Visitation of Prisoner
This service aims to provide prisoner and his/her visitor to enjoy visiting rights with his/her parents and relatives and to avoid smuggling of contrabands such as: illegal drugs, liquor, cellphone and other.
Person to approach
Registration Officer check the name of the visitor in the list, then put jail stamp to his/her arm, and issue Visitor's Control ID.
Gate guards will conduct inspection and investigation to visitor’s belongings as well as thorough searching.
Desk Officer/Brigade keeper will counter checks the copy of Schedule of Visiting Day and allows the visitor to enter the visiting area, and at 9:00 o’clock in the morning call all the inmates to be visited subjected for body searching and lock the visiting area.
Desk Officer & Brigade Keeper
Inmate will give the name of his/her visitor to the brigade coordinator and will be submitted to Administrative Office for verification and index purposes.
Visitors required to wear white T-shirt and pants while inside Laguna Provincial Jail and be at the entrance gate by 7:30 in the morning. Valid ID will be presented to the Registration Officer, such as employee’s ID, Voter’s ID, Postal ID, Driver’s License and other valid IDs for identification purposes.
Administrative personnel conduct record check and prepare the list of visitors a day before the visiting day. (One visitor is allowed to visit an inmate once a week, either Wednesday, Friday or Sunday Schedule).