Fauquier County Adult Detention Center
50 West Lee Street,Warrenton, Virginia 20186
Emergency Dial 9-1-1
Email Captain Lavoie
Email Lieutenant Harris
For general information regarding an incarcerated person, you may call the booking desk at 540-422-8700.
The Fauquier County ADC is only authorized to release the following information on currently incarcerated inmates:
COURT OF JURISDICTION (not court date)
Court Dates/Release Dates
For security reasons, the Fauquier ADC will not give out Court dates or release dates to the public.
- Bonding is available 24 hours per day/7 days a week
- If an inmate is eligible for bond, it may be posted in a variety of ways:
- Cash - Posted directly with the Magistrate or Court
- Property - Contact the local Magistrate for Property Bond requirements
- Private Bail bondsman - Names/phone numbers may be viewed in the local phone directory or online. Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office employees are not allowed to recommend bail bonding companies or individuals.
Fauquier County is also a member of the Northwestern Regional Jail Authority located in Winchester, Virginia. This partnership allows us to transfer inmates due to over population, medical concerns or other security reasons. If an inmate has been transferred to the regional jail, you may contact them at 540-665-6374 or at www.nradc.com
Additional Contact Information
Inmate Accounts: (Inmate funds, canteen/commissary, release of funds): Ms. Jenkins (540) 422-8628 or email@example.com
Inmate Records: Ms. Wright (540)422-8784, 422-8664 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Department: 540-422-8778
Inmate Vocational Programs
- Trusty Program – This is a highly structured program that allows inmates to work in and around the facility to perform such tasks as food service, cleaning, and minor repair work.
- Inmate Work Force Program – This program is overseen by the Sheriff’s Office and managed by Fauquier County General Services, Environmental Services and W.S.A., respectively. Fauquier County employees, bonded by the Fauquier Circuit Court, are utilized to supervise inmate workers to provide a wide range of services from cleaning county buildings to landscaping and snow removal on State, County or Town properties. Non-violent offenders are permitted to participate in this program, provided they meet all program criteria. These guidelines insure the safety and security of the citizens of Fauquier County.
- Work Release Program – The Work Release Program allows non-violent offenders, who are sentenced within program guidelines, to maintain employment while serving their sentence. All inmates are thoroughly screened prior to placement on the program and on-site job checks, as well as alcohol and drug screens are performed routinely. Inmates are also monitored by G.P.S. technology and employers are required to monitor participants while at work.
- Electronic Incarceration Program – Home incarceration is an alternative, cost-effective method of incarceration, by electronic G.P.S. monitoring, that allows inmates to maintain employment and/or continue to reside at their place of residence, while serving their sentence. Eligibility requirements include, but are not limited to:
- Good conduct during traditional incarceration
- 6 months or less to serve
- Having a permanent local address
- Participants must pay fees for leasing of the required equipment and are subject to random home visits and random drug/alcohol screening.
- In instances where adequate cellular service is not available at the location of the residence, a landline telephone may be required for participation.
(Persons with a prior history of escape, sex crimes, excessive drug abuse/drug distribution or other violent crimes do not qualify for vocational programs.)
OTHER PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Aside from inmate work programs we also offer the following self-help and rehabilitative programs for inmates who wish to participate. Detailed information about these programs is given during the booking process and available in the inmate handbook:
- Church/Spiritual Services are provided by volunteer members of the local clergy and cover a variety of denominations and religions.
- Mental health counseling and group therapy is provided by Rappahannock/Rapidan Community Services Board (C.S.B.)
- Substance Abuse
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Celebrate Recovery
- Spirit Works (Peer to Peer counseling)
- Medically assisted treatment, to deter drug usage upon release, for inmates screened and approved by C.S.B.
- G.E.D./High School Equivalency education and testing is provided by Piedmont Regional Adult Education
All programs are conducted by volunteer/non-profit groups and are no expense to Fauquier County Citizens.
Inmates are allowed one in-person visit per week, on either Saturday or Sunday.
Female Inmate visiting hours are: 12:00 Noon – 1:00PM
Male Inmate visiting hours are: 1:00PM – 3:30PM
Visitors may be friends or relatives and each inmate is required to complete a visitor registration form that lists no more than three authorized visitors. The list may be changed once every thirty days.
Visitors are required to have an assigned time for visitation. All visitors must call the ADC booking desk at 540-422-8700, the day of the requested visitation, between the hours of 8:00AM and 11:00AM for their appointment time. Visits last approximately 20-25 minutes.
No one under the age of 18 may visit unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Visitors are required to provide identification and are subject to search.
Inmates in general population also have access to the “Homewav” video visitation system from 6:00AM until 11:00PM, seven days per week. Visits of this nature may be scheduled with inmates, using the Homewav kiosk located at the visitation entrance of the building, or on any personal electronic device with internet access.
As with on-site visits, all registered visitors must be at least 18 years of age and a valid I.D. is required when setting up an account or signing into the system.
For more information on establishing a Homewav account, or to schedule Homewav visits, please log on to www.homewav.com.
All newly incarcerated inmates receive two free telephone calls at their time of committal.
Once housed in general population, inmates have access to a telephone from 6:00AM – 11:00PM daily. They are allowed to make out-going calls only, which are either placed collect or with funds from their inmate commissary account. They may not receive incoming calls or messages unless it is a life/death emergency, which will be verified by a deputy or other staff member prior to issuing the message to the inmate.
If you wish to establish an account for an inmate on your personal landline or cellular phone, you may do so by calling 1-800-PAYTELL or online at www.paytel.com.
Please be aware that there are fees associated with both Homewav and the PAYTEL systems, even if a call is local.
Due to security concerns, no clothing, food or other outside items will be accepted for inmates.
Inmates are able to purchase a variety of items from our commissary, including hygiene products, clothing, snack foods, stationary items, etc. Inmates are permitted to establish a financial account for this purpose as well as purchasing phone time with the PAYTEL system.
Funds may be applied to an inmate's account in the form of CASH or credit/debit card at the commissary KIOSK, located at the front entrance of the ADC, or on-line at www.jailatm.com.
We no longer accept money orders for inmate accounts, with the exception of an out-of-state money order, received in the mail, or extenuating circumstances on a case-by-case basis.
Inmates are allowed access to current periodicals and the jail library once per week. They may also receive books, magazines and newspapers that are shipped directly from the publisher to the ADC.
Inmates may send and receive an unlimited amount of mail. Stamps may be purchased through the inmate commissary and legal mail is mailed free of charge.
For safety and security reasons, all incoming mail is screened for contraband, then photo-copied before being distributed to the inmate. Original letters, cards and photographs are not retained.
Attempting to mail drugs or other unauthorized material to an inmate is a criminal offense.