Start by learning how to apply to become a visitor, the policies and procedures around visiting, and how to schedule a visit.
Once you’re familiar with how visitation works, you can fill out an application via the online app or PDF/email.
The visitation team will review your application and send you an email once the application is approved and they are ready for you to schedule a visit.
Use the Offender Search tool to find your loved one’s assigned housing unit–then check the schedule for that housing unit on the schedules page. Once you’ve found a time, you can submit a form to request a visit.
The visitation team will send you an email confirming your selected visitation time has been approved. You’re now ready to visit at USCF or CUCF!
At the Utah Department of Corrections, we understand the importance of maintaining connections between incarcerated individuals and their loved ones. We believe that family and community support can play a crucial role in the rehabilitation and reintegration process. That’s why we’re dedicated to making the visitation process as straightforward and accessible as possible.
This ‘How To Visit’ page is designed to be your comprehensive resource for understanding and navigating the visitation process within our facilities. We will take you step-by-step through everything you need to know, from the initial inquiry to the actual visitation day.
We recognize that this journey may seem daunting at first, but we’re here to provide clear guidance, answer your questions, and ensure that you can visit your loved ones with ease. Whether you’re new to the process or seeking a refresher, we’re here to support you every step of the way.
Your commitment to maintaining connections with your incarcerated family and friends is invaluable, and we appreciate your dedication. Together, we can contribute to the well-being of our incarcerated population and their loved ones.
Let’s get started on your visitation journey, providing an opportunity for meaningful reunions and support during this challenging time.