NJDOC Program Indoor Visitation Has Resumed

Visit Guidelines

 

The Newark and Bridgeton RCRPs will conduct visits in accordance with the NJ Department of Health (DOH) color-coded tiers below.

View the NJ Department of Health COVID19 Activity Level Report daily.

RED REGIONS: Visit program will be temporarily suspended.

 

ORANGE REGIONS: Socially distanced outdoor non-contact visits only for fully vaccinated incarcerated persons with proper masking and sanitization of the visitor area before and after the visit session. In the event there is a COVID "outbreak" on a particular housing unit, that unit will be placed on a non-contact visit restriction for a period of 14-days following the outbreak.

YELLOW REGIONS: Socially distanced outdoor visits for all incarcerated persons with proper masking, and sanitization of the visitor area before and after the visit session.

 

  • Fully vaccinated incarcerated persons are permitted to have contact with their visitors during visits.

  • Non-vaccinated incarcerated persons are to be considered non-contact.

 

In the event there is a COVID "outbreak" on a particular housing unit, that unit will be placed on a no contact visit restriction for a period of 14-days following the outbreak.

 

GREEN REGIONS: Socially distanced indoor or outdoor visit for all incarcerated persons with proper masking, and sanitization of the visitor area before and after the visit session.

 

  • Fully vaccinated incarcerated persons are permitted to have contact with their visitors during their visits.

  • Non-vaccinated incarcerated persons are to be considered non-contact.

 

In the event there is a COVID "outbreak" on a particular housing unit, that unit will be placed on a non-contact visit restriction for a period of 14-days following the outbreak.

 

An outbreak is defined by the DOH, as a unit with 2 (two) or more positive cases.

Should you have any questions please feel free to speak to the RCRP Director/designee.