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Kemper-Neshoba County/Regional Correctional Facility

374 Stennis Industrial Park Road, DeKalb, Mississippi 39328

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(601) 743-5767
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Kemper-Neshoba County/Regional Correctional Facility Visiting Information:

At all times while on the grounds of the Mississippi Department of Corrections a visitor is subject to search of his person, vehicle, personal property, or any/all items one may have in his possession. Guns, knives, ammunition, alcohol, drugs, weapons, or any instrument or tool that may be used as a weapon, or any other items declared by the institution to be contraband are strictly forbidden. Contraband will be confiscated and violators will be prosecuted.

Visitors are required to park their vehicles in the designated parking area.

Visitors are prohibited from taking personal property or articles of any kind into the institution, with the following exceptions:

1. Visitors may have a maximum of $20 in coin. Visitors seeing RID facility will not be allowed to have any money. A change machine is provided as a courtesy to those visitors wishing to use the vending machines in the visiting rooms. The change machines are located in the entrance buildings at Area-I, Area-II, and Area-III.

2. All paper currency must be converted to coin prior to admission to the visiting room. Any visitors found with paper currency in their possession in the visiting room will have their visit terminated and may be subject to suspension of future visiting privileges.

3. Visitors with infants may have one diaper bag with up to two diapers, and one bottle, one change of baby clothes, and any necessary medications for the infant. All diaper bags will be thoroughly searched. Visitors may use a clear see-through diaper bag to make for easier searches.

4. Visitors who are on any kind of prescribed medication may have the necessary dosage in their possession. However, all prescribed medicine must be kept at the front desk.

5. All other articles and/or items of any kind are prohibited. Cameras, cell phone cameras, or any type of recording devices are not allowed on the grounds of the South Mississippi Correctional Institution. Visitors must leave beepers, wallets, purses, handbags, change purses, and all other non-allowable items locked in one of the visitor lockers provided in the entrance building for Area I or lock them in their vehicles.

The visitation rooms are designated as non-smoking areas.

The Mississippi Department of Corrections is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal possessions belonging to visitors while they are in or on the grounds of the institution.

Visitors will only be permitted to visit one offender unless they are related (immediate family) to another offender. Visitors who claim immediate family relationship to an offender may be required to provide verifiable proof of relationship.

Visitors under the age of eighteen (18) may visit, but must have on file with the institution the written permission of their parent or guardian. MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN.

All visitors fourteen (14) years of age and older must have photographic identification

Visitors who claim to be the spouse of an offender must provide a valid certified copy of their marriage license, as well as the location where the marriage took place (state, county, city); name of the church, courthouse, etc., where the ceremony was performed; and if possible the name of the person who performed the ceremony.

Persons on probation, parole, or other forms of conditional release will not be permitted to visit an offender unless a verifiable family relationship can be established, and then only with the written approval of the Superintendent.

No more than five (5) persons (including babies/children) will be permitted to visit an offender at one time.

VISITING HOURS

General Population Units – Saturday or Sunday, 0800 – 1400 hours. Each unit has its own assigned visitation days.

Special Treatment Units (STU) – First Saturday or Third Sunday, 1600 – 1700 hours.

· Maximum Security (“C” Custody) – 1st Saturday and 3rd Sunday from 1600 – 1700 hours. “C” Custody offenders will be restricted to non-contact visits only. Visits must be limited to two hours and prearranged by appointment.

· Maximum Security (“D” Custody) – Except for attorney visits, offenders in “D” Custody will receive NO visitors.

· Because of space limitation, persons visiting STU offenders are limited to no more than two adults and one child or one adult and two children at a time.

· Punitive Isolation – Punitive isolation offenders are not permitted to receive visits.

RID offenders - 0800 – 1200 hours. 1 & 2 Phase offenders visit on the 1st and 3rd Saturday, 3 & 4 Phase offenders visit on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month.

Kemper-Neshoba County/Regional Correctional Facility Additional information:

Inmate Telephones 




The Mississippi Department of Corrections previous inmate telephone service provider, AT&T’s National Public Markets Division,    was acquired by Global Tel* Link on June 2, 2006.  As a result, telephone services offered to inmates housed in a state operated facility  will now be provided by Global Tel* Link. 


If you are experiencing problems relating to an inmate/customer telephone please contact Global Tel Link’s customer service center at   1-877-650-4249 for account information or billing inquiries. An automated system for our Advancepay prepaid service is available 24   hours a day, to create an account, make a credit card payment and check an account balance at 1-800-483-8314.  Business hours are   Monday thru Friday 6:00 am to 10:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Central Standard Time.   


 For additional concerns relating to inmate telephones, please contact the appropriate respective MDOC facility: 




  • For central Mississippi contact the MDOC/CMCF inmate telephone administrator at (601) 932-2880 extension 6729

  • For south Mississippi contact the MDOC/SMCI inmate telephone administrator at (601) 394-5600 extension 1018

  • For north Mississippi contact the MDOC/MSP inmate telephone administrator at (662) 745-6611 extension 4160




Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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  1. Tammy says:

    how do I go about getting on the vistation list o come see my son.

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Tammy,

      Please note the following information, but we recommend that you contact the facility directly to confirm the visitation requirements:

      Each offender is allowed to fill out a visitation list with ten (10) visitors. The list should be created at Receiving & Classification.

      A visitor cannot be on two offender’s list unless they are immediate family. Documentation is required.

      Each visitor must have a valid state or federal ID.

      All visitors 14 years of age and older must have photographic identification each time they wish to visit. The ID must display their date of birth. All children under 14 years of age will bring a legible birth certificate. Visitors will not be permitted entrance to any unit in the institution without photographic identification. The Superintendent or designee will approve any exception. Identification required will be Federal or State-issued photograph identification.

      Visitors with infants may have one (1) diaper bag with up to four (4) diapers, two (2) bottles, one (1) change of baby clothes a, (1) pacifier and diaper wipes in a zip lock bag and any necessary medication for the infant.

      Visitors are allowed to spend $25 at the Canteen; must be 18 years or older.

      Visitors are scanned by the scanner and searched by staff before departing the visitation center.

      Visitors will be processed through the Visitation Center between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

      Visitors are bused to the units and the last bus leaves at 1:30 p.m.

  2. jeanette says:

    How set up phone calls

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Jeanette,

      Please note the following information:

      Inmate Telephones

      The Mississippi Department of Corrections previous inmate telephone service provider, AT&T’s National Public Markets Division, was acquired by Global Tel* Link on June 2, 2006. As a result, telephone services offered to inmates housed in a state operated facility will now be provided by Global Tel* Link.

      If you are experiencing problems relating to an inmate/customer telephone please contact Global Tel Link’s customer service center at 1-877-650-4249 for account information or billing inquiries. An automated system for our Advancepay prepaid service is available 24 hours a day, to create an account, make a credit card payment and check an account balance at 1-800-483-8314. Business hours are Monday thru Friday 6:00 am to 10:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Central Standard Time.

      For additional concerns relating to inmate telephones, please contact the appropriate respective MDOC facility:

      For central Mississippi contact the MDOC/CMCF inmate telephone administrator at (601) 932-2880 extension 6729
      For south Mississippi contact the MDOC/SMCI inmate telephone administrator at (601) 394-5600 extension 1018
      For north Mississippi contact the MDOC/MSP inmate telephone administrator at (662) 745-6611 extension 4160

  3. Michelle says:

    I want to come visit my boyfriend. He sent me a visitation form to fill out and mail back in. I didn’t get a chance to mail it right away. Now he says it is too late for me to get on his list. Is there anyway I can still get approved for visits?

  4. Michelle says:

    I live in Dallas Tx and flying in to see son in medium security. Do you allow for longer visitation hours for out of state visitors?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Michelle,

      Most prisons allow more flexibility for out of state visitors. You need to contact the prison about your circumstances.

  5. John says:

    My nephew is at Kemper-Neshoba County Correctional Facility. How are inmates allowed to make calls to family? Collect calls only, or is there another way?

    Also, is it possible for immediate family to call and talk to an inmate at a pre-arranged time?

    Thanks you.

  6. Janice says:

    Hello, my son is being housed at Kemper-Neshoba which is more than 200 miles from where we live. Will we be able to receive a special visit?