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All visitors must pass through a metal detector. If you have a medical condition that may set off the metal detector, please be prepared to provide proof from your doctor detailing which part of your body might set off the detector (such as hip or knee replacements). It is important to do this before your first visit to eliminate the possibility of being turned away. Visitors with metal implants may be asked to submit to a clothed pat search.

Visitors are expected to read and understand all of the following rules:

  • Visitation is a privilege, not a right, afforded to inmates/visitors under the jurisdiction of the Utah Department of Corrections.
  • Visitors shall comply with all Department rules, policies and procedures.
  • Visitors are subject to search of their person, personal belongings and vehicle upon entering all prison facilities. Visitation may be denied for failure to submit to such search request.
  • Illegal and nuisance contraband is strictly prohibited.
  • Falsification of any visiting form may result in a visiting suspension.
  • Visitors who have questions regarding the rules, regulations and procedures are responsible to ask staff for clarification in order to thoroughly understand them.
  • Visitors not in compliance with visiting rules shall be warned and/or required to leave the visiting area.
  • Visiting rules apply without exception to all Utah correctional facilities. Due to the security concerns unique to maximum-security units and off-site medical facilities, additional rules may apply.
  • All adult visitors shall submit a renewal form annually. If visiting staff determine that a visitor has submitted an annual renewal form, staff shall notify the inmate or visitor. If visiting staff does not received a renewal form within 30 days, they shall remove the visitor from the inmate's approved visiting list.
  • All minor visitors will be automatically removed from an inmate's visiting list, without notification, on the minor's 18th birthday. It is the responsibility of the inmate to submit an adult application, prior to the minor's 18th birthday.
  • The Department shall not be responsible for the loss of personal items brought on prison property.
General Visitor Rules:
 
Visitor Conduct:
 
Visitor Dress Standards:
 
1. All visitors shall adhere to the following visitor dress standards:
 
a. Visitors must be fully clothed including footwear;
 
b. All clothing shall be knee length when standing including slits in garments;
 
c. Undergarments must be worn at all times and cannot be exposed; and
 
d. Religious attire may be worn but is subject to removal so it can be searched.
 
2. The following types of clothing shall not be allowed:
 
a. Any clothing, taken as a whole, that resembles inmate issued clothing;
 
b. Transparent, tight, revealing or sheer clothing;
 
c. Any items that may not pass the metal detector;
 
d. Any type of shirt that shows the bare shoulders, midriff or back and low cut shirts that show cleavage;
 
e. Clothing that displays gang insignia, offensive slogans or obscene words, phrases or pictures;
 
f. Hats, hoods, caps, hooded tops and/or jackets with hoods and
 
g. No more than 3 items of jewelry.
Processing Visitors Entering Visiting Area:
 
General Visiting Times and Duration: