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Millard County Jail Visiting Rules
Saturday, 07 June 2008 04:47
  • Visits are now via video terminals.
  • No property, letters, or packages will be accepted or released by staff during visiting. Visitors may leave CASH to be placed on an inmate's commissary account. NO CHECKS ACCEPTED!
  • Personal items of the visitors, including cameras and recording devices, are not allowed in the visiting area. All visitors are subject to search, for cause, and where the security of the jail may be compromised.
  • Children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian. Children 16 years of age or older will be required to furnish photo ID. If a visitor under the age of 18 is the spouse of an inmate, unaccompanied visits may be approved if the spouse can produce a valid photo identification and a valid marriage certificate.
  • Visits will be refused or terminated when the visitors inability or refusal to control children is creating noise or behavioral disturbance that is interfering with other visits and/or the safety of others.
  • No more than two (2) visitors per inmate at any time.
  • VISITORS MUST BE DRESSED PROPERLY. Visits will be refused or terminated when the visitor is wearing unacceptable attire, which may include but not be limited to: no shoes (does not apply to infants), no shirt, clothing that incorporates lewd or obscene logos or images, and clothing that exposes the breasts, buttocks, or genital area.
  • Visits will be terminated if the visitor or inmate become involved in suggestive or lewd behavior, including disrobing, opening shirts, trousers or any other type of indecent exposure or behavior.
  • Criminal charges will be filed against any individual who attempts to bring any contraband into the jail.
  • Previous inmates of the Millard County Jail within the last year, other than immediate family, will be denied visiting.
 

Safe Tip

Keep written records of all furniture, jewelry and electronic products. If possible, keep these records in a safe deposit box, fireproof safe, or other secure place. Take pictures or a video, and keep purchase information and serial numbers if available. These help law enforcement agencies track recovered items.

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