Utah Department of Corrections

 

Utah State Prison (Draper):

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Wasatch & Oquirrh
Wasatch & Oquirrh Olympus 
Timpanogos & Promontory
Timpanogos & Promontory

Uinta 1

Uinta 1

 
Uinta 2 & 4
Uinta 2 & 4  
Uinta 3
Uinta 3  

 


Central Utah Correctional Facility (Gunnison):

Visitation at CUCF takes place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. 

No one will be admitted between 10:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. (noon), or after 3:30 p.m. The maximum number of visits allowed is three per four-day visiting block. No more than one 2-hour visit per day is allowed.

The inmate or visitor may submit a completed visitor application form and a completed visitor consent form to Utah State Prison Visiting or Central Utah Correctional Facility Visiting.

Visitors may submit applications for themselves and for minors. Once you have the forms, please complete the portion marked "Visitor's Section." The application should include:

  1. Inmate's full name, offender number, housing assignment, and date of request.
  2. Visitor's first, middle, last, and maiden (if applicable) name, gender, marital status, social security number, address, driver license number, state that issued the license, and date of birth.
  3. Relationship to the inmate (wife, mother, brother, etc.)

Please attach the appropriate personnel documentation as described on the back of the application form, or as specified by visiting staff. All documentation should contain the inmate's clearly printed name and offender number.

If you wish to be notified of the approval or denial of your application, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your application. Mail or deliver the completed application form, with all documentation, the signed consent form and any other supplemental information, to the appropriate visiting office:

 

Utah State Prison Visiting Office
P. O. Box 250
Draper, UT 84020

801-576-7051 or 801-576-7014 

Fax: 801-576-7015

Email: uspvisiting@utah.gov

 

Central Utah Correctional Facility Visiting Office
P. O. Box 898
Gunnison, UT 84634

Email: cucfvisiting@utah.gov

 

Visiting application forms are available at the links below:

Visitor Application Form (PDF)

 This is the form that should be filled out prior to your first visit to the prison.

Visitor Consent Form (PDF)

  • Prior to your first visit, the approved visitor shall sign the Visitor Consent Form, which states that he/she has read, understands, and shall comply with the visiting rules and regulations.

Visiting Renewal Update Form (PDF)

  • All inmates/visitors shall update their visiting application annually. It is the responsibility of the inmate or visitor to submit a renewal form to Utah State Prison or Central Utah Correctional Facility visiting staff 12 months from the date of the application's approval. Visitors or inmates shall notify the visiting staff in writing of any change of address of approved visitors within 10 days of new address. Failure to provide this information within the 10-day limit may result in suspension of visiting privileges.

Visiting Minor Request Form (PDF)

All minor visitors, except spouses, shall be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If the minor's parent or legal guardian is unable to escort the minor to visiting, the individual shall:

  1. Be the minor's grandparent or adult sibling, AND
  2. Provide a notarized letter from the parent or legal guardian giving the individual permission to escort the minor.

         Minors will be automatically removed from an inmate's visiting list, without notification, on their 18th birthday. It is that person's responsibility to submit an adult visiting application prior to the 18th birthday.

 

We ask visitors who answer "yes" to one or more of the following questions to not enter our facilities because of the risk they may pose to themselves, our inmates and staff:

  1. Do you have a fever, sore throat, muscle aches, joint aches, and shortness of breath or a cough? (If it has been more than 10 days since you last experienced these symptoms, you will be allowed to visit).

  2. Are you currently feeling ill or feel you are in need of medical care?

  3. Are you currently being treated for any contagious illness?

While the prison and its personnel do understand the inconvenience not being able to visit can cause, we appreciate your help in maintaining public health and safety.

Inmates are allowed visits according to the following privilege levels:

  • A: 0 visits
  • B: 1 barrier visit per month
  • C: 2 barrier visits per month
  • D: 2 barrier visits per month
  • E: 3 barrier visits per month
  • F: 3 barrier visits per month
  • G: 0 visits
  • H: 2 barrier visits per month
  • I: 2 barrier visits per month
  • J: 2 barrier visits per month
  • K: 3 barrier visits per month
  • L: 3 barrier visits per month
  • M: 3 contact visits per month
  • N: 3 contact visits per month
  • O: 4 contact visits per month
  • P: 8 contact visits per month
  • Q: 12 contact visits per month

All visitors must pass through a metal detector. If you have a medical condition that may set off the metal detector, please be prepared to provide proof from your doctor detailing which part of your body might set off the detector (such as hip or knee replacements). It is important to do this before your first visit to eliminate the possibility of being turned away. Visitors with metal implants may be asked to submit to a clothed pat search.

Visitors are expected to read and understand all of the following rules:

  • Visitation is a privilege, not a right, afforded to inmates/visitors under the jurisdiciton of the Utah Department of Corrections.
  • Visitors shall comply with all Department rules, policies and procedures.
  • Visitors are subject to search of their person, personal belongings and vehicle upon entering all prison facilities. Visitation may be denied for failure to submit to such search request.
  • Illegal and nuisance contraband is strictly prohibited.
  • Falsification of any visiting form may result in a visiting suspension.
  • Visitors who have questions regarding the rules, regulations and procedures are responsible to ask staff for clarification in order to thoroughly understand them.
  • Visitors not in compliance with visiting rules shall be warned and/or required to leave the visiting area.
  • Visiting rules apply without exception to all Utah correctional facilities. Due to the security concerns unique to maximum-security units and off-site medical facilities, additional rules may apply.
  • All adult visitors shall submit a renewal form annually. If visiting staff determine that a visitor has submitted an annual renewal form, staff shall notify the inmate or visitor. If visiting staff does not received a renewal form within 30 days, they shall remove the visitor from the inmate's approved visiting list.
  • All minor visitors will be automatically removed from an inmate's visiting list, without notification, on the minor's 18th birthday. It is the responsibility of the inmate to submit an adult application, prior to the minor's 18th birthday.
  • The Department shall not be responsible for the loss of personal items brought on prison property.
General Visitor Rules:
 
  • Visitors shall access only those areas specifically designated as visiting areas.
  • Personal property such as purses, wallets, paper money, coats, sweaters (used as an outer garment), blankets, writing paper, writing instruments, pictures, letters, etc. are not permitted in the visiting area. Visitors may not be permitted to bring in more than two vehicle keys. The keys should be on a small keyring.
  • Visitors and inmates should remain seated during their visit at all times, and they should remain three feet or more from any wall or door in the visiting area.
  • The inmate and visitor shall conduct themselves in a quiet, responsible manner.
  • Visitors shall leave promptly when the visit is over.
  • Visitors shall not be permitted to leave and re-enter the visiting area during a visit.
  • Visitors' restroom facilities shall be off-limits to inmates.
  • Visitors are not permitted access to inmate restroom facilities.
  • Children shall not be allowed to use restrooms without supervision by the visiting parent or other approved adult.
  • Any visitor found in possession of nuisance or illegal contraband may have their visiting privileges suspended, restricted or revoked and their name removed from the inmate's visiting list pending a review. Visitors with illegal contraband shall be referred to the Shift Commander for criminal prosecution.
  • Visitors with babies shall bring no more than one transparent baby bottle and no more than two diapers into the visiting area; sippy cups are not allowed.
  • Sanitation problems caused by children shall be taken care of immediately by the visitor.
  • Tobacco products, matches and lighters are prohibited in the visiting areas.
  • Food items (gum, candy, etc.) from outside the prison shall not be allowed.
  • Visitors shall not be permitted to bring pets or other animals onto prison property. Seeing-eye dogs are permitted.
  • Visitors shall not be permitted to bring cameras or audio/video recording devices, cell phones or pagers into the visiting area.
  • Visitors shall visit with only the inmate they are approved to visit; inmates and visitors shall not visit with other visitors or other inmates during their visiting time.
  • Those visitors who have approval to be on more than one inmate's visiting list shall only visit with one inmate per visiting session. The Warden/designee shall make exceptions in writing, on a case-by-case basis.
Visitor Conduct:
 
  • Sexual contact between inmates and visitors such as petting, fondling, prolonged kissing or other bodily contact is prohibited.
  • Any visitor/inmate who displays inappropriate or abusive behavior, foul and/or abusive language, or refuses to comply with Department rules, policies or procedures shall be denied entry into the visiting room or, if already in the visiting room, shall be required to leave the visiting area immediately.
  • Any visitor who exhibits signs or behaviors that indicate they may be under the influence of drugs or intoxicants shall be detained and the matter referred to the Shift Commander.
  • Inmates and the escorting adult visitor are responsible for controlling behavior of visiting children.
Visitor Dress Standards:
 
  • All attire should be conservative to enhance a family atmosphere.
  • All visitors shall adhere to the following dress standards:
    • visitors must be fully clothed;
    • visitors must wear shoes or sandals;
    • dresses and/or skirts, including slits in the garments, shall cover the kneecap when standing;
    • capri pants are allowed but they must be mid-calf in length;
    • buttons and zippers must remain fastened; and
    • adult female and physically-mature minor female visitors must wear a bra and undergarments.
  • The following types of clothing shall not be allowed:
    • any clothing that resembles inmate-issued clothing (white top and white pants; maroon top and maroon pants; orange top and orange pants);
    • camouflage-patterned items (such as military fatigues);
    • transparent, sheer clothing;
    • shorts, culottes (except for those ages 10 and younger);
    • dresses and skirts that have slits that expose the knee when standing;
    • open-weave sweaters or blouses (i.e., lace);
    • medical clothing (i.e., scrubs);
    • strapless, tube, halter, low cut/backless, spaghetti straps or tops that expose the midriff; sleeveless tops/dresses, tank tops that expose the chest, shoulder and back. Wrap-around dresses/shirts;
    • layered clothing such as bulky shirts that resemble a jacket or coat, sweaters or sweatshirts with zippers, buttons or hoods (exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis);
    • tight-fitting clothing (i.e., leggings, yoga style, spandex);
    • attire displaying obscene/offensive, derogatory language or drawings;
    • attire displaying gang association/gang-related depictions, signs and symbols;
    • hats, hoods, caps, shawls or scarves;
    • sunglasses;
    • clothing that cannot be removed to clear the metal detector (shirts with metal buttons; underwire bras; excessive jewelry; pants with excessive buttons or zippers).

Processing Visitors Entering Visiting Area:
 
  • Visitors 16 years of age and older shall present a government-issued identification card prior to being permitted to visit.
  • Visitors shall be screened with a metal detector, and must clear the metal detector, prior to visiting.
  • Visitors are subject to a search (i.e., ionizer, property, vehicle search) upon entering the prison and/or visiting area. Visitation may be denied for failure to submit to a search request. Visitors may refuse a search at any time, but shall immediately leave prison property and shall not be allowed to visit.
  • Visitor access should not be permitted during any scheduled visiting session if less than 30 minutes remain in the visiting session.
  • A maximum number of five visitors, including minors, will be allowed to visit an inmate per visiting session.
General Visiting Times and Duration:
 
  • Visiting times shall be scheduled and posted in advance.
  • Visitors shall not exceed two hours per visit per day.
  • The inmate's privilege matrix level shall determine the number of visits allowed per week/month.
  • Exceptions shall be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

    Level I and Level II Inmate Visiting:
  • Visitors shall present themselves to the VDS (Vehicle Direction Station) officer for clearance to the Uinta facility;
  • All visits shall be barrier;
  • Visits shall not exceed 90 minutes per visit;
  • Inmates and visitors shall remain seated on the chairs/benches provided during visits;
  • Visitors may store personal items in the lockers provided.