The Carson City Correctional Facility consists of sixteen housing units; one Level I unit with 120 beds and eight Level I units with 1,280 beds, three Level II units with 720 beds; two Level IV units with 384 beds, and a 22-bed temporary segregation unit. All units, except temporary segregation, are double bunked.
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Question: I am a clergy, and I am planning on visiting an inmate tomorrow, Fri December 28, What is a appropriate time to visit in the morning? I am also registered as a clergy at the Jackson Correctional system,do mI need to bring any documentation (other than a drivers licence) indicating I am clergy? If you can answer these questions by today that would be great. Thank you.
Hi fr. Koprivica
With so little time, I would recommend that you call the facility for this information.
My son was moved to your Prison and I am not sure how to go about visits or if I am on that list that was mentioned. I know that the last one in Manistee I was able to when I got the form filled out. Well do to the lack of my Drivers Licenses till recently I was unable to . My question is how do I find out if I am and would like additional info. such as hours and days that visits take place. And do I have to still fill the above mentioned form out ?… Read more »
On our prison page, there is a section with visiting information. You can also click the link on our prison page and go directly to the state prison web site for additional information.
Thank You Very Much
My brother James L. Moulter was transferred to Carson City Correctional Facility at 10274 Boyer rd.
I visited him when he was at Ionia Prision can I still visit him at Carson City Prision. I need information on Visting Days and times, anything on how to visit prisioner.
Thanks, Joyce Gryka
Hi Joyce, Please note the following information about visitation. For additional information, you should call directly the facility. Visitation Information Links Visiting Standards & October 1, 2012 Visiting Schedule-English Version Normas de Visita – Spanish Version Visiting Application The Process The prisoner must complete a Visitor List form (CAJ-334) identifying immediate family members* and not more than 10 other potential visitors. Those persons the prisoner has placed on his/her visiting list must complete a Visiting Application (CAJ-103) to request approval to visit. The Visiting Application must be submitted in advance to allow for review of the Application. INCLUDING A SELF-ADDRESSED-STAMPED… Read more »
Hello, my brother was recently placed in Carson City and I wanted to plan a visit, I have a minor child that I would like to be able too visit her uncle because he has never seen her, from reading the list of who is specified as immediate family Idnt understand why she wouldn’t be considered as such… Is there any chance that she wowould be able to visit with me.? He’s in level IV… Does that play a factor in if she can or can’t. ?
We recommend that you contact the facility directly for your answer before bringing your minor child for the visit.
My son is new to the facility and I would like to come visit but I have a few questions. First off I’m on the visiting list of my cousin in Marquette do I need to be removed, if so how do I do it? Second question is my son has a one yr old daughter and an 16yr old brother that wants to visit him how do I go about getting them on his list?
Hi Ms. Henry, Please note the following information: The Process The prisoner must complete a Visitor List form (CAJ-334) identifying immediate family members* and not more than 10 other potential visitors. Those persons the prisoner has placed on his/her visiting list must complete a Visiting Application (CAJ-103) to request approval to visit. The Visiting Application must be submitted in advance to allow for review of the Application. INCLUDING A SELF-ADDRESSED-STAMPED ENVELOPE WHEN THE APPLICATION IS RETURNED WILL ENSURE THAT THE PROPOSED VISITOR IS PROVIDED NOTIFICATION OF HIS/HER APPROVAL OR DENIAL TO VISIT. NO VISITS WILL BE ALLOWED WITHOUT THIS APPROVAL.… Read more »
My brother was recently transferred to your institution, my question concerns sending funds to his account, is it allowed, how to send it, where to send it, and maximum amounts allowed to send.
Hi Monique, Please note the following information about sending money to an inmate at Carson City Correctional Facility. Money Order/Guaranteed Funds Processing All money orders and guaranteed checks (ie, cashier’s checks) from family members and other members of the public are processed by JPay, Inc. Money order/checks with guaranteed funds will need to be made payable to JPay and sent to the lockbox address below. A Deposit Slip must be included with the money order/guaranteed check, and mailed to the following: JPay P.O. Box 531190 Miami Shores, FL 33153 There will be no processing cost for any funds sent to… Read more »
Hi. can someone please tell me where to send my visitor’s application
Mail the application to the mail room for Carson City Correctional Facility or deliver the application in person.
For additional information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.
Hi, My son’s father was just transferred to this facility. I have a daughter that isn’t biologically his but he’s the only father she knows and he would like for her to come visit as well. My question is will she be able to visit along with her brothers and I?