resident VISITATION POLICY

Visitation is to take place on Saturday or Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. Residents CAN NOT have visits on both days


Visitation times may be rescheduled with prior case manager approval in the event of verifiable conflicts due to work schedules of residents and/or visitors.


A resident is to limit their visitors to 5 pre approved individuals.


Visits from clergy may take place on any day providing arrangements are made prior to the visit. 


All residential client visits must take place in the recreation room and are under staff supervision. Work Release and Parolees may visit in the Pavilion area.


Adult visitors may smoke in the Pavilion only after informing staff on duty. However, residents may not accompany them.


Residents without a phase and Phase I residents may have only immediate family for visitation. This is limited to parents, grandparents, siblings, children, and spouse. 


Phase II and III residents may also have approved friends and extended family members for visitation. 


Any visitor under the age of sixteen (16) must be accompanied by his/her parent or legal guardian and remain in their presence the entire time. The minor must also be a member of the resident's immediate family.


No beverages, cell phones, or food of any kind are allowed into the building during visitation. Exceptions may be made for very young children.


Residents may ONLY have property dropped off during weekend visitation unless they have prior approval from their Case Manager.


Failure to provide proper identification will result in the visitation being denied.



TWIN COUNTY COMMUNITY PROBATION CENTER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DENY VISITATION                                                                               ANYTIME TO ANYONE