12:15 PM – 2:15 PM
  2:45 PM – 4:45 PM

12:15 PM – 2:15 PM
  2:45 PM – 4:45 PM

Various Rules and Regulations


  • The resident may only have two visits per week. One on each visiting day.
  • Only parents and legal guardians are permitted to visit (Exceptions: Others may visit only if they are preapproved by the resident’s probation officer and part of his PACT and IC case plans and must be the age of majority).
  • Visitors must schedule appointments to visit.


  • All visitors are subject to search.
  • You must bring a valid photo I.D.
  • When entering the JRF you may only bring in your I.D. and one key which will be placed in a storage container in exchange for a numbered visiting badge.
  • There are no lockers and the probation department is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • You must be here prior to the actual visiting hours to enter.
  • You may bring in no more than two (2) paperback books for your child, with their name written on it, to be given to the check in officer. The subject matter of the books must be free of gangs, drugs, alcohols, violence and sex free unless it is a pro-social message or learning.No magazines are allowed. Please note that the book becomes the property of the JRF after your child leaves the facility.
  • During regular visiting hours, you may bring pre-metered envelopes with your child’s first and last name written on them with permanent marker.


  • Those visitors who pose a safety risk or who have a warrant will not be allowed to visit.
  • Those residents who pose a safety risk to the facility and/or others will visit in the no-contact visiting rooms.
  • Physical contact with the residents is prohibited, i.e. hugging, holding hands.
  • No articles of any type may be given to the residents.

Dress Code and Appearance

  • Tattoos that depict gang affiliation, drugs, alcohol, or violence must be covered.
  • Prohibited clothing
  • Gang attire, low cut shirts/blouses, any shirt that exposes midriff, clothing that promotes alcohol, cigarettes, sex, drugs, gangs or violence, sheer or see-through, hats or bandanas of any form or jackets, sweatshirts.