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Bibb Correctional Facility

Bibb Correctional Facility

565 Bibb Lane, Brent, Alabama 35034

Phone :
(205) 926-5252
Website :
Inmate Locator :

Bibb Correctional Facility Visiting Information:

Inmates are allowed a scheduled visit every week. Forms must be filled out by inmates indicating which family members and friends may visit up to a maximum of three (3) persons per visit. Visitors must show proper picture identification. See Visitation schedule on page 13.

Any visitor who comes at non-scheduled times must have approval by the Corrections Major or Captain and must show proper picture identification. Visitors are subject to a search by an official of the same sex if the shift supervisor has
reasonable suspicion that the person is concealing a weapon or contraband. A visitor's refusal to consent to a search may be grounds for denying visitation and removing them from the approved visitors list.

The shift supervisor may turn away any visitor if such a visit endangers the security, health or welfare of anyone at the Bibb County Jail.

Visitors are subject to the following rules:
a. Visitors must enter at the Hawthorne Street entrance at the rear of the jail.
b. Each visitor must present (1) pieces of valid picture identification.
c. Visitors are required to register with the visitation official at the Visitation Desk.
d. Visitor must be listed on the inmate’s visitation card.
e. Visitors may bring money orders (no cash or checks).
f. Visitors must wear proper clothing and are not allowed to wear tank tops(including men),
halter tops, halter dresses, no mini dresses, no mini skirts or tight outfits, shorts must be to
the knees.
g. No purses, keys, lighters, cigarettes, cellular phones, food, drinks, guns or knives allowed.
No recording devices, digital or analog, voice, video or cameras allowed.
h. No more than three (3) visitors are allowed at one time.
i. Visitors may not possess any type of weapon or contraband. Visitors who do so will be
prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
j. Visitors who are intoxicated or uncooperative will not be allowed to visit and are subject to
be prosecuted.
k. Visitors must leave the visiting area when instructed to do so by an official.
l. Visitors are not allowed to enter any other area in the facility without being escorted by a
jail official.
m. Visitors under the age of eighteen (18) may visit only if they are a member of the inmate's
immediate family and are accompanied by an adult, parent or guardian.
n. Persons released from the Bibb County Jail, or who are on probation, parole or other
forms of conditional release must wait at least six (6) months from their last time of
incarceration before they are allowed to visit.
o. No smoking in the building
p. The Sheriff’s Office will not be responsible for any lost or misplaced property.
q. Anyone violating these or other jail rules will be directed to leave the premises. That visitor may also be removed from the inmate’s visitation card and permanently denied future

Common Q&A for Bibb Correctional Facility


Bibb Correctional Facility Additional information:




Close custody is the most restrictive custody level and

generally indicates that an inmate may be prone to violent behavior, is an

escape risk or refuses to follow the rules and

regulations. Close custody

inmates are housed in a single cell and are allowed to leave the cell only for

exercise and showering.



Medium Custody


Medium custody is less secure than Close custody and

is for inmates who are

considered appropriate for placement in general

population. These inmates are in need of additional observation but are

suitable for dormitory living and participation in treatment programs and

work assignments. When outside the institution, an inmate in


custody must be under the supervision of an armed Correctional Officer.



Minimum Custody


Minimum custody is the least restrictive custody level

and is for inmates who have adjusted to institutional rules


No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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6 Responses to Bibb Correctional Facility

  1. Mary Beth December 26, 2013 at 12:39 pm #


    I need to know how to contact an inmate, can I call the facility?

    • PrisonPath December 26, 2013 at 2:18 pm #

      Hi Mary Beth,

      You can write to the inmate, the inmate can call you, or you can visit the inmate if you are on the inmate’s visitation list.
      If you want information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  2. Joe March 10, 2014 at 11:07 am #

    Please let me know how I can send a package.

    • PrisonPath March 10, 2014 at 2:04 pm #

      Hi Joe,

      For information about inmate packages, read inmate packages..
      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  3. Elaine Davis October 6, 2018 at 6:54 pm #

    Hi, my granddaughter who is now married wants to visit her father. But she is listed as a victim in his case. who does she need to speak with in order to make that possible. She is very adamant about visiting her father now ? Thank you

  4. Holly Roberts January 29, 2019 at 1:35 pm #

    I have a question about the security level. I have a loved one that was placed in Bibb a medium level security prison to take a class/ program you offer, crimeville. He was classified as a level 1 minimal security inmate and approved for work release but instead of moving there from kilby, he was taken to this medium level security prison because of being ordered to attend crimeville. He was told his classification should over ride that order, yet he was moved there last night and is now surrounded by violent criminals and scared for his life. Being a non violent criminal i don’t see how this class could possibly be worth risking their life and being put in a higher level security prison. How could this possibly be the correct course of action? How can i see that this matter is heard and addressed?

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