Frequently Asked Jail Questions continued . . .
F.A.Q. - Medical, Clergy, Location, Court Time and Hours
- Q. Do Inmates receive Medical Attention?
- A. Yes. We have onsite medical services. There are co-payments for medical fees. Fees will bek dkucted from the inmate's individual commissary funds at the time medical services are requested and provided. If an inmate has any type of medical insurance available, it is the inmate's responsibility to make the Jail Nurse aware of the insurance and all respective insurance policy numbers.
- Mental Health services and evaluations are provided by the Washington County Mental Health Center. If you need to speak with a crisis worker, please notify the Jail staff and we will contact them for you. Medical care will not be refused to any inmate based on his/her ability to pay. Inmates under the Huber Law are responsible for all medical costs incurred while in custody.
- Q. Can my Clergy visit me in Jail?
- A. Yes. Personal visits by bona fide ministers, priests, etc. within the open hours defined under Jail Hours will be permitted. Clergy must be on approved list. All visits will be no-contact visits. Prior approval must bemade for contact visits. Requests for a contact visit must be made in writing prior to the day of your visit. The Jail Chaplain provides religious counseling and guidance on Monday and Thursday afternoons. If you need to pseak to the Chaplain, please make a request on the Inmate Request Form. Additional Bible studies are currently available.
- Q. Where should I report?
- A. Washington Co Jail, 500 N Schmidt Rd, West Bend, WI 53095 Located behind the Court House enter through the RED DOORS.
- Failure to report on the court ordered date will result in a warrant for your arrest. You may jeopardize your Huber privileges as a result.
- Do not report under the influence of alcohol or drugs!!! You will be tested prior to being allowed to work. If you test positive you will be subject of disciplinary action and you may be held in from work, lose good time and/or your Huber could be revoked.
- Q. What time is court?
- A. The Jail does not receive a time from the courts when an inmate with new charges or on a warrant will have to appear. As soon as we receive a call from our clerks the inmate is taken to court. The Washington County courts are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Inmates being held in the Jail on a cash bond will most likely have a scheduled court date. This information can be found on line at: http://wcca.wicourts.gov/index.xsl for all circuit court cases.
- Q. What are the Jail hours?
- A. Jail hours are defined as 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The Jail will be closed during the following hours:
- 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
10:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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