How do I know when I can visit someone in jail?

Inmates in holding are not privileged to visitation rights. There are six separate housing classifications for inmates; holding, minimum, medium, maximum, inmate worker, and female. Visitation is based on these classifications. Housing classifications are changed by the detention staff on an ongoing basis. It is up to the inmate to inform visitors of the appropriate time to visit.

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1. How do I know when I can visit someone in jail?
2. I have a family member in the Detention Center being held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). How can I find out more information?
3. Can I visit someone who is being held for an immigration violation?
4. I need to bail someone out of jail. What do I need to do and what are the acceptable forms of payment?
5. Can I use a bondsman to bail someone out of jail?
6. I need to get fingerprints for my new job. What do I do?
7. How do I put money on an inmates’ account so that they can purchase commissary items?