Visitations: Citrus County Jail in Lecanto FL

Visitation Frequently Asked Questions

Who can visit? Inmates are allowed one (1) visitation day per week. Inmates may receive visits from up to 6 persons during any one visit. They will be split into groups of 2 at a time. Each person visiting must not:

• Have not been incarcerated at the Citrus County Detention Facility within the last 365 days from the date of the visit.

• jeopardize the security or safety of the facility.

How do I get approved for visitation? N/A

How do minors get approved to visit? A natural parent/legal guardian accompanying a minor must present the original birth certificate/ legal guardianship papers. A minor not accompanied by a natural parent, must have the original birth certificate and a notarized statement from the natural parent stating:

• that the child is allowed to enter the facility for visitation

• the name of the person who will accompany the child

• the name of the Inmate they will be visiting Minors must remain with the person accompanying them at all times and behave appropriately so as not to disturb other visitors.

How long does the application process take? N/A

How will I know if I’ve been approved? N/A

What are the days and times of visitation? Visitation must be scheduled 24 hours in advance. Visitors must arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled visit time.

Sunday: Outside Male Workers & USM 9:45 AM-11:45 AM Juveniles & USM 1:15 PM- 3:15 PM

Monday: Misdemeanors & USM 9:45 AM- 11:45 AM Felons & USM 1:15 PM- 3:15 PM Tuesday: Felons & USM 9:45 AM- 11:45 AM High Risk/ PC/ETC & USM 1:15 PM – 3:15 PM Wednesday: Felons & USM 9:45 AM – 11:45 AM Females & USM 1:15 PM- 3:15 PM Thursday: Felons & USM 9:45AM – 11:45AM Felons & USM 1:15 PM- 3:15 PM

Friday: High Risk/PC/ETC & USM 9:45 AM – 11:45 AM Felons & USM 1:15 PM- 3:15 PM Saturday: Females & USM 9:45 AM- 11:45 AM Misdemeanors & USM 1:15 PM- 3:15 PM How long can I visit? Visitors must arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled visit time. Visitors may visit only one inmate per visit for a period of two (2) hours. The information provided in this document is believed to be accurate, though it remains subject to change without notice. This document was published February 2013. 6

Where do I park when I arrive at the facility? There is ample visitor parking in the front parking lot of the facility. All vehicles must be completely secured while on Citrus County Detention Facility property.

Will I be searched? All visitors and their possessions entering the Citrus County Detention Facility are subject to search. The visitor may be required to submit to an electronic or pat search before entry is permitted.

What is the dress code for visitation? Visitors are required to wear long pants (or a dress/skirt/shorts of appropriate length), shirts, underclothes and shoes. No low cut blouses. All shirts/blouses must have sleeves. No jackets or sweaters may be used to cover a sleeveless shirt/blouse. Shorts/Skirts must reach at least to the top of the knee. No bathing suits, halter tops, tank tops, tube tops, muscle shirts or miniskirts are allowed. The Visitation Officer will determine if clothing is appropriate.

What type of identification do I need to be allowed into the facility? Each visitor must produce a driver’s license, state issued photo identification or passport upon entering the facility.

What items am I allowed to bring to visitation? Cell phones, cameras, cigarettes, lighters, knives, guns, and handcuff keys, are not allowed to be brought into the facility. Only photo identification and car keys will be allowed into the visitation area. No purses, wallets, bags, brief cases, etc. will be allowed into the visitation area. We recommend leaving these items in your secured vehicle. The facility has storage space for umbrellas in case of inclement weather. For those unable to store their personal items in a secured vehicle, there are a limited number of lockers available in the lobby. Items not allowed in the facility will not be stored in these lockers. The facility is not responsible for items brought into the facility that are not allowed into the visitation area.