How do I setup visitation with an inmate?

On-site visitation is available two times a week.  To schedule an appointment, you will need to set up a visitor account by going to the following website: We offer on-site as well as remote video visitation.

VISITATION HOURS - ON SITE: Sundays & Wednesdays: 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Holiday visitation will be the same as above if the holiday falls on a visitation day.

ALL visitors MUST set up an online account to visit either in person or VIDEO VISIT. Please go online to the NCIC website to set up your account. Once your online account has been set up and approved you may call the jail to set up an ON-SITE visit.

What to expect when you arrive for your visit:  When you arrive for your visit please leave all electronic devices, backpacks, purses, etc. in your vehicle. Have your photo Identification ready. No one will be allowed in to visit without an ID. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. All visitors will be searched for weapons and contraband. The search may consist of a pat-down search and/or a metal detector. Visitors must be dressed properly, please do not wear clothing that would be considered too short, tight, or low cut. You will be asked to change or cover up before being allowed to visit. To be considerate of others that may have breathing issues please do not wear an overabundance of perfume or cologne. 

VISITATION HOURS - OFF SITE (VIDEO VISIT):  Video visits may be scheduled for any day of the week from the hours of 7:00 am to 9:30 pm. Please go to the NCIC website and follow the instructions on how to schedule your video visit. Once you have completed all the requirements and funded the inmate’s account you will be able to visit via video from your home computer or cell phone using the mobile app. If you need any assistance with setting up your account or setting up an appointment please call NCIC at 1-844-724-2076 or the Orange Beach Jail at 251-981-5298.  

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