COLORADO — Families of people incarcerated by the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) will no longer be allowed to visit in person following CDOC’s latest policy.
Effective Tuesday, Jan. 4, all in-person visitation at all CDOC facilities have been canceled.
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CDOC also announced modified operations and/or canceled programming amid outbreaks and staffing shortages at many of its facilities.
According to the department, the decision will be re-evaluated in two weeks.