Can an ex-offender visit a family member who is incarcerated?

Published 10/01/2015 09:10 AM   |    Updated 10/01/2015 09:10 AM
Can an ex-offender visit a family member who is incarcerated?
Visitors shall be asked whether they are or have been committed to the Department of Correction. Visitors who are on parole, probation or under the supervision of a court shall not be permitted to visit an offender without the prior approval of the Superintendent of the facility and the supervising Parole Agent, Probation Officer, or Court Officer. If approval is granted, the ex-offender must present the approval letter each time they request a visit.
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