Visitor/Guest Dress Requirements A. Items of clothing that are considered to be inappropriate for wear in a correctional facility include,
but are not limited to: 1. See through and/or bra-less attire
2. Tank or tube tops 3. Haltertops 4. Backless tops or dresses 5. Revealing, low cut necklines 6. Shorts which are provocative, overly tight or too short 7. Mini-skirts, slit skirts, or slit dresses 8. Any clothing that reveals a bare midriff, or any part of the breast 9. T-shirts with inappropriate/offensive logos or designs 10. Red ball caps and red stocking caps 11. Red, hooded sweatshirts 12. Gray sweatshirts and gray sweatpants
B. All visitors are required to wear shoes or appropriate footwear. Many areas of TCF involve a considerable amount of walking, including up and down stairs. Heels and flip-flops are strongly discouraged.
Physical contact between inmates and their visitors will be kept at a minimum. Physical Contactbetween the inmate and their visitors may be restricted for Security or Safety reasons Including: previous visiting rule violations, a sex offense, or a rule violation involving contraband.
They may embrace and exchange a social kiss at the beginning and end of the visit. Visitors and inmates may hold hands during the visit. Inmates may hold their children or infant siblings during the course of the visit. All other physical contact is prohibited.
CONDUCT IN THE VISITING AREA
Visitors will conduct themselves in a manner which does not offend or disrupt the visilaion areas and/or the operation Of the facility.
Visitors will follow the instructions of the personnel responsible for the supervision of the visiting areas and/or the operation of the facility.
Visitors may exchange greetings with inmates other than the inmates they have registered to visit. Visitors will not engage in joint visits with other inmates and their visitors.
Visitors are responsible for the behavior of their children, and will not permit loud and/or disruptive play or behavior. Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the facility. Each visitor may bring money for use in the available vending machines. Each visitor shall only be allowed a maximum
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of $50.00 cash on their person during a visit. Money will not be given to inmates. Visitors are expected to conduct themselves as instructed during any emergency, whether a drill or real emergency.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.