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Visitation Hours: Visits are normally conducted on Saturdays and Sundays between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The names of all visitors, 18 years old and older must be on the approved Visitors List, which is limited to ten individuals. Here is a link to the TDCJ Offender Rules and Regulations for Visitation Booklet: http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/cid/Offender_Rules_and_Regulations_for_Visitation_English.pdfRead more
Deuel Vocational Institution Physical Address: 23500 Kasson Road Tracy, CA 95376 (209) 835-4141 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 400 Tracy, CA 95378-0004 Visitation: Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. And the following holidays: Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day. To schedule a visiting appointment, call (209) 830-3900 on Fridays, between the 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org Monday or Tuesday between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. For updated information concerning DVI visitorRead more
Most facilities require the visitor to have approval prior to the visit - registered with an application and background check with an NCIC scan. Most facilities do NOT have conjugal visits. Where is your inmate incarcerated - we will find out their rules?Read more
You should definitively call the facility first to see if they offer "special visits". Many times, the long distance visitors are granted longer visits if they set them up prior to arrival. Here are some general rules to follow and keep in mind before your visit. Dress Code Wear clothing that is appropriate for a large gathering of men, women, and young children. Wearing inappropriate clothing (such as provocative or revealing clothes) may result in your being denied visitation. VisitingRead more
You will have to fill out an application for visitation and go through the approval process. Your name is run through the NCIC list for people with felonies and/or people with warrants against them. Be sure to read the rules for visitation as to what you can wear, what you can bring, etc.Read more
The visitation in federal facilities is very organized and civilized. If you get there, you will get to visit. If he is in the FCI, the supervision is tighter than if he is in the camp. The camp visitation is almost like you're not in a prison. Bring $20 in ones or quarters (for vending machines) in a see-thru bag and nothing else but your car keys and drivers license. Do not wear shorts or any top that shows tooRead more
Most detention centers do not allow conjugal visits. There are a few state systems that allow it but none in county or federal. The visits are not "intimate" and depending upon the custody level of your inmate, you might not even have contact. The county jails are difficult to assess as the visitation rules differ. We would advise calling them and getting specific instructions to be sure.Read more
The general rule is a hug and a kiss when you arrive and leave and "no contact" during the visit. The guards pretty much determine how liberal the contact might be (i.e. hand holding ok, "touching" not usually). You just have to be VERY careful and aware during the visit as the guards have the final say. They can end the visit or even suspend future visits. The guards want to be respected, too.Read more
There are no conjugal visits in federal prison. Conjugal visits in state prison can only occur of the parties are legally married.Read more
Usually, new inmates that are not in the general population are awaiting a decision on just where they will place them based upon their criminal history and how crowded the prison is has some factors. If the inmate is low-risk for instance, they might not have a space until someone gets moved so they wouldn't place him in a potentially dangerous situation. Or vise versa. This time period is confusing but it is mainly done to make sure they doRead more