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What do visitors need to bring when going to the DeKalb County jail?

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Visitors require valid identification to visit inmates in the DeKalb County Jail in Georgia, according to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office. Acceptable forms of identification include military identification or a state-issued driver's license or identification card. The jail does not allow electronic devices, including cell phones, inside the facility.

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Scheduling of visitation is by inmate's last name, according to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office. For example, Saturday is the visitation day for inmates with last names that begin with the letters A through E as of 2015.

Inmates with last names beginning with the letters F through J have visitation on Sunday. Visitation for inmates with last names starting with K through N is on Monday. Tuesday is for inmates with last names beginning with the letters O through R, S through V visitation is on Wednesday, and those with last names starting with W through Z have visitation on Thursday. Special-needs inmates have visitation on Friday, and those in disciplinary segregation housing do not have visitors.

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