Utah Department of Corrections

The following are the current video and in-person visiting schedules at the Utah State Prison in Draper and the Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison. 

Only sign up for one time slot per visiting day. Signing up for multiple time slots on the same day will result in all sign ups for that day being denied. If you cannot make the time you sign up for, do not just sign up for another time on the same day. Please notify visiting staff via email or phone so that the original time slot can be cancelled for someone else to use.

PLEASE NOTE: Recording or photographing any portion of a video visit is prohibited. Visits may not be live streamed or otherwise posted to any social media account. Any violation will result in a suspension of visiting privileges for both the inmate and the visitor.  

 

USP Visiting Schedules

Wasatch and Oquirrhs: November

Schedule Wasatch and Oquirrhs video and in-person visits

 

Promontory and Timpanogos: November

Schedule Promontory and Timpanogos video and in-person visits

 

Uinta 1: November

Schedule Uinta 1 video and in-person visits

 

Uinta 2 & 4: November

Schedule Uinta 2 video visits     Schedule Uinta 4 video and in-person visits

 

Olympus: November

Schedule Olympus video and in-person visits

 

CUCF Visiting Schedules

November     December     Special Christmas Schedule (Dec. 24-26)

Schedule CUCF in-person visits

Schedule CUCF video visits

 video visiting

Video visiting is now available at most housing units at the Utah State Prison in Draper and the Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison. See below for instructions on setup and scheduling.

PLEASE NOTE: Recording or photographing any portion of a video visit is prohibited. Visits may not be live streamed or otherwise posted to any social media account. Any violation will result in a suspension of visiting privileges for both the inmate and the visitor.  

 

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BEFORE SCHEDULING A VIDEO VISIT:

Prior to scheduling a visit, prospective visitors will need to ensure that they've renewed their visiting application in the last year AND sent a photo ID. The steps to apply for your username and password are at this link: https://corrections.utah.gov/index.php/home/alerts-2/1260-udc-begins-testing-of-video-visiting-system

To renew your visiting application, submit your photo ID, or submit a visitor application please email uspvisiting@utah.gov or cucfvisiting@utah.gov

  

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SCHEDULING A VISIT:

Please note the following prior to scheduling your visit: 

  • Visits must be scheduled two business days in advance. 
  • Inmates will be limited to the number of visits permitted under the privilege-level matrix. It can be viewed here.
  • Visits that are cancelled due to technical issues (internet being unavailable, power outages, etc.) will not be made up.

Utah State Prison in Draper (USP): 

  • If the individual is incarcerated at the Utah State Prison in Draper, you will schedule your visit by going to this page and finding your loved one's housing unit.

Central Utah Correctional Facility (CUCF): 

  • If the individual is incarcerated at the Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison, please go to this page.

 

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VIDEO VISITING SCHEDULES: 

https://corrections.utah.gov/index.php/2014-10-30-20-13-24/14-visiting-information/1267-video-visiting-schedules

 

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WHEN IT IS TIME FOR YOUR VISIT: Using the ThrIVE software

Here’s a helpful document on using the THRIVE software: https://corrections.utah.gov/images/Visitor_Email_Template-ThrIVE.pdf

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

For additional information, read our frequently asked questions file here.

The number of visits allowed per month will be consistent with an offender's privilege level:

Levels 1 & 2 (Maximum Security)

  • A: 0 visits
  • B: 1 visit per month
  • C: 2 visits per month
  • D: 2 visits per month
  • E: 3 visits per month
  • F: 3 visits per month

Levels 3 & 4 (General Population)

  • G: 0 visits
  • H: 1 tablet visit per month
  •  I: 2 tablet visits per month
  • J: 2 tablet visits per month
  • K: 4 tablet visits per month
  • L: 4 tablet visits per month
  • M: 4 tablet visits per month
  • N: 4 tablet visits per month
  • O: 2 tablet visits, 2 in-person visits per month
  • P: tablet visits, 4 in-person visits per month
  • Q: tablet visits, 6 in-person visits per month

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

435-528-6500 or 435-528-6000

Email: cucfvisiting@utah.gov

 

Visiting application forms are available at the links below:

Visitor Application Form & Renewal (PDF)

  First-time visitors need to have this form filled out and approved prior to their first visit to the prison.

 All visitors need to 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.

 

Request To Be Accompanied by Service Dog (PDF) 

 

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.