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At-home Visitation for Professional Visitors

VIDEO VISITATION UPGRADE- Beginning February 24, 2021

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Online: https://vvsc.co.ocean.nj.us
Andriod App: GTL VisMobile

Once you have registered on the application you will NOT be able to schedule professional visits until the facility approves you as a professional visitor.

Once you have registered, you must email cketelaar@co.ocean.nj.us and attach a copy of your photo ID as well as professional ID.

You will also be required to accept the “Terms of Use” Policy on the application prior to scheduling visits.

You understand privileges can be revoked at any time due to a violation of the facility rules and procedures. You will be contacted when your account is approved for professional visiting.

When you are approved to schedule professional visits, schedule visits at least one day in advance, but not more than 7 days in advance.

Professional Visit Times Monday-Friday: 8 AM- 5 PM Scheduling availability are shown during the scheduling process.
Times and availability are subject to change.
Visits times are varied and subject to availability.

-Professionals must be approved by the facility to schedule visits.
-Email address to register and schedule visits. -Valid Photo ID for registration.
-A computer or Andriod device with internet, camera, and speakers. A headset or earbuds are highly recommended.
-The Visit Tester walks the professional through the process, to determine if their camera, mic, and audio work correctly with Flash, prior to starting visit.
-We suggest using Internet Explorer 11 for browser.
-All visits must be canceled 24 hours in advance.

***How to configure Google Chrome to work with internet visits: 1.Click the “lock” icon to the left of the web address, and select Site Settings. 2.Change the dropdown value next to “Flash” to ALLOW. 3.Reload/Refresh the website. 4.When prompted, select “allow” to give Google Chrome access to microphone and webcam.


Attorney General – Promoting Diversity in Law Enforcement Recruiting and Hiring
Pursuant to the December 2021 Attorney General Guideline “Promoting Diversity in Law Enforcement Recruiting and Hiring,” the Ocean County Department of Corrections is committed to doing all that we can to hire staff who reflect the communities that we serve (see N.J.S.A.52:17B-4.10).
Ocean County Department of Corrections in full compliance with N.J.A.C.10A:31
On April 22-26, 2024, the Department of Corrections, through its office of County Services, conducted an inspection on the Ocean County Department of Corrections.

As a result of this inspection, the County of Ocean was found to be in full compliance with the requirements of N.J.A.C 10A:31.

Congratulation on this achievement and we commend our staff for efforts made in preparation for the inspection.
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