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USNHI-USN Pearl Harbor Brig

Military Prisons

Last Updated: May 24, 2019
Address
Bldg 462, 2056 Wasp Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96818
County
Honolulu
Medium - general
Phone
808-472-3110
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USNHI-USN Pearl Harbor Brig basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 808-472-3110

The mission of the Pearl Harbor Brig is to provide safe, legal, secure, and professional confinement of prisoners for all branches of Service in Hawaii; and, to provide a corrections program of evaluation, work, training, and opportunities for self-improvement with the goal of better preparing confined personnel for return to duty, or to return to the civilian community, as productive, offense-free individuals.

The function of the Pearl Harbor Brig is to provide

  • Pretrial confinement services to all Military Commanders assigned to Marine Corps, Navy, Army, and Air Force installations in the State of Hawaii.
  • Short-term military post-trial confinement for all branches of Service in the State of Hawaii.
  • Long-term post-trial confinement holding for military prisoners awaiting transfer to mainland facilities.
  • Public safety via confinement, reporting, identification, notification, and programming.

Tasks

  • Prisoner in-take processing services 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
  • Direct supervision of prisoners 24-hours a day 7-days a week.
  • Prisoner counseling and core programming.
  • Maintenance of physical and electronic security systems.
  • Offender DNA collection and submission to CODIS.
  • Victim Witness Assistance and Notification.
  • Sex Offender Registration Notification.
  • Fingerprinting.
  • NCIC background checks and confirmation.
  • Sentence Computation.
  • Escort and Staff training.
  • Multi-installation, multi-service, and legal liaison.
  • Compliance with American Correctional Association (ACA) standards; maintain ACA accreditation.
  • Compliance Prison Rape Elimination Act.
  • Data input to the Corrections Management Information System.

Phone Calls - prisoners are authorized to make phone calls at their own expense and only to individuals authorized through a phone, mail and visitation form.

Prisoner Address

  • NAVCON Brig Pearl Harbor
  • 2056 Wasp Blvd
  • Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

Appellate Defense Contact Number - Please call the Brig Programs Office at 808-472-7377 or 6710 (DSN: 315-472-7377) to schedule an appointment to speak with your client.

Media Access - Personal communications between media representatives and prisoners is not authorized unless a determination is made that such an interview serves a legitimate public interest. For more information, contact Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs at 901-874-3507.

Inmate Locator

USNHI-USN Pearl Harbor Brig publishes the names of their inmates currently in their facility in Hawaii. Your search should start with this locator first to see if your loved one is there.

The second box is the InmateAid Inmate Search. This database of inmates is user-generated content for the purpose of accessing and utilizing any or all of the InmateAid services. If you need our assistance creating your own inmate profile to keep in touch, email us at aid@inmateaid.com and we will assist you in locating your inmate.

As a last resort, you might have to pay for that information if we do not have it. The Arrest Record Search will cost you a small amount, but their data is the freshest available and for that reason they charge to access it.

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Visitation Information

Naval Brig Pearl Harbor - Visitation

General Information

The mission of the Pearl Harbor Brig is two-fold; first, to provide safe, legal, secure, and professional confinement of prisoners for all branches of service in Hawaii; and secondly, to provide a comprehensive corrections program of evaluation, work, training, and opportunities for self-improvement. The goal of brig programs is to better prepare confined personnel for return to duty, or to the civilian community, as productive, offense-free individuals when released from the brig.

Dress Code

All visitors will wear clothing and footwear that are in good taste and in accordance with military requirements for appropriate civilian attire. The following civilian attire is considered inappropriate for visitation:

  • Clothing in poor repair (no holes or tears). No sweat suits/PT gear.

  • Excessively tight or revealing.

  • Cut-offs/un-hemmed shorts/shorts shorter than mid-thigh.

  • Bare feet; stilettos or heels over 3 inches.

  • Shirts displaying midriff/undergarments/obscenities/pornography/drugs/alcohol.

  • Undershirts as an outer garment/tank tops/see-through articles of any kind.

Parking

Parking spaces are available to visitors on the left side of the facility. At no time will a visitor park in the spaces allotted to Staff Members.

Command Visits

Confining commands must visit personnel still officially assigned to them at least once a week. The official command visitor must be an E-6 or above and in the proper military uniform of the day, and possess a valid military I.D. Inquiries regarding visitation may be directed to the Brig Liaisons. Special command visits outside of the above hours may be authorized on a case by case basis.

Those commands failing to visit their confined member(s) will initially be notified by phone. Subsequent failures to visit will result in letters being sent to the Chain-of-Command.

All items brought to prisoners during visitation must be approved by the Brig Duty Officer. Approved items are usually limited to clothing and/or health and comfort articles.

Command visitations hours: Thursdays 1400-1600

Legal Visits

Monday-Friday - 0800-2130 (command visits & meals take precedence)

Weekends: By Appointment Only

Prisoner Visitation Information

The following rules are designed in the interest of maintaining good order and discipline within the brig as well as your safety and that of the prisoners. Prisoners benefit from frequent visits with family and friends.

1. Visitation hours are held from 1345 – 1545 on Saturdays, Sundays & federal holidays.

2. Visitation outside these hours must be made by special request and is approved only in very unusual circumstances. Visitors should arrive 30 minutes prior for check-in (i.e., 1315) to ensure you receive the full time of your visit. A government-issued picture ID is required. Improperly attired persons will be refused entry. No cameras, personal music devices, food, beverages, or cell phones are permitted.

3. Do not bring items to give the person being visited. Prisoners are allowed to purchase items while confined at the brig. If there are items that the prisoner wishes to obtain, you may leave funds to be deposited into the prisoner's account. The only forms of funds that may be deposited are: cash, cashier's check, or money order.

4. Plan your visits. Do not surprise the person being visited. It may be upsetting to them. Prisoners may also elect to not receive personal visitors.

5. Visitors will show picture identification, read and acknowledge these regulations and sign the Visitors Log before visitation will be granted.

6. Lockers are provided at no cost for visitors to place handbags, diaper bags, coats, packages, etc. Large objects such as baby strollers or car seats must be secured in your vehicle.

7. Visitors are not permitted to exchange (give or receive) anything directly with a prisoner. Do not bring any items to exchange or give to the person you are visiting without having prior written approval.

8. Prisoners are permitted a brief embrace, kiss, or handshake at the beginning and end of each visit. Holding of hands above the table is permitted during the visit. No other physical contact is permitted.

9. Prisoners are permitted to hold their children if they are under age 5.

10. Visitors with children may bring in 1 bottle, 1 blanket, 1 book, 1 non-electronic toy per child. No other food items are allowed. Items must be approved by the Visitation Watch Supervisor. Private rooms are available for breastfeeding (contact the Visitation Watch Supervisor). Visitation will not be extended due to breastfeeding

11. Prisoners are responsible for the conduct of their visitors. Children are the responsibility of the visitor.

12. Unmarried visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.

Driving Directions

Naval Consolidated Brig Miramar Detachment Pearl Harbor is located in Bldg. 462 onboard Ford Island Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Entry to the base can be gained through Kamehameha Highway towards Ford Island/Admiral Clarey Bridge.

1. If you are driving southbound Kamehameha Highway from Aiea towards Honolulu, turn right towards Ford Island/Admiral Clarey Bridge (gate access Military ID required). If you are driving northbound Kamehameha Highway from the Airport towards Aiea, turn left towards Ford Island/Admiral Clarey Bridge (gate access Military ID required).
2. Enter the next roundabout and continue onto Chafee Blvd.
3. At the end of the road, turn right towards Wasp Blvd, about 250 meters ahead, the Brig is located your left side.

Visitors with military identification and current base vehicle registration will be allowed access without having to obtain a visitor’s pass. Visitors without military identification may obtain a vehicle/visitor pass through Pass and Decal office located at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam- Pearl Harbor side; you will be asked for a valid driver's license, vehicle registration and proof of vehicle insurance to obtain a temporary pass.

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