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Deep Meadow Correctional Center

State Farm, Virginia 23160

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(804) 598-5503
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Deep Meadow Correctional Center Visiting Information:

All institutions allow visiting on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays. To reduce crowding in the visiting room, many institutions alternate days inmates may visit based on the alphabet or inmate I.D. number. Be sure to check with the institution or with the offender you plan to visit to determine which day he/she may visit.
Inmates are permitted a minimum of one hour per visiting day with visitors, although the length of visits may be determined by activity in the visiting area such as the number of visitors on a given day; available space; or institutional staff resources.
Most institutions use an on-site visitor registration process. All visitors, including minors, are required to complete the Visitor Application and Background Investigation Authorization Form before visiting (please see the forms page). Due to a change in the visitor tracking system, after May 16, 2011, all visitors, including those who previously provided an application, will be required to submit a new application.
Children under the age of 18 may visit inmates only with the permission of their parent or guardian, or pursuant to a valid court order.
All such children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is on the inmate's approved visiting list.
Emancipated minors, including spouses, will be approved for visitation in the same manner as adult visitors. Please contact a specific facility to obtain further information on their visiting program.
Visitation procedures at individual institutions may vary and can be changed at any time without prior notice. Please contact the correctional center or unit before planning a visit.

Deep Meadow Correctional Center Additional information:

Beginning May 1, 2012, offenders may now utilize Offender Phone Accounts (PIN Debit Accounts) that allow them to make calls from a phone account that they control. Funds placed into the Offender Phone Account may be used by offenders to make calls to anyone on their approved call list, and the expense of the call will be deducted from their Offender Phone Account. Offenders can not call cell phone numbers using their debit account. To make a deposit to an Offender Phone Account, visit http://www.offenderconnect.com and establish a deposit account. You will need to know the Offender ID number of the offender for whom you wish to make a deposit.

As of February 1, 2010, offenders may make phone calls to cell phones. Families and friends must set up the authorized phone number with Global Tel*Link (GTL) at 1-800-483-8314. The following stipulations apply:


  • Phone calls to cell phones will be charged the same rate as pre-paid calls.

  • Offender call lists will remain limited to 15 numbers.

  • This service does not apply to pre-paid cell phones.

  • The cell phone number must match the residential address of the family member or friend.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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  1. My fiance’ just got there today will I be able to see him this up coming saturday?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Alisha,

      You need to be on the inmate’s visitor’s list. You also have to fill out a visitor’s application and it has to be approved by the proson authorities. I would recommend calling the prison to confirm the process before you visit.

  2. keyondra says:

    I just wanted to know how do i add money so my bro can call me bc when i go to the site your jail doesnt even show up…

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Keyondra,

      Please note the following information. I recommend your calling the facility for additional information.

      Inmate Account Information

      If you wish to send money to an inmate’s account, the Department of Corrections (DOC) encourages you to do so electronically using one of the following options:

      JPay

      Offender Connect

      Secure Deposits

      Western Union

      IMPORTANT NOTE: If incarcerated friends or family members owe fines, costs or restitution, a percentage of any money deposited (regardless if you use this electronic option) may go to paying the inmate’s debts in accordance with DOC policy.

  3. chey says:

    Mi man jus gt there nt to long ago and i wnt to visit …i havent yet only because my id is cracked in so many places it has clear tape as ll around and i hav no tims to get another..will they accept my id you can still see all the information

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Chey,

      I would recommend obtaining a new ID. However, if the photo and information is clear on your present ID, then you should not have a problem. Keep in mind, it is up to the correctional officers to make the decision.

  4. How long are the visits? I dont want to drive 2hrs and only get 40 mins to see him..i need answers

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Angelo,

      Please note the following information about visitation, but you should always call the facility to confirm no changes.

      For inmates assigned to general population, all institutions allow visiting on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays. To reduce crowding in the visiting room, many institutions alternate days inmates may visit based on the alphabet or inmate I.D. number. Be sure to check with the institution or with the offender you plan to visit to determine which day he/she may visit.

      Inmates are permitted a minimum of one hour per visiting day with visitors, although the length of visits may be determined by activity in the visiting area such as the number of visitors on a given day; available space; or institutional staff resources.

      Most institutions use an on-site visitor registration process. All visitors, including minors, are required to complete the Visitor Application and Background Investigation Authorization Form (please see the forms page), before visiting. Due to a change in the visitor tracking system, after May 16, 2011, all visitors, including those who previously provided an application, will be required to submit a new application.

      Children under the age of 18 may visit inmates only with the permission of their parent or guardian, or pursuant to a valid court order.

      All such children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is an approved visitor.

      Emancipated minors, including spouses, will be approved for visitation in the same manner as adult visitors. Please contact a specific facility to obtain further information on their visiting program.

      Visitation procedures at individual institutions may vary and can be changed at any time without prior notice. Please contact the correctional center or unit before planning a visit. See the Facilities section.

  5. Bryan says:

    Is it possible to get the incarceration dates of inmates that were in the facility in 2005-2007?

  6. REGINA says:

    CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT PHONE SYSTEM DOES THE INMATES USE WHEN CALLING HOME?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Regina,

      Please note the following information about telephone calls with inmates at the Deep Meadow Correctional Center.

      The Virginia Department of Corrections operates a secure offender phone system under contract with Global Tel*Link. The system allows inmates to place outgoing collect calls to family and friends that have agreed to accept such calls. Each call is limited to 20-minutes in order to allow equitable use of the phone system by all inmates. For security purposes all calls are recorded and may be monitored.
      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  7. Mack Barrett says:

    I need information about my son’s release. We wrote him letters but have not heard from him. His name is ROBERT.

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Mack,

      If you have not heard from your son, we recommend contacting his case manager or the prison chaplain for help.