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Click here to view current In-Custody ListInmate Visitation Hours

Inmate visitation is only allowed on Wednesdays and Fridays. Visiting hours are: 
  • Female inmates: 1-3 p.m. 
  • Male inmates: 9-11 a.m.

Visiting an Inmate: Guidelines

Visitors Must

  • Be over 18 years old. Children under 18 may visit, providing a parent or guardian other than the inmate being visited accompanies them and remains present during the time of the visit.
  • Have an acceptable picture ID, such as a state-issued driver's license or ID card; military or other government ID card; or passport.
  • Fill out an inmate visiting form at the reception window in the lobby prior to going downstairs to the jail.

Additional Rules
  • Visitation is limited to 20 minutes per day.
  • Visitors with active warrants will not be allowed to visit.
  • Visitors and their possessions are subject to search before and after visitation. Any attempt to introduce contraband will result in the visitor's arrest and prosecution
  • All cellphones must remain off at all times while inside of the facility.
  • Due to high volumes, scheduled visiting time may be cut short.
  • Out-of-town visitors may qualify for special visits.
  • It is the responsibility of the detainee to notify visitors of any changes to their scheduled visiting times.
  • Inappropriate behavior, use of profanity and/or violating any rules and regulations will result in visiting and access privileges being denied.

Dress Code
  • No miniskirts or similar attire.
  • No low-cut or revealing necklines.
  • No bare midriffs.
  • Shoes are required.

Calling an Inmate
All phone calls placed by inmates are collect.

Inmates have access to phones in their housing modules and may make calls anytime they are out of their cell and not involved in other activities, such as meals, court, etc.

Guidelines and Rules
Phone calls are limited to 15 minutes. Inmates may not receive incoming calls. 

To communicate with an inmate, you must have a touch-tone phone that emits a tone when the buttons are depressed.

The inmate telephone system is programmed to not allow three-way calls. This is done to help prevent an inmate from contacting a victim.

The phone system is alert to many ways in which people try to circumvent the detection of a three-way call. Consequently, your call may be disconnected if you do any of the following:
  • Attempt to make a 3-way call 
  • Transfer the call 
  • Put the call on hold 
  • Use or answer call waiting 
  • Press numbers on the touch-tone pad during the call 
  • Stop your conversation for any length of time (a period of silence may cause a disconnect)

Prepaid Inmate Phone Accounts
Issaquah Jail inmate phone services are provided by Global Tel*Link (GTL).

In some cases, prepaid accounts must be set up in order to receive calls from inmates. This is true for individuals who use cellphones or whose home telephone provider uses cable or digital technology to which GTL is unable to bill directly.

To learn more GTL prepaid accounts, visit the GTL AdvancePay website.

Block Incoming Inmate Calls
If you're receiving unwanted calls from an inmate and would like your phone number blocked from receiving any inmate calls from our facility, call GTL at 1-866-230-7761.

Once a number has been blocked, only the person the number is listed to may unblock the number.