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ATTORNEY Securus Video Visitation Summary

Securus Video Visitation Summary

 

Securus Video Visitation (SVV) allows attorneys, and other users to visit with an inmate through the use of a video terminal.

Anywhere Visitation

Anywhere visitation (also referred to as “remote”) allows consumers to participate in video visits from an Apple iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod Touch®, Android™ smartphone or tablet, or a computer equipped with high speed internet access and a web camera. This type of visitation carries a charge to our remote users.

Attorney – User Interface

Scheduling an Anywhere Visitation

 

Attorneys and other remote users can create a Securus Video Visitation account by going to www.videovisitanywhere.com or www.securustech.net/videovisitation.

Remote users will be required to complete the following steps in order to begin visiting from anywhere:

1. Enrollment

2. State/Facility selection

3. Choose Services

4. Computer Configuration Check

5. Identification

6. Scheduling

7. Joining a visit

 

Remote users will be required to complete the following steps in order to begin visiting from anywhere:

1. Enrollment

2. State/Facility selection

3. Choose Services

4. Computer Configuration Check

5. Identification

6. Scheduling

7. Joining a visit  

Securus is located in Harris County Joint Processing Center at 700 N. San Jacinto and

Baker Street Jail at 1201 Baker Street.  

NO PERSON, OTHER THAN THE COURT REPORTER, MAY RECORD A COURT PROCEEDING WITHOUT THE COURT’S PERMISSION.  THIS PROHIBITION APPLIES TO ALL PERSONS, INCLUDING MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC VIEWING COURT PROCEEDINGS ON ANY COURT’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND TO PERSONS WITH THE ABILITY TO RECORD ANY ZOOM OR OTHER VIRTUAL COURT PROCEEDING.  ANY PERSON FOUND TO BE IN VIOLATION OF THIS ORDER FACES CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS, INCLUDING A fine of up to $500 and a sentence of confinement for up to six (6) months in jail for each act of contempt of court.

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