Denver Women's Correctional Facility

 
 
Denver Women's Correctional Facility Colorado

Denver Women's Correctional Facility


Physical Address:
Denver Women's Correctional Facility
3600 Havana
Denver, CO, 80239

Administrator:  Dona K. Zavislan

Telephone:
303-371-4804

Inmate Mailing Address:
Inmate Name, ID
Denver Women's Correctional Facility
P. O. Box 392005
Denver, CO, 80239

Denver Women's Correctional Facility Inmate Mail

Inmates may receive letters,  and photos.  Inmates may also receive New paperback books, magazines, newspapers or other printed matter mailed directly from the following: (Be sure to include the inmate name and ID number and send to the inmate mailing address above).


Sending Money to an inmate in Colorado

Colorado DOC no longer accepts money orders, all funds must be placed into an inmates account electronically.  Immediate family members or friends of offenders are the only individuals allowed to send in funds to an inmate's account. Do not send funds to inmates that you do not know or who is not related to you. If you are in violation of these terms funds may be confiscated. If you have any questions contact the Inmate Bank at (719) 269-4271.

To send funds by EFT:
Use Moneygram or Send money online using your bank account at westernunion.com.

The cost for an EFT varies between companies and varies depending on the method of payment such as internet or by cash in-person transactions. Please compare services and prices of each EFT provider.

For Western Union use the following:

1.  Pay to: Colorado Dept. Corrections
2.  Code City:  CODOC
3.  State: CO     
4.  Sender's Acct #:  Offender DOC# and Last Name

For Moneygram use the following:
1.  Receive Code:  5927
2.  Company Name: CODOC
3.  City: Canon City &     State:  CO
4.  Acct Number:  Offender DOC# and Last Name (no spaces)

Visiting an Inmate in Colorado

The department encourages family and friends who have positive influences and serve as good role models to communicate and visit with the inmate. This can help the inmate reintegrate with society when they are released.

Visitors are not allowed to assemble in front of the Lobby prior to the beginning of registration, which will begin fifteen (15) minutes before each visiting session.  Initial processing will begin at the Lobby at 8:15 AM and end at 10:00 AM; it will begin again at 11:30 AM and end at 2:15 PM

Visits will not be processed for those visitors who arrive at the Lobby between 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM or after 2:15 PM

There will be no visiting on legal holidays unless they fall on normal visiting days.

    All Diagnostic Offenders are allowed contact visits.  Saturday/Sunday 8:30 AM through 3:00 PM

 DWCF Diagnostic Offenders are given a Special Visit request form during their initial orientation.  They may list up to five (5) immediate family members, approval will take approximately ten (10) working days at which time the offender will be notified.  Upon offenders arriving at their assigned facility, a permanent visiting application will need to be completed by all visitors to be processed in accordance with policy and procedure.

    All General Population Offenders and Special Needs Offenders are allowed contact visits. Friday/Saturday/Sunday  8:30 AM through 3:00 PM.

    At DWCF, General Population Offenders may receive visits on Friday and/or Saturday or Friday and/or Sunday, but not Saturday and Sunday.

    Administrative Segregation and Restricted Privileges Offenders are allowed non-contact visits by appointment only.  Friday/Saturday/Sunday 8:30 AM through 3:00 PM

Review the DOC Visiting Rules here before visiting an inmate.

ALL VISITORS MUST FILL OUT A COLORADO DOC VISITORS APPLICATION BEFORE VISITING.

Do an inmate search in Colorado

To find an inmate identification number, and other useful information you may want to do an inmate search.

Comments

kiki89's picture

Any more information on visitation

Is there any more information available on visiting an inmate?  I want to know what to expect at visiting, is it behind glass, can you touch etc?