Dress Code

No visitor shall be permitted to visit any person in the institution if they are wearing inappropriate clothing.  All clothing will be neat and clean.

This will include, but is not limited to the following:

  • Dress, skirt or shorts no more than 2 inches above the knee. No mini-skirts.
  • No Revealing or low-cut tops, no sleeveless tops. Absolutely no skin is to be exposed (No halter, tank, midriff tops, no sleeveless tops of any type, no hooded type clothing etc).
  • For “security  reasons”, no hats, caps or head coverings will be permitted to be worn by any visitor inside the institution.
  • However, visitors wearing “head coverings” for various reasons (whether it be for medical, religious, etc.) may be required to produce documentation to corroborate wearing this head covering within the institution. Visitors that must wear a head covering will be taken to a private area and asked to remove it for a visual security check. If they pass this security check, they will be permitted to replace the head covering and continue on with their visit. Those who refuse to remove this head covering for a security check will be asked to leave the building.
  • No sandals, steel-toed boots, or open-toed shoes are permitted. Coats and heavy outerwear will be removed and not worn back to the visiting area (down to one layer of clothing).
  • Excessive jewelry (necklaces, bracelets, watches, earrings, etc.) will not be permitted.
  • Jewelry will be limited to the following items (1) necklace, (1) set of post earrings (no hoop earrings for     safety and security reasons), (1) wedding ring set and medic alert bracelet.
  • You must pass the security walk through scanner and/or hand held scanner before entering this institution. If you fail both security scans, you will be instructed to leave the prison grounds immediately. You will not be permitted back into the institution until the next visiting period.
  • No children or pets will be left unattended in vehicles.
  • Visitors are not permitted to change their clothing in the visitor restrooms or out in the visitor’s parking lot.
  • Children are not permitted on the prison grounds except during approved inmate visits

“Regular”  Inmate Visitation Procedures have been revised.

Inmate visitors will now only be permitted to visit an inmate once per week instead of (3) times per week as previously done. The visitation days and times will remain the same.