In person visitation is offered on Saturdays only. Visiting hours are from 8:30 am – 2:00 pm. Visitors must arrive before 11:30 am to be allowed entry. A regular visit may last the duration of scheduled visitation hours on each visitation day. If the visiting area reaches capacity and there are visitors waiting, the Shift Supervisor shall shorten a visit on a first in-first out basis to ensure that all visitors have the opportunity to visit.
Video visits are available daily and may be scheduled by the visitor through Securus. Video visits are 25 minutes in length and must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance.
General Visiting Rules
All visitors must be on the approved visiting list. A visitor shall complete a visiting information form and forward it to the Warden's office before any visit is allowed. It is the inmate's responsibility to inform the potential visitor of this requirement and to send a form and the Warden's address to the potential visitor.
An inmate shall not receive a completed visitor information form from a visitor or submit it to a Classification and Treatment Officer.
Inmates may only receive one visit per visitation day.
Visitors may not be dropped off for the visit. Visitors may not remain in the vehicle while others visit.
An inmate in the regular visiting area shall be allowed brief physical contact (example: holding hands, kissing, and embracing). This contact shall be permitted within the bounds of good taste and only at the beginning and end of the visit.
Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children shall be under control at all times and shall be the responsibility of the accompanying adult. Any disruption to other visitors may result in the visit being terminated.
Children under the age of eighteen (18) shall not visit unless approved and included on the inmate's visiting list and accompanied by a parent or legal guardian or by another immediate family member with written parental or guardian approval. A family member accompanying a minor who is not the parent or guardian shall have the written, signed, and notarized consent of the parent or guardian. This consent shall be presented to the visiting officer upon registration.
The inmate may hold his minor child, or minor stepchild, on his lap in an appropriate manner during the visit. Any inappropriate behavior may lead to an immediate termination of the visit and possible disciplinary action.
Vending machines are available; however, inmates are not allowed to use the vending machines or handle money. Visitors must select and purchase items, open the items in front of staff, completely remove the item from all wrapping, and place on a paper plate. The visitor must return to the table for the inmates and visitors to share vended items.
There are no outside visits or playgrounds available.
Please be aware of all visiting rules and guidelines prior to your visit. If you have questions, we encourage you to ask the inmate. Policy states, the inmate shall notify his family and friends of the institutional rules governing visits.
Visitors Dress Policy
All visitors must adhere to the dress code. It is the inmate's responsibility to advise their visitors of the dress code and visitation rules.
No hooded shirts will be allowed.
No low cut or provocative clothing (tank tops, halter tops, see-through clothing, sleeveless garments, Spandex, etc.)
No clothing that fails to completely cover the midriff and bosom.
Shorts or skirts shall be no higher than 2 inches above the knee cap.
Jeggings and/or leggings are not permitted.
Undergarments must be worn.
No head apparel unless it is religious in nature.
No clothing with derogatory emblems, graphics, slogans, rips or holes.
No open toe shoes, sandals, or flip flops.
A visitor shall limit jewelry to one (1) ring, one (1) necklace with one (1) medallion and if necessary, a medical alert item. A visitor with more jewelry shall return the jewelry to the visitor's locked vehicle.
Please remember that the Visitation Supervisor will make the final determination regarding dress code. Just because you don't think something is inappropriate does not mean it's not offensive or disrupting to other people.
For security purposes, jackets and coats shall not be permitted in the visiting area. These garments can be stored in the following ways: visitors may leave them in their vehicles or hang them on wall pegs in the outer visitation area.
A violation of the visiting procedures or laws may result in visiting restrictions. If this is necessary, a written notice shall be sent to the visitor describing why and how long the restriction will be. Criminal prosecution may be initiated against the visitor in case of a criminal violation. A visitor may be suspended permanently for violation of institutional policies and procedures or violations of law.