In general, it is not common for the general public to visit individuals in police custody. Police custody refers to the temporary holding of individuals who have been arrested or detained by law enforcement authorities. During this time, individuals are typically held in police stations or holding facilities for a relatively short period until they are either released, transferred to a different facility, or brought before a court.
Visitation rights during police custody are generally restricted and limited to specific circumstances, such as legal counsel visits, authorized family visits under exceptional circumstances, or in cases where specific provisions are made for the welfare of a minor.
If you have a specific need to visit someone in police custody, such as a legal matter or an authorized visitation arrangement, it is recommended to contact the relevant law enforcement agency or consult with legal professionals to understand the procedures and requirements specific to the jurisdiction you are in.