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Dress Code for Visitors


1. General:
a. All visitors must be appropriately attired in accordance with this policy before entering The Sierra County Detention Facility.
b. When attire is deemed not in accordance with this policy by the Visitation Officer, the matter shall be brought to the attention of the Shift Supervisor/Visitation Officer.
c. Visitors may not be allowed into the institution if their clothing would make it difficult to distinguish the visitor from an inmate.
d. Visitors are subject to denial of visiting privilege for that day if their attire is not in accordance with this policy.

2. Male Visitors:
a. Trousers or shorts that are not shorter than 3 inches above the knee must be worn, no cut offs.
b. A shirt with sleeves must be worn at all times.
c. Restricted clothing colors will depend on the facility inmate uniform code.
d. No bathing suits will be worn as an outer garment.
e. Footwear must be worn at all times, no open toed shoes, sandals or flip flops allowed.
f. No sweat clothes may be worn
g. Skintight clothing or spandex is not permitted.

3. Female Visitors:
a. Dresses, skirts, shorts or pants must be worn, no cut offs.
b. Skirts or dresses with a slit higher than the knee is not permitted.
c. Skirts or dresses that are more than three inches above the knee is not permitted.
d. Shirts, blouses and tops must have sleeves.
e. No sweat clothes may be worn.
f. Skintight clothing or spandex is not permitted.
g. Undergarments must be worn, including brassieres, but must not be visible through outer clothing.
h. Tube tops, halter-tops or any type of see-through clothing is not permitted.
i. Clothing must not expose cleavage, the midriff, shoulders or any part of the breast or upper thigh.
j. No bathing suits will be worn as an outer garment.
k. Footwear must be worn at all times no open toed shoes, sandals or flip flops allowed.

4. Children:
a. All children will be required to adhere to the adult dress code, according to gender.

5. Miscellaneous:(Regardless of Age or Gender)
a. Clothing expressing profanity, derogatory statements or remarks is not permitted.
b. Clothing which promotes drugs, alcohol or sex is not permitted.
c. Clothing that, in the opinion of facility staff, is promoting gangs or that has gang symbols, is not permitted.
d. Clothing worn in a baggy or sagging fashion, normally identified with gang dress, is not permitted.
6. Any attire not covered by this procedure, that is deemed inappropriate by an officer, may deny visiting privileges based on inappropriate attire and shall document any such denial to the Jail Administrator.

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