What can I bring to a visit?

Published 10/01/2015 09:11 AM   |    Updated 10/01/2015 09:11 AM
What can I bring to a visit?
Visitors shall not be permitted to possess or carry the following items into the visiting area: Firearms, weapons, knives, ammunition, narcotics, medication (unless the medication is life-saving or life-sustaining, such as nitroglycerin pills, oxygen bottles, bee sting kits, inhalers, etc), controlled substances, alcoholic beverages, marijuana, tobacco and tobacco related items, cameras, video and audio recording equipment and electronic devices, including, but not limited to: cameras, cellular telephones, pagers, blackberries, radios, tape recorders, etc. Visitors may not carry anything into the visiting area except one (1) clear, plastic baby bottle and/or pacifier and one (1) diaper. If life-saving or life-sustaining medication is brought to the facility, the visitor must advise the staff at the visiting desk that they are carrying such medications. Each adult visitor shall be permitted to bring up to $ 20.00 (coins only) into the visiting area to be used to purchase items from vending machines. Visitors shall not give any money to an offender. Giving money to an offender shall be considered trafficking and shall cause the visit to be stopped and the visitor restricted from visiting the offender in the future.
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