As an increased safety measure amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center will temporarily cease onsite video visitations, effective tomorrow.
Beginning tomorrow, March 22, the public may conduct video visitations only by remotely accessing this link: https://videovisit.ccso.charlestoncounty.org/app on an internet enabled electronic device.
A FAQ tab is included in the link for instructions and information. During this period of heightened public safety measures, and until further notice, the adjusted hours for remote online video visitations will be daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m..
The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office remains committed to the safety and well-being of its employees and the citizens of Charleston County. We will continue to monitor the status of operations and public services.
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