Androscoggin County Jail

Sheriff - Eric G. Samson

Visitation Information & Rules:


Visits held at the Androscoggin County Jail permit inmates to visit with family and friends. Visitation Rules have been developed to specify conduct required of both residents and visitors.

Any violation of the Visiting Rules may result in the termination of said visit and/or prosecution to the fullest extent of the law. The Visiting Rules and Regulations will be posted in the visiting areas.

Inmates are only allowed a visit every other day. Upon completion of the inmates current visit can another visit be made.

All visitors must arrive at the jail 15 minutes before the scheduled Non-Contact visit is to begin. And 30 minutes before the scheduled Contact visit is to begin. Visitors that are late will be denied their visit.

Any person with pending charges or on Probation will be denied visiting privileges.
With the exception of immediate family, no convicted felons may visit without prior approval of the Jail Administrator or Assistant Jail Administrator. Persons who were arrested/convicted of a misdemeanor must have not been a resident of Androscoggin County Jail for at least 6 months, with the exception of immediate family,  must seek permission from the Jail Administrator or Assistant Jail Administrator
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All inmates must be here for 5 business days before being allowed a Non-Contact visit. Excluding weekends/holidays. Inmates may have only 2 adult visitors or 1 adult and 1 child (17 years of age and under) during a Non-Contact visit.

All inmates must be here for 60 days before being allowed a Contact Visit. Inmates may have 2 adult visitors and 1 child (5 years of age and under) or 1 adult and 2 children(12yrs of age and under). No Exceptions will be made due to room space.

Visitors must comply with ALL rules and regulations governing visits.
All visitors must leave jail grounds upon completion of their visits.