Cape May County Jail

 
 
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Cape May County Jail


Physical Address:
CREST HAVEN COMPLEX
125 CREST HAVEN RD.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ 08210

Administrator:  Donald J. Lombardo

Telephone: (609) 465-1233

Inmate Mailing Address:
Cape May County Correctional Center
C/O Inmate Name
# 4 Moore Road
Cape May Court House , NJ 08210

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Visiting

Scheduling an appointment for inmate visitation

Once the visitor is registered, they can then call between 7:00 am and 10:00 am on the day before they intend to visit (On Friday, the times are 7:00 am to 12:00 noon). The person who is registered is the only person allowed to call and schedule a visiting appointment.  During the reservation process, the registered person may include two (2) other individuals to accompany them during the visit. These individuals do not have to be registered with the iWebVisit.com system, but they do have to be on the inmates visiting list. All visitors must be maintained on the inmates visiting list to visit.

Visitation is Scheduled according to Inmates last name.  (The onsite visitation program is subject to availability. Participation in the onsite visitation program is based on availability directly influenced by the remote terminal activity for that day. there is no guarantee that on site visit will be given and space is limited.)

Inmates whose last name begins with the letters "A" through "I" can be visited on Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturdays from 8:00am to 11:30am.

Inmates whose last name begins with the letters "J" through "Z" can be visited on Thursdays and Fridays, 4:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturdays, 2:30pm to 6:00pm.

    Each visitor is allowed only one onsite (1) visit per day
    Your name must be on the inmates visiting list in order for you to visit an inmate.

    Juveniles (17 and under) are now required to be listed on the inmates visiting list. Juveniles must be accompanied by the adult parent or legal guardian who is now required to sign the juvenile's name into the visiting log book. All juveniles must be a blood relative of the inmate or otherwise legally related to the inmate (i.e. stepchild, adopted child). Only three (3) juveniles can be listed on the inmates visiting list.

    Each booth is allowed a maximum of three (3) persons per scheduled visit. This includes any juveniles.

Visits are limited to 20 minutes only.

Calling the Correctional Center
You must call 609-465-1233 (follow the prompts) the day before you intend to visit, between the hours of 7:00am and 10:00am on Sunday through Thursday and Fridays 7:00am to 12:00pm (due to the increased demand of Saturday visitation), in order to reserve a visiting time. (i.e. If you want to schedule a visit on Monday, You must call on Sunday morning to make the appointment.) No reservations will be taken after 10:00am (except Friday)

    If you get a busy signal, stay on the line. If you get transferred to the visiting mailbox, hang up and try your call again. DO NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE ON THE VISITING MAILBOX. We DO NOT have access to the mailbox, so your message will not be heard. All calls are answered in the order they are received.

    Due to a limited number of spaces for each 20 minute visiting period, the time you want may already be reserved. The officer will advise you what times are available.

Visiting requirements when you arrive for your appointment

    Please arrive 20 minutes before your appointment. There is no need to arrive earlier.

    All visitors are required to pass through a metal detector.

    Please leave all metal objects in your car or the storage lockers provided in the visitor lobby.

    You must have a government issued I.D. with a picture, date of birth and your current address. (i.e. Drivers License)

    There is a Dress Code for visitors. It is as follows:

          Female Visitors
    Must wear a full shirt (No Tube tops, String halter tops, transparent shirts, tank tops, strapless shirts, no hooded shirts or low cut shirts.)
    Must wear a full pant (Shorts are acceptable, however, they must extend to the mid to lower thigh. No short-shorts or self made cut off shorts are permitted.)
    Must wear a covered shoe (No sandals, flip-flops, or any type of footwear that exposes the bottom or the toes of the foot.)
    No coats, jackets or sweaters will be worn in the secured visiting area. Lockers are available in the Lobby to secure valuables.

     Male Visitors
    Must wear a full shirt (No tank tops, muscle shirts, transparent shirts, hooded shirts or any strap / string type shirts.)
    Must wear a full pant (Shorts are acceptable, however, they must extend to the mid to lower thigh.)
    Must wear a covered shoe (No sandals, flip-flops, or any type of footwear that exposes the bottom or the toes of the foot.)
    No coats, jackets, sweaters or hats will be worn in the secured visiting area. Lockers are available in the Lobby to secure valuables.
    NO messages are given to inmates (written or verbal). Note: Inmates are allowed to receive letters only through regular US Postal Service.
    The Visiting Control Officer has complete discretion to refuse or discontinue a visitation.

    Rules of Conduct during visiting are posted in the waiting room.

  The Cape May County Correctional Center may limit or cancel iWebVisit.com visits at its discretion due to security reasons such as lock downs or during periods when visitations are suspended. Except for attorney and other confidential visitors, all video visitations are subject to monitoring and recording. The Cape May County Correctional Center may terminate an inmate's privilege to have video visitation at its discretion and may also terminate an on-going video visitation at its discretion.

  The rules and regulations stated under the Onsite visitation are for the Cape May County Correctional Center only. Remote Online visitation from home is offered seven days per week, up to 3 visits per day and is governed by acceptance and compliance of the Terms of Use Policy on iWebVisit.com.

  Policies concerning the iWebVisit.com system and service are always evolving and changes affecting the implementation of the service may be modified as needed.

  Please help us to provide a safe atmosphere for all our visitors and adhere to the above requirements. Failure to abide to the rules and regulations may result in visitation refusal.

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