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Taft Correctional Institution (CI) - CLOSING JAN 31, 2020

Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

Last Updated: May 15,2020


Visitation Hours

Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Federal Holidays 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Number of Visits/Frequency of Visits: Number of Visits/Frequency of Visits: Visiting will be based on a point system. On the first day of each month, inmates at the FCI will be credited 6 points. Inmates at the FPC will be credited 9 points. FCI and FPC Inmates will be charged one point for every visit. Visiting points are automatically deducted by the Computer Visiting Program. When inmates have exhausted their points, visiting privileges will be discontinued until the first day of the upcoming month. Points will not carry over from one month to the next.

Visitation days for the FCI are based on an odd/even system for Saturday’s and Sunday’s and will rotate monthly. Visiting on Friday for the FCI will be both odd and even.

If an inmate’s fifth number of the register number is even, he will be allowed to visit on even dates; if the fifth number of the register number is odd, visitation days will be on odd dates. For months ending with consecutive odd number days, the last day of the current month will be an even visitation day. On Thanksgiving, and Christmas, visiting will be both odd and even. No points will be deducted for the day of Thanksgiving or Christmas.

General Visitation Information

Regular Visitors: Ordinarily, within the first five (5) working days after arrival, inmates will be allowed to establish a visiting list.

Members of the Immediate Family: All adult members of the inmates immediate family will normally be placed on the approved list of visitors upon the inmates request. Immediate family includes: father, mother, step-parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, or anyone that has served as a parent, such as a legal guardian, foster parents, grandparents (established in the inmates pre-sentence report). For individuals with a different family name to be considered for visiting, documentation should be submitted to the Unit Team. The Unit Team member will verify the visitors status as immediate family prior to the initial visit.

The mother of an inmates child(ren), but not legally married to the inmate, will be considered for visits in order to accompany the minor child(ren).

Persons with Criminal Records: The existence of a criminal record does preclude visits. Consideration will be given to the nature, extent and recentness of the criminal record, as weighed against the value of the relationship. Each case will be requested through the Unit Team and approved by the Associate Warden of Operations and Programs.

Children under Sixteen: Children under the age of 16 may not visit unless accompanied by an approved adult visitor. Children shall be kept under direct supervision of a responsible adult. There are no designated areas for children. Exceptions in unusual circumstances may be made by special approval of the Warden.

Special Visits: Special visits can be authorized by the Associate Warden, through a recommendation by the Unit Manager, normally under extraordinary circumstances. Special visits, for the purpose of this supplement are defined as an inmate request to visit on other than their normal day.

Inmates will submit special visit requests in advance of the visiting date. Once approved by the Associate Warden, a Unit Team member will provide copies of the written visit authorization to the Front Lobby and Visiting Room Officers, and will enter the visit authorization information into the computer visiting program.

The written visit authorization memorandum will state the following details: date of the visit, specific names of visitors, and the reason for granting the special visit. During non-visiting days, a Unit Team member will provide supervision for the special visit.

Other relatives and friends will be those individuals with whom the inmate had an association with prior to incarceration. 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. This association must be determined by the inmates unit team to be a positive relationship. These relatives and friends will be added to the visiting list only after a favorable background check.The approval must be made by the inmates Unit Manager. Theinmate will be notified of approval or disapproval so that he can notify the proposed visitor.

Entrance Procedures: Visitors will be allowed into the facilitys parking area 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the visitation hours. After the visitation hours are completed, all visitors must leave the facility. Visitors found loitering in the parking area during non-visiting hours will be instructed to leave the facility. All visitors will be required to park and secure their vehicles in the designated parking spaces provided for visitors. Individuals who are not visiting will not be permitted to remain in their vehicles or in the parking area except to pick up or discharge passengers.

All visitors will be instructed to complete the Notification to Visitors form, which affirms that no contraband is in their possession. The Notification to Visitors forms will be maintained for one year.

Visitors must have proof of their identity prior to the visit. Staff shall verify the identity of each visitor through a valid, unexpired photo identification card issued by a Local, State or Federal Government agency, (for example: drivers license, passport, resident card), prior to admission of the visitor to the Visiting Room. The Operations Lieutenant and the Institution Duty Officer will be responsible for handling all denials of visiting privileges.

Visitors for the FCI will report to the Front Lobby, where they will be processed and then escorted to the Visiting Room.

Visitor Searches: In order to deter the introduction of contraband into the facility, all visitors entering 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.

Dress Code for Visitors: Inmates are responsible for informing their prospective visitors of the dress attire permitted in the visiting room.
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 similar to and resembles the style or color of that issued to inmates (for example, khaki colored clothing with plain white or khaki shirt at the FCI) is not allowed to be worn inside the Visiting Room. Clothing which is sexually suggestive or revealing is prohibited. No bare feet will be allowed except for infants.

  1. 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
    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 (one tampon, one 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
    NOTE: Only the amount of articles for children necessary for the duration of the visit will be allowed. Excessive amounts will be not be allowed.
  4. Visiting Room - Prohibited items:
    a. Tobacco products
    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
  5. Visitors are not allowed to bring any items in to give to inmates.

Staff will contact the Operations Lieutenant or the current Duty Officer prior to denying a visitor entry into the institution based on their attire. Visitors with excess money or personal items which are not authorized, will be asked to remove them from the institution.

There are a limited number of lockers reserved for use by visitors who do not have vehicles on the premises. Items too large to fit into lockers must be removed from the institution. When utilizing the lockers, visitors will be given a key; and they will keep it until they are ready to depart the institution. At no time will any staff retain any type of visitors property.

Inmates Entering the Visiting Room: Inmates entering the Visiting Room will be dressed in institution-issued trousers, shirts, and boots. One commissary purchased long-sleeve undergarment, i.e., long-john, t-shirt is allowed to be worn under institution clothing during visiting. No tennis shoes are permitted. Commissary ordered boots provided they are black in color are authorized. Medical shoes will be authorized only with valid medical documentation.

  1. Authorized items for inmates in Visiting Room:
    a. One comb
    b. One handkerchief
    c. One wedding band (no stones)
    d. One religious medallion (no stones), with chain
    e. Prescription eyeglasses

All items taken into the Visiting Room will be inspected and inventoried, and the same items must leave the Visiting Room with the inmate. Visiting Room Officers will complete Attachment 2 (Shakedown Room Inmate Log form) of this supplement.

With prior 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.

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 persons 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/visitors continued failure to comply with visiting regulations.

Computer Visiting Program: To ensure proper tracking of FCI inmates, visiting records will be entered into the institutions Computer Visiting Program. This program includes the following data: visiting lists, visitation history, visitation points, inmate information, visitors information, special comments or instructions and other records. It also generates a wide variety of visitation related reports.

The Front Lobby Officer (FCI) will enter the visitors information into the program. After ensuring that the individual is approved to visit and visitation points are available and deducted, the visitor will be logged into the system. The time of arrival and departure of both inmates and visitors will be logged in. Upon completion of the visitation period, the Visiting Room OIC will generate a report which includes the names of both inmates and visitors, visitation period times, and the total amount of visits. The daily visitation report will be forwarded to the Captain for records maintenance.

In the event that the computer system or Visiting Program become inoperative, the visitation processing will be conducted by utilizing the visiting lists maintained in applicable visitors processing area. Unit Team staff are responsible for maintaining and updating the visiting lists. Visiting lists are organized in alphabetical order and maintained in designated folders per housing units. The files containing the visiting lists must be stored in a secured area because the contents include sensitive information. The FCI visiting lists are currently stored in the Front Lobbys secured file cabinet.

The Officer will ensure that the visitor is listed on the visiting list prior to allowing access into the Visiting Room. If the visiting list is missing or the visitors information cannot be verified, Unit Team will be contacted to attempt to get the information. If Unit Team is not available or the visitors information cannot be verified, the Duty Officer and/or Operations Lieutenant will be contacted for further instructions.

The daily visitation report will be generated by manually counting the amount of inmates, adult visitors and children recorded on the Notification to Visitor form. The total amount of each category and total amount of visitors will be forwarded to the Captains Office via memorandum. The results of the daily visitation report will be entered on the applicable log book.

Visitation Rules

Federal Low - Rules by Type

FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION VISITING ROOM SPECIFIC PROCEDURES: Visiting will be based on a point system. On the first day of each month, all FCI inmates will be credited six (6) points. Visitors for the FCI will report to the Front Lobby, where they will be processed and then escorted to the Visiting Room. The FCI Visiting Room is comprised of an interior visiting area and a patio area. Assigned seating is enforced in the interior visiting area. The patio area will be opened only due to overcrowding inside the Visiting Room. The patio area must be supervised by an Officer when in use. There are no designated areas for children to play; therefore, children must be supervised by the visitor at all times. Upon completion of the visiting period, visitors will be escorted out of the Visiting Room.

A. Visitor Processing: FCI Visitors will report to the Front Lobby for processing. The Front Lobby Officer will ensure that visitors complete the Notification to Visitor forms, sign the appropriate Visitors Log, and clear the searches procedures. The Front Lobby Officer will stamp the back of the visitor’s hand with an invisible ink stamp. The Front Lobby Officer will log the visitor’s information into the computer visiting program and will write the inmate’s unit and work assignment information on the Notification to Visitor form to assist the Visiting Room Officers to locate the inmate.
B. 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. Minors under the age of 16 years old will not be submitted to pat/visual searches; however, they will be required to clear a metal detection device.

All visitors are required to clear a metal detection device and submit their personal property to x-ray screening. Additionally, all visitors will be subjected to random pat searches, vehicle searches and screening for illegal substances by utilizing a drug detection device.

Metal detection screening will be conducted with a Walk-Thru Metal detector or Transfrisker (hand-held portable metal detector). Personal property will be screened with the Rapiscan x-ray machine. Detection of illegal substances will be screened with the ION Scan 500 DT Contraband Detector. The randomness of the pat searches and illegal substances screening will be established by the Front Lobby Officer. 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. ION Spectrometry Devise Program-ION Scan 500 DT: The Ion spectrometry device program is a minimally intrusive method for screening people, their belongings, mail, and packages for the presence of illegal substances. According to Program Statement 5522.01, Ion Spectrometry Device, Page 11, Section 12, the following procedures will be implemented in order to protect the safety, security, and orderly operation of the institution. A confirmed positive test result for an illegal substance(s) satisfies the reasonable suspicion standard warranting further investigation, searches, controlled visitation, or denied visitation of an inmate visitor.

If an inmate visitor tests positive for the presence of an illegal substance(s) the Warden or his designee possess the discretion to require a pat/visual search as a prerequisite to visitation, or a complete denial of visitation. A sign posted at the Front Lobby entrance of the institution warns visitors that an electronic contraband detection device is in use at this institution. The sign is available in English and Spanish. If an illegal substance is identified on the visitor’s person, they will be denied entry into this facility.

Visitor Testing: All visitors, including contractors and volunteers, except as noted below, are subject to testing through the ion spectrometry device program.

Ordinarily, Department of Justice employees, state and local law enforcement personnel, Members of Congress, and members of the Judicial Branch are not screened by the device. However, the Warden reserves the right to test these individuals prior to entering the facility.

Random Selection Testing: While all visitors are subject to testing, institution resources and time management will ordinarily make testing every visitor impractical. Consequently, random visitor testing will occur. (a) “Every Third visitor” (b) “Test Four, skip Two” (c) “Test Two, skip Four, Test Three, skip Four”

At no time will disciplinary action be taken against an inmate when an individual scheduled to visit the inmate tests positive for a controlled substance. Prior to denying visitation the Warden or his designee will assess each positive confirmed test on its own merit.
• 1st Offense – Visiting privilege suspended for 48 hours.
• 2nd Offense – Visiting privilege suspended for 30 days.
• 3rd Offense - Visiting privilege suspended for 90 days.
• Fourth and Subsequent Occurrences- Visiting privilege will be suspended for 180 days.

Any visitor that fails to submit to a random drug screening or refuses a pat/visual search will be denied access to the institution.

D. Visitor Escorting Procedures: The Visiting Escort Officer will be responsible for escorting visitors in and out of the Visiting Room. Each visitor will have the back of their hand stamped by the Front Lobby Officer, utilizing a stamp using invisible ink. Prior to entering or departing the institution, the visitor’s identity will be verified against his photo identification card and his or her hand will be scanned with the ultraviolet light to ensure the presence of the stamp, at the sally port, by the escorting staff member. In the event the stamp is not visible upon departure, the visitor will be escorted back to the Visiting Room and the Operations Lieutenant will be notified to receive further instructions. A maximum of 5 (five) visitors may be escorted at any time. Children under the age of ten are exempt from the maximum amount of visitors that may be escorted.

E. Visitors Entering the Visiting Room: Visitors will be escorted to the Officer’s Station by the Escort Officer to receive a seat assignment. The Visiting Room OIC will log the arrival date of the visitor(s) into the computer visiting program. F. 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 Visiting Room OIC will return the photo identifications to the visitors. All visitors will move to the exit door to await an escort. Inmates will not be permitted to loiter by the exit door area while the visitors await escort. The Escort Officer will collect the photo identification cards of the visitors that will be escorted.

Adult visitors will surrender their photo identification cards to the escorting officer prior to leaving the Visiting Room. The Escorting Officer will process the visitors out through the front sally port, identifying each individual by name, photo identification, and backlight stamp. Upon confirming the identification of the visitor and the presence of the invisible ink stamp, the Escorting Officer will return the photo identifications to the respective visitors. The Escorting Officer or Visiting Room staff are the only members authorized to escort visitors out. The Front Lobby Officer will complete the exit process for all visitors as outlined in the current Institution Supplement on Entrance and Exit Procedures. Once a visitor leaves the Visiting Room, re-entry will not be permitted for the day. Visiting room staff will coordinate with the Front Lobby before escorting visitors to Front Lobby. Visitors will not be permitted to witness staff being screened in the Front Lobby.

G. Inmates Entering the Visiting Room: Inmate Processing: Inmates will be identified via the commissary card. All items taken into the Visiting Room will be inventoried, and the same items must leave the Visiting Room with the inmate. The Visiting Room Officer will complete the Inmate Shakedown Log (Attachment 2) to maintain an inventory of the inmate’s items. Unauthorized items will not be allowed or retained by the Officer. All inmates will be thoroughly pat searched and screened with the hand held metal detector upon entering. 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.

H. Inmates Departing the Visiting Room: Upon the completion of the visitation period, inmates will report to the Officer’s station to be identified. Inmates will wait at their designated door to be processed out. A visual search on all inmates exiting the Visiting Room will be conducted. I. Inmate Conduct During Visitation Period: Inmates are permitted to leave their assigned seating area only for the following purposes:
• to use the inmate restroom (Escorted Only )
• to go to the photo area (1 inmate at a time)
• to accompany visitor to vending machines, staying behind the red line (1 inmate at a time)
• upon completion of his visit Inmates desiring to use the restroom must request a staff escort from the Officer at the Officer’s station. The restroom will be secured when not in use.

J. Special Housing Unit (SHU): SHU inmates will be allowed to visit, unless visiting is denied for security reasons or disciplinary matters. SHU inmates will be seated at designated tables adjacent to the Visiting Room Officer’s station. Inmates assigned to SHU will be limited to two hours for their visit. Due to possible separation concerns, CIM clearance will be obtained from the Control Center Officer prior to escorting SHU inmates to the Visiting Room. At no time will inmates who are CIM separated from each other or have other separation concerns be allowed into the visiting area at the same time.

K. Patio Area: The patio area may be used as an overflow for the main indoor Visiting Room only when overcrowding occurs. Inmates or visitors do not elect whether they are to be placed in the patio or indoors. Inmates currently assigned to the Special Housing Unit, will not be allowed in the patio area. 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 Low - Rules by Security

FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION MIAMI, FLORIDA VISITING REGULATIONS, VISITORS HANDOUT The following is an outline of the regulations and procedures governing visiting with inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution/Federal Prison Camp, Miami, Florida. 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., Khaki colored clothing).

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 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.