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Old 05-04-2020, 10:04 PM
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Muppet439, Yes he is. Territorial is a good place to visit. I don't think visiting will be opened up by July. If you have any other specific questions, please ask.
They do enforce the dress code but they are polite about it. when they confirm your visitation you will get an email that has the dress code:

J. Visiting, Conduct, and Dress:
1. Offenders and their visitors are accountable to conduct themselves in such a manner as to not bring suspicion nor discredit upon them or be disruptive or offend the sensibilities of other visitors.
2. Visitors and offenders are required to obey all DOC employee instructions and to comply with these and all other relevant DOC ARs.
3. Visiting conditions will permit informal communication and reasonable levels of physical contact between offender and visitors. [4-4499-1] A short embrace and a brief closed mouth kiss may be permitted at the beginning and at the end of each visit. During visits, offenders may hold hands with their visitor. Breast-feeding of infants is only allowed in the designated area noted in the facility procedures
4. It is the responsibility of visitors to supervise and maintain control over their minor children. Any physical discipline of such minor children deemed necessary cannot occur on correctional facility property. If a minor becomes disruptive during a visit and is not controlled by verbal instruction from the supervising visitor, the visit will be terminated.
5. All adult and minor visitors, including attorneys, must be fully dressed in appropriate, conventional clothing which is not unduly provocative, suggestive, or revealing and does not resemble offender attire or present adornments which could be used as a weapon. Other visitor clothing standards include:
a. Any clothing worn on the top half of the body must have sleeves and not expose the cleavage line, back, midriff and/or underarm at any time while standing, sitting and/or bending down.
b. The only jewelry or adornment visitors will be permitted to wear into the visiting area is a wedding ring set, one religious necklace pendant, and medical alert badges. Medicine bags are not allowed. Any dermal jewelry implants that cannot be removed by the visitor will be allowed.
c. No controversial/objectionable gang, obscene, drug and alcohol designs, messages or profanity on clothing.
d. Hair extensions and/or wigs will be permitted but are subject to search in a respectful and appropriate manner. Hair extensions which are attached to the hair with a clip or comb will not be allowed. Only hair accessories which are soft in nature will be permitted to be worn inside the visiting area.
e. Top or bottom clothing which is solid green solid orange, camouflage, or tactical in nature is not permitted. NO CARGO PANTS
f. Shoes are required. Infants are not required to wear shoes until such time as they can walk. Infants and toddlers who are able to walk must wear shoes at all times during the visit. Minors are allowed to wear shoes that display lights.
g. Appropriate undergarments are required, and will not be visible.
h. Clothing which is sheer or transparent will only be permitted if non-transparent articles are worn beneath and no undergarments (bra or underwear) are visible. Clothing that contains holes and/or rips will not be permitted.
i. Outer garments worn on the bottom half of the body must be no shorter than the knee while standing.
j. Trousers will be worn in the manner intended (no sagging).
k. Wrap-around clothing will not be allowed.
l. Visitors are not to wear hats into the visiting area, except for religious hats or headgear or by approval of a disability accommodation. Gloves, scarves, or outer garments, such as topcoats, raincoats, jackets, and similar inclement weather attire will not be permitted within the visiting area. No hooded garments will be allowed in the visiting area.
m. If a pull over, zipper, or button up sweater is worn, it will be worn at all times inside the visiting area. A garment is required to be worn underneath the sweater within the guidelines of this policy.
n. Leggings and jeggings may only be worn under outer garments that must be no shorter than the knee while standing.
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