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CURRENT RELEASE

January 19, 2021

UPDATE (January 19, 2021) — Due to continued rising COVID-19 numbers in the Bradley County area, Sheriff Lawson and the Bradley County Jail’s administration have opted to extend the closure of our visitation lobby indefinitely. We will continue monitoring the pandemic status and announce the lobby’s re-opening accordingly.

As stated before, at-home visitations are accessible through our video chat platform Securus Technologies. For more information, please visit the Inmate Services page on www.bradleysheriff.com.

UPDATE (January 5, 2021) — After careful evaluation of the current status of COVID-19 numbers in our area, Sheriff Lawson and the Bradley County Jail’s administration have extended the temporary hold on all on-site visitations originally set on December 11 of 2020. This extension will last until Tuesday, January 19 of 2021.

As stated before, at-home visitations are accessible through our video chat platform Securus Technologies. For more information, please visit the Inmate Services page on www.bradleysheriff.com.

CLEVELAND, Tn. (December 11, 2020) — Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases in Bradley County, all on-site visitations at the Bradley County Jail will be put on a temporary hold effective Monday, December 14. This decision has been made in the interest of further protecting the health and well-being of our inmates and employees, as well as the citizens of Bradley County.

All scheduled on-site public inmate visits will be canceled and terminated for a minimum of three weeks. However, all video home visitations through Securus Technologies will continue to be accessible. For more information, please visit the Inmate Services page on www.bradleysheriff.com.

“The health and safety of everyone inside and outside of the Bradley County Justice Center is of the greatest importance to my office and staff, as it has been throughout this entire pandemic,” says Sheriff Steve Lawson. “The public’s cooperation and understanding are appreciated as we continue to take the necessary steps to protect the health and well-being of our inmates and employees.”

This hold on all on-site visitation will be re-visited on Monday, January 4 of 2021, at which time we will announce either the conclusion or extension of this hold.

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