KBFC & ORM 2017 Prison Ministry Schedule:
Racine Correctional Institution (RCI)
(Praise Team & Approved Volunteers Only)
Saturday March 18,2017 Worship Service
Saturday May 20,2017 Worship Service
Saturday October 21,2017 Worship Service
Sturtevant Transitional Facility (STF)
(Assigned Clergy Only)
(Please see schedule for assigned Dates)
Saturday March 18, 2017 Bible Study
Saturday May 20, 2017 Bible Study
Saturday October 21, 2017 Bible Study
RCI & STF 2017 Volunteer Orientation Schedule
(All Volunteers current and new must complete this Orientation every year please sign up with Evangelist Tifinie Or Assistant Pastors Stan & Alicia McKenzie)
Thursday February 2, 2017 Orientation
(Must Register By January 11th)
Thursday April 6, 2017 Orientation
(Must register by March 15th)
Thursday June 1, 2017
(Must register by May 10th)
Thursday August 3, 2017
(Must register by July 12th)
Orientation Time & Location:
Wardens’ Conference Room
Racine Correctional Institution
2019 Wisconsin St.
Sturtevant, WI 53177
5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
(Please report at 4:45 -5:00 pm for Processing in through the gate house Please be prepared to clear the metal detector)
*If You are interested in joining the Prison Ministry please See Evangelist Tifinie Coleman you will need to submit the following information:
~Your Full Name
~Date of Birth
~Drivers License Number
~Social Security Number
Volunteer Dress Code/Metal Detector Rules and Regulations
(PLEASE READ OVER THIS VERY CAREFULLY)
All Visitors should dress and act accordingly. Footwear and acceptable attire must be worn at all times.
THE FOLLOWING APPAREL IS CONSIDERED INAPPROPRIATE AND WILL RESULT IN DENIAL OF VISITS.
B. Transparent / translucent clothing.
C. Shorts that are shorter than fingertip length with the visitor standing with proper posture, arms straight down with fingers extended.
D. Skirts and dresses shorter than fingertip length plus three inches with the visitor standing with proper posture, arms straight down, fingers extended.
E. Tops and dresses that are strapless, tube or halter style.
F. Tops and dresses that expose the midriff (front and/or back).
G. Camisoles and tank tops are only permissible when worn under other attire.
H. Spandex or Spandex-like and Lycra or Lycra-like clothing. Tights or leggings of this material may be worn under attire of appropriate length as identified in this section.
I. Exposed undergarments.
J. Clothing with revealing holes, tears, or slits that are above fingertip length for pants, and above fingertip length plus three inches for skirts and dresses.
K. Clothing or accessories with obscene or profane writing, images or pictures.
L. Bib overalls or clothing with excessive metal.
M. Gang-related clothing, headwear, shoes, logos or insignias.
N. Any clothing that may have the potential to cause a disruption.
Visitors wearing all green and/or orange clothing may be subject to questioning for proper identification prior to entering/exiting the institution.
Visitors are therefore strongly encouraged to refrain from wearing these colors.
All visitors will be required to clear a very sensitive metal detector, so dress appropriately.
If for some medical reason you are not able to clear the metal detector, you must obtain a note from your doctor explaining the procedure performed and the reason for not being able to clear the metal detector.
This is to be sent in to the institution (on the doctor’s letterhead) to the attention of the Security Director. Be sure to include the name of the inmate you will be visiting.
It will then be verified with your doctor, which will allow us to be able to use the hand scanner to process you in to visit.
The note must be mailed in and approved prior to your coming in to visit.
It is the responsibility of the person wishing to enter the institution to take the necessary steps to enable himself/herself to pass through the metal detector.
Persons will have a maximum of three tries to pass through the metal detector.
The officer will instruct you as to removal of required items, such as coats, hats, any kind of hairpins, hair clips, or barrettes. (These must be removed prior to passing through the metal detector so that the staff member can inspect them for contraband).
This is done for your safety and ours. In order to ensure the safety and security of this institution, all persons wishing to enter the institution, with the exception of Department of Corrections employees, Law Enforcement and certain Department of Justice Staff, are required to clear the metal detector.
ATTENTION KBFC VOLUNTEERS IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PASS THROUGH THE METAL DETECTOR YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INTO THE PRISON AND WILL NEED TO LEAVE THE PREMISES.