Visitor Dress Code

Visitors are expected to dress appropriately. Inappropriate attire will be reason to deny a visit.

Visitor dress rules apply equally to all male and female visitors.  

Visitors shall remain fully clothed when visiting. Appropriate attire includes: undergarments, a dress or blouse / shirt with skirt / pants or shorts and shoes or sandals.

Visitors shall adhere to the following dress standards:

  • All visitors must have proper footwear. Footwear shall be worn at all times. Shower shoes and bedroom slippers will not be allowed.
  • Buttons, snaps and zippers shall remain fastened.
  • All shorts, skirts and dresses, including slits in the garment, shall not expose more than four (4) inches above the knee when standing.

Prohibited Attire

  • All clothing that is inappropriate, such as transparent clothing, halter-tops, excessively tight or revealing clothing, hats and bandannas, or any other clothing associated with a criminal gang or otherwise deemed by the STAFF to be unacceptable, will not be permitted.
  • Clothing that exposes the breast / chest area, genitals or buttocks. Anyone wearing clothing considered to be too revealing will not be allowed to visit. This includes swimsuits, strapless attire and low neckline.
  • By design, or by the way it is worn, allows the anatomical detail of body parts to be clearly viewed (e.g., Spandex, yoga pants, clothes with holes in inappropriate places, or excessively tight clothing).
  • Material that is sheer or transparent (including see-through lace and mesh materials).
  • Half shirts or any attire that expose the midriff area (stomach).
  • Attire or accessories displaying obscene / offensive language, drawings, or objects.
  • Promotes violence, hate, drug use, sex acts or gangs.  Includes any attire or accessories displaying any type of gang insignia, gang artwork, or any affiliation with gangs.

Jail Questions

How do I get information about someone who was arrested?

To see if someone is in custody, check the Inmate Information Center, or you may call (559) 475-9491.

Can I order packaged goods online for an inmate?

Yes -- gives you the opportunity to show friends and loved ones you're thinking of them while they're incarcerated.