Thank you for trying AMP!
You got lucky! We have no ad to show to you!
You will first need to send in an application with a small processing fee to the Arizona Department of Corrections for a background check. Once you are approved, you will need a photo ID to gain access on the day that your inmate is approved for visitation. You can read about their rules HERE.Read more
There are provisions for visitation where an out-of-town visitor may be granted a "Special Visit". You must have your inmate get written approval for such a visit. If you just show up and ask to go in, you will be turned away. Counselors, unit managers or wardens usually grant these requests - provided they are not frequent.Read more
There are several Tucson units, and each may have a different custody level which would affect the visitation procedures. The lower custody facilities do allow one hug when you come in and one hug when you leave. Please visit their visitation page for all of the rules - you will have to submit an application before being allowed to visit.Read more
After reviewing the visitation rules for all the Dallas County facilities in Lew Sterrett, the terms are not clear for a car seat. They do however prohibit child strollers and toys.Read more
In the Dallas County sheriff's office there is a complex known as the Lew Sterrett Justice Center. There are three individual jails within the complex - The North Tower Detention Facility, West Tower Detention Facility and Suzanne Lee Kays (South Tower) Detention Facility - you will have to follow the visitation rules and proceed accordingly.Read more
You have to send it by regular mail it back to them - Uintah County UT Jail. Once they have the application, they run it through the system to make sure that the visitor does not have a criminal record before approval.Read more
The friend you speak of that is not approved cannot visit without prior authorization. Your inmate may add or subtract potential visitors to his list as often as he wants.Read more
The visitation for juvenile facilities is strict and might be limited to family members only. There are other restrictions that come in play depending upon the offense level of the person you are wishing to visitRead more
Inmates cannot receive calls in ANY prison or jail. Writing a letter is the only way for you to initiate contact, the telephone call MUST be initiated by the inmate from the prison.Read more