Visiting an Inmate in the Hillsborough County Jail - Orient Road in Florida
Orient Road Jail allows inmate visitation from friends, family and loved ones. If you're interested in how to go about visiting, the following information can help.
All visits must be scheduled by inmates at least one day in advanced. Should there be any changes to the visiting day or time, it's the inmate's responsibility to contact their future visitors of the change. As well, there will no visitation on Christmas day and other observed federal holidays.
All visits are 40 minutes long, and visitors must arrive five minutes prior or their visit will be cancelled. Visitors may arrive to the jail no earlier than 30 minutes ahead of schedule. Visiting hours are seven days a week from 1:00PM to 9:00PM; all visits begin on the hour at 1:00PM, and the latest visit is scheduled at 8:00PM. Car keys, wallets and cell phones are not allowed in the visiting area, and visits will be monitored and possibly recorded as well. These visits are non-contact and through video only.
All visitors are required to bring their valid driver's license, a state-issued identification card or a passport with an attached photo.
Before arriving to the jail, make sure to check the Jail's strict dress code or your visit will be cancelled. All visitors must wear shirts and shoes at all times. Tight-fitting and revealing clothes like spandex, leggings, tank tops, halter tops, tube tops and transparent clothes are not allowed. As well, all undergarments cannot be visible, and clothes may not feature inappropriate or offensive text or graphics. Hats and headwear is prohibited; however, if a visitor's headwear is for religious purposes, they will be permitted to wear it and must only removed it for security purposes before the visit.
Visitors are allowed to bring infants into the visiting area. If you've decided to bring an infant, you are permitted to being one baby bottle, one diaper, baby wipes, baby blanket and one diaper bag. However, strollers are not allowed in the visited area.
Children are allowed to visit as well. It's the visitors responsibility to make sure that children are well-behaved and not bothering other visitors in the area. Should a child become too disruptive, the visitor and child will be asked to leave. If a continued behavior occurs in the future, visiting privileges can be revoked.
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