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    Thread: Dress Code For Visiting

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      Dress Code For Visiting

      RIDOC ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

      VISITOR DRESS CODE

      All visitors MUST wear undergarments.

      Visitors to any RIDOC facility are prohibited from wearing:

      See-through clothing of any kind
      Low-cut and V-neck sweaters, blouses, shirts and tank, halter, or tube tops
      Skirts, dresses, shorts with slits that are two (2) inches or more above the knee
      Blouses or shirts too short to tuck in; blouses or shirts which expose the midriff
      Tight-fitting or athletic type clothing
      Spandex, stirrup, sweat and/or swish pants
      Clothing the Visiting Room Lieutenant determines is provocative/inappropriate
      Hats, headbands and/or hooded clothing
      Clothes with holes, rips, tears (clothing must be completely intact)
      Clothing with the pockets torn out or torn to allow access beneath the garment
      Sleeveless garments
      Farmer jeans
      Camouflage garments
      Khaki, beige, or any other clothing which could be mistaken for inmate clothing
      Military clothing ( actual uniforms and look-alikes)
      Clothing which closely resembles uniforms (Correctional Officer, police, sheriff, marshal, etc.)
      Nursing uniforms (including scrubs)
      Jewelry (except wedding and/or engagement rings and medical alert jewelry)
      Under wire bras, metal buttons, buckles which cannot be removed and set off the metal detector
      Metal hair ornaments
      No sandals, open toe shoes and/or backless shoes; shoes must cover entire foot

      Exception: Children under twelve (12) years of age may be allowed to visit if wearing shorts, skirts, and/or dresses shorter than mid-thigh, rompers, sleeveless shirts, etc. The Visiting Room Lieutenants discretion will prevail.


      FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS DRESS CODE MAY RESULT IN DENIAL OF VISITS.

      ** >> Click here << to download the RIDOC Inmate Visits policy (in PDF format)
      Last edited by Prison Researcher; 09-21-2011 at 06:21 PM. Reason: Added link

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