Adult Detention Center
Saturday 12:00pm - 2:30pm and Saturday 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 2:30pm and Sunday 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday12:30pm - 2:30pm and Sunday 6:00pm - 9:00pm
All visitors must register and schedule visits using the GTL link located on this page.
Visitation Rules for visitors:
Must arrive 15 minutes before scheduled visit to be checked in.
- Cell phones are not allowed in visitation. Anyone in possession of a cell phone in visitation will be removed immediately and their visitation privileges suspended for a minimum of 30 days or until reinstated by the Detention Center
- No food, drink or bags of any kind are allowed in visitation, including but not limited to purses, diaper bags, backpacks, etc.
- Visitors must be 18 years of age. Minors under 18 must be the children or step children of the inmate and can visit with presentation of a birth certificate and accompanied by the other parent of legal guardian.
- A maximum of two visits per session per visitor are allowed. Any visits in excess of the aforementioned rule will be canceled.
- No mail will be accepted from visitors, it must be sent through the US Postal Service.
- No information on inmates account or visitation list will be given out
- Have a photo identification ready! (Driver's license, identification card etc.)
Attire is to be conservative and respectable. Those wearing low-cut tops, shirts exposing any midriff areas or any clothing which is provocative in nature or deemed to be too revealing will be at the Officers discretion and your visit may be denied. Any clothing depicting images of drugs, drug use or drug paraphernalia will also be restricted.
The following titles are considered Professional visitors: Attorneys, Probation & Parole Officers, Counselors, Social Workers, Teachers, Psychiatrists/PHD. Professional Visitors may visit at any time other than the times listed below. The following times are set aside for meal delivery and mandatory headcount.
- 5:00am - 6:00am
- 7:00am - 7:30am
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- 3:00pm - 3:30pm
- 4:30pm - 5:30pm
- 11:00pm - 11:30pm
In order to maintain the integrity and security of the Detention Center professional visitors are encouraged to use our non-contact visitation rooms to conduct their visit. Only Attorneys, Law Enforcement and Psychiatrist/PHD will be granted permission to use our contact visitation areas for your visit, if needed. All professional visitors must bring proper ID, register and wear a visitor's pass, visible at all times.
Any person who enters the secure area of the Detention Center may at the discretion of the correctional staff be subjected to a pat down of his or her person and an inspection of any containers, briefcases, purses, bags etc. being carried. The pat down procedure shall be conducted by a Correctional Officer of the same gender.
Ministry Visits for Inmates
The following are the guidelines for ministry visits:
- Ministry visits from Clergy or Ministry Volunteers must be scheduled at one day prior to the actual requested visit time.
- To schedule visits use the GTL link located on the Sheriff Department Corrections page. Visits may be scheduled more than one day in advance.
- The scheduled visit date and time will be entered in the Inmate's Visitation Schedule.
- Ministry visits will be allowed to last 30 minutes.
- Visitors that are more than 10 minutes late will need to reschedule.
- When a visitor is late the visit will may shortened, depending on the visitation scheduled.
- Clergy or Ministry Volunteers may schedule visits with more than one inmate, but may not have multiple visits with the same inmate on the same day.
- Photo ID must be presented by all Clergy or Ministry Volunteers.
- Clergy do not need a Ministry Volunteer ID from Chaplin Rick, but must present credentials that identify them as Clergy. If Clergy members do not have identification, they are required to have a Ministry Volunteer ID Badge from Chaplin Rick
- All ministry visits will take place in the "Clergy" visitation room provided in each visitation area.
- Due to room limitations, only one ministry visit at a time will be permitted in each visitation area.
Ministry visitation may be scheduled during the following times:
Monday - Thursday
- 9:00am -11:30am
- 1:00pm - 3:00pm
- 3:30pm - 4:40pm
- 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Friday - Sunday
- 9:00am - 11:30am
New inmates Beginning Sentences
The Sheboygan County Detention Center is designed to hold minimum security inmates,as well as medium and maximum security male and female inmates. A handbook is provided to all inmates housed in this facility. The handbook is to help inmates understand how the Detention Center works and what is expected of them.
A few highlights from the handbook are provided below for the families and friends of inmates being housed or coming into the Detention Center to serve a sentence.
Once you have been to court and have been sentenced you must contact the Sheboygan County Detention Center to obtain a Huber Packet and set a day and time to turn yourself in. This can be done stopping at the Detention Center (2923 S 31st St) and speaking with our staff. You can also print off the packet ahead of time by clicking on this link.
This packet must be completed prior to turning yourself in and brought with at your time of booking. If this is not completed satisfactorily you will not be allowed out for work/childcare etc.
FEESIN ADDITION TO THE HUBER PACKET, YOU WILL ALSO NEED TO BRING IN THE FOLLOWING:
If Working or Child Care; $20.00 per day
1 Week Meals and Maintenance ($140.00), plus Booking Fee ($30.00) Total = $170.00
Full-time College Student, not employed; $10.00 per day
1 Week Meals and maintenance ($70.00), plus Booking Fee ($30.00) Total = $100.00
Full-time High School Student; not employed $0.00 per dayIf serving less than 15 days, Full Meals and Maintenance+$30.00 Booking Fee is required at time of booking.
1 Week Meal and Maintenance ($0.00), Plus Booking Fee ($30.00) Total = $30.00
OTHER ITEMS NEEDEDIF DRIVING - DRIVERS LICENSE, AUTO INSURANCE
IF SELF EMPLOYED - BUSINESS INSURANCE, CONTRACTS AND TAXES
CHILDCARE - BIRTH CERTIFICATE(S) AND SPOUSE'S WORK HOURS FROM EMPLOYER
**PLEASE REVIEW THE HUBER PACKET FOR MORE INFORMATION**
- The Sheboygan County Detention Center has a policy that restricts items that may be dropped off for inmates. No items other than what is listed below will be accepted unless prior permission from Detention Center staff is granted.
If you are dropping off Medication for an inmate the following rules apply: Medication must be in original packaging with the original label from the pharmacy clearly stating the name of the inmate. The medication must be current and not expired. Each medication must be in its own separate packaging; any mixed medication will not be accepted. The medication will be logged and the count verified by the individual excepting the medication. You will then have to sign verifying that the information is correct. The medication will be given to our medical staff for approval. All medication distributed in the Detention Center must be approved by the Detention Center doctor.
If an inmate has a jury trial and has had approval for court attire the following items may be dropped off at the Detention Center for inspection and approval.
1 pair of dress pants
1 dress shirt
1 sport coat
1 pair of dress socks
1 pair of dress shoes
1 dress, skirt or slacks
1 pair of dress shoes
1 pair of socks or hose
- Medical and Mental Health:
Medical Staff - MD, RN & LPN (MD at facility one time per week)
Monday thru Thursdays 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 7:00 am - 11:00 am
Mental Health Staff - Social Worker
Monday - Friday - Daily hours vary
Medical Diets and Food Allergies:
- It is your responsibility to let staff know if you have a food allergy or need a medical diet. This request will be evaluated at the time of booking for immediate need.
- Write a request to the nurse indicating your food allergy and/or need for a medical diet. The medical staff may request medical records to verify the need for a special diet.
- It is your responsibility to avoid foods you may have an allergy to until a diet can be arranged for you.
- Meal recipes will not be changed based on food preferences.
Emergency Sick Call Request
- Direct all EMERGENCY medical situations to any correctional staff.
Non-Emergency Sick Call Request
- Complete an Inmate Request for Health Care form.
- Contact a corrections officer if you are in need of more request forms
- Nursing staff will evaluate your request, meet with you, consult the MD and make necessary recommendations for your care.
- Nurse sick call - Monday thru Friday, fee $5.00
- MD Sick call - one time per week, fee $7.00
- Dental request are limited to emergency situations only and are approved by the MD on a case-by-case basis.
Huber release inmates have the privilege of utilizing outside health agencies for medical and mental health care. These appointments must be made according to guidelines listed below:
- Appointment cards must be submitted to the medical department 48 hours prior to appointment, not including weekends and holidays.
- Appointments will be verified with your doctor's office.
- Appointment cards may be faxed to the facility (920-459-1310). Do not have your doctor, friends or family call the facility with dates and times.
- All request for outside medical appointment will need to be validated by a nurse or supervisor. You may be charged $5.00 for a nurse sick call depending on care provided.
- Working/School Huber Inmates - Appointments may be made before or after work/school.
- Non-Working Huber Inmates - Appointments must be made on Tuesdays.
- You will NOT be allowed to leave the facility on your day off or during weekends. *Please alert any staff if a medical need arises.
- Appointment dates and times may change to fit the above schedule after consultation with our physician.
- NOTE - Inmates are not allowed out for physicals, eye appointments, chiropractor or dental cleanings unless a need has been validated by a nurse or supervisor. These requests are handled on a case-by-case basis.
- Medications must be turned in at time of booking. Over the counter and prescription.
- Medications are kept on the medication cart and are given by nurses or correctional staff.
- Medications will be taken in the presence of a nurse or correctional staff.
- A visual mouth inspection will be performed after medication is taken. NOTE: Any attempt to check a medication or alter the visual mouth check may result in an alternate method of medication delivery.
- All medications must be approved by the jail MD. NOTE: Narcotics and Benzodiazepines are used on limited basis in the jail setting. A medical records request will be done to validate the medical necessity of these medications.
- Only medication purchased from canteen are allowed to be kept in your cell. NOTE: The medical department may make special arrangements for you to keep other medications/items in your cell.
- Over the counter medications are not allowed unless they prescribed by your personal doctor or the jail physician. NOTE: Personal bottles of Acetaminophen (Tylenol) and Ibuprofen (Motrin) are not allowed to be brought in. However you may purchase packets of these OTC medication from canteen.
- Medications are delivered two times a daily, morning and evening. NOTE: Some medications may require more delivery times; the medical staff will address these needs on a case-by-case basis. It is your responsibility to remind staff of your special medication dosing time.
- Stockpiling and/or sharing of a medication is not allowed and will not be tolerated. Both of these offenses are considered major rule violations and will be dealt with accordingly.
- Inmates that use or are in possession of any medication that has not been approved for their use by medical staff are in violation of jail rules and may be subject to prosecution.
- Do not bring a paper prescription needing to filled to the facility. You must have a pharmacy fill this prior to returning to the facility.
- If you are returning from a medical appointment, have you medication filled before returning to the facility. NOTE: You will not be allowed out of the facility to fill prescriptions once you have returned to the facility. A friend or family member will need to pick up the written script and get it filled for you and drop them off.
- Medication must be turned in, in their entirety, DO NOT take any medications prior to returning to the facility. NOTE: All medications are subject to jail MD's approval.
- Medication may not be ordered from a pharmacy and delivered to the facility, however special circumstances may exist and arrangements may be made IF payment has been made prior to the medication arriving at the facility. NO CASH ON DELIVERY ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
- Medications may NOT be billed to the facility. This cost is your responsibility.
- Sample medications are allowed IF we are able to verify the dosing instructions with your primary care doctor.
- Medications left behind at the facility will be destroyed 30 days after your release date. NOTE: It is your responsibility to notify staff you have medications at the time of your release.
- Controlled substances that are in storage during your incarceration can only be dispensed by medical staff, Monday thru Friday 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM.
- As needed medications are used on a limited basis. It is your responsibility to request any as needed medication. This request needs to be mail one hour prior to medication delivery time.
- Notify medical staff if you have any medical conditions requiring assistive devices, egg crate mattress, pillow or respiratory equipment.
- Notify medical staff immediately if you have ant wounds, cuts and/or cold or flu-like symptoms.
There are no restrictions on the amount of mail an inmate may receive or send. There is no limit the amount of outgoing legal mail. If an inmate does not have funds to cover their outgoing legal mail, they will be given envelopes his or her account will be charged postage. There is no charge on legal mail sent to the courts or Public Defender within Sheboygan County. Envelopes must be legible, free of drawings, stickers, perfumes or any other odors and have your return address and the inmate's full name clearly indicated. If a letter is received not following these guidelines, the letter may be returned or placed in the inmate's property bag and given to them upon their release.
Our mailing Address:
2923 South 31st Street
Sheboygan WI 53081
All in-coming and out-going non-privileged mail will opened and screened for security purposes. Mail that is considered a security breach or contains contraband will not be delivered and may be held for evidence. In-coming mail will be distributed within 24 hours of being received. Magazine, newspapers subscriptions and books must be mail directly from the publisher or from an approved bookstore/retail store. Subscription must be paid prior to receiving material. Bulk/Junk mail will not be processed.
Items that will not be accepted: Polaroid photographs, Blank writing paper or envelopes, any material depicting violence, drug use, nudity, racism, gang activity or potential threats to safety and security issues. These item will placed in the inmates property, returned to sender or forwarded to law-enforcement officials.
- In-coming telephone calls or messages will not be accepted for any inmate. Emergency calls will be referred to a supervisor for verification. The telephones in the pods operate an out-going collect call system and are operator assisted. Three way calls are not allowed and are subject to disciplinary action. All calls are recorded and can be monitored. The phones operate between 8:00am -10:00pm and there is a 15 minute time limit per phone call. Inmates will need to redial each time to connection has been terminated. NOTE: 3 way calls are prohibited.
The inmate may purchase $10 (20 minute) and $20 (40 minutes) phone by submitting a request slip to the bookkeeper. They will be issued on Tuesday and Thursday. If you have problems with the phone service you may call 1-800-844-6591.
- Cash is to be deposited in the KIOSK in the Detention Center entrance (located at 2923 S 31st St Sheboygan WI 53081). Funds may be sent by mail in the form of a money order or cashier's check, (Sorry no personal checks.) but may not exceed $500.00. Huber inmates when returning from work or appointments may place monies in an envelope and hand to the officer checking them in. Huber inmates who want funds from their account must submit a request to the bookkeeper. Non-Huber inmates may not request monies from their account, they will receive their money upon their release.
If a person is incarcerated in the Sheboygan County Detention and is being held on a Cash Bond, unpaid fines or unpaid Child Support, the following information may be helpful.If the inmate is being held here for unpaid child support from Sheboygan County, please contact the Child Support Office listed below. If the warrant is from a county other than Sheboygan, then that county will need to be contacted.
Courthouse Annex - 2nd Floor
615 North 6th Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081
PHONE: (920) 459-3041
If the inmate is being held on a failure to pay fines commitment and is given a dollar amount to pay, they may do so with cash or credit/debit cards at the Sheboygan County Sheriff Department located at: 525 North 6th Street Sheboygan, WI 53081 (First floor). You may also pay your fines using your credit/debit card online by clicking here or calling 1-888-604-7888. You may use more than one card to make payments. You will need the following information to make a payment.
Pay Code: 2684 or 5509**Please be aware that GovPayNet does charge a service fee, review their website for details**
2684 - Sheboygan County Bond 5509 - Out of County Bond / Municipal Bond / Child Support
Defendant's Name / DOB:
Court Case Number:
Charge / Arrest Date:
If Out of county Location:
Payment Amount: $
A payment plan request can also be submitted if the fine is from Sheboygan County or Municipal Court. You may also submit a payment plan request by completing one of the forms below. Once the form is completed, please submit it to Sheboygan County Clerk of Courts.
If you are not employed please use this form: Unemployed
If your fine is a Municipal Court fine, please contact at 920-459-0212 - Fax 920-459-0217