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If you know or are aware of an inmate who is experiencing thoughts of suicide, please call our toll-free Suicide Hotline at 215-328-8530.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: All Visitation to the Correctional Facility and the Community Correction Centers has been temporarily suspended.

Community Corrections Centers


All residents are permitted visits during regularly scheduled visiting times on each weekend. Residents are afforded four hours of visiting each weekend (2 hours each on Saturday and Sunday). Visitation is also permitted on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Visiting sessions are determined by room assignment. AM visiting hours are from 8:00 to 10:00. PM visiting hours are from 1:00 to 3:00. Modules A, B,C,D,E, and Y comprise Group A. Modules F, G, H, J, and Z comprise Group B. --

2020 Community Corrections Visitation Schedule

Medium Custody Visitation Schedule

Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Lookup
The Corrections Division is now offering a new Interactive Voice Response (IVR) which is accessed by calling 267-915-4072. This system allows for the public to search and receive information on all active offenders, providing Bucks County Corrections identification #.; bond; housing location; visiting hours and other pertinent information via the telephone. 

Visitation Rules--This is a zero tolerance policy: No exceptions

Click here for a printable version of the rules..

  1. All visitors must enter and exit the building by the front door leading to the lobby. Visitors will report to the officer for a check of photo identification and visiting form entry. All visitors must have valid, current photo identification.
  1. All visitors between 16 and 18 years of age must have permission from their parents or guardian to visit. If a parent or guardian is not present, a notarized affidavit must be presented at the time of their visit. All visitors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by their parent or guardian and supervised by the same (this may not be the resident).
  1. Visitors and their children are not permitted in any office, room, or module. Residents and their visitors are obligated to keep their children with them at all times. Children moving about the building and/or grounds unsupervised will result in disciplinary action for the resident involved and termination of the visit.
  1. No halter tops, midriff or tube tops are permitted, whether in a blouse, shirt, or dress, etc. All blouses, shirts and tops must extend over the belt line. Short shorts, micro-mini skirts, fishnet stockings and see through blouses or other revealing garments that do not completely cover/or that over-emphasize the private areas of the body will be cause for denial of visits. Tank tops for women are permissible as long as proper undergarments are worn. All visitors must wear shoesNo open toe shoes are allowed. Rubber sandals known as flip-flops may not be worn by any visitor for safety and sanitary reasons.
  1. Residents and visitors may kiss and embrace when meeting and departing. No necking, petting, or fondling will be tolerated. Any action that disrupts or offends other adults or children will result in immediate termination of the visit and loss of privileges for a minimum of a 90 day period. Privileges can only be reinstated by written permission of the superintendent.
  1. Residents are not permitted in vehicles with visitors at any time.
  1. Residents are not permitted to visit behind the institution at any time. The approved visiting areas in the institution are the dining room at the M.C.C.C. and the small M.P.R. at the W.C.C.C.
  1. Personal or institutional linens, blankets, and pillows are not permitted to leave the module for any reason.
  1. Tents, umbrellas, partitions (picnic benches), tables and other obstruction are strictly prohibited.
  1. No contraband is permitted to enter the facility. No controlled substances are permitted to be brought on the grounds. If drug paraphernalia is found (pipes, containers, spoons, clips, etc) the visit will be terminated, and privileges will be suspended for a minimum of a 90 day period. Privileges can only be reinstated by written permission of the superintendent.
  1. Visitors found in possession of contraband (drug and alcohol, etc.) will be turned over to the police and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
  1. No smoking is permitted in the institution or on the grounds.
  1. No pets are permitted on the grounds.
  1. Place all trash in the appropriate receptacles.
  1. No grills are to be brought onto or utilized on the grounds.
  1. No blankets or table coverings
  1. No personal recreation equipment (cards, children’s toys, bikes, balls, bats, Frisbees). Recreation areas are off limits to all visitors and residents during visits.
  1. Breaking any of the visiting rules will result in termination of the visit.
  1. Food/drink may not be brought into the building or on the grounds.
  1. Any visitor who appears to be under the influence of drug/alcohol will not be allowed to visit.
  1. No hair cutting, styling, braiding during visits is allowed, for safety and sanitary reasons.
  1. All visitors must leave all personal property (i.e. cell phones, hand bags, etc.) in their locked vehicle during visits.
  1. All types of cameras, video cameras are prohibited on the grounds. All film and tapes will be confiscated and not returned.
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Divisional Leadership:

Christopher A. Pirolli
Director of Corrections
Phone: 215-340-8481

David L. Kratz
Deputy Director of Corrections
Phone: 215-340-8481

The Bucks County Department of Corrections
1730 South Easton Road
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
Phone: 215-345-3700
Fax: 215-918-3015