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SPECIAL NOTICE:  Effective Wednesday, February 3, 2016, face to face visitation will end and video visitation will be implemented.

Registration for visits must be completed at least 48 hours prior to the actual visit.  New Visitation rules are now available on the visitation website

Registration will be opened as of January 20, 2016, with the first visitation dates available on February 3, 2016.

Please be patient as we start this new process that will allow more available visitation time and the ability to visit from offsite locations.  Regular Visits will only be available via video, but the two visits per week from the jail lobby will be free of charges.  Visits from the jail lobby will be Monday – Friday and visits from offsite locations via the internet will be available all 7 days a week.  Hours available for visits are listed on the website link.

Below is the current schedule for visitation with inmates in the Jail and Huber sections, but this will no longer exist effective February 3, 2016.

  Tuesday - Thursday Saturday & Sunday
Jail Section
9:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
7:00 p.m. -   9:00 p.m.
3:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Huber Section
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
7:00 p.m. -   9:00 p.m.
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
7:00 p.m. -   9:00 p.m.

There is no visitation on Mondays or Fridays.  Visitors must be 18 years of age.  Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  Proper photo ID must be shown.

Inmates are allowed 2 visits during the week and 1 visit on the weekend, for a total of 3 visits per week.


INSTRUCTIONS:  You are required to serve a term of confinement in the Walworth County Huber Dorm/Work Release Center commencing on (date) at 8:00 A.M. or before.  To schedule an early report date you must contact (262) 741-4580 and ask to speak to a Huber Sergeant.  YOU MUST REPORT ON TIME AND HAVE A .00% BLOOD ALCOHOL AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LEVEL

Please allow 2-3 hours for processing time once you arrive at the facility.  You will be orientated as to the rules and regulations of the Walworth County Huber Dorm/Work Release Center.  You will be allowed to go to work upon completion of your orientation.  While on active Huber Law, you must turn over all earnings to the Sheriff of Walworth County pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 303.08(3).  From those wages, board and financial obligations will be deducted and the balance of those wages deposited in a personal account.  An amount necessary for personal expenses will be returned to you on a scheduled basis. Your board amount has been set by Walworth County under Ordinance No.139; it is the policy of the Walworth County Huber Dorm/Work Release Center to collect this fee one week in advance. UPON ARRIVAL AT THE HUBER DORM YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BRING THE AMOUNT OF $151.00. IF YOU ARE SELF-EMPLOYED YOU MUST BRING $320.00 when turning yourself in. If you have any questions regarding your confinement please contact Huber Control at 262-741-4580. 

If you are self-employed you must bring verification of that status. Tax returns from previous years, Tax ID numbers, and business cards should be brought with you on your report-in day. The only personal items that you are allowed to bring with you are the clothes necessary for work.

If you are currently taking any prescription medications, a written order on prescription paper from you primary physician along with the medication is required at the time of booking. If you have more than one primary physician (i.e., family doctor, psychiatrist, specialist, etc.) each separate order must be supplied with a phone number and diagnosis for the accompanying medication. There are three medication passes per day.

You are further advised that if you fail to report to jail after (date) you may be charged with the crime of “Failure to Report to Jail” contrary to s.946.425 Wis. Stats. This is a misdemeanor if your sentence is less than 10 days; however, if your sentence is ten days or longer, it is a felony.


Electronic Monitoring minimum requirements:

1. Sentenced to Huber
2. Must be Walworth County resident
3. Must have a working landline phone - no VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone lines
4. Must submit EM (Electronic Monitoring) application 
Pass an EM background check
6. Must be able to report to EM office when directed

All applications will be reviewed on a first come - first served basis.  Eligible inmates will be released at a time determined by the Electronic Monitoring staff.  Electronic Monitoring inmates will be billed $17.00 per day.  They will be required to submit to alcohol breath tests and random UAs.  Those on Electronic Monitoring are subject to random house checks by Walworth County deputies or law enforcement.  All EM applicants that are court ordered to install ignition interlock devices must provide proof that such device has been installed.

Placement on EM is at the discretion of the EM staff.  EM is considered a housing assignment where all Jail, Huber and EM rules apply.  Any violations may result in the loss of the EM privileges/program and the inmate will be returned to in-custody housing and subject to disciplinary action.



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