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Visitation of Inmates at the Oneida County Jail:

The first section of this page describes routine visits with inmates, such as visits by family and friends. The visitation rules are different for professional and clergy visits. See "Other Visitation Rules" at the end of this section for additional information.

The Visitation area is located in the Correction Facility. The entrance to the visitation lobby is located directly below the "Public Safety Complex" sign.

Directions and Maps to the Correction Facility are available.

Oneida County Correction Facility
6075 Judd Road
Oriskany NY 13424

Visitation Phone: (315) 765-2380

Visitation Hours:

Visitation General:


  • Inmates will receive only non-contact visits during the first three days of incarceration. This is for classification purposes. The visits are during regular visitation hours.
  • Inmates being disciplined or under administrative segregation may be restricted to non-contact visits. The visits are only on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 7:30 AM.
  • Inmates with medical or mental health issues may be restricted to non-contact visits. The visits may only be scheduled for Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 7:30 AM.

Identification of Visitors:

Visitor Conduct and Rules:

Prohibited Items (Contraband):

Visitors are required to empty their pockets, and remove from their person all items except clothing, wedding bands, prescription eyewear and medical alert bracelets. Possession of anything else; for example: weapons, money, drugs, pens, cell phones, and pagers is illegal.You will be arrested and charged with "Promoting Prison Contraband" if you attempt to enter the visitation area in possession of any prohibited item.

This list is not inclusive of all prohibited items. If you have anything on your person other than your clothes, wedding band, medical alert bracelet or prescription eyewear, it is probably a prohibited item and therefore considered Contraband. If you do not know if an item is considered contraband, ask a Visitation Officer.

Removed items can be locked in your vehicle or deposited in coin-operated lockers with a non-refundable 25-cent deposit. Items left in the lobby and not secured in a locker are left at your own risk. Officers are not responsible for the safekeeping of your property.

Prohibited Clothing:

Visitors will not be allowed into the visiting room wearing any of the following clothing items:

Visitation officers will make final determination in questions of inappropriate clothing.

Other visitation rules and information:

Clergy Visits:

Professional Visits: