Doc Dress Code

RIDOC ADULT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

VISITOR DRESS CODE

All visitors MUST wear undergarments.

Visitors to any RIDOC facility are prohibited from wearing:

• See-through clothing of any kind
• Low-cut and V-neck sweaters, blouses, shirts and tank, halter, or “tube” tops
• Skirts, dresses, shorts with slits that are two (2) inches or more above the knee
• Blouses or shirts too short to tuck in; blouses or shirts which expose the midriff
• Tight-fitting or athletic type clothing
• Spandex, stirrup, sweat and/or “swish” pants
• Clothing the Visiting Room Lieutenant determines is provocative/inappropriate
• Hats, headbands and/or hooded clothing
• Clothes with holes, rips, tears (clothing must be completely intact)
• Clothing with the pockets torn out or torn to allow access beneath the garment
• Sleeveless garments
• “Farmer” jeans
• Camouflage garments
• Khaki, beige, or any other clothing which could be mistaken for inmate clothing
• Military clothing ( actual uniforms and look-alikes)
• Clothing which closely resembles uniforms (Correctional Officer, police, sheriff, marshal, etc.)
• Nursing uniforms (including “scrubs”)
• Jewelry (except wedding and/or engagement rings and medical alert jewelry)
• Under wire bras, metal buttons, buckles which cannot be removed and set off the metal detector
• Metal hair ornaments
• No sandals, open toe shoes and/or backless shoes; shoes must cover entire foot

Exception: Children under twelve (12) years of age may be allowed to visit if wearing shorts, skirts, and/or dresses shorter than mid-thigh, rompers, sleeveless shirts, etc. The Visiting Room Lieutenants’ discretion will prevail.

FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS DRESS CODE MAY RESULT IN DENIAL OF VISITS.

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