Family visits shall
not be permitted for inmates convicted of a violent offense involving a minor or family member or any sex offense.
Family visits shall
not be permitted for inmates who are in any of the following categories:
1. Sentenced to Life
without the possibility of parole
2. Sentenced to Life
without a parole date established by the Board of Prison Terms
3. Designated Class
A or Class B Custody
4. Designated a condemned
5. Assigned to a reception
6. Assigned to an Administrative
7. Assigned to Security
8. Designated "C" status
9. Guilty of one or
more Division A of Division B offense within the last 12 months
10. Guilty of Narcotics
distribution while incarcerated in a state prison.
1. Inmates on a restricted
2. In the Close Monitoring
3. On Chronic discipline
or high security status may not be allowed contact visits.
An inmate is not eligible
to participate in FRP (family reunion program) if the inmate has a higher security designation that permitted at the program;
if the inmate is assigned to a special housing unit for disciplinary reasons.
A special review to
determine eligibility will be conducted if an inmate has been designate a central monitoring case, has been convicted of heinous
or unusual crimes or if it appears that the inmate is a sex offender.
Offenders must be A
or B custody and have at least Behavior Management Level of 3 to be eligible for a conjugal visit. An offender will have no
findings of guilty for Rule Violation Report for 6 months to be eligible for conjugal visits. Proof of Marriage will be required
for all conjugal visits.
Lifers are eligible
Inmates classified as
level 4,5,6 and those inmates in disciplinary segregation or pre-hearing detention are not eligible for family visits.
Any inmate who has been
convicted of a crime involving attempt or conspiracy to commit murder, criminal sexual penetration, criminal sexual contact
or any other crime resulting in serious bodily injury toward a family member or an individual with who the inmate has significant
relationship will not be eligible for family visit with the victim of the crime.
Inmate must have medium
custody level or lower, must have at least 12 consecutive moths since arrival at the Department of Corrections on the current
commitment, behavior and rile violation history, criminal history including any pending charges, work and school participation
during incarceration. Release date and sentence structure, history of domestic violence or child abuse mental or physical
health, successful participation in regular visitation program and crime conviction.