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AUSP-Thomson-Camp Visitation Center

Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

Last Updated: August 21,2023

Covid Visitation Information

We remind all visitors to carefully review our special visiting procedures during the COVID pandemic, and also remind all visitors to observe applicable state and local COVID travel restrictions in planning your visit to the institution.

Please call 815-259-1000 prior to your visit to get the latest updates, time changes or visitation cancellations.

All visitors will be temperature checked with results annotated at the screening site prior to entrance. All staff working the screening site will be in proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Visitors will be in-processed on a first come first serve basis, adhering to social-distancing requirements. If distancing requirements cannot be met, visitors may be asked to wait outside for systematic in-processing to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Inmates on quarantine or isolation status will not be permitted visits - it will be the visitor's responsibility to check with the institution prior to arrival to ensure the scheduled visit can still take place.

The visiting room is designed to maximize social distancing, with a minimum of six feet between persons. Inmates are permitted two visitors per visit. To ensure equal opportunities, the frequency of visits determines any termination. Appropriate face coverings are mandatory for all inmates and visitors, all visitors wearing a mask will be provided one by the institution, theirs will be secured in the lockers in the lobby. No physical contact, photographs, food, or drink is permitted. A hand hygiene station, including alcohol-based hand sanitizer, is available at all visiting entrances and exits. Orderlies are assigned to each visitation room and will continually sanitize all touch surfaces, restrooms, etc.

General Visitation Information

AUSP - Thomson Satellite Prison Camp - Visiting Hours

  • Friday 5:00pm - 8:30pm
  • Saturday 8:00am - 3:00pm
  • Sunday 8:00am - 3:00pm
  • Holidays 8:00am - 3:00pm

Regular visits will be conducted in the camp visiting room. All inmates are responsible for notifying their approved visitors of the visiting regulations and forwarding the appropriate forms to their visitors.

Visiting Information

  • Visiting Overview
    How to visit an inmate. This covers the basic fundamentals that apply to all of our institutions. The BOP welcomes visitors to our institutions. We remind all visitors to carefully review our visiting regulations and to observe any applicable state and local travel advisories in planning their visit.


a. GENERAL INFORMATION: Regular visits will be conducted in the camp visiting room. All inmates are responsible for notifying their approved visitors of the visiting regulations and forwarding the appropriate forms to their visitors.

b. LOCATION: The Satellite Camp is located at 1100 One Mile Road, Thomson, Illinois. The nearest major airport is Quad City International Airport (MLI/KMLI). This airport offers domestic flights from Moline, Illinois, and is 48 miles south of Thomson, Illinois. Another major airport is Dubuque Regional Airport (DBQ/KDBQ), which offers domestic flights from Dubuque, Iowa, and is 59 miles north of Thomson, Illinois. Regular business hours are Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The main institution phone number is (815)259-1000.


Friday 5:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Holidays 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

(1) There will be no inmate movement during the count.No visitors will be allowed into the camp visiting room prior to the above scheduled times unless authorized by the Captain.
(2) Due to limited space, a point system will be utilized at SCP Thomson. The maximum amount of points each month is 12. If the inmate maximizes his visiting for the month, he may request additional visiting by submitting a written request to the Camp Administrator.

Monday-Friday 1
Saturday 2
Sunday 2
Holidays 2

d. VISITOR ATTIRE: All visitors entering the institution for a visit will be appropriately attired. Visitors may not wear open-toed shoes, shorts, mini-skirts, sheer or tight-fitting clothing, excessively short or low cut clothing, backless clothing, halter tops, mid-drift shirts, camouflage or sleeveless clothing. Dresses, blouses or other apparel of a suggestive or revealing nature may not be worn. Additionally, ball caps, hats, bandanas, sweatbands, do rags or any other type of headgear, are not authorized with the exception of religious or medical headgear. If the Visiting Room Officer determines a visitor is improperly attired, he/she will contact the Operations Lieutenant and Institution Duty Officer (IDO) to determine whether to deny or terminate the visit.

e. IDENTIFICATION OF VISITORS: All visitors 16 years of age and older must produce some form of photo identification. This will ordinarily be accomplished by picture identification, such as current driver's license, passport, or state identification card. An expired ID is not considered valid. Visitors will not be permitted in without proper identification. The IDO and the Operations Lieutenant will be notified in questionable cases.

f. VISITING RESTRICTIONS AND OVERCROWDING: Visiting may be curtailed or terminated for emergency situations, improper conduct on the part of the inmate or his visitor(s), or when the visiting area reaches maximum capacity. Should the visiting room reach full capacity; the Visiting Room Officer will advise the Operations Lieutenant and the Institution Duty Officer (IDO) of the situation. The IDO or Operations Lieutenant will begin curtailing visits of those who live within a fifty-mile radius of the institution, and continue in fifty-mile increments. If the condition continues, and termination of additional visits becomes necessary, those who visit most frequently will have their visits terminated first.

g. NUMBER OF VISITORS: The number of persons allowed while visiting an inmate at the SCP is limited to two adults plus children. Children age 15 and under are not counted against the inmate's two maximum visitors. The Visiting Room Officer will not allow more than the maximum of two visitors to visit an inmate at one time. Any exceptions must have prior approval of the Camp Administrator.

(1) Split Visits: Should more than two visitors arrive at the same time, a split visit may be arranged at the discretion of the IDO.

(2) Visitors are prohibited from bringing animals on institutional grounds unless the animal is a dog that assists disabled persons.

h. ATTORNEY VISITS: Attorney visits will be arranged by the Unit Team when the attorney is not on the inmate's approved list. The attorney visit will take place in the main visiting room. Unit team will make arrangements for an alternate room if an attorney/client room is needed. Attorney visits will be supervised by the Unit Team. Staff will make every effort not to overhear any of the conversations between the inmate and attorney. It is the unit team's responsibility to submit a memorandum to the Associate Warden of Custody, if the attorney needs any special equipment such as tape recorders or video equipment, prior to the visit.

i. SPECIAL VISITS: Special visits may be permitted under the following circumstances: Family emergencies, pre-release planning interviews, attorney, business, a court appointed investigation, interpreters, consular, or community group representatives.

(1) Any visit by an individual who is not associated with the Department of Justice on official business or who is not on the inmate's approved visiting list is considered a special visit.

(2) A special visit must be arranged through unit staff. Unit staff will prepare a special visit memorandum (Attachment C) to the Captain requesting approval, with copies routed to the Visiting Room Officer, Control Center, Lieutenant's Office, and Institution Duty Officer. The Institution Duty Officer or Operations Lieutenant may approve an immediate family member’s request to visit during normal visiting hours if no approved visiting list has been established for the inmate. This authority is for one visit and only after conferring with Unit staff or reviewing the Pre-Sentence Investigation Report. This authorization should be noted and maintained in the visiting file located in the Visiting Room.

(a) Consular Visitors: When it has been determined that an inmate is a citizen of a foreign country, the consular representative of that country will be allowed to visit on matters of legitimate business. The visit may not be withheld even if the inmate is on disciplinary status.

(b) Holdover Status: The Warden may limit visits to immediate family for holdovers when neither a visiting list from a transferring institution nor other verification of proposed visitors is available.

(c) Ministerial Visits: Special visits from an area clergyman or religious leader will be arranged by the Chaplain. The Chaplain will prepare a special visit memorandum (Attachment C) to the Captain requesting approval, with copies routed to the Visiting Room Officer, Control Center, Lieutenant's Office, and Institution Duty Officer. All ministerial visitors must comply with the visiting rules, applicable policies and meet entrance requirements.

(d) Minister of Record: An inmate wishing to receive visits from his minister of record must submit a written request to the Chaplain. Upon approval, Unit Staff will add the name and title of the minister of record to the inmate’s visiting list.

(e) Hospital Visits: The Warden will determine whether a visit may take place at the local hospital. In these cases, the visitors will be restricted to immediate family and attorneys. Approved visitors will visit only during the hospital’s visiting times.

j. APPROVED VISITORS: Unit Staff will create a list of approved visitors and prepare visiting folders to be maintained in the Visiting Room file cabinet. A Visiting List Request Form (Attachment A) will be completed by each inmate and submitted to the Correctional Counselor for approval. Inmates may have members of their immediate family, as defined in Program Statement 5267.08, and friends placed on the approved visiting list after reviewing by unit staff.

(1) To ensure the security and orderly running of the institution, staff may request all proposed visitors complete the visiting questionnaire, and an investigation will be conducted before placing them on the inmate’s approved visiting list.

(2) If the immediate family relationship is not documented within the Pre-Sentence Investigation Report, a completed visiting questionnaire and investigation must be completed before the individual is placed on the inmate’s approved visiting list.

(3) Inmates may have a maximum of twenty (20) friends and associates placed on their visiting list. This visiting privilege will be extended to friends and associates having an established relationship with the inmate prior to confinement unless such visits could reasonably create a threat. In extraordinary cases, exceptions to the prior relationship rule may be made, particularly for inmates without other visitors, when it is shown that the proposed visitor is reliable and poses no threat to the security or good order of the institution. The placement of friends and associates affects only designated inmates.

(4) When requesting placement of a visitor other than immediate family on the visiting list, a Visitor Information Form (BP-S629), along with an Institution Request for Visitor Information Form (Attachment B), must be completed by the potential visitor.

(5) The top section of the Visitor Information Form (BP- S629) and the top section of the Institution Request for Visitor Information Form (Attachment B) will be completed by the inmate who is making the request. The inmate is responsible for mailing these forms to his potential visitor.

(6) The forms must be completed by the visitor and sent directly to the Correctional Counselor responsible for the inmate’s case.

(7) The signature of a parent or guardian on the Visitor Information Form (BP-S629) is necessary to process a request for an applicant under 16 years of age.

(8) On occasion, an inmate visitors’ application, or a subsequent NCIC check may reveal information that would cause disapproval of the request. If such information is found, the original request, NCIC printout and memorandum explaining the request for denial will be forwarded through the Camp Administrator to the Warden for review and final decision. Once a decision is made, the packet will be placed into the inmate’s Central File, FOI section, and the inmate will be notified of the decision. No information from the application or subsequent checks can be revealed to the inmate. Staff shall notify the inmate of each approval or disapproval of a requested person for their visiting list. The inmate is responsible for notifying the visitor of the approval or disapproval to visit and is expected to provide the approved visitor with a copy of the Instructions for Visiting (Attachment E).

(9) The Instructions for Visiting (Attachment E) shall include specific directions for reaching the institution and shall cite 18 U.S.C. 1791, which provides a penalty of imprisonment for not more than twenty years, a fine, or both to any person who introduces, or attempts to introduce, into or upon the grounds of any Federal Institution, or takes or attempts to send therefrom, anything whatsoever, without the knowledge and consent of the Warden.

(10) Visitors are not permitted to visit until they have been approved and added to the inmate’s list of approved visitors. Special exceptions may be made by the Camp Administrator on a case by case basis.

(11) An inmate’s visiting list may be amended at any time in accordance with the procedures of this section. Normally, visitors may not be on more than one inmate’s visiting list, except where inmates have the same immediate family members. In these rare cases, the visitor may visit each inmate, either separately or together.


(1) Each new inmate will be provided copies of the local visiting guidelines (Admission and Orientation Handbook) and a visiting list request form (Attachment A). The Unit Team is responsible for approving, denying, preparing and placing approved inmate visiting lists in the visiting room and on the visiting computer program. Amendments to the visiting list will be processed by the Unit Team.

(2) The inmate may obtain copies of the Visitor Information Form (BP-S629.052) from their Correctional Counselor. The inmate may initiate the visitor approval process by filling out the name and address of the prospective visitor, signing the form and returning it to the Counselor. Upon completion of the required background inquiries, Unit Staff will advise the inmate as to whether or not the visitor has been approved, and will send (Attachment B) to the approved visitors.


(1) For identification purposes, prospective visitors will be hand-stamped upon entry. If a visitor leaves the visiting area, they will be denied re-entry until the next visiting day. Upon completion of the visit, the Visiting Room Officer will check the stamp on the visitor's hand using the black light verification before the visitor is allowed to exit the visiting room.

(2) In order to maintain the security and the good order of the institution, the Visiting Room officers will monitor all visitors and inmates while in the Visiting Room.

(3) Each inmate having a visit must assume responsibility for proper conduct during the visit. The visiting room must remain orderly and non-distracting to others. Children are not allowed to wander from the immediate area, run about the visiting room, or create noise that disturbs other visits. Failure to supervise children will result in one written warning and upon the second incident, either during this visit or subsequent visits, the visit will be terminated. A log entry will be maintained on all incidents. A formal written letter of notification that the visit was terminated will be forwarded by the Unit Team to the inmate and visitor as a follow-up.

(4) Kissing and embracing are permitted only when the visitor and inmate meet at the beginning of the visit and at the end of the visit. At no time will inappropriate and unbecoming displays of affection by physical contact be permitted. No loud, boisterous talk or profane language will be allowed in the visiting area.

(5) SCP inmates are not permitted in areas designed for children.

m. RECORDS: As a back-up to the computerized system, official inmate visiting folders shall be maintained in the visiting room file cabinet. The records shall be in alphabetical order by inmate's last name. The Correctional Counselor will keep these records current at all times. When an inmate receives a visit, the Visiting Room Officer will identify the visitors and enter the date, time the visitor(s) arrive, and sign the appropriate block on the visitor notification form.

(1) The following forms shall be used and maintained in the inmate’s visiting folder:

(a) An official inmate visiting list with the inmate's current photograph attached.

(b) Notice of visiting violation.

(2) Inmate Visitor's Sign-In Logs: The visitors will be required to sign in at the time of their arrival and the name of the inmate to be visited. The Visiting Room Officer will maintain the visitor log.

(3) Notification to Visitor Form: Each visitor, age of 16 and older, will fill out the notification to visitor form. The Visiting Room Officer will collect the completed forms and forward them to the Lieutenant's office at the end of each visiting day. The completed forms will be kept on file for one year.


(1) Inmate attire: All inmates must wear institution issued clothing in the visiting room. Green shirt buttoned (with the exception of the top button), tucked in, and pants with an institution belt, t-shirt, socks, underwear, and institutional black boots. If the inmate has a soft shoe permit, he will be required to wear institutional black boots during his visit. No jewelry will be worn in the visiting room with the exception of a wedding band. (No religious jewelry or watches). Prescription glasses and religious headwear are permitted. Visiting room staff shall use extreme care to ensure shoes or any other clothing articles are not exchanged during the visit.

(2) Inmate property: The inmate shall not take anything to the visiting room except the following items:

(a) One pair of prescription glasses

(b) One wedding band

(c) Identification card– MANDATORY

(d) Picture tickets

(e) Approved religious headgear

(3) No personal items will be kept in the search room. Inmates are to ensure that no items other than those stipulated above are brought to the visiting room. Doing so could result in the delay of a visit since unauthorized items must be returned to the unit by the inmate. Medication, such as nitroglycerin tablets, may be permitted when specifically authorized by Health Services staff.

(4) Legal Papers/Documentation: Papers/documents are not to be exchanged. Inmates may bring legal materials into the visiting room during the attorney visits only with approval of and hand carried by their Unit Team. Inmates may not give legal papers to the attorney or receive papers from the attorney to retain after the visit. Legal papers should be mailed to the institution in every other case.

(5) Currency: Money will not be accepted for deposit to the inmate's account through the visiting area. Inmates are not allowed to handle or retain money. Inmates are not authorized to be in the vending machine area or to use the vending machines at any time.

(6) Visitor Items not allowed in Visiting Room: Visitor purses, coats, jackets, and headgear (with the exception of religious headgear or for medical reasons, i.e. A chemo patient) must be secured in the visitor’s vehicle, except as noted in the below section. During the cold season, heavy winter coats and protective headgear may be brought into the visiting room after a physical search and a pass through the x-ray machine. These items must be hung on a coat rack by the officer's station prior to contact with the inmate. Visitors may retrieve these coats as they are leaving the visiting room. Visitors are authorized to bring the following items into the visiting room:

(a) Clear change purse (8”x8”x8”)

(b) $25.00 in coins total, each day, per inmate visit

(c) Prescription medication (only enough for one day visitation)

(d) Clear diaper bag, (no larger than 8”x8”x8”) containing up to four (4) of each of the following items: baby food or formula (in sealed, unopened container, NO zip-lock bags with any substance inside will be permitted), empty plastic bottles, and diapers.

(e) The diaper bag will be supervised by the visiting room officers at their station and accessed by the parent when needed.

Visitation Rules

Federal Minimum - Rules by Type

FEDERAL PRISON CAMP VISITING ROOM SPECIFIC PROCEDURES: Visiting will be based on a point system. On the first day of each month, all FPC inmates will be credited nine (9) points. The FPC Visiting Room is comprised of an interior visiting area and a patio area. Assigned seating is not enforced. Both the interior area and patio will be opened during the entire visitation period. There is a designated playground for children in the patio area; however, children must be supervised by the visitor at all times.

A. Visitor Processing: Visitors for the FPC will report directly to the Camp Visiting Room, where they will be processed by the Camp Visiting OIC. The Officer will ensure that visitors complete the Notification To Visitor forms and sign the appropriate Visitors Log. The Camp Visiting Officer will log the visitor’s information into the computer visiting program. All minors must be accompanied by an adult visitor at the time of processing upon arrival and during the duration of the visit. Minors must be constantly supervised by the respective adult visitor, and may not be left in the care of inmates nor exit the visiting room without adult supervision.

B. Visitor Searches: In order to deter the introduction of contraband into the secured perimeter of the institution, all visitors requesting access to the facility must be willing to submit to searches including, but not limited to, pat searches, drug detection screening, metal detection screening, vehicle searches and searches of personal property. Any visitor that refuses to submit to any screening procedure or searches will be denied access into the institution. The Operations Lieutenant or Duty Officer will be notified prior to denying access to a visitor.

C. Visitors Departing the Visiting Room: Upon completion of the visiting period, inmates and visitors will report to the Visiting Room Officer to be re-identified. The Camp OIC will ensure that visitors sign out on the Visitors Log. Once a visitor leaves the visiting room, re-entry will not be permitted for the day. Individuals not authorized to visit will not be permitted to loiter at the visiting room’s entrance or adjacent areas. Communication or contact of inmates and visitors through the gates or fence line will not be permitted.

D. Inmates Entering the Visiting Room: Inmate Attire: Inmates entering the Visiting Room will be dressed in an institutional issued uniform which includes green trousers, green shirt, belt and footwear. A white shirt or gray sweater worn underneath the uniform shirt is optional. No jackets will be allowed to be worn during the visiting period. Inmate shoes issued to inmates by the institution or approved shoes purchased through the commissary are the only authorized footwear. No tennis shoes are permitted. Inmate Processing: Upon notification from the Camp Visiting OIC, inmates will report to the Visiting Room. No inmates are allowed to loiter outside the Visiting Room inmate entrance area or adjacent gates without notification for visiting. The Camp Visiting Room Officer will allow the inmate access to the Visiting Room for processing through the shakedown room. Inmates will be identified via the commissary card. All authorized items taken into the Visiting Room will be inspected, and the same items must leave the Visiting Room with the inmate, unless otherwise authorized. Unauthorized items will not be allowed or retained by the Officer.

Inmates will be pat searched prior to entering the visiting area. With prior written approval, inmates will be allowed to bring legal materials into the Visiting Room for Legal Visits: This material will be inspected by the Visiting Room Officer for contraband; however, the contents will not be read.

E. Inmates Departing the Visiting Room: Upon the completion of the visitation period, inmates will report to the Officer’s station to be identified. At the shakedown room, the Camp Visiting #2 Officer will conduct a pat search on all inmates exiting. Once an inmate leaves the visiting room, re-entry will not be permitted for the day.

F. Inmate Conduct During Visitation Period: Inmates are permitted to leave their seating areas for the following purposes:
• to use the inmate restroom
• to accompany visitor to the vending machines
• to go to the photo area (1 inmate at a time), and
• upon completion of his visit Inmates are not allowed to socialize with individuals other than their approved visitors.

The inmate restroom will be opened at all times. Inmates are forbidden from using the visitors’ rest rooms.

G. Patio Area: The patio area will be opened during the full visitation period. Table umbrellas are available to be used on the outside patio area during daytime visiting days only (weekends and federal holidays). Inmates or visitors will have the choice to sit on the patio or indoors. In the event that inmates and/or visitors engage in any behavior that violates the visiting regulations, the officers may assign sitting arrangements for close monitoring of the visit(s) upon authorization by the Operations Lieutenant. The patio gates are not to be used for entry or exit of the Visiting Room at any time during visitation periods.

Inmate and Visitor Conduct Within the Visiting Room: The inmate has the final responsibility to ensure all visits are conducted in a quiet and dignified manner. Inmates and their visitors are responsible for the behavior of their children. Any visit not conducted in an appropriate manner will be terminated. In the event that a visit must be terminated, the visiting room officer may terminate visits that are not conducted in the appropriate manner. Prior to terminating a visit, Visiting Room Officers must consult with the Institution Duty Officer or Operations Lieutenant.

The Associate Warden, Institution Duty Officer, or the Captain should be consulted in questionable cases. If a visit is terminated, Visiting Room staff will prepare a memorandum to the Unit Manager, through the Operations Lieutenant; with a copy forwarded to the Captain, explaining the circumstances.

Embracing and kissing by inmate family members will be permitted only at the initial greeting and at the conclusion of the visiting period. Limited physical contact reduces the opportunity for contraband to be introduced into the institution. No individuals will be allowed to sit on another person’s lap, with the exception of infants. No Straddling.

Visiting Room Officers should be aware of any articles exchanged between the inmate and the visitor. If there is any reasonable basis to suspect that an exchange of unauthorized materials is taking place, which constitutes a violation of the law or regulations, the Visiting Room Officer will examine the item. The Operations Lieutenant will be notified immediately whenever there is a reason to suspect contraband is being exchanged. A memorandum will be submitted to the SIS Office describing the event.

Any effort to violate visiting regulations will result in disciplinary action for the inmate. Disciplinary action may include denial of future visits; and criminal prosecution may be initiated against the visitor and the inmate.

The Operations Lieutenant and/or Institution Duty Officer may terminate visits for the following reasons:
• disruptive or improper conduct by the visitor or inmate,
• suspected introduction of contraband by visitor,
• failure to supervise children visiting, or inmate/visitor’s continued failure to comply with visiting regulations

Visitation Rules(Security)

Federal Minimum - Rules by Security

Federal Correctional Institution Thomson, IL Visiting Regulations


The following is an outline of the regulations and procedures governing visiting with inmates at the Federal Prison Camp. It is the philosophy of this institution that inmate contact (visits) with family and other persons will help an offender to plan a more realistic future for his return to society. Basic Regulations. All visitors will enter the institution at the front entrance. Each visitor must provide a valid photo identification card, (e.g., State ID, Driver's License, Passport) before being allowed to visit. Any person(s) not permitted to visit may not remain in the institution or parking lot. Approved visitors will not be allowed to go to and from their vehicles unless it is to return an item which was refused entry. When you have parked your car, make sure it is locked and the windows are closed. Each inmate is provided with an unlimited amount of visiting time during regular visiting hours with those persons on his approved visiting list unless circumstances warrant otherwise. Inmates assigned to the Special Housing Unit are allowed only a two-hour visit. When overcrowding occurs the Institution Supplement will be referred to. Inmates will be allowed a total of five (5) adult visitors and three (3) small children (under 3 years of age). Children older than 3 years and/or using a Visiting Room chair, will be counted towards the adult limit. The Institution Duty Officer and the Operations Lieutenant has the right to terminate any visit due to improper conduct on the part of the inmate or his visitor(s). Visitors will not be allowed to bring in or give anything to an inmate. Visitors are to refer and abide to the authorized items and attire list. Inmates are not allowed to receive food from outside sources. Visitors are not allowed to bring in food items or tobacco products. There are vending machines in the visiting room from which food snacks can be purchased. Concerns regarding the vending machines should be directed to the business office, or by calling the posted phone number on the machine. Individuals with medical problems which require them to carry medication into the visiting room must inform the Front Lobby Officer of their condition and receive permission to carry the medication into the visiting room.

Visitor Dress Requirements: Visitors are expected to wear clothing which is neither provocative nor enticing to the extent that a disruption to the orderly running of the institution could ensue. Clothing which is sexually suggestive or revealing is prohibited. No bare feet will be allowed except for infants. Clothing similar to that issued to inmates is not allowed (i.e., dark green trousers with plain white or dark green shirt at the FPC).

Prohibited Attire:
a. Shorts of any kind (except for small children under age of 10
b. Transparent garments of any kind
c. Sleeveless blouses or shirts, must cover entire shoulder
d. Bathing suits
e. Mini Skirts
f. Crop tops
g. Sun dresses
h. Halter tops
i. Backless tops
j. Hats, caps, scarfs
k. Wrap around skirts, shirts or dresses
l. Spandex pants, skirts or tights, Leotards, Leggings
m. Sweat pants/sweat shirts
n. Shirts or jeans with holes
o. Low cut blouses/dresses
p. Hooded shirts, jackets or sweaters
q. Skirts/dresses above knee level
r. Open toe Shoes, 3” max spike heel
s. Flip-flop style beach shoes

2) Authorized items:
a. Clear plastic bag no larger than 12x12
b. Money (Up to $25 in denominations not larger than $5.00)
c. Valid Photo identification
d. Essential medication (limited to the amount needed during the visiting period) Officer will have knowledge of medication in the visiting room.
e. One overgarment (coat, jacket, sweater)
f. One (1) car key g. Feminine Hygiene items, 1 tampon, 1 pad

3) Authorized items for infants and/or children:
a. Four (4) Diapers
b. One (1) package of baby wipes in clear plastic bag
c. One (1) change of infant clothing
d. Two (2) clear baby bottles with contents
e. Two (2) small jars of unopened baby food
f. One (1) receiving blanket
g. One (1) see-through drinking cup

4) Visiting Room - Prohibited items:
a. Tobacco products Attachment 1,
b. Handbags
c. Strollers, baby carriers
d. Newspapers
e. Baby diaper bags
f. Magazines
g. Toys
h. Electronic Equipment
i. Pocket knives
j. Handcuff keys
k. Chewing Gum
l. Wallets
m. Cell phones of any kind
Visiting Room Conduct. A short embrace and kiss at the beginning of the visit and when it has terminated is the only physical contact which will be allowed. Any excessive display of affection between inmate and visitor will not be permitted and could result in termination of the visit. Children under the age of 16 will not be allowed entry into the institution to visit unless they are accompanied by an adult visitor. Adult visitors will be responsible for the conduct of children under their supervision. This includes keeping them within the authorized visiting areas. Visitors may be denied entry by the Operations Lieutenant or Institution Duty Officer for non-compliance. Excessively provocative attire is a reason to deny and/or preclude visiting. Any effort to violate the visiting policies of the institution may result in disciplinary action against the inmate; which may include the denial of future visits. If warranted, criminal prosecution may be initiated against the visitor, the inmate, or both.

NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS: CONSENT TO SEARCH Federal Bureau of Prisons (Bureau) staff may search you and your belongings (bags, boxes, vehicles, containers in vehicles, jackets, coats, etc.) before you enter, or while you are on or inside, Bureau grounds or facilities. Consent to Search Implied. By entering or attempting to enter Bureau grounds or facilities, you consent to being searched in accordance with Bureau policy and Federal Regulations in volume 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 511. If you refuse to be searched, you may be prohibited from entering Bureau grounds or facilities. NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS: PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES AND OBJECTS You are prohibited from engaging in prohibited activities or possessing prohibited objects on Bureau grounds, or in Bureau facilities, without the knowledge and consent of the warden. Violators may be detained or arrested for possible criminal prosecution, either by Bureau staff, or local or Federal law enforcement authorities. Prohibited Activities include any activities that could jeopardize the Bureau’s ability to ensure the safety, security, and orderly operation of Bureau facilities, and protect the public, including, but not limited to, violations of Titles 18 and 21 of the United States Code, Federal regulations, or Bureau policies. Prohibited Objects include, but are not limited to, weapons, explosives, drugs, intoxicants, currency, cameras of any type, recording equipment, telephones, radios, pagers, electronic devices, and any other objects that violate criminal laws or are prohibited by Federal regulations or Bureau policies.

NOTICE. All persons entering this Federal property are subject to a search of their person and belongings (bags, boxes, vehicles, containers in vehicles, jackets, coats, etc.).

NOTICE: Firearms and other dangerous weapons are prohibited in this Federal facility. Violators may be criminally prosecuted under 18 U.S.C. § 930.