Non Contact Visits
General Visiting Rules
- It is the inmate’s responsibility to inform visitors of the rules and regulations governing visits.
- Visits will be for a two (2) hour period, however depending on the number of visitors this time may be extended and applies to contact visits only.
- Visitor must be on the Inmates Visiting list, or they will not be permitted to visit.
- Children must have at least two (2) forms of I.D. (birth certificate, SS. Card, etc.)
- Adults (18 and older) must have a photo I.D. Children (17 and younger) photo I.D’s are recommended.
- If a minor is accompanied by a non-parent or guardian, they shall be required to have the written consent, signed and notarized as a legal document.
- Inmates may not receive a visit during their first weekend at LSCC.
- There will be NO MOVEMENT allowed during count time. Everyone must remain seated when count time is announced.
- No more than two (2) adult visitors shall visit an inmate during a controlled visit.
- No more than three (3) adult visitors shall visit an inmate during a contact visit.
- Physical contact within the bounds of appropriate good taste shall only be permitted at the beginning and the end of each visit. (One brief kiss and hug. NO open mouth kissing).
- No holding hands, and any other type of touching during the visit.
- Sexual stimulation or activity shall be strictly prohibited.
- Children must be kept under parental control at all times. Children shall be accompanied by parents when going to the vending machines and bathrooms.
- Infants (0-1) may be held by the inmate. All other children must be seated or held by the visitor.
- Infants under the age of six (6) months may visit unlimited times without a social security number, provided the person bringing them meets all the guidelines to visit.
- You must sit in an upright position during the entire visit and no lying down of heads on tables. (No slouching).
- Inmates will stand side by side of his visitor(s) for all photos, and there will be NO refunds once the picture is taken. (Hands must be visible in the photo.)
- You must keep tables clean of all trash and trash must be placed in the appropriate containers.
- Inmates and visitors are STRICTLY PROHIBITED TO SHARE FOOD OR DRINK ITEMS.
- All food wrappers will be opened all the way to display the contents. ( Visitors and inmates may be asked to open food items, such as a hamburger bun to display the content.)
- There should be no more than four (4) people at the vending machines at a time.
- Smoking will not be allowed.
- Breast feeding will not be allowed in the Visitation Room. Accommodations will be made if necessary.
- No one shall be permitted to insert their hands in pockets. Nothing shall be carried in pockets.
- All visitors and inmates must keep hands above the tables during visits.
- For infants: Only a receiving blanket in reasonable size shall be permitted. All other blankets are prohibited.
- LSCC is not responsible for supplying plastic bags; nor refunds for any funds lost in the vending machines.
- No one including children is to lean, sit, or stand on tables.
- After exiting restrooms, visitors will open hands and open mouths for security check by the visit officer.
- At any time if security visit staff deems a reasonable cause, visitors and inmates will be searched.
- Visitor clothing and dress shall conform as close as possible to accepted dress within the community. Clothing must be in good taste and ppropriate as to not offend other visitors and inmates.
Visitor clothing and dress shall conform as close as possible to accepted dress within the community and shall require clothing to be in good taste as not to offend other visitors, staff, and/or inmates. This includes:
- No spandex clothing, this includes pants and tops.
- No tank tops or tube tops
- Dresses, skirts, and shorts must be at least knee length.
- No sleeveless shirts. No see through or revealing.
- Shirts must be capable of being tucked into jeans, slacks or skirts.
- No low-cut provocative clothing will be allowed, i.e, tight fitting pant, low
cut shirts, fishnet clothing, and no cleavage shall be visible.
- Appropriate undergarments must be worn. i.e., bra, underwear, slip worn with dress or skirt.
- No hats will be permitted.
- Visitors must wear shoes and ALL shoes must be fully enclosed on all sides. No flip flops, or sandals. Sandals are flat bottom open in front.
- Gloves are not allowed.
- No coats, jackets, or hooded sweatshirts allowed in visiting room.
- Visitors inappropriately dressed WILL NOT be allowed to visit that day.
Items Allowed in the Visiting Room
- Up to $40.00 limit in $1.00 dollar bills and silver change per inmate being visited.
- Vehicle keys: 1-ignition, 1-door, and no key chain.
- Clear container for money (plastic baggie, coin purse)
- Essential infant items (1-clear plastic bottle, 3-diapers), no toys and glass jars.
- Visitors may leave a U.S. Postal Money Order for the inmates in a locked box at the Security Reception Station.
- Visitors may wear (1) watch, (1) ring, and (1) pair of earrings.
- Items not allowed in the visiting room shall be placed in lockers. Staff will dispose of any items left at the institution.
- Any visit may be terminated immediately at the discretion of the visiting area supervisor if he/she determines an incident to be of a serious nature.
Any violation of the above-listed rules; and violations of any other security matters will result in immediate termination of the visit and/or disciplinary action.
It is unfortunate that some visitors attempt to bring dangerous contraband that could be harmful to you, your loved one or the staff. The staff are trained and instructed to detect this. We are asking for your cooperation to prevent the introduction of dangerous contraband. Please follow the officer’s instructions. Please be aware that pursuant to KRS 520.010; KRS 520.050; and KRS 520.060, anyone entering the grounds of a correctional institution may be subject to a personal search or a search of their vehicle. Anyone found in possession of contraband will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.