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In Grafton, in the state of Ohio, in the United States, there is a state prison known as the Lorain Correctional Institution. It serves as a receiving and distribution hub for the northern half of the state and is operated by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. The facility first opened its doors in 1990, and it now has a total capacity of 1,089 convicts. These inmates are housed in a range of security levels, from minimum to closed custody.

Capacity: 1,089

Staffing:

Warden:
Kimberly Clipper
2075 South Avon Beldon Road
Grafton, OH 44044
Phone: 440-748-1049
Fax: 440-748-2191
Email: [email protected]

Visitation Hours:

Reception Status Inmates:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 8am-11am (processing ends at 9:30am), and from 12pm-3pm (processing ends at 1pm). Visiting will depend on the last digit of the inmate’s identification number. Inmates with an odd identification number will have visits on odd dates, inmates with an even identification number have visits on even dates.

Cadre Inmates:
Saturdays and Sundays: 8am-11am (processing ends at 9:30am) and from 12pm-3pm (processing ends at 1pm). (Appointment only visits)

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Visitation Policies:

All approved visitors that are 16 years of age and older must surrender a valid picture I.D. upon entering a facility for visiting. The following are recognized picture I.D.’s: Driver’s license from any state; State identification from any state; Passport; Military I.D.; Immigration card picture I.D.; Senior Citizen I.D.; Honor Citizens I.D.; High-School I.D.
All attire worn upon entry into the facility must be worn throughout the duration of the visit, with the
The exception of appropriate outerwear such as a coat and gloves.
Appropriate undergarments must be worn (i.e., bra, slip, and underwear).
No additional clothing is permitted to be carried into the facility.
Inappropriate attire includes, but is not limited to: see-through clothing of any kind, tops or dresses that expose the midriff or have open backs or open sides, sleeveless clothing such as halter tops, tube tops, cropped tops, tank tops, and muscle shirts), low-cut clothing cut in a manner that exposes the chest, any clothing that inappropriately exposes undergarments, skirts, dresses, shorts, culottes with the hem or slit above the mid-knee, wrap-around skirts/dresses or break-away type pants, etc.
No more than one wristwatch or pocket watch will be permitted.
Purses, handbags, backpacks, or similar items are not permitted. Diaper bags and infant carriers are permitted, but are subject to regular search procedures. Clear plastic bags are preferred in place of diaper bags. Diaper bags may include A reasonable number of diapers and baby wipes, three plastic baby bottles, three plastic containers of baby food, and one pacifier.
All visitors are subject to clear the metal detector. The following items often prevent clearance of the metal detector: hairpins, bras with metal underwires, certain boots and shoes, clothing with multiple zippers, and excessive jewelry.
Wearing inappropriate clothing may result in a visitor not being allowed to visit or not to clear the metal detector.
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction has a zero-tolerance for the conveyance of drugs, alcohol, and weapons into its correctional institutions. Any such act will constitute a violation of section 2921.36 of the Ohio Revised Code, which states in part that “No person shall knowingly convey, or attempt to convey, onto the grounds of a detention facility (including prisons, owned and operated by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction) or of an institution that is under the control of the department of mental health or the department of mental retardation and developmental disabilities, any of the following items: Any deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance, or any part of or, ammunition for use in such deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance; Any drug of abuse, as defined in section 3719.011 of the Revised Code; Any intoxicating liquor, as defined in section 4301.01 of the Revised Code; Cash; Cellular telephone, two-way radio, or other electronic communication devices.
Any product that contains tobacco, including but not limited to cigarettes, loose tobacco, cigar, snuff, chewing tobacco, or any other preparation of tobacco, tobacco substitutes, smoking paraphernalia (i.e., matches, lighter, cigarette papers, and rolling machine).

Deposit/Commissary Accounts:

Inmate Telephone Debit Accounts:

All offenders may directly pay for the telephone calls they make, using a Pin Debit telephone account. Funds may be deposited into an offender’s Pin Debit phone account through the Offender Commissary

Inmate Mailing Address:
Inmate Name, ID Number
‚ÄčLorain Correctional Institution
2075 South Avon-Belden Road
Grafton, Ohio 44044

Address:
Lorain Correctional Institution
2075 South Avon-Belden Road
Grafton, Ohio 44044
Phone: (440)-748-1049

Security Level: Mixed
Type(s) of offenders: Adult Men

Sending Money To An Inmate:

Money can be sent to inmates through the following methods:

Mail: Approved (or tentatively approved) visitors may make deposits by U.S. Mail through JPay. Each money order must be accompanied by the Money Order Deposit form. Money orders may not exceed $200 unless approved in advance by the institution Warden.

Money Order: You will not be able to send any letters to the inmate with the money order. Any letters sent to inmates with the money order will be discarded.

Online: Approved (or tentatively approved) visitors may deposit funds into a trust account (offender’s personal account) through the ConnectNetwork website. The ConnectNetwork website accepts deposits via credit or debit cards. The link is as follows: https://web.connectnetwork.com/

Telephone: Approved (or tentatively approved) visitors may deposit funds by calling toll-free 1-888-988-4PMT (4768), reference Site ID 86 when prompted by the automated attendant.

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