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Visiting with Incarcerated Individuals at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility

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CONTACT VISITS SUSPENDED

As of Thursday, August 26, 2021, contact visiting is once again suspended due to COVID-19. Booth and barrier visits are available at this time, but this is subject to change as circumstances dictate.

To schedule a visit, call Visiting Reservations at (631) 852-1893 or (631) 852-1894.

Attorney Visiting Update

As the health and safety of inmates, visitors and our staff remain paramount during the COVID-19 pandemic, non-contact booth visits will be used to accommodate attorney visits. Existing safety measures, including passing a temperature screening and the wearing of a proper face covering, will remain in effect for all those entering either facility.  Video and telephone conferences also remain available and may be scheduled by calling Attorney Visiting at (631) 852-3356.             ​​

Are you looking for help for loved ones, family members or yourself?  

Do you have a friend or loved one who is currently incarcerated?  The Suffolk County Correctional Facility offers a range of programs and services to help people reclaim their lives and become more productive members of society.  Learn more on the Reentry and Rehabilitation page.  

Sometimes families and loved ones also need assistance.  Contact our S.T.A.R.T. Resource Center to talk with a caring Correctional Counselor.  

Are you looking for information on what to bring or mail to your loved ones, or how to use the phone service? Click here.  

You can now send photos online!  Click here for more information on Print Budii

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Our Response to COVID-19 and How are Protecting County Inmates, Staff and Visitors

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We have changed the way newly arriving inmates are housed during the first 14 days of incarceration.  Dedicated housing for new inmates has been set up in Yaphank to allow for greater social distancing and ongoing medical evaluation to prevent the spread of the virus to the general population.  A strict protocol of proper hand-washing, around the clock sanitizing of both the Yaphank and Riverhead facilities, enforcement of social distancing and mask wearing have all played a part in maintaining minimal opportunities for the virus to spread. County inmates have also stepped up to help prevent the spread of coronavirus inside and outside the jail by sewing thousands of face coverings for widespread distribution. 

We are all in this together, and by maintaining order and sanitation within the jail, we will continue to keep your loved ones and visitors safe during this difficult time.