During the past year plus, we have restricted the ADC inmate visitation to one (1) adult visitor.
Effective, Sunday, 11-14-21, we are returning to the normal visitation practice.
"Only two visitors will be allowed during each (inmates) visitation period. Children age five and older will be counted as one of the two visitors. Children under age five will be counted as a lap child and will not be counted as one of the two visitors. Only one lap child is allowed during a visit. A parent or legal Guardian must accompany any minor child during the visit."
"Visitors under the age of 21 must be accompanied by a parent or another adult over the age of 21. The only exception is; the visitor is the inmates legal spouse and presents a valid marriage license and proper photo ID. Common law marriages are not recognized."
Heros Will Never Be Forgotten
The Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office serves the Wyandotte County, Kansas area and provides a safe and secure environment for citizens and visitors.
Our full service law enforcement agency consists of an Administration Office, Adult and Juvenile Detention Centers, Training, Reserve Unit, Field Services, Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team (SERT), and an Investigations Division. Operating out of the Wyandotte County Courthouse.
The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the county jail and providing charge and custody of the Adult and Juvenile Detention facilities.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) gives public access to information on convictions of certain sex, violent and drug offenses, as set forth in the Kansas Offender Registration Act (K.S.A. 22-4901 et seq.).
The Sheriff’s Office no longer enters data into the Offender Watch System or send out notifications. Please use the KBI website to receive community notifications.