Ketchikan Correctional Center Visiting Information:
INMATE VISITING RULES All visitors are subject to a search by a metal detector or a pat search. All visitors must show proof of identification with a picture I.D. card. All family members under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult family member or guardian. All visitors under the age of 18 and not a family member may request a special visit through the superintendent and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Persons under probation, parole or other community supervision must obtain the permission of both the supervising officer and the superintendent prior to visiting. Visitors who are not family members and who have been released from an institution within the preceding 60 days are not allowed visitation without prior approval of the superintendent. Visitors and prisoners may not exchange any object except with the approval of the superintendent or his designee. Visitors are responsible for keeping their children under control; unruly, uncontrolled, and disruptive children will be cause to terminate a visit. Only those persons who are actually visiting prisoners will be allowed in the building. DRESS CODE FOR VISITOR'S A shirt and trousers for men, and a blouse or shirt, and slacks or a dress for women. Cut-offs, shorts and beach-type clothing are not acceptable. Footwear must be worn at all times. Hats will not be worn in the visiting rooms. PROPERTY LOCKERS All visitors must secure all personal property in the lockers provided before entering the facility. All visitors are responsible for their property, the Department Of Corrections will assume no liability in the event of loss. REASONS FOR EXCLUSION FROM VISITING INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: Security Requirements. Space Availability Disruptive Behavior Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Health problems, including chronic mental illness Refusal to submit to an authorized search. Being under the age of 18, unless the visitor is a family member of the prisoner escorted by an adult family member or is a nonfamily member escorted by a parent or guardian; the visitor has attained majority by virtue of marriage to the prisoner in accordance with AS 25.20.020; or the visitor is an emancipated minor in accordance with AS 09.55.590. Previous violation of visitation rules or regulations. Presently under the supervision of the Department of Corrections Misrepresentation of identity for purpose of visit. An order of the court precluding visitation or contact. VISITATION is subject to rules which have been set by Statewide policy. All rules must be followed. Violation of the rules can result in the loss of visiting privledges. VISITATION is subject to cancellation or interruption at any time based on the security requirements of the facility.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.