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Idaho State Correctional Institution (ISCI)
ISCI is a 1,446-bed, medium-security men's prison south of Boise. Its reception and diagnostic unit (RDU) serves as the entry point for all men entering Idaho's prison system. The facility also has a medical unit and workspace for Correctional Industries' programs.
Warden: Tyrell Davis
NOTE : Idaho code 18-5210 states that a person commits a crime by knowingly introducing or possessing contraband in a correctional facility. Contraband includes, but is not limited to tobacco, cell phone(s) or telecommunication equipment, controlled/illegal substances, firearms or dangerous weapons, ammunition/explosives and escape tools or devices. Violations are punishable by imprisonment of up to 5 years and/or fine of up to $10,000.
Please read and be familiar with the Visiting Rules for Residents and Visitors and complete the visiting application process before visiting the facility.
Visiting schedules are subject to change based on emergency situations.
Note: Visitors may enter the gatehouse during the designated entry times. Residents will normally be allowed to visit only on their assigned visiting days and times. All visiting schedules are subject to change based on emergency counts and other institutional considerations.
Medical Note: Residents assigned to a medical unit may visit with prior approval from the visiting supervisor during the regular hours listed above. If a resident is unable to leave his unit, the visit must be approved by the warden and scheduled in advance.
Visiting is NOT allowed during the reception and diagnostic process.
Last update: October 3, 2022