CUSTODY DIVISION

VISITING HOURS

After Hours General Information (209) 468-4384
** EFFECTIVE MONDAY APRIL 9, 2012 **
VISITS ARE 45 MINUTES IN LENGTH
YOU MUST BE SIGNED UP OR IN LINE 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE VISITING TIME
SIGN UP TIME STOPS 15 MINUTES BEFORE EACH VISIT

MAILING ADDRESS
INMATE NAME
999 WEST MATHEWS RD
FRENCH CAMP, CA 95231

NOTE: Occasionally due to unforeseen events visiting hours may be temporarily changed or suspended. A notice will be placed at the entry of the affected area with further detail of the next available visiting time or instructions to call the site for updated information.

HONOR FARM
MONDAY -- SUNDAY, Open 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM
         Business Hours Phone: (209) 468-4384
Closed from 4:45-6:00pm
DO NOT WAIT INSIDE THE LOBBY BEFORE DOORS OPEN VISITORS MUST WAIT OUTSIDE

Inmate visiting starts at 10:30am and the last inmate visit is at 7:00pm.
Visits are 45 minutes long starting on the hour.
Inmates housed get two (2) visits per week.
The visiting week starts on Monday.

SOUTH JAIL
MONDAY -- SUNDAY, Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM            Business Hours Phone: (209) 468-4676
(WEDNESDAY ONLY, Open 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM)
Closed from 10:45-11:45am

Inmate visiting starts at 9:00am and the last inmate visit for (MONDAY, TUESDAY, and THURSDAY thru SUNDAY) is at 5:00pm. On (WEDNESDAY) last inmate visit is at 07:00pm.
Visits are 45 minutes long starting on the hour.
Inmates housed get two (2) visits per week.
The visiting week starts on Monday.

JAIL CORE
MONDAY -- SUNDAY, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM                    Business Hours Phone: (209) 468-4295
(WEDNESDAY ONLY, Open 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM)
Closed from 10:45-11:45am

Inmate visiting starts at 9:00am and the last inmate visit for (MONDAY, TUESDAY, and THURSDAY thru SUNDAY) is at 5:00pm. On (WEDNESDAY) last inmate visit is at 07:00pm.
Visits are 45 minutes long starting on the hour.
Inmates housed get two (2) visits per week.
The visiting week starts on Monday.

GENERAL GUIDELINES
• A visitor may only visit once daily at any of the three facilities.
• Only three visitors per inmate visit. (This includes infants and children.)
• No eating, drinking or smoking is allowed in any of the visiting rooms.
• If a visitor leaves the visiting room once the visit has started, they will not be permitted to return.
• No handbags, diaper bags, strollers, infant seats or other large containers may be taken into the visiting room. These articles must be kept outside the facility. A limited number of lockers are available to secure small personal items. A key in exchange for ID may be obtained from the visiting officer. Visiting staff will not be responsible for these items. Failure to comply will result in exclusion from visiting.
• If you have a baby, you may bring in a clear plastic bag containing 1 bottle, 1 small blanket, 1 diaper and wipes to complete a diaper change.
• Visitors under the influence of alcohol and or drugs will be excluded from visiting and may be subject to arrest.
• Visitors are subject to search of their persons and effects.
• Visitors serving probation, parole, or other conditional release from custody, may be required to provide written permission from their supervising agency in order to visit. (P.C. 4571) Visitors convicted of a felony, on parole or probation or who have been released from any San Joaquin County custody facility within the past thirty days will be excluded from visiting. (P.C. 4571)
• Visitors determined to be a victim or are named in an active protective order prohibiting contact of the inmate they are attempting to visit will be prohibited from visiting that inmate.
• Visitors shown to be of harmful effect to the inmate, or who constitute a threat to the security of the institution shall be excluded from visiting. The Facility Commander may suspend visiting privileges of an individual member of the public indefinitely.
• Visitors with active warrants shall not be allowed to visit and may be detained and/or arrested. Documented proof of a scheduled court date to appear on the warrant will not be sufficient.
• Visitors shown to be of harmful effect to the inmate, or who constitute a threat to the security of the institution shall be excluded from visiting. The Facility Commander may suspend visiting privileges of an individual member of the public indefinitely.
• An officer may suspend visiting privileges of an individual for one week per incident. (Violations deemed serious in nature may be referred to the shift supervisor, visiting supervisor, or facility commander pending further review and may result in a greater suspension period up to and including an indefinite ban.)
• Visitors not approved for a visit or having a visit terminated, will be told the reason for the exclusion or termination of the visit. Appeals of the suspension or termination will be directed to the Duty Sergeant for review and forwarded to the Facility Commander.

SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
Important information and Requirements:
• Appropriate clothing is a must.
• Valid State or Fedral identifaction is preferred.
• California Identification is preferred.
• Minors must be accompanied by parents or legal guardians (with proper documentations, see section on Minors Visiting).
• Visitors must sign up at least one–half hour before the actual visit.
• There is limited seating for each visit and sign-ups are first come, first served.
• Up to 3 persons may visit an inmate at a time. (This includes infants and children)
• Further information regarding visits should be directed to staff at each facility.
• Communication with inmates shall take place within the visiting area only (Penal Code 4570)

The following items are not allowed:
• No smoking material in the facility.
• No weapons (P.C. 4574)
• No food in the visiting rooms.
• No purses, briefcases, diaper / diaper bags or strollers.
• No pagers or cellular phones.
• No drugs or alcohol. (P.C. 4573, 4573.5, 4573.6, 4573.8 & 4973.9)
• No pocket knifes or any other knifes.
• No cosmetic bags, nail clippers or files.
• No lighters or matches in the facility.
• No cameras or recording devices.

VISITING RULES

Identification
All visitors will be required to provide current and valid photo ID. If the visitor is unable to do so, no visit will be allowed. (P.C. 4570.5)
Only the following forms of identification will be accepted:
   •  Driver’s license from any state (temporary driver’s licenses will NOT be allowed)
   •  Identification card from any state (temporary state IDs will NOT be allowed)
   •  Military ID card
   •  Immigration & Naturalization card
   •  Permanent Resident ID with photo
   •  Mexico Matricula Consular ID card
   •  Passport or Official Foreign ID  
   (All of the above require photograph or fingerprints and have issue dates and expiration dates)

Minors Visiting
Any persons under the age of eighteen may visit only when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian (a court order will be required for proof of guardianship and a birth certificate will also be required).  
A. Unescorted minors will not visit under any circumstances, and they are not to remain unsupervised pending or during your visit.  
B. If arrangements cannot be made for their immediate removal, the visit for the person who  brought them will be cancelled.  
C. If an unescorted minor is located on the compound after a visit has started, the visit will be  terminated.  
 
Visitors with small children are responsible to prevent the children from disturbing other people in the visiting area.
Visitors must keep children at their table or their assigned visiting room or their visit may be terminated.

Contraband
• No Smoking in this building.
• No Weapons.
• No Food in visiting rooms.
• No purses, briefcases, diaper/diapers bags or strollers.
• No pagers or cellular phones.
• No drugs or alcohol.
• No pocket knives or any other knives.
• No cosmetic bags, nail clippers or files.
• No lighters or matches in visiting rooms.
• No cameras or recording devices.

Clothing
Visitors are expected to dress to meet the constraints of the institutional setting. All visitors, male or female, must be dressed appropriately. No suggestive or revealing attire will be acceptable. Failure to comply will result in exclusion from visiting. Reasons for exclusion may vary based on the security and safety of the facility. Determinations as to the appropriateness of attire will be at the discretion of the Visiting Officers.

UNACCEPTABLE CLOTHING ITEMS MAY INCLUDE BUT SHALL NOT BE LIMITED TO:
• Pajamas or slippers
• Sexually suggestive or provocative clothes
• No shorts or skirts exposing more than mid- thigh, includes slits in garments. (this includes children)
• Bare midriff
• No tank tops, spaghetti strap tops or sleeveless shirts
• No sheer or “see through” clothing
• Attire displaying obscene or offensive language, drawings or images.
• Undergarments must not be visible
• Gang related attire, style of dress or items containing gang related symbols or markings
• Coveralls or overalls
• Any article of clothing in poor repair, torn, ripped, or shredded in a manner causing it to be revealing.
• Hooded apparel
• No hats
• No jackets or heavy coats

Honor Farm

Upon arrival at the Honor Farm, inmates are oriented to the facility and specifically informed that it is the inmate’s responsibility to check the visiting list, which is posted every half-hour. The officers will not locate an inmate for visiting. If the inmate has chosen to attend class, church, sports programs, movies, etc., he or she has made that choice voluntarily. If the inmate is at his or her work assignment, they will not be allowed to visit. If the inmate fails to show up for any of these reasons, you may return the next day to visit.

It is advisable that if you correspond or have telephone communication with the person you wish to visit, you inquire as to his or her work schedule although they may be subject to periodic change.

Honor Farm inmates may not receive money during visiting. Possession of any amount of money will be grounds for disciplinary action against the inmate. Visitor wishing to place funds on an inmate's account may do so utilizing the Kiosk located in the visiting lobby during regular visiting hours. A kiosk is located in the 24-hour lobby for after hour deposits.

Excessive physical contact is not allowed. An inmate and visitor may:
• Embrace and kiss briefly at the beginning and end of the visit and hold hands on top of the table during the visit.
• The inmate may hold an infant under 2 years of age.

Any other contact may result in the termination of the visit at the discretion of the visiting staff.

Phone Recording
If you plan to visit with an inmate please read this official notification:

Pursuant to authority granted under California Penal Code Section 636, the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office has installed an automatic device to monitor and record conversations on the inmate visiting telephones.

Your use of the visiting room constitutes your knowledge and consent to this monitoring and recording.
(A properly assigned Attorney/Religious Advisor/Physician visit is not monitored or recorded).

DIRECTIONS
From Interstate 5, drive to French Camp, CA. French Camp is approximately 5 miles south of Stockton, CA. Take the Mathews Road exit and drive westbound 1 mile. For Intake and Jail Visiting, turn right on Canlis Blvd. Turn into the public parking area of the Facilities. For the Honor Farm, continue west past Canlis Blvd. on Mathews Road to Wolfe Road.