Inmate Visitor Information
8:00 - 10:45 AM
& Tuesday: No visits
Wednesday-Friday: 6:00 - 8:45 PM
& Holidays: 1:00 - 3:45 PM
are allowed only one visiting session on visiting days.
visitors requesting entry into the institution for visiting privileges
must have proper identification with them at the time of processing.
visits will be processed prior to 15 minutes before visiting hours begin
or less than 30 minutes before the end of visiting hours.
visitors will be allowed to take only the following items to the visiting
small coin purse with loose change only (no paper money or
maximum of 10 photographs carried loosely (no Polaroid pictures
only if worn by visitor
baby bottles (limit of 2)
diapers (limit of 2)
or Nuk (limit of 1)
rings (limit of 1)
blankets (limit of 1)
plastic comb and/or hair pick (no longer than 6 inches)
jacket/one set of gloves/one scarf/one hat
items allowed will be run through the fluoroscopic machine prior to entry.
cellular phones, computers or beepers/pagers allowed.
brushes or other personal items will be allowed, with the exception of
emergency medications such as nitroglycerin, asthma inhalers, etc.
non-emergency medications and other unallowable items will be secured in
lockers provided in the lobby.
following apparel is considered inappropriate and will result in the
denial of visits:
Shorts shorter than fingertip length (i.e., visitor standing
naturally with arms straight down the side of the body and fingers
or dresses shorter than fingertip length plus three inches
tube or halter tops, and strapless dresses
which expose the midriff (front and back)
shirts and dresses; skirts with revealing slits
or Spandex-like and Lycra or Lycra-like athletic pants,
aerobic/exercise tights or leotards
worn as outer garments or over the top of other clothing
with revealing holes or tears
with accessories with obscene or profane writing, images or pictures
wearing gang or club related clothing or insignia may be denied entrance
into the institution, (i.e., motorcycle jackets bearing club logos.)
restrictions apply equally to men and women.
following is a list of rules for visitors to WRC. Violation of these
rules may result in the termination, denial of the visit, or suspension of
visitation privileges for the visitor.
will be required to provide proper identification. Proper
identification includes one of the following:
of Transportation Identification card
Welfare Department Identification card
Security card or Birth Certificate (for children under 18)
who appear under the influence of alcohol or drugs, display disorderly or
inappropriate behavior, or refuse to follow staff directives, may be
will be permitted to embrace the inmate once at the beginning of the
visit and again at the conclusion of the visit. "Embrace"
means a brief kiss and hug.
(any person under the age of 18 years) must obtain special permission from
the treatment team to be allowed to visit with an inmate. This must
be obtained prior to the visit.
visitors will be required to pass through a metal detector. Please
do not wear clothing that contains metal, including undergarments.
If the visitor cannot pass the metal detector, the visit will be
Visitors with metal in their bodies, such as metal pins or
plates, will be required to produce a doctor's medical slip to verify the
presence and location of any metal in such person. Approval to
visit should be obtained prior to visiting the institution.
or Termination of a Visit
may be denied or terminated and visiting privileges may be suspended under
the following circumstances:
refuses to submit to search procedures
appears to be under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any other
of institutional rules by a visitor or inmate
to prevent their children from disturbing other persons in the
display of affection, sexually suggestive activity, or inappropriate
money orders or cash shall be accepted by the Lobby Officer for deposit
into an inmate's account and must be processed BEFORE the visitor enters
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April 30, 2013