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Department of Adult & Juvenile Detention

Operating safe, secure, and humane detention facilities and community corrections programs
Department of Adult &
Juvenile Detention

King County Courthouse
516 Third Avenue,
Room E245
Seattle, WA 98104
Office hours:
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
King County DAJD

Regional Justice Center - Kent

Regional Justice Center Visitation Schedule

What are the guidelines for visiting an inmate?

  • Visitors under 18 years of age must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian (proof of legal guardianship is required).

  • Cell phones, food, drinks, purses, pocket-knives, weapons, diaper bags, and all personal items, are NOT allowed in the visiting booths. Lockers are available for storing all personal items.
  • Clothing should be appropriate and modest. NO mini-skirts, shorts, low-cut or revealing neckline shirts, bare midriff shirts, or see-through attire. Shoes must be worn at ALL times.

  • Visitors are encouraged to arrive early. Correction Technicians will process the last visit 15 minutes prior to the end of each visiting session.

  • Visitors are limited to one (1) visit per day, per inmate.

  • Jail Operations or a high volume of visitors may affect your visiting access.

  • Visiting times may be altered or cancelled without advance notice due to operational needs.

  • Visitors who travel over a 50 mile radius one way may qualify for a special visit outside the inmate’s normal visiting hours. ITR Sgt. will be notified for approval. The home address will be verified.

  • Visitors found falsifying information, using fraudulent/expired ID, obviously under the influence of alcohol/controlled substances, bringing contraband in, using profanity, exhibiting disruptive behavior, or violating any of the above rules or Department regulations will lose their visit and may result in further sanctions.

  • Visitors will be run for warrants and no-contact orders. You may be arrested if either of these is found. Visitors with any active warrants will be denied visitation regardless if the warrant is from a local jurisdiction or not.