In order to help prevent the spread of coronavirus in Terrebonne Parish, a Parish-wide curfew has been jointly implemented by Terrebonne Parish President Gordon Dove, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Jerry Larpenter, and Houma Police Chief Dana Coleman, beginning April 1, 2020, from 10PM till 5AM and will remain in effect daily until further notice.
The above listings are counted by unit and individual room numbers.
Visitation sessions are thirty minutes (0:30) in length on Saturdays and Sundays.
Authorized visitors for all juveniles are parents/legal guardians, grandparents, and siblings over the age of 21.
Juveniles are allowed only two adult family visitors on the day of visitation. Children left unsupervised will not be allowed to remain in the lobby.
All visitors must arrive ten minutes before visitation time. Late arrivals will be denied visitation.
Juveniles will not receive any items from visitors.
All visitors must sign in and provide a form of positive identification (School I.D, Driver’s License).
Denial of visitation is based on the safety, security, order of the facility, and safety of the juvenile involved. A juvenile may deny any visitor. Individual visits may be denied based on previous or current violation of facility rules and regulations by the individual that visited.
All contact visits require administrative approval.
Visitors will not be allowed to visit if dressed inappropriately. Prohibited attire includes, but is not limited to:
Dresses or tops with thin straps that expose the shoulder or chest area in any manner
Tube tops, tank tops, or halters of any type
Any type of clothing that reveals the stomach or midriff area
Any type of clothing made of sheer or transparent material
Shorts that are above the knee
Dresses, skirts, or other similar garments that are more than 2 inches above the knee
Any other type of clothing that is suggestive or revealing in any way
Cameras, cellphones, and purses are not allowed during visitation.
It is a crime to bring alcohol, tobacco, drugs, weapons, or items that maybe defined as contraband according to the facility policies and procedures onto facility grounds. Any attempt to bring in any prohibited items may be considered as a criminal offense and will be subject to prosecution.
Entering these grounds, you consent to the search of your person, property, and vehicle.