Mon: 7:00-10:00 pm
Thu: 7:00-10:00 pm
Sat: 12:30-3:30 pm
(Pr/WR) Wed: 7:00-10:00 pm
(Pr/WR) Sat: 8:30-11:30 am
(Pr/WR) Sun: 8:30-11:30 am
(Gp) Tue: 7:00-10:00 pm
(Gp) Sat: 12:30-3:30 pm
(Gp) Sun: 12:30-3:30 pm
It is important to call the prison to confirm schedule before visiting.
e: DRESS CODE FOR VISITORS
The following items are not permitted to be worn in the George W. Hill Correctional Facility:
No tight fitting clothing (Supervisor’s discretion)
All shoes must have straps around the heel
No see through or torn garments
No tank tops, sleeveless shirts or other attire with “spaghetti” straps
Nothing above mid-thigh (shorts or skirts), no splits above mid-thigh, no midriffs (shirts must cover
the waist line)
Females must wear bras and panties
No hair accessories, hand and/or hair ties
No hooded sweatshirts or jackets and no one will be permitted inside of a secure portion of the
facility with any type of attire covering their face or capable of concealing their identity. This
includes scarves, veils, hoods, hats, or any other garment. (EXCEPTION FOR APPROVED RELIGIOUS
GARMENTS. Muslim females will be searched before and after leaving the visitation room by the
same female Correctional Officer. All other religious attire, including head coverings of all types,
worn by either Males or Females will be searched thoroughly and may be worn into the facility if
all searches are negative for contraband.)
No double layer clothing
No coats or hats
No blankets, bibs, bottles, diaper bags or pacifiers
No jewelry, except wedding bands, engagement rings or religious medals
No accessories-i.e. broaches, pins or clips
No pictures, cards or letters are allowed to be brought into the facility
No currency, including checks or money orders. Money can be placed on an inmate’s account
using the kiosks located in the lobby.
No pagers or cell phones, PDA’s or other communication devices.
No gum or candy or any other food items.
NO TOBACCO PRODUCTS, MATCHES OR LIGHTERS
NO CLOTHING (SCRUBS/OUTFITS)RESEMBLING INMATE ATTIRE IN COLOR OR DESIGN
All visitors to this facility are required to arrive by vehicle. There is no walking along the facility
grounds permitted by visitors.
Visitors can ask to speak to the Shift Commander if at any point they have an issue during
George W. Hill Correctional Facility Additional information:
CEC provides jail detention management services at this facility.
Two full-time reentry counselors are available for discharge planning.
The facility provides a psycho-education program, Prison Re-entry Education Program (PREP). This program addresses substance abuse and criminal addictive behaviors and is offered to voluntary and mandated offenders.
GWHCF facilitates weekly Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
HIV/AIDS education, counseling, and discharge planning are available.
GWHCF offers Parenting classes, Intermediate Education, Basic Carpentry, Targeting Success, Workplace Essential Skills, Pre-Adult Basic Education, Adult Basic Education, GED Preparation, GED Testing, Computer Literacy, and Positive Living Assistance Network (PLAN - our mental health education program).
Anger management, sex offender treatment, Houses of Healing and ACT 143 classes are available to voluntary and mandated offenders.
Recreation services include physical exercise in the facility gym, activities/games, entertainment/films, and haircuts.
Offenders can schedule time in the law library to work on the preparation of legal documents. Library services include a Notary Public and a leisure lending library.
Religious services can be accessed through volunteers, faith-based community Initiatives, and a religious library.
Work Release Program are available to qualified detainees.
Mentoring services focusing on decision making are provided through volunteers authorized by administration.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.