leave the visiting room when asked. Failing to due
so may delay the next visiting session.
No one under 18 years of age will be allowed to visit unless
accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or provides proof of
- No cameras or recording devices.
- No smoking, eating, or drinking in the visiting room.
- No wearing provocative or revealing clothing.
- No hand signals or note writing.
- Disruptive behavior or interfering in another's visit is prohibited.
- Intoxicated persons will not be allowed to visit.
- Violating any of these rules will be cause to disallow the visit.