Inmate Visitation


General Visits (via smartphone, tablet, laptop, etc.)

For more information regarding general inmate visitation and phones, please visit or call 1-866-516-0115.

Contact Information:

(435) 656-6669


Clergy Visits (Visitation Request required):

Clergy visits are permitted seven days a week, including holidays. However, the following days and times are recommended in order to minimize wait times:

Monday – Friday

9:00 am – 11:45 am

1:15 pm – 5:15 pm (Except Tuesdays & Fridays)

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Please fill out a Visitation Request and attach your affiliation certification, the inmate you wish to visit, and an approximate date and time you are hoping to schedule your visit. Clergy visitors must present documentation of current clergy status prior to receiving approval for a visit. This may be emailed to: or faxed to: (435) 656-6666, Attention: Programming Unit.


Please wait to receive confirmation email before attempting to visit.


Legal Visits (Visitation Request not required):

Legal visits shall not be recorded or subject to auditory supervision.

Staff shall not be present during legal visits unless the legal representative requests the presence of a deputy. However, staff may observe such meetings visually through a window or camera to the extent necessary to maintain security, as long as staff cannot overhear the conversation.

Legal visitation shall be permitted seven days a week, including holidays, for a minimum of eight hours per day on regular business days (Monday through Friday) and a minimum of four hours per day on weekends and holidays.

Prior to each visit, all legal representatives shall be required to provide identification. State bar cards are the preferred forms of identification for legal representatives. Attorneys who are members of state bars that do not provide bar cards are required to present other documentation that verifies bar membership. If such documentation is not readily available to attorneys licensed in a particular state, the person shall be required to indicate where he or she is licensed as an attorney and how that fact may be verified.

Legal representatives and legal assistants shall not be asked to state the legal subject matter of the meeting.