Visitation

In order to ensure safety standards for COVID-19, the Detention Center will be offering limited on-site visits to the general public. The days open for visitation will start with three days and increase slowly to ensure that all safety standards are adhered to for all. The personal safety of everyone is our priority. The new 3 day schedule is listed below.

The general public may visit inmates at Kenton County Detention Center. The County Detention Center houses Federal, State, and County inmates. Visiting hours (Visitation Schedule) vary and are subject to change without prior notice.

General Public Visiting Guidelines

Minors are not allowed to visit on weekdays. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. All persons requesting visitation must have valid photo identification such as: 

  • U.S. Military identification card
  • A valid school photo identification card
  • A valid Identification Card or driver's license
  • A valid Passport/Visa or Alien Registration card

Record checks may be made, if considered necessary, for the security of the inmates, employees, visitors, and the facility.

Scheduling a Visit

Visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.

Onsite Video Visits

Onsite video visits are scheduled online.

Online Visits

Schedule online visits via Combined Public Communications (Friends and Family).

Visitation Hours

Visitation hours are as follows: 

All Dorms (Except Dorms 102, 104 and 107)

  • Wednesday & Friday
    8 AM to 11 AM; 1 PM to 2:30 PM

Dorms 102, 104 and 107 Only

  • Saturday
    8:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Online Visits

  • Daily
    6 PM to 9 PM