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Default Western Missouri Correctional Center--Cameron, Missouri

Prison Name: Western Missouri Correctional Facility

Prison Address: 609 East Pence Rd. Cameron, MO. 64429

Prison Main Phone Number: 1-816-632-1390

Prison Fax Number: Unknown

Prison E-mail Address: N/A

Key Contact Names: Mr. Morgan & Mrs. Plumbington

Visitation Hours:
Thursday: 9:00am - 2:00pm , 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday: 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 2:00pm , 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 2:00pm , 3:00pm - 8:00pm

Visiting Rules:
No visitor will be permitted on institutional grounds more than one-half hour prior to visiting time.

Offenders will notbe called for visits between 4:00pm and 5:00pm unless extraordinary circumstances exist wich may exceed those hours.

Only those persons who are approve and listed on the offenders visiting list will be permitted to visit.

Visitors will only be permitted to be on one pffenders visiting list within the Department uness the visito is an immediate family member (not including a significant other) of more than one offender.

Only immediate family and designated visitors that are approved and listed on the offenders visiting list may visit on weekends.

1. Definition of immdiate family and designated visitors per departmental procedure 5-3.1 offende visitors:
A. Spouse
B. Parents/step parents, mother/father in-law, and their spouses.
C. Sibilngs/step sibilings and their spouses
D. Grandparents/step grandparents and their spouses
E. great grandparents/step great grandparents and their spouses
F. legal guardian
G. Children/step children and their spouses
H. Grandchildren/step grandchildren and their spouses
I. Great grandchildren/step great grandchildren and their spouses
J. One person designated as a significant other

Visitors, 13 years of age or older, are required to show valid picture identification.

person whose religious tenets prohibit them from being photographed will be required to:
A. obtain prior approval to visit from the superintendent/designee, and
B. present a non drivers license card withoutn photo or a drivers license card without photo obtained from the Department of Revenue

Visits Permitted:

Each offender may recieve 8 visits per month, unless otherwise determned by his institutional adjustment status.

Visits will be limited to 4 persons,including children, per offender with 1 exchange of visitors allowed during the visit.

1. The exchange will be counted as 1 visit provided the offender doesn't leave the visiting room.

2. It will be the responsiblity of the visitors to dvide the visiting period among themselves.

If a visitor leaves the visiting room floor for any reason other than medical needs and then requests to re-enter the visiting room, the offender being visited will be charged an additional visit.

Visiting restrictions, such as number of visitors permitted at one time, length of visits, ect., may be imposed as needed due to the limitation of the viiting roo, facilities or staff or other safety and security concerns.

Dress Code:

Visitors must dress appropriately for the good order and and security of the institution as well as to minimize the possibility of offending others. The following dress code must be followed at all institutions:

Clothing must not be excessively tight, see through or revealing.

Clothing must not be gang related or camouflaged, must not have racial slurs, inflammatory language, or inappropriate language.

Skirts, dresses and shorts must be no shorter than 2 inches above the top of the knee cap, no wrap around skirts or dresses permitted. Will not aply o childen 6 years old or younger.

Slacks/jeans- no holes permitted

Shirts, blouses, dres tops must cver the chest and stomach and have sleeves that cover th shoulders.

Shoes must be worn except by infants not walking

Headgear will be worn based on religious requirments, such headgear will be subject to search.

Sweater, suit coat, or a light jacket may be worn, but they must remain with the visitor at all times unless leftin a locker or hanging in the reception area.

Allowable Items and Non- Allowable Items:

Visitors will not bring any personal property into an institution except as needed for the duration of the visit.

The locker key.

An unlimited amount of loose coins (no pennies or rolls) bring in plastic bag.

Items for infants will be permitted as follows:
1 clear carry all for infat supplies
6 cloth or disposable diapers
1 baby blanket
3 clear, plastic baby bottles of prepared liquid
1 clear plastic no spill sippy cup
3 unopened vendor containers of baby food
1 plastic pacifier, teether, and rattle
1 small feeding spoon
1 unopened package of wet wipes

Medctions/medical equipment needed to maintain the visitors life, such as nitroglycerine, insulin, oxygen or asthma inhaler may be retained on the person of the visitor.

Visitors may not bring any items to, or take items from, an offender except as follows:
1. Income tax papers, for signature purposes, and wedding bands may be brought to the offender through the visiting room, upon approval
2. An offender may sed excess personal property out on a visit through proper channels, upon approval
3. Children are encourged to bring in report cards, school papers, homework, and artwork

Offenders are allowed 4 food visits per year providing all eligibility requirements are met.

No cameras or tape recorders will b permitted in the institution. Visitors may purchase picture tickets at the reception desk for $1.00. These must be purchsed before entering the visiting room.

Gum is not allowed

Electronic devices such as wireless phones and pagers are not allowed inside the institution.

There are many more but I am getting tired of typing. If you have any questions feel free to pm me.
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