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Norfolk Sheriff's Correctional Facility Tour: Dedham
Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM
Norfolk County Sheriff's Correctional Center
200 West St.
Dedham, MA 02026
* All visitor property must be left in the lockers provided in the Visitor Waiting Area, including all cell phones.
*All visitor clothing must be appropriate for a facility visit. No shorts, hoodies, halter-tops, sleeveless attire or tank tops, no sandals, flip flops or ripped clothing allowed.
*Visitors will pass through metal sectors before entering and are subject to a personal search at any time during a visit.
*Possessions of illegal substance and/or attempting to pass any type of contraband to an inmate will result in arrest and prosecution.
*Tobacco products are prohibited. The Correctional Center is a non-smoking facility.
* Although it is rare, the possibility exists that visitors may see inmates from their community. If a visitor may know an inmate, please let Jim Ross, contact information below, know before your visit. Please handle matters with discretion.
If you have direct questions about the facility please contact Jim Ross directly.
Jim Ross: Community Outreach Officer
Join other members of the FBIBCAAA on an eye-opening evening tour of the Norfolk County Correctional Center.
Built in 1992, this house of correction, located in Dedham, MA, houses, on average, approximately 260 inmates awaiting trial and 140 inmates who have been sentenced to serve time.
This tour provides an opportunity to learn about the day-to-day operations of the sheriff’s office, a day in the life of an inmate, and the rehabilitative programs available to inmates through the sheriff’s office. After touring the jail, participants can speak with carefully selected inmates who will share their personal stories of the poor choices and bad decisions that led to their incarceration.
Don’t miss this behind-the-scenes view of an example of the prison program in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Please see Event Rules. An email will be sent to membership that will include a security clearance form that will need to be filled out and sent in to Jim Ross, the Community Outreach Officer by July 1st.
If you are going to register for this tour (on July 10) when you fill out the security clearance form, on the top of the page it asks for "Specify the reason for request" please put down FBI Citizens Academy: July 10, 6:00 pm tour.