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Visiting a family member or friend who is in prison is an important way to maintain connections during incarceration and enhances the prisoner’s success both while in prison and after release.The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) recognizes the importance of visitation and encourages families and friends to visit as often as their circumstances allow.He/she is required to respond to your appeal within 15 working days of receiving the appeal.If dissatisfied with the institution’s response or action, you may refer your appeal, with a copy of the institution’s decision, to the Director of the Division of Adult Institutions or his/her designee at: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Adult Institutions, P. Box 942883, Sacramento, California, 94283-0001, Attention: Director, Room 351-N.If you are denied approval to visit, you may reapply, you may appeal the denial and/or the prisoner may appeal the denial.
If you are disapproved, you will receive a letter from the prison setting forth the reason for disapproval; the prisoner will also receive notice of the disapproval but will not be given the reason.
If you call the Identification Unit, you will need to provide the full name and date of birth of the prisoner you wish to locate or his/her CDCR identification number.
The Identification Unit will provide you with only the prisoner’s current location and his identification number but is unable to provide you with any other information.
Processing times for visiting questionnaires vary by institution based upon the volume of forms received and the number of staff approved to perform the review process.
If you are approved to visit, the prisoner is notified and he/she must notify you.