When can I visit an inmate?
Visitation— General visitation will be accomplished through the internet based video visitation system. This system is the most efficient way that allows the best use of time maximizing both the length of the visit and the times available. All visits are subject to recording and monitoring. Visits are not free, no exceptions can or will be made. In order to receive visits the visitor must register on-line at: www.homewav.com. Once registration and processing is complete visits can take place.
Visitation is held seven days a week and the times are from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. with the last visit starting at 10:00 p.m. for all housing areas of the jail. All visits will be up to 20 minutes in length. The day and time of the visit is not arranged through the jail deputy or sheriff’s office. It is the inmate’s responsibility to notify potential visitors. Arrangements must be made between the inmate and the visitor through other means of communication.
There will be a limited number of visitation booths in the jail lobby for use, but these are not free and the visitor must be registered in order to use them. Inmates are encouraged to have their visitors use their own equipment from home or wherever there is a WIFI connection.

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1. How do I find out who is in jail and what they are charged with?
2. How do I bail someone out of jail?
3. When can I visit an inmate?
4. How do I add money to an inmates' commissary account?
5. How do I get information on impounded vehicles?
6. What is the Finney County Jail's policy on inmate telephone use?
7. How do I send mail to an inmate?
8. How does an inmate release money or property?
9. What is the Finney County Jail's medical policy?
10. How do I get information about an inmate's past incarcerations?
11. How do I get clothes to an inmate for jury trial?