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FAQs

Question:

What items can I NOT bring to visitation?

Answer:

Visitors are warned by public posting at the facility, that introduction of contraband is a felony offense. You may NOT bring the following items:

  • Cards or letters,
  • Cigarettes,
  • Cigars,
  • Lighters or matches,
  • Food,
  • Purses,
  • Cell phones,
  • Ipods/Mp3 players,
  • Cameras,
  • Radios,
  • Tape Recorders/Players,
  • Video recorders,
  • Gifts,
  • Money or money orders for the inmate,
  • Pocket knives,
  • Guns, 
  • Etc.

Contraband is any item not provided to the inmate by the Correction Facility or not purchased by the inmate through the Corrections commissary. You cannot bring the inmate anything else. Even bringing the following items to an inmate is prohibited:

  • Books
  • Enveloped letters
  • Battery- or electronically-operated cards
  • Candy
  • Care packages
  • Clothing
  • Envelopes
  • Food
  • Glitter
  • Hygiene items
  • Magazines
  • Medication
  • Polaroid pictures
  • Snacks
  • Stamps
  • Stickers
  • Writing paper, etc.

If you bring any of these items with you on visitation, they will be confiscated and you could face prosecution.