Each inmate is entitled to one (1), one (1) hour visit per day with a maximum of (3) visitors.
IF YOU ARE PARTY TO A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED VISITATION BY LAW. East Visitation: All visits will go upstairs 5 minutes before the visit. Secure visits are offered daily at 9:00am; 10:00am; 1:00 pm; 2:00pm; 6:30pm; and 7:30pm. The visitation cut-off closes half an hour before the hour of visitation (Please note the earliest you can sign-in is one hour prior to the time of the visit). West Visitation: All visits will go upstairs 10 minutes before the visit. Secured visit days and times are as follows: Sunday, Monday, & Wednesday Thursday Tuesday, Friday & Saturday 1pm, 2pm, 7pm, 8pm 1pm, 2pm 9am, 10am, 1pm, 2pm, 7pm, 8pm
You must call 269-0900 between 3:15pm until 4:15pm Monday through Friday (except Thursday) for the 7pm and 8pm visits.
You will need to bring picture identification each time you visit. All visitors must have identification, regardless of age: Driver's license, State ID, passport, military ID, Tribal ID, etc. A parent or legal guardian must accompany minors and identification for minors must be provided. If not the minor's parent, guardianship paperwork must be presented when signing up for visitation.
Visitors are responsible for controlling their children while in the lobby and on the visiting floor. Unruly or uncontrollable children will result in the visitation being terminated.
Dress Code: Visitors must be appropriately attired. Revealing or inappropriate clothing will result in the visit being denied or discontinued. Men must wear pants/slacks and shirts with sleeves. Women must wear pants/slacks or dress/skirt no shorter than 4" above the knee and shirts with sleeves. No cutoffs, tank tops, shorts, beachwear, hooded attire or headwear are allowed.
No food or drinks are allowed on the visiting floor.
Prior authorization for use of cell phones, cameras and recording/electrical devices is required for use in the facility. If you are found using these devices without authorization you may be barred from visiting.
If you have been incarcerated in a State of Alaska institution within the last 60 days you are not authorized visitation by law UNLESS you are an immediate family member.
Prisoners may correspond with anyone unless such correspondence jeopardizes the safety of a person, a prisoner’s rehabilitation, or the security of the institution. Therefore, prisoners may not correspond with their victims, persons they are court ordered not to contact, and people under the age of 16 to whom they are not related.
Prisoners may receive through the mail correspondence, photos, money orders, cashier’s checks, and certified checks for $500 or less. No other items may be received by prisoners without pre-approval from the Superintendent. If family and friends send in items other than those detailed above, the prisoner is required to return to sender or forward the mail to another address, at the prisoner’s expense. If the prisoner does not have enough money to accomplish this then the items will be disposed of within 30 days.
All mail, unless it is considered “Privileged Mail” will be opened outside the presence of the prisoner and inspected for contraband. If it appears to contain information that is prohibited, it will be read for content and the prisoner will be provided written notification that the mail was read unless notice would hamper an investigation of criminal activity referred to in the communication.
Mail to prisoners should be addressed as follows for the East building:
Prisoner's full name Anchorage Correctional Complex 1400 East 4th Avenue Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Mail to prisoners should be addressed as follows for the West Building:
Prisoner's full name Anchorage Correctional Complex 1300 East 4th Avenue Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Prisoners may NOT receive postage stamps through the mail.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.