A. Visiting is a privilege and will be extended to inmates as described below.
a. Visitor Guidelines
WTRJ is committed to encouraging relationships between inmates, their family and friends. We strongly feel that visitation is an important part of inmate rehabilitation. At the same time WTRJ must provide for the safety/security of the facility, staff, inmates, and most importantly, the safety of other visitors, the public and you.
b. Visitation Termination
Your visit will be terminated if:
- The inmate violates any established rules and regulations.
- The visitor does not comply with the rules and regulations governing visitation.
Note: ALL visitors are subject to search. Refusal to be searched will cancel your visit.
Note: All visitors must acknowledge that visitation is a privilege and may be suspended. Violation of the privilege may result in disciplinary action against inmate/visitor. Inmates on administrative/disciplinary segregation or in control status may be denied visitation.
c. Visitors Per Inmate
Due to increased occupancy and limited visitation space, WTRJ limits lobby and visitor panel access only to authorized visitors.
NO MORE THAN TWO (2) AUTHORIZED VISITORS PER INMATE ARE ALLOWED.
d. Inmate and Visitor Rules and Regulations
- Inmates are allowed one (1) twenty (20) minute visit.
- Visitors must be on the inmates Request for Visitation Privileges form (RVP).
- Visitors MUST be signed in thirty (30)minutes prior to the start of the visitation time (see schedule).
- ALL visitors MUST be 16 years of age or older with a valid drivers license, ID, military ID, passport or school ID.
- Visitors will NOT be allowed to switch phones AT ALL.
- When the phone is terminated, visitor must immediately exit the facility.
- Visitors are prohibited from leaving personal items unattended in the lobby area. Items may be stored in provided public lockers or secured in vehicles.
- NO unattended children in the lobby.
e. Items Allowed in Visitation Panel/Building Keys - Example: Car Keys or House Keys
f. Items NOT allowed in Visitation Panel/Building
- TOBACCO RELATED PRODUCTS
- LIGHTING DEVICES
- POCKET BOOKS
- HAND BAGS
- BACK PACKS
- COMMUNICATION DEVICES
- PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVICES
g. Dress Code
- Shirt and shoes mandatory
- Clothing that expose an undue amount of flesh(ex. exposing chest, back, br breast,thighs, or midsections) is prohibited. Sleeveless shirts will NOT be allowed
- Bermuda-length shorts may be worn provided they are NOT to exceed no more than (3”) above the kneecap.
- NO sleeveless dresses will be allowed, dresses and skirt hems are NOT to exceed more than (3”) above the kneecap.
- Any article of clothing with a picture or language that may be considered profane or offensive by the current public or WTRJ staff will NOT be allowed.
- Clothing designed or intended to be tightly worn, to excessively accent the body (ex. spandex, tights, leggings, tank tops, etc.) is prohibited.
Visitors may wear casual dress that is reasonable and appropriate.
WTRJ reserves the right to refuse admittance to inappropriately dressed visitors.
h. Housing Unit Visitation Schedule
|Friday||Foxtrot (non worker)||1||7:00pm|
|*Alpha Block Only||2||7:30pm|
|B-6 & B-7||7:00pm|
B. Attorneys 7:30am - 9:30pm Monday through Sunday
Clergy, religious volunteers, social workers and representatives of volunteer organizations may be granted visiting privileges in accordance with current procedures and schedules. Contact the Director of Treatment with any questions or to schedule a special visit time.
D. Holiday visiting will be prescribed according to staff mandates.
E. Former WTRJ Inmates are not permitted to visit other inmates in the Jail until 30 days have transpired since their release.
F. Inmates may decline visits by particular individuals, news media, etc.
G. Restrictions to Visiting:
Inmates in disciplinary segregation, cell restriction, medical isolation, close observation, or suicide watch will be denied personal visits with family or friends. This does not apply; however, to attorneys or court related personnel in the performance of their duty.
H. Visitors may not bring items for inmates. The Director of Security or Treatment may grant exceptions.