Dress Code for Visitors of Colorado Inmates
The following is a general dress code and rules of conduct for anyone visiting an inmate in Colorado. While it is up to the discretion of the staff on duty to enforce these rules, you should do your best to follow them to ensure your visit goes smoothly.
- The only contact allowed is a short hug and kiss at the opening and close of a visit. Holding hands is allowed, but no other body contact may occur.
- You may not talk to other inmates or visitors other then the one you are their to visit.
- All visitors must wear shoes, and underwear. Wire bra underwear is discouraged because you will need to pass through a metal detector.
- Hooded sweatshirts are prohibited.
- Hats are prohibited, with the exception of religious gear, which may be searched.
- Low cut pants, and pants that are worn below the waist, or in a sagging manner are prohibited.
- Ripped clothing, and clothes with holes in them are not allowed.
- Any clothing that shows cleavage, exposes excessive skin on the back, shoulders midriff are prohibited.
- Sheer/see through clothing is not allowed.
- Short Skits, Shorts, Dresses are not allowed if they come above the knee.
- Tight clothing, or clothing that is meant to accentuate the body such as spandex, and leggings, tube tops, and tank tops are not allowed.
- Clothing with offensive images or words are restricted from being worn.
- Camouflage, tactical BDU's, or clothing that is solid green or solid orange is not allowed (top or bottom).
- If you are unsure of if your clothing is going to violate any of the guidelines, or if you just want to play it safe you should bring a change of clothes and leave them in your car. This enables you to change your clothes if the guard on duty/staff objects to something you are wearing.