BEGINNING OCTOBER 4, 2022, CONNECT WITH YOUR LOVED ONE VIA THE SECURUS VIDEO VISITATION APP!
The Arlington County Detention Facility will be rolling out Video Visitation for Friends and Family over a two week period beginning Tuesday, October 4th.
Click on the banner below and sign up under “Remote Video”.
- The Securus system will ask for your credit card information but video visits with the inmates in Arlington County are FREE at this time.
- Please note that this may change in the future, but any change in cost for remote video visitation will be announced at least 30 days ahead of time.
- All technical support or account questions for remote video visitation are handled by the vendor, Securus. The Arlington County Sheriff’s Office is unable to provide tech support to the users of the system.
- Inmates are currently allowed 2 video visits per week.
- All video visits with friends and family are monitored and recorded.
- Video Visits may be immediately terminated due to operational issues or emergencies.
- Visits are 20 minutes in length. The visitation timer starts at the time of the scheduled visit.
- Video Visitation for Attorneys will be announced in the near future.
There are videos with instructions on how to register as a visitor, how to sign up for remote access, and how to schedule a remote session located at:
ALL IN-PERSON VISITS RESUMED ON FEBRUARY 26, 2022.
THE ACDF WILL BE CHANGING INMATE PHONE SYSTEMS ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16TH.
PLEASE USE SECURUS LINK BELOW TO LEARN MORE:
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