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What is acceptable clothing? What are visiting hours? What is the phone call policy?

Perry Multi-County Juvenile Facility

Frequently Asked Questions


Clothes must be in good condition, as they will need to last the duration of your child’s stay.  Please do not bring in any item unless it meets the facility criteria.  Exchanges will only be permitted if the resident fills out a request and the request has been approved.  PMCJF staff has the final decision as to clothing appropriateness.


  • 4 pairs of underwear
  • 4 pairs of socks
  • 1 pair of economy tennis shoes (used or cost less than $55.00)
  • 1 pair of shower sandals
  • 4 bottoms (1 pair of shorts, lounge pants, or sweatpants suitable for sleeping, 1 bottom suitable for recreation, 2 additional sweatpants or khakis for daily wear.  No jeans until appropriate phase.  No “Dickies” brand pants.  No pockets or strings in shorts or sweatpants.  No logos.  Khaki pockets limited to normal pockets with no pockets on the legs.)
  • 4 Tops (Sweatshirt, t-shirts – May not have hoods, pockets, strings or logos).


Approved clothing colors are gray, navy, black or white

Note:  Any items brought into the facility with pockets or strings will have strings removed and pockets sewn shut for safety and security.  All concerns of gang related items will be addressed on an individual basis and may be prohibited (sports team apparel, colors, shoe type, etc).

Sunday visitation:

Only court and facility approved individuals are permitted to visit residents on Sundays.  Sunday visitation:

Unit A from 2:15 pm to 3:15 pm

Unit B from 3:20 pm to 4:20 pm

Phone calls:

Residents are only permitted to call parents and guardians on phone calls.  Residents are not permitted to speak with siblings.  No three way calling.  Phone calls:

Unit A Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays from 7 pm to 9:30 pm

Unit B Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm