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Become a Visitor

Getting Added to an Inmate's Visiting List

Once an inmate has completed the intake process, they can submit visiting applications. In order to do this, they will need some basic information about the person wishing to visit them, including: the visitor’s name, address, date of birth, driver’s license number and phone number. 

An inmate may have up to 20 people on their approved visiting list, and it is their responsibility to select those visitors. Children under the age of 13 are not counted as part of the 20-person limit. A criminal records check will be completed on all applicants age 15 and over. 

For information on professional visits, see the Professional Visit and Communication Guide.

Submit an Application

A visitor can also complete and submit a visiting application, but submitting an application does not guarantee that an inmate will add you to their list. 

Visiting Approval

The inmate will be notified in writing if a visitor has been approved and added to their visiting list or denied. It is the inmate’s responsibility to notify the visitor of the approval or denial. If denied, the visitor or the inmate may appeal the decision.

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