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    Thread: Clinton Correctional Facility Visiting Information

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      Clinton Correctional Facility Visiting Information

      Clinton Correctional Facility
      P.O. Box 2000
      Dannemora, New York 12929

      (518) 492-2511 (Clinton County)

      Inmate Mail (Clinton Main):
      P.O. Box 2001, Zip 12929

      Visitation Hours: 9-3 all days

      Visiting Rules: In the General population room you sit with a counter between you and there is only hug and a kiss when you first get there and one when you leave. They have games and cards for you to use.

      In the Honor visit room(only open on weekends) You have a more relaxed visit, you sit at tables and can kiss sparingly during your visit) They have a seperate play area for kids in both rooms.

      Visiting Room: The vending machines are in a different room so you do a lot of running back and forth.

      Inmates do receive visits everyday of the week from 9-3. If he has not been there a minimum of 6 mos, you go to a visiting room where you have to sit across the table from him. Pictures are done only on the weekends..

      FRP available: Yes, in Clinton Main and Annex Merle Cooper Program

      General Information: When you get there for a weekend visit you will turn right at the light from the main road after the wall. Take the second right turn in a parking lot and you will see the Visitor Center. The CO's there will tell you where to park.
      During the week you go right in the side door, follow the side walk from the visitors center





      Clinton Annex
      Inmate Mail (Clinton Annex):
      P.O. Box 2002, Zip 12929



      located next to Clinton Main in Dannemora. It is classified as a max B.
      The Annex can have 35 pounds of food package a month. They can have fresh meat but it must be fully cooked and hermatically sealed. The clothing has to be according to DOC guidelines as to style and colors.
      Processing of visitors is relatively quick.
      Clinton Annex:
      On the weekends you must go to the right hand side of the building and climb the stairs for processing. Parking is close to the building. Processing was different for me especially seeing 2 co's count and verify the various clothing or food that I brought up. On the desk is a scale that they weigh the food packages with. You must sign an inventory package sheet of all the items you bring to the facility for your loved on.

      There are 3 visiting rooms, one downstairs and 2 upstairs. In the rear visiting room - there is another room that is used for photographs. The rooms are not very large and tables are very close to one another. Inmates could sit at any chair at the table they desired which was a change from Midstate-Oneida, and Mohawk! Vending machines are in the hall on the first floor.
      The CO's make an announcement that it is time for bus visitors to depart. Once those individuals have left the visiting rooms -they will put all visitors from both rooms into one visiting room. Inmates do not stand up against the wall once their visits are over to return to their dorms- they must sit in their assigned tables.

      THE CO'S IN BOTH FACILITIES CAN BE VERY STRICT WHEN IT COMES TO VISITING

      Last edited by Prison Researcher; 01-07-2012 at 04:06 PM.

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