KIRKLAND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION

4344 Broad River Road, Columbia, South Carolina 29210

Phone :
(803) 896-1521
Website :
Inmate Locator :
Security Level :
medium

KIRKLAND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Visiting Information:

1. How do I apply for visiting privileges?

Read the following information carefully.
If the inmate wants you to visit, he or she will send you a Form 19-127, "Request for Visiting Privileges." Only inmates are authorized to provide an application.
FULLY complete the Form 19-27 that is provided to you by the inmate and return it by mail to the Central Visitation Center (CVC). The address for the CVC is located on the top right of the "Request for Visiting Privileges" form. If you should need additional Form 19-127s in the future, you may obtain them from the inmate you wish to visit.
If you do not provide all requested information, the form will be rejected. If the "Request for Visiting Privileges" cannot be processed because it is incomplete or because you have provided an incorrect inmate name or inmate number (the identification number assigned to the inmate by the South Carolina Department of Corrections), it will be returned to you, if the address on the form is complete. A parent, legal guardian, or other adult may assist a child in completing the form; however, only a parent or legal guardian will be permitted to sign this form.

2. How will I be notified if I am approved to visit?

The inmate is responsible for notifying visitors once they have been approved. (NOTE: Any subsequent change to the information on your original application (address, name, phone number, etc.) must be submitted in writing to the CVC in order to be updated or the visitation privileges may be revoked. Disapproved applicants will be notified by the Inspector General's Officer or CVC Supervisor.

3. Why would I be denied visiting privileges?
You may be denied visiting privileges for any of the following reasons:
Providing false information on the "Request for Visiting Privileges."
If you are a former inmate, you may be denied visiting if the Department considers you to be a threat to the safe and secure operation of the institution. Former inmates may be approved to visit only if they are a member of the inmate's immediate family** except for in-laws. In any case, former inmates will not be allowed visiting privileges until at least one year after they are released from the South Carolina Department of Corrections or any other correctional facility and the respective Warden approves their request.
If you are a former South Carolina Department of Corrections employee, contract employee, or volunteer who worked within a South Carolina Department of Corrections facility, you may be denied visiting privileges if during such employment, you violated any South Carolina Department of Corrections policy/procedure pertaining to employee/inmate relations to include sexual intercourse, sexual relations, dating, marrying, or otherwise establishing a personal relationship with an inmate and/or any person under the jurisdiction of the South Carolina Department of Corrections. In any case, former employees, contract employees, or volunteers who have terminated their employment with the Department within the last year prior to the date of the "Request for Visiting Privileges," will not be approved to visit. After one year, only members of an inmate's immediate family** (provided the former employee or contract employee did not become a member of the inmate's immediate family as a result of marrying him/her while incarcerated) will be considered.
Anyone may be disapproved if they pose a threat to the safe and secure operation of the institution.
Persons With Prior Convictions or Pending Criminal Charges may be permitted to visit; however, the following conditions must be met: Must be a member of the inmate's immediate family**. Must not be nor previously have been a co-defendant with the inmate on any criminal charges. Must provide information listing all past convictions or outstanding charges which are still active including the jurisdiction (city/county/state) where the warrants were signed or the indictments issued. Must answer accurately and truthfully all questions on SCDC Form 19-127, "Request for Visiting Privileges."
**Immediate Family refers to an inmate's mother, father, children (to include adopted), sister, brother, grandmothers, grandfathers, great-grandmothers, great-grandfathers, step grandparents, wife, husband, common-law spouse, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, stepbrothers, stepsisters, stepparents, foster parents, stepchildren, step grandchildren, half-brothers, half-sisters.

4. If I am approved, when and how often can I visit?

The number of visits that an inmate may receive each month is based on the inmate's security and custody level and may be further restricted by programming or by the inmate's behavior. The inmate will provide you with information about his or her visitation schedule, based on where he/she is housed.
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5. Can children visit?

Yes, children can visit but only those specified below. The only minors who will be considered for inclusion on an inmate's approved visiting list are the inmate's brothers and sisters, the inmate's children (to include adopted), stepchildren, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and step-grandchildren; as shown on the inmate's relative list or verified by certified long-form birth certificates. A parent or legal guardian must assist the child in completing the "Request for Visiting Privileges." A parent or legal guardian must sign this form, and a parent, legal guardian, or authorized adult must accompany the child during the entire visit.

Nieces and nephews who are minors may be considered to visit, however, there are specific conditions which the inmate must meet in order to receive visits from nieces and nephews. Only the nieces and nephews of those inmates who meet ALL of the criteria listed below will be considered for addition to the respective visiting list:
Inmate must have been incarcerated for at least three (3) consecutive years.
Inmate may NOT have ever been convicted of a sex offense or disciplinary.
Inmate must have NO Major disciplinaries and/or NO More than two (2) minor disciplinary convictions within a three (3) year period.
Inmate must have been employed for a minimum of three (3) years.
The brother or sister, parent of the niece or nephew, must show on the inmate's relative screen and must submit a copy of the respective niece/nephew's long-form birth certificate for verification.

In addition, if any authorized adult, other than the parent or legal guardian, is to accompany a child who is on the inmate's approved list to visit an inmate, the parent or legal guardian must complete Form 19-118, "Authorization for Adult Supervision of a Minor," and have the form notarized by a Notary Public. The custodial parent or legal guardian must request this form through the CVC or Inspector General's Office. The Form 19-118 must be brought to the institution by the authorized adult and provided to the officer assigned to the entrance of the institution each time the child and authorized adult visit in order to be allowed admission into the institution.

6. How many people can visit an inmate at one time?

The number of visitors allowed may be limited because of the size of the visiting room, or for safety and security reasons. All approved visitors desiring to visit with the same inmate on the same day must enter the institution at the same time in order to visit with the inmate (but may depart at different times). In addition, the number of visitors for inmates in higher security levels, infirmaries, or community hospitals will be limited for security reasons. If you have questions about how many visitors will be allowed, you should call the respective institution.

7. What is the dress code for visiting?

The following requirements for visitors apply to all institutions and will be strictly enforced: (Should any Officer or SCDC employee have any doubt as to whether a visitor is appropriately dressed, s/he will contact the Duty Warden (or designee if the Duty Warden is not present in the institution) who will come to the entrance area and make the final decision.)
Should a decision be made that a visitor is inappropriately dressed, the visitor will be denied admission to the institution.
Shirts and shoes are mandatory.
Clothing that exposes an undue amount of flesh (e.g., exposing chest, back, thighs, or midsections) is prohibited. Halter tops, underwear-type tee-shirts, tank tops, fish net shirts, or any type of shirt or pants made with see-through fabric are NOT allowed to be worn by any visitor (male or female). Sleeveless shirts WILL NOT be allowed.
Visitors may wear Bermuda-length shorts provided they are not more than three (3") inches above the top of the kneecap.
At institutions where the use of khaki inmate uniforms has been fully implemented, all visitors may wear blue jeans/shorts, khaki pants/shorts, or other color denim jeans/shorts.
At institutions that continue to utilize blue-jean denim inmate uniforms (shock units), visitors will be prohibited from wearing blue jeans/shorts or blue denim pants/shorts. Denim jeans/shorts other than the color blue will be allowed.
Women and girls may wear dresses or skirts. However, no sleeveless dresses will be allowed. If a dress or skirt is considered too short or if there is a slit (no higher than three [3"] inches above the top of the knee), or is considered otherwise inappropriate by an officer, the officer will be required to contact the Duty Warden (or designee if the Duty Warden is not present in the institution) who will be responsible for coming to the entrance area for a decision as to whether the visitor will be allowed to visit. The decision of the Duty Warden/designee is final.
Any shirt or other article of clothing with a picture or language that may be considered profane or offensive by current public and/or SCDC standards will not be allowed. In such cases, the officer will contact the Duty Warden (or designee if the Duty Warden is not present in the institution) who will be responsible for coming to the entrance area for a decision as to whether the visitor will be allowed to visit. The decision of the Duty Warden/designee is final.
Clothing designed or intended to be tightly worn, to excessively accent the body, e.g., spandex, tights, leggings, tank tops, etc., is prohibited.
Hair pieces and any hair accessories are subject to search.
No jewelry except wedding ring, one (1) pair of earrings, one (1) religious medallion on a necklace or chain, one (1) wristwatch, and a medical alert bracelet.

KIRKLAND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Additional information:

Opened: 1975
Security: Level 3 (Male)
Special Mission: Kirkland receives, assesses, classifies and assigns all male offenders age 17 and above sentenced to 91 days or more. Combined, the R&E process receives approximately 15,000 offenders each year. Kirkland is the site for the Maximum Security Unit that serves the state. This specialized housing unit is where the most dangerous and violent offenders are housed. The department's statewide protective custody unit is also located at Kirkland housing those offenders with special security concerns in a controlled environment.
Education: Educational evaluations, monthly GED testing, Corrections Learning Network, GED Preparation, and Adult Basic Education.
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care provided on site. A DHEC licensed 24-bed infirmary for use by all SCDC male inmates. Mental health services provided by staff of the Gilliam Psychiatric Hospital. Intermediate Care Services Unit for males.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services and recreational services.
Services: Serves as one of the video conferencing sites for parole hearings in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services



Sending Money to An Inmate


The South Carolina Department of Corrections operates a cashless system for inmates.  This means that incarcerated individuals are not allowed to have U.S. currency.  Possession of money is a violation of Agency policy and disciplinary action is taken against any inmate found to have money.

NOTE: Effective July 1st, 2013, JPay will be the exclusive money method to send money to inmates.

How to Send Money Orders to an Inmate:
Family members and friends can make deposits into an inmate's Cooper Trust Fund account through JPay. Effective July 1st, all money orders must be sent with a deposit slip to JPay, P.O. Box 260177, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026. Money orders sent to the DOC or individual facility will be returned. All funds will be available to the offender within three business days of being received at the lockbox. All money orders must be made payable to JPay.
Money order deposit slip available in English here.
Hoja de Deposito para Giros Bancarios disponible en Espanol aqui.

How to Send Money Electronically:
1-Click Payments with JPay.com

There are several fast, easy and convenient ways to send money to an inmate in South Carolina. JPay offers next-day deposits online, over the phone, at and MoneyGram locations.
Make a Payment Now!

SENDING MAIL TO AN INMATE


All incoming inmate mail must be clearly marked with the inmate’s legal name, SCDC number, living unit, full name of the institution, street address, city, state, and zip code with a complete return address in the upper left-hand corner. However, every effort is made to deliver all mail received at every institution.

All mail will be opened and inspected by postal staff prior to being delivered to the inmate. Legal mail is opened and inspected in the presence of the inmate. Mail is not read unless there is reason to believe illegal activity or activity in violations of Agency rules and regulations is present.

Inmates are not allowed to receive cash, stamps, any writing materials, anything to eat, drink, or smoke. General population inmates may receive books, magazines, newspapers if they are sent directly from the publisher or from a publication supplier (licensed bookstore) and if they are paid for in advance. Inmates in lock up areas are limited as to what they may receive.

It is best to contact the inmate to inquire as to what is and what is not allowed before sending anything other than a letter.

TELEPHONE CALLS:
The State of South Carolina has selected Global Tel*Link Corporation as the Inmate Telephone System Services Provider for the South Carolina Department of Corrections.

GTL was selected over its competitors for its industry-leading inmate calling system and communications solutions to provide services to both inmates and families.

Rate Structure
Calls to anywhere in the US will be billed at a single flat rate for 15 minutes,
with a discount applied for pre-paid calls:
Collect call of up to 15 minutes: $1.53
Pre-Paid call of up to 15 minutes: $1.29

Requirements
Inmates admitted to SCDC will be issued a Personal Identification Number (PIN) within one week of their admission to enable them to place calls as allowed by the institutional schedule.
Inmates are not allowed to call toll free numbers.
In order to accept collect calls:
Your phone account must be current with your local telephone company (not past due).
Your local telephone company must have a Billing and Collectionagreement
with the South Carolina Department of Corrections' inmate phone service provider.
You must have a non-cordless phone with touch tone service (no rotary dial).
Calls to cell phones must be made using a prepaid account. Inmate calls to cells phones must be prepaid by the family member (please see the FAQ and Brochure Information Links below). To sign up for an AdvancePay prepaid phone account, visit OffenderConnect.com
All calls from inmates will be subject to restrictions, recording, and monitoring.
Called parties will have the option to not accept a call, block all future calls from an inmate, or block all future calls from the SC Department of Corrections.

TELEPHONE CALLS
The State of South Carolina has selected Global Tel*Link Corporation as the Inmate Telephone System Services Provider for the South Carolina Department of Corrections.

GTL was selected over its competitors for its industry-leading inmate calling system and communications solutions to provide services to both inmates and families.

Rate Structure
Calls to anywhere in the US will be billed at a single flat rate for 15 minutes,
with a discount applied for pre-paid calls:
Collect call of up to 15 minutes: $1.53
Pre-Paid call of up to 15 minutes: $1.29

Requirements
Inmates admitted to SCDC will be issued a Personal Identification Number (PIN) within one week of their admission to enable them to place calls as allowed by the institutional schedule.
Inmates are not allowed to call toll free numbers.
In order to accept collect calls:
Your phone account must be current with your local telephone company (not past due).
Your local telephone company must have a Billing and Collectionagreement
with the South Carolina Department of Corrections' inmate phone service provider.
You must have a non-cordless phone with touch tone service (no rotary dial).
Calls to cell phones must be made using a prepaid account. Inmate calls to cells phones must be prepaid by the family member (please see the FAQ and Brochure Information Links below). To sign up for an AdvancePay prepaid phone account, visit OffenderConnect.com
All calls from inmates will be subject to restrictions, recording, and monitoring.
Called parties will have the option to not accept a call, block all future calls from an inmate, or block all future calls from the SC Department of Corrections.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

Have a Question/Comment about KIRKLAND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION ?

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47 Responses to KIRKLAND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION

  1. Quenisha James October 22, 2012 at 9:18 pm #

    How can you find out the correct date that inmate is being release/

    • PrisonPath October 22, 2012 at 9:47 pm #

      Hi Quenisha,

      The inmate can find out his release date from his case manager. The Kirkland website has an inmate locator, but it does not give release dates. You can also contact the inmate’s case manager regarding this issue.

  2. fay pressley April 23, 2013 at 4:15 am #

    how do you find out about phone service for inmates so they can call home

    • PrisonPath April 23, 2013 at 12:41 pm #

      Hi Fay,

      Please note the following information about telephone service. You may also find helpful this link in understanding the prison environment.

      South Carolina Department of Corrections
      Home | Inmate Search | FAQ | Contact

      Telephone Calls
      The State of South Carolina has selected Global Tel*Link Corporation as the new Inmate Telephone System Services Provider for the South Carolina Department of Corrections.
      GTL was selected over its competitors for its industry-leading inmate calling system and communications solutions to provide services to both inmates and families.

      Rate Structure
      Calls to anywhere in the US will be billed at a single flat rate for 15 minutes,
      with a discount applied for pre-paid calls:

      Collect call of up to 15 minutes: $1.53
      Pre-Paid call of up to 15 minutes: $1.29

      Requirements

      Inmates admitted to SCDC will be issued a Personal Identification Number (PIN) within one week of their admission to enable them to place calls as allowed by the institutional schedule.
      SCDC Form 2-3 “Telephone Privilege Request” will no longer be required with the new inmate telephone system.
      Inmates are not allowed to call toll free numbers.
      In order to accept collect calls, your phone account must be current with your local telephone company (not past due).
      Your local telephone company must have a Billing and Collectionagreement
      with the South Carolina Department of Corrections’ inmate phone service provider.
      You must have a non-cordless phone with touch tone service (no rotary dial).
      Inmate calls to cells phones must be prepaid by the family member
      (please see the FAQ and Brochure Information Links below).
      To request a refund of any unused pre-paid telephone services with CenturyLink, call (888)664-7839. Refunds will take 4-6 weeks to be processed. All calls and taxes have to be updated after the institution converts to the new telephone system; then the refund can be processed.
      All calls from inmates will be subject to restrictions, recording, and monitoring.
      Called parties will continue to have the option to not accept a call, block all future calls from an inmate, or block all future calls from the SC Department of Corrections.

  3. Sherry April 26, 2013 at 8:10 pm #

    are great neices & Nephews allowed to visit if they are minors

    • PrisonPath April 27, 2013 at 12:03 am #

      Hi Sherry,

      Please note the following information about visitation. For further information about prison life, click this link.

      Visitation
      Visitation is an important component of the rehabilitation process and is conducted in the least restrictive manner possible while meeting requirements of safety, security, classification, and space availability. Click here to review visitation guidelines: Rules for Visitors

      The Division of Visitation and Inmate Drug Testing (Visitation) processes applications for visiting privileges. The address where applications are originally mailed is 3765-B Leeds Avenue, North Charleston, South Carolina 29405. The Agency’s Visitation Inquiry Line may be reached at 803-896-1838. For up-to-date information about prisons that have canceled visitation because of security concerns, press #2. If you have other questions regarding the application process, press #1, leave a message and it will be returned in 24-72 hours.

      Each inmate in the S. C. Department of Corrections is allowed to have a maximum of fifteen (15) approved visitors on his/her visiting list. Each inmate is provided with “Request for Visiting Privileges” forms (SCDC Form 19-127) to send to his/her prospective visitors. The only way for an individual to receive a visiting privileges form is from the inmate who wants them to visit. These forms are provided to each inmate upon arrival in the Department of Corrections Reception and Evaluation Center and are available to inmates in all institutions throughout the state. Every individual must complete this form and forward it to Visitation through the Central Visitation Center for processing. The form is reviewed by staff and the information is entered into the automated system. If the form is missing any required information, the form is returned to the sender for proper completion.

      Once the application form has been properly completed, submitted, and approved, the individual is added to the inmate’s visiting list. An inmate is provided a copy of his approved visiting list once a week if a change is made during that week. IT IS THE INMATE’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ADVISE HIS/HER VISITOR(S) OF THEIR APPROVAL.

      Minor children that are on the APPROVED visiting list must be accompanied by an adult and will be allowed to visit only if they are the inmate’s brothers and sisters, the inmate’s children (natural or legally adopted), the inmate’s stepchildren, grandchildren, or step grandchildren. When an individual arrives at an institution to visit, everyone age 10 and older must present a public safety picture identification. Those under age 10 must show a copy of their long-form birth certificate. Certain criteria must be met before an inmate who wishes to have minor niece/nephew(s) visit. This information is available to the inmates at their institution, but first and foremost the inmate must be incarcerated at least three consecutive years.

      Upon arriving at the institution, the visitor must state the name and SCDC number of the inmate they wish to visit. This information is entered into the automated system and if the individual is listed on the inmate’s approved visiting list, a visitor’s pass will be generated for the individual. [Inmates may only have one visit per day; therefore, all visitors must be together.]

      Inmates are not allowed to have visitors during the reception and evaluation process unless they remain in the Reception and Evaluation Center longer than thirty (30) days and the visitor is on the approved visiting list. After thirty (30) days only an inmates’ parents, grandparents, spouse, and/or children are eligible to visit at R&E. In order to schedule a visit at R&E on the approved list after 30 days, contact 896-2000 between the hours of 8:00-12:00 on Mondays and Tuesdays ONLY.

      The institution where the inmate is housed should be contacted directly concerning the visiting days and times appropriate to that facility. Addresses and telephone numbers for all institutions are provided in the Institutions section of this web site.

  4. Shannon Zehr May 31, 2013 at 6:53 pm #

    How are you allowed to bring in necessities for babies? My son is 11 weeks old and I am waiting for him to get approved for his grandfather and want to make sure that everything is right before I go.

    • PrisonPath May 31, 2013 at 7:51 pm #

      Hi Shannon,

      Please note the following information. For information about prison life, click this link.
      Baby/Infant Supplies For those visitors bringing authorized infants and small children, no more than five (5) diapers, three (3) baby bottles (or two (2) sipper cups for toddlers, must be clear), and three (3) jars of sealed baby food in a clear plastic bag. (Baby wipes/towelettes may be brought in by visitors provided they are brought in a clear plastic bag. Infant/Baby carriers will be allowed but will be subject to search prior to entry into the institution. (Visitors will be required to remove the infant from the carrier for this purpose.)

  5. LaBoris July 15, 2013 at 6:45 am #

    How long will the reception and evaluation process take?

    • PrisonPath July 15, 2013 at 3:09 pm #

      Hi Laboris,

      Reception and evaluation process can vary from several days to two weeks depending on the prison and the number of new inmates. For more information regarding this facility, try Questions for personnel may be emailed to corrections.info@doc.state.sc.us

  6. Sandra Cole July 16, 2013 at 2:30 am #

    How can I find out when my nephew can have visitors? Also, what security area he is in?

    • PrisonPath July 16, 2013 at 5:57 pm #

      Hi Sandra,

      please note the following information about visitation.

      1. How do I apply for visiting privileges?

      If the inmate wants you to visit, he or she will send you a Form 19-127, “Request for Visiting Privileges.” Only inmates are authorized to provide an application.
      FULLY complete the Form 19-27 that is provided to you by the inmate and return it by mail to the Division of Visitation and Inmate Drug Testing through the Central Visitation Center (CVC). The address for the CVC is located on the top right of the “Request for Visiting Privileges” form. If you should need additional Form 19-127s in the future, you may obtain them from the inmate you wish to visit.
      If you do not provide all requested information, the form will be rejected. If the “Request for Visiting Privileges” cannot be processed because it is incomplete or because you have provided an incorrect inmate name or inmate number (the identification number assigned to the inmate by the South Carolina Department of Corrections), it will be returned to you, if the address on the form is complete. A parent, legal guardian, or other adult may assist a child in completing the form; however, only a parent or legal guardian will be permitted to sign this form.

      For more information, click this link.

  7. Erica Jordan August 22, 2013 at 11:24 pm #

    I wanted to know when we are allowed to write them and what need to be listed on the address part for the inmate.

    • PrisonPath August 23, 2013 at 1:25 am #

      Hi Erica,

      Please note the following about mailing an inmate at Kirkland Correctional Institution. You can mail now.
      For information about what prison is like, click this link.

      sending mail to an inmate
      All incoming inmate mail must be clearly marked with the inmate’s legal name, SCDC number, living unit, full name of the institution, street address, city, state, and zip code with a complete return address in the upper left-hand corner. However, every effort is made to deliver all mail received at every institution.

      All mail will be opened and inspected by postal staff prior to being delivered to the inmate. Legal mail is opened and inspected in the presence of the inmate. Mail is not read unless there is reason to believe illegal activity or activity in violations of Agency rules and regulations is present.

      Inmates are not allowed to receive cash, stamps, any writing materials, anything to eat, drink, or smoke. General population inmates may receive books, magazines, newspapers if they are sent directly from the publisher or from a publication supplier (licensed bookstore) and if they are paid for in advance. Inmates in lock up areas are limited as to what they may receive.

      It is best to contact the inmate to inquire as to what is and what is not allowed before sending anything other than a letter.

  8. penny stewart August 29, 2013 at 1:58 am #

    How much time do an inmate have to do if they get 10years an allready did a year

    • pennie August 29, 2013 at 4:28 am #

      How much time an imate do that has 10 years they allready Ben locked up a year an a month

  9. Ann September 2, 2013 at 1:23 pm #

    Please tell me how much time do an imate have to do in south Carolina if they get 10 years how much time they gota do to get parole please respond to back

  10. Paige Pennington September 4, 2013 at 8:37 pm #

    My husband has money on his commissary in the Cherokee county detention center. Does it go with him and can he use it at Kirkland. Also, is there a waiting period for writing letters? He just went in last week. Thanks for any help.

    • PrisonPath September 5, 2013 at 12:30 pm #

      Hi Paige,

      You should be able to write to your husband now. it is our understanding that the money will go with him, but you should call the facility for confirmation.

    • PrisonPath September 5, 2013 at 9:56 pm #

      Hi Paige,

      The money should follow, but you need to call kirkland facility. for confirmation. You should be able to write your husband.

  11. Loved one. September 17, 2013 at 12:15 am #

    I know my boyfriends release day, I just need to know how to find out what time I can pick him up..

    • PrisonPath September 17, 2013 at 2:36 am #

      Hi,

      We recommend that you call the prison directly to confirm release time.

      • melvin l mack sr September 30, 2013 at 8:14 pm #

        I thought they couldn’t tell me cause of security reasons?

        • PrisonPath October 1, 2013 at 1:36 am #

          Hi Melvin,

          prisonpath.com is a private web site that provides information about prisons and jails. The site is not connected or affiliated with any prison or jail. We recommend that you contact your son’s case manager or the prison chaplain for assistance.

  12. melvin l. mack sr. September 30, 2013 at 8:12 pm #

    Why is my Son’s still in r&e so long and not transferred yet?

    • PrisonPath October 1, 2013 at 1:35 am #

      Hi Melvin,

      prisonpath.com is a private web site that provides information about prisons and jails. The site is not connected or affiliated with any prison or jail. We recommend that you contact your son’s case manager or the prison chaplain for assistance.

  13. Elizabeth Bartee October 2, 2013 at 7:27 pm #

    When can we visit my husband James R Bartee he has been at Kirkland for approximately 4 weeks

    • PrisonPath October 2, 2013 at 7:39 pm #

      Hi Elizabeth,

      Unfortunately, we do not have any information to answer this question. prisonpath.com is a private web site that provides information about prisons and jails, but we are not connected or affiliated in any way with any correctional institution. We recommend calling your husband’s case manager or the prison chaplain for assistance.

  14. Carole White October 27, 2013 at 2:29 am #

    May I visit tomorrow, 10/27/13? What are the visiting hours?

    Thank you.

    Carole White

    • PrisonPath October 27, 2013 at 2:35 am #

      Hi Carole,

      For information about visitation at Kirkland Correctional Institution, click this link.
      For information about prison survival, click 25 rules.

  15. shannon smith November 1, 2013 at 4:19 pm #

    What does an inmate being classified mean??

    • PrisonPath November 1, 2013 at 5:35 pm #

      Hi Shannon,

      Classification usually means determining the security level of the inmate.

  16. BETTY HARRIS February 9, 2014 at 2:48 pm #

    MY BROTHER MORRIS EDMOND DONALD WAS AT ANDERSON DETENTION CENTER AND THAY SAID THEY MOVED HIM TO PERRY BUT PERRY SAID THEY HAD BAD CASES OF FLU THERE SO FOR ME TO CHECK AT KIRILAND TO SEE IF HE CAME THERE LAST FRIDAY.

    • PrisonPath February 10, 2014 at 1:14 am #

      Hi Betty,

      Try using the inmate locator link on this prison page for the Kirkland Correctional Center.
      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  17. janae gatlin April 22, 2014 at 1:38 pm #

    if the inmate doesnt know my current address to send the visitor approval form how can i get it to him

    • PrisonPath April 22, 2014 at 2:02 pm #

      Hi Janae,

      We have updated the additional information section to include how to send mail to an inmate. You can notify the inmate of your new address by mail.

  18. KEISHA GOODWIN June 25, 2014 at 1:13 pm #

    How long do you have to wait for the inmate to get a pin number to call home and how long do you have to wati to add money to there account thru jpay?

    • PrisonPath June 26, 2014 at 1:48 pm #

      Hi Kiesha,

      Jpay is the only option for sending money to an inmate after July 1, 2013. Our additional information section discusses Jpay. For more information about this payment method, click inmate money.—-For more help, contact Jpay.

      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  19. pat July 26, 2014 at 3:15 pm #

    Can a inmate purchase a phone card

    • PrisonPath July 28, 2014 at 2:49 pm #

      Hi Pat,

      Please review our updated information section on the Kirkland prison page about telephone communications with an inmate.
      For more information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  20. Ashley Shaver August 15, 2014 at 4:16 am #

    When setting up a prepaid phone account what is the facility we should use for Kirkland?

    • PrisonPath August 18, 2014 at 4:53 pm #

      Hi Ashley,

      please see our updated information section on the Kirkland Correctional Institution page for calling an inmate.

  21. Diana Kelley September 16, 2014 at 3:19 am #

    I would like to visit o the weekend what are the times

    • PrisonPath September 16, 2014 at 12:12 pm #

      Hi Diana,

      Upon arriving at the institution, the visitor must state the name and SCDC number of the inmate they wish to visit. This information is entered into the automated system and if the individual is listed on the inmate’s approved visiting list, a visitor’s pass will be generated for the individual. [Inmates may only have one visit per day; therefore, all visitors must be together. For specific times for visitation, we recommend calling directly the prison.
      For more information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  22. Tasha October 15, 2014 at 10:47 am #

    I don’t know the unit number how can I find out?

  23. Pebbles November 19, 2014 at 2:00 pm #

    how can we find out living unit. my son is being proceeded at kirkland

    • PrisonPath November 19, 2014 at 2:22 pm #

      Hi Pebbles,

      If your son does not write to you, you can contact the prison. For information about prison life, read the 25 rules.

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