INMATE SERVICES

Rappahannock Regional Jail
ACCOUNTS

There is a new way to place money on a current inmate's account. Please see the information sheet accessible with the link below, follow the directions to the website, and you are on your way to giving your loved one a monetary gift from your home computer!

Rappahannock Regional Jail
BOND | RELEASE | SENTENCING

The Rappahannock Regional Jail follows guidelines set forth by the local and state Departments of Correction for bond, release and sentencing. Victims and witnesses who request to be notified of an inmate's release date must file an application with the local Victims/Witness Coordinator.

Rappahannock Regional Jail
MAIL

Incoming mail is received Monday – Saturday (except holidays). A staff member will deliver incoming mail to inmates within 24 hours after it is received.

Rappahannock Regional Jail
PHONE CALLS

Telephone privileges are granted to inmates in the general population. Inmates are allowed to make collect calls to land lines or cell phones. Long distance calls are subject to additional fees.

COMMISSARY & FOOD

The Rappahonnok Regional Jail now offers several ways to purchase items for an inmate. 

Rappahannock Regional Jail
PROPERTY EXCHANGES

Any inmate transferred to another facility will be allowed to take all property allowed by that facility.  Any property items not allowed will be held at this facility for 30 days from date of transfer.

VISITATION - REGULAR
Rappahannock Regional Jail

Family and friends may schedule a visit to the jail in person or online video with the Renovo-Web Scheduler. All visits are Monday through Friday only. Only two (2) visitors are allowed per inmate. This includes babies and children.

Rappahannock Regional Jail
AT-HOME VISITATION

Visitors can now register for, schedule and conduct inmate visitations online. 

GTL TABLET ACCESS

Friends and family can now add money to a tablet account for messaging, games, books, streaming music and much more!

Rappahannock Regional Jail
VISITATION - PROFESSIONALS

A visitor from a legal or medical entity, such as the courts, mental health, or law enforcement.

 

Professionals include:

 

  • Attorneys or authorized members of their staff

  • Probation and Parole Officers

  • Social Workers

  • Police Officers

  • Mental Health Professionals who are cleared by the jail

  • Clergy who have been cleared by the jail