John B. Connally Unit

899 FM 632, Kenedy, Texas 78119

Phone :
(830) 583-4003
Website :
Inmate Locator :

John B. Connally Unit Visiting Information:

Visiting Hours are as follows:
Visits are normally conducted on Saturdays and Sundays between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The names of all visitors, 18 years old and older (except offender’s attorney), must be on the approved Visitors list, with a limit of 10 people. For more information on visiting an inmate click here and read the visiting rules and regulations. Since visiting times change frequently we suggest you contact the institution directly at the number provided above.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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8 Responses to John B. Connally Unit

  1. zoe garcia March 11, 2013 at 4:47 am #

    what are the rules to visiters

    • PrisonPath March 11, 2013 at 3:21 pm #

      Hi Zoe.

      The following is the visitor’s checklist for visiting. Review the checklist and for more information, use our link to the prison’s web site. Click Faqs and go to visitation section.

      The following checklist may be beneficial:
      VISITOR CHECKLIST
      Confirm the offender is assigned to the unit
      you are planning to visit, has visitation
      privileges and that you are on the Visitors List.
      Bring valid identification (ID).
      If you have made special arrangements with
      the unit, call prior to leaving to ensure that
      plans for your visit have been made and are in
      place.
      Check clothing for compliance with visiting
      rules and regulations.
      If you are bringing a child and you are not the
      legal guardian or parent, you
      MUST
      have the
      notarized statement from the child’s legal
      guardian or parent with you. A copy is located
      on the TDCJ website,
      http://tdcj.state.tx.us/announcements/annou
      nce_notice_to_offender_visitors.html
      .
      Before leaving home, check your vehicle for
      contraband and/or hazardous items. This
      includes, but is not limited to, implements of
      escape, drug paraphernalia, illegal narcotics,
      intoxicants, poisons, any items that pose a
      danger to others, weapons, knives, scissors,
      firearms, and any item used to show a gang
      affiliation. Remove these items before
      entering the correctional facility grounds.
      Arrive on the designated day during proper
      visiting hours.
      Do not have any contraband on you when you
      enter the facility. Leave purses, food items,
      diaper bags, briefcases, cameras, baby
      strollers, toys, dolls, photographs, tobacco,
      lighters, matches, cell phones, pagers or any
      other type of electronic/wireless devices in
      your vehicle.
      Be sure to secure (lock) your
      vehicle.
      Do not leave minor children waiting in the car
      while you visit, or your visit will be terminated.
      Remember to treat correctional staff with
      respect.
      Do not bring anything to the visiting room to
      give to the offender. Offenders are not
      permitted to take anything from the visiting
      area or receive any item from visitors.
      Ensure that you have NO paper money on you.
      A maximum of $25 in coins is allowed

  2. ime November 8, 2013 at 8:04 am #

    Hi i need info on ny kids taking them for the first time to visit their father do i need to take there birthcertificate and My marrige liceance

    • PrisonPath November 8, 2013 at 2:57 pm #

      Hi Ime,

      Please read the following information about visitor’s I.D. at the John B.Connally Unit:
      Visitor Identification
      : For visitors 18
      years of age and older, a pictured
      government identification (ID) of one of
      the following is required: 1) valid state
      driver’s license; 2) valid state Department
      of Public Safety (DPS) ID card; 3) valid
      Armed Forces ID card; 4) passport; or 5)
      ID card issued by the United States
      Department of Homeland Security, United
      States Citizenship and Immigration
      Services (USCIS), su
      ch as, Visa Border
      Crossing ID Card (USA B1/B2 Visa BCC).
      If the visitor’s ID is questionable or not
      acceptable, further verification shall be
      required such as, birth certificate,
      pictured credit card or other official ID.
      Children ages 17 years and younger may
      be required to provide an ID such as,
      birth certificate, DPS ID or student ID, if
      the child’s age is questionable due to the
      physical maturity of the child. Valid
      student ID shall be used only for children
      ages 17 years and younger.

      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  3. imerios November 8, 2013 at 8:16 am #

    Are we allowed to bring diapers n baby formula into the facility please let me know thank you

    • PrisonPath November 8, 2013 at 3:01 pm #

      Hi Imerios,

      Please note the following policy at the John B. Connally Unit regarding baby items at visitation:

      visit. Visitors with infants or small
      children may bring no more than three
      diapers, a supply of baby wipes and two
      baby bottles (“sippy” cups for toddlers).
      These items shall be stored in a clear
      plastic bag. Visitors are not permitted to
      bring items of any kind to offenders.

      For additional information about Texas Prisons, read heat.

  4. SHERRY MUELLER March 21, 2014 at 6:40 am #

    I NEED THE ADDRESS AND UNIT THAT MY SON MICHAEL MUELLER IS PRESENTLY IN. I HAVE NOT HEARD FROM HIM SINCE HE WAS MOVED FROM TITUS COUNTY JAIL ALMOST 2 MONTHS AGO.
    I AM LOCATED IN MT VERNON TEXAS 75457 AND SHOULD QUALIFY FOR SPECIAL VISITS DUE TO THE DISTANCE IS MORE THEN 300 MILES. I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO ARRAGE A VISIT AND WHEN I CAN COME DOWN TO VISIT. MY HEALTH IS NOT GOOD SO IT IS VITAL THAT I GET TO SEE HIM WHEN I COME AS I CAN NOT DO ALOT OF TRAVELING. I WAS AGAIN IN HOSPITAL THIS PAST WEEK AND STRESS OF WORRYING ABOUT MY SON IS REALLY PUTTING A STRESS ON MY HEART. CAN SOME ONE PLEASE TELL HIM TO WRITE HOME AND ATLEAST LET ME KNOW HE IS OK. WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT.

    RESPECTFULLY
    SHERRY MUELLER

    • PrisonPath March 21, 2014 at 1:06 pm #

      Hi Sherry,

      We recommend contacting the prison minister for help in light of your circumstances.

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