(c) Any prospective visitor who is under 16 years of age shall be required to enter, or have entered for him or her, in the institution visitors log:
(d) The visitors log shall be confidential and information contained therein shall not be read or revealed to non-Department staff except as provided by the City Charter or pursuant to a specific request by a legitimate law enforcement agency. The Department shall maintain a record of all such requests with detailed and complete descriptions.
(e) Prior to visiting a prisoner, a prospective visitor under 16 years of age may be required tobe accompanied by a person 18 years of age or older, and to produce oral or written permission fr(,m a parent or legal guardian approving such visit.
(f) The Department may adopt alternative procedures for visiting by persons under 16 years of age. Such procedures must be consistent with the policy of Section 10(e), and shall be submitted to the Board for approval.
10.6 Contact Visits
I0.7 Visiting Security and Supervision
(b) All prospective visitors may be searched prior to a visit solely to ensure that they possess no contraband
(c) Any body search of a prospective visitor made pursuant to subdivision (b) of this Section shall be conducted only through the use of electronic detection devices. Nothing contained herein shall affect any authority possessed by correctional personnel pursuant to statute.
(d) Objects possessed by a prospective visitor, including but not limited to, handbags or packages, may be searched or checked. Personal effects, including wedding rings and religious medals and clothing, may be worn by visitors during a visit.
(e) Supervision shall be provided during visits solely to ensure that the safety or security of the institution is maintained.
(f) Visits shall not be listened to or monitored unless a lawful warrant is obtained, although visual supervision should be maintained.
10.8 Limitation of Visiting Rights
(b) The visiting rights of a prisoner with a particular visitor may be denied, revoked or limited only when it is determined that the exercise of those rights constitutes a serious threat to the safety or security of an institution, provided that visiting rights with a particular visitor may be denied only if revoking the right to contact visits would not suffice to reduce the serious threat.
(c) A prisoner's right to contact visits as provided in Section,10.6 of this Part may be denied, revoked, or limited only when it is determined that such visits constitute a serious threat to the safety or security of an institution. Should a determination be made to deny, revoke or limit a prisoner's right to contact visits in the usual manner, alternative arrangements for affording the er the requisite number of visits shall be made, including, but not limited to, non-contact visits.
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