Visitation

Inmate General Population - Video Visitation



Visitation Hours (Jail Lobby) 8:00AM to 8:00PM (Last visit starts at 7:30 PM), 7 days a week and is Free.

 

Visitation Hours (Online) 8:00AM to 11:00 PM, 7 days a week and is $0.50 a minute.

Prospective Visitors Must Complete A One-Time Registration @ JailATM.com
 
Once registered you can visit at the jail without scheduling or Schedule a visit on the Web from outside the facility.

For out of town visitations you will need to call the Jail (Front Office, Ext. 4) to schedule a visit Monday thru Friday between 8 AM and 4:30 PM.
 
You can Visit JailATM.com for information about visiting or send inmates messages.
 
All visit are 30 minute visits and will not be  different from In Town or Out of Town.

There will be times when visits will be rescheduled due to court, work assignments, disciplinary action, sick call, attorney visits, and inmate housing re-assignments.


Commissary Deposits: Kiosk in Jail Lobby, or via www.RegentPay.com

Phone Deposits: Lobby Kiosk, Customer Service: 877-618-3516


How to Send Mail to Inmates



Note: Bulk mailings are NOT permitted at JailATM.com and will be denied.

The Taylor County Adult Detention Center has updated their system for sending mail to inmates. All inmate mail will be sent to a central processing facility, not the Detention Center where an inmate is housed. At this JailATM.com central facility, mail will be opened, scanned and emailed to the inmate at the facility.

All inmate mail should be mailed to the following address utilizing existing jail facility mail rules…

Effective April 4th, ALL PERSONAL MAIL received at this facility will be returned to sender.

New address to send mail to inmates:
Taylor County Detention Center
(Inmate Name/Number)
2830 S. Hulen Street Box #809
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Legal Mail

Legal mail must be mailed directly to the detention facility and must be sent by a legally approved entity (Licensed Attorney of Record.)

Transactional Documents

For transactions that require the inmate to sign or otherwise enter information on an original in order to carry out a transaction (i.e. endorsing a check, transferring a vehicle title, etc.) the original document must be brought to the facility where it will be approved by staff.
The Front Office/designee will coordinate a time for the inmate to review, sign documents if desired and pay to have the document mailed out of the facility or released back to the person that brought the document. Any general inmate correspondence for the inmate included with transactional documents will be destroyed and inmates will not be permitted to keep original documentation sent through this process.