HOURS: 9:00AM TO 3:00PM DAYS: Saturdays, Sundays, and State Holidays
What is the dress code for visitation? Visitors are required to wear appropriate attire. Shoes are required at all times for visitors, including children if they are able to walk or stand. Male visitors will be required to wear shirts and full-length trousers. Females may wear trousers, or if a female visitor wears a dress, skirt or other similar garment, it may NOT be more than two (2) inches above the knees. Furthermore, all female visitors must wear foundation type garments such as bras, panties, and slip. Inappropriate clothing shall include, but not be limited to: • Dresses or tops with thin straps which expose shoulders or chest area in any manner; • tube tops or halters of any type; • any type of clothing which reveals the stomach or midriff area; • any type of clothing that is made of sheer or transparent material; • shorts of any kind or any kind of slacks that are above the knee (twelve 12) years old and under may wear shorts); • Male visitors are not permitted to wear tank tops or short tops of any kind, nor see-through tops made of net or mesh webbing. Shorts are not permitted (children twelve 12 years old and under may wear shorts). • Any other type of clothing
Who can visit? Members of an offender's immediate family, (for example, parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, grandparents, grandchildren, and children) may be requested by the offender for visitation approval. Individuals, who are not considered as “immediate” family members as described above (for example step-parents, stepsiblings, in-laws, uncle, aunt, cousin, half-brother/sister, nephew, niece or step-son/daughter, friends, employers, pastors, and other relationships that have the potential for rehabilitative support ), may be considered as a significant relationship visitor. For individuals wanting to visit as a significant relationship visitor, the offender must initiate such a request. The offender will need to complete the “Significant Relationship Visitor Application for Visitation Privilege” form, which is then sent to the Warden/Superintendent for review. Once approved or disapproved, the offender will be notified and in turn, the offender is responsible for notifying the person seeking to visit as a significant relationship visitor whether the person was approved or not approved to visit. Supporting documentation needed to verify relationships may be required by the facility.
LONG STATE PRISON Additional information:
What type of pajamas can I send an offender? Blue or Black pajamas are not allowed Must be a "Traditional Style", 2-piece set Simple cotton is acceptable Can not resemble active wear Plaid fabric is acceptable, however, blue or black can not be the predominate color(s) Elastic waist or drawstring is acceptable
No time limit unless space availability is limited.