ALL VISITORS ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH UPON ENTERING JUVENILE HALL
Important Information for Parents or Legal Guardians
Pursuant to Title 15, § 1374, Marin County Juvenile Hall provides two hours of visitation per week. Visits at Juvenile Hall are limited as follows:
Wednesday: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
You must schedule the appointment 24 hours in advance.
Visits are limited to parents or legal guardians only. No one under 21 is allowed to visit. Waiting in the lobby is not allowed.
Visitors are required to present a photo I.D. to be photocopied.
Visitors must leave all personal belongings in their cars. Contraband includes but is not limited to pocket knives, firearms, weapons, explosives, tear gas/pepper spray, purses, cell phones and food items. Anyone who brings contraband into Juvenile Hall may be criminally prosecuted and have their visiting privileges revoked.
Visitors are required to fill out a personal information form for security purposes.
Visitors who present a security or safety concern will be asked to leave.
Juvenile Hall provides all items necessary for your child’s well-being. Tennis shoes and stamps are the only two items permitted to be left for minors.
All medication for a child is to be cleared through medical staff.
The cost of care for a child while he/she is in detention has been set by the Board of Supervisors. For billing information, contact the Central Collections Division of the Treasurer’s office. The telephone number is (415) 499-7555.
Here is some additional information for your visit
- Leave your purse, cell phone, and other personal property in your car. Please make sure to bring your identification with you.
- Do not bring children into the Juvenile Hall lobby.
- No unauthorized visitors may wait in the lobby.
- Absolutely no food or beverage is to be brought into Juvenile Hall.
- Do not bring letters or postcards. Detainees are only permitted letters or postcards which come through the U.S. mail.
- Books may be sent but must be sent by a book store (paperback books only!). Juvenile Hall is not responsible for the return of books.
- Nothing, except the detainee’s personal belongings, may be taken out of Juvenile Hall.
- Tennis shoes and stamps are the only items permitted to be left for detainees.
- If you have questions or concerns regarding Marin County Juvenile Hall operations, please request a form at the front desk.
- Remember, visiting is a privilege.
Thank you. Enjoy your visit.