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Default Visiting Dress Code - Utah Prisons

Visiting Dress Code

1. The following types of clothing shall not be allowed: Any clothing, which resembles inmate issued clothing.
2. Forest green color or camouflage-patterned items, (military type clothing or military fatigues).
3. Transparent, sheer clothing.
4. Shorts culottes and dresses, including slits in the garments, which expose the knee when standing.
5. Open weave sweaters or blouses (i.e. lace).
6. Medical clothing (i.e. scrubs).
7. Strapless, tube tops, halter, low cut/backless, spaghetti straps or tops that expose the midriff; sleeveless tops/dresses, tank tops that expose the chest, shoulder and back. Wrap-around dresses/shirts.
8. Layered clothing.
9. Attire displaying obscene/offensive, derogatory language or drawings.
10. Attire displaying gang association/gang related depiction.
11. Hats, hoods, caps, shawls, or scarves.
12. Children under the age of ten may wear shorts and/or sleeveless shirts.
13. No underwire bras.

1. The following items are not allowed in the visiting areas: Purses, wallets, or any legal tender (paper money, etc.).
2. No contraband is allowed to enter the visiting room. Contraband is defined as follows: Escape materials, burglary tools, unauthorized drugs, intoxicants, unauthorized chemicals, weapons, explosives, or any item determined by the institution to be of such a serious nature or in such a quantity so as to pose a threat to personal or institutional safety and security or undermine authority and/or destroy rehabilitative goals.
3. Hats, caps, or other headwear (headbands, scarves, etc)
4. Cigarettes, cigarette lighters, gum, candy, drugs or other food (medication, in which a life threatening situation exists, may be taken in by an officer)
5. Pictures, letters, or any property (checks or such items that need only a signature from the inmate may be taken in by an officer)

NOTE: Please do not bring any of the above items into the institution, as the officers in visiting are not responsible for any items.
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