The Las Colinas Detention Facility (LCDF) is a female only jail that houses all levels of inmates — from the minor misdemeanor offenders to violent cases.
Las Colinas Jail Visiting
- Las Colinas Jail visitor reservations must be booked a full day in advance.
- To make a visitor reservation, you must give the receptionist your full name, address, DOB and phone number.
- Once a visitation has been booked, no new guests can be scheduled in later over the phone.
- Visits can be changed and cancelled for facility security or disciplinary reasons, without prior warning.
- Any visitor who causes a disruption will be asked to leave.
- An inmate will not be allowed to receive visitors on a day that they must attend court.
- Late visitors may not be admitted.
- Whether you are a scheduled visitor or a walk-in, you must check in one hour prior to each visit. Handicap accessible sections of the visiting area are available to anyone who needs them.
- Only 3 visitors (including children) may see a defendant and then only once daily. Minors need to be escorted by a parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
- Inmates are allowed to have two, thirty-minute visits from friends and/or family weekly.
- Working inmates may be awarded extra visiting time, but this is contingent upon their work schedule.
- Visitors will be separated from inmates by a glass window. Talking is only permitted through telephone handsets and may be recorded.
- Social visits may monitored by a Watch Commander.
- If you are a parolee, a Watch Commander must approve your visit. If you committed a felony and/or or you have a prison record, you are not allowed inside a county jail without permission.
- Visitors 16 years of age or older will be required to produce an unexpired picture ID to gain admittance.
- Walk-in visits are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.