COVID-19 Latest News (Updated Aug. 11, 2020)
Lobby Video Visitation
Free video visitation in the Corrections lobby resumes Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020. Visitors must wear a mask and have their temperature checked prior to their visit. Visitors must wait outside of the building after checking in; Lobby Officers will call for and escort each visitor into the building when it is their time to use the video visitation booth. Cleaning supplies will be available for visitors to wipe down touch points in the booth before and after their visits. Lobby Officers must make sure that this occurs and follow up with another cleaning before the video visitation booth is used again. Only two individuals per inmate will be authorized to use video visitation at one time.
The Jail ATM will be available in the Corrections lobby Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020. Visitors must wear a mask and have their temperature checked prior to using the Jail ATM. Cleaning supplies will be available for visitors to wipe down touch points before and after their use. Lobby Officers must make sure that this occurs and follow up with another cleaning before the Jail ATM is used again.
Attorneys will return to contact visits Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020. The attorney must wear a mask during their visit with their client and have their temperature checked – NO EXCEPTIONS. After each use, the professional visitation room must be cleaned before room is occupied again. Supervisors will ensure this occurs.
This website will be updated to reflect any changes in facility or department services. The public is encouraged to continue accessing County Government services by phone, email and online when available.
- View a comprehensive list of online services.
- For more information about COVID-19, visit St. Charles County Department of Public Health page or call the Information Hotline at 636-949-1899.
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The mission of the St. Charles County Department of Corrections (SCCDOC) is to establish a standard of excellence in the field of corrections by providing care, custody and control for adult offenders with the goal of maintaining a secure facility and enhancing public safety within the communities of St. Charles County.
To achieve excellence in all areas of correctional practices by committing to the professional development of staff, offering evidence-based programs and rehabilitative strategies to reduce recidivism, and ensuring our employees are equipped with the best tools and resources aimed at improving community safety to move our department forward into an elite class of corrections professionals.
SCCDOC's work will be guided and informed by our beliefs and commitments to:
- Pride: We value our reputation for outstanding work.
- Professionalism: We lead by example, have respect for others and practice within the mission of SCCDOC.
- Integrity: We conduct ourselves professionally and model ethical behavior.
- Honor: We demonstrate a sense of values.
- Discipline: We accept responsibility and work hard to achieve a common goal.
- Vigilance: We ensure the safety of inmates and our community.
- Dedication: We are committed to going above and beyond in the field of corrections.