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Mission Statement

The primary mission of the Donald W. Wyatt Detention Facility is to protect the public from people who pose a threat to society. Our mission is accomplished by operating a safe, secure, and humane facility that is in compliance with state and federal law, as well as the American Correctional Association standards. Our employees are highly trained professionals and will uphold ethically sound behavior at all times.

Motto: Pride, Performance, Professionalism.

About the Facility

The Donald W. Wyatt Detention Facility, located in Central Falls, RI, is operated by the Central Falls Detention Facility Corporation (CFDFC). It is a quasi-public corporation governed by a five-member Board of Directors appointed by the Mayor of Central Falls. The Board, in turn, appoints an administrator of the corporation who is responsible for overseeing the management and overall operation of the corporation and the Donald W. Wyatt Detention Facility.

The Facility operates at maximum security providing housing for up to 730 adult male and up to 40 adult female detainees and is accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA). During the most recent re-accreditation audit, the Facility received a 100% rating on all mandatory and non-mandatory ACA standards.

Regular inspections of the Facility are conducted by various oversight agencies including the United States Marshals Service, Quality Assurance Reviews and Rhode Island Department of Public Health among others.

Detainees housed within the facility are in the custody of the United States Marshals Service’s various jurisdictions including, but not limited to: Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. The facility also houses detainees who are in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), United States Navy, and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe.

Notice to Visitors - Visitation will resume on July 9, 2021

The visitation schedule has been modified and updated in accordance with the lifting of COVID restrictions.  The schedule will be posted in the housing units.  Depending on state restrictions, the schedule may change to decrease or increase visitation hours.  Below is an outline of how detainee visitation will operate starting July 9, 2021:

Visitors are required to present all required documents to the officer posted in the lobby for check in.  This includes but is not limited to, NON-EXPIRED GOVERNMENT ISSUED DRIVER LICENSES/IDENTIFICATION CARDS, birth certificates of minors, notarized letters granting permission for minors to visit a detainee with someone other than the parent/legal guardian, and/or letters of approval from the Warden.
Please review the updated dress code on the facility website.  Visitors who are inappropriately dressed will be asked to leave and may return when properly dressed.  Failure to comply, will result in the visit being denied.
Each housing unit will be assigned specific visitation periods. This schedule is set and there is no room for modification.
If you report to the facility at any time, other than the one designated for the detainees assigned housing unit, the visit will be denied and you visitors will be asked to the leave.
There will be no extended visits. Failure to leave the visitation area at the end of the session may result your visitation privileges being revoked.
Masks are still required for you and your visitors.  Each visitor, five (5) years and older, will be required to wear a face mask.  
There will be a limit of 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children in the visitation room per session. If you have more than 3 children, a second adult may wait in the waiting room and the children can swap out during the visit.
In order to allow staff to properly process the visit, visitors must arrive at least thirty (30) minutes before the start of a session.  After thirty (30) minutes, the visit may be delayed or denied.
You are is required to check in with the medical staff member in the lobby before entering the visitation area. You may be denied access to the visitation area if you have a fever or present symptoms related to COVID-19.
You will be allowed to keep 1 single vehicle key and your government issued identification in their possession during the duration of the visit. 

El calendario de visitas ha sido modificado y actualizado de acuerdo con el levantamiento de las restricciones de COVID. El horario se publicará en las unidades de vivienda.. Dependiendo de las restricciones estatales, el horario puede cambiar para disminuir o aumentar las horas de visita. A continuación se muestra un resumen de cómo funcionarán las visitas de detenidos a partir del 9 de julio de 2021:

Los visitantes deben presentar todos los documentos requeridos al official postulado en la sala de espera para registrarse. Esto incluye, LICENCIAS DE CONDUCIR EMITIDAS POR EL GOBIERNO NO VENCIDAS / TARJETAS DE IDENTIFICACIÓN, certificados de nacimiento de menores, cartas notariadas que otorgan permiso para menores visitar a un detenido con alguien que no sea el padre / tutor legal y / o cartas de aprobación del alcalde de la instalacion.
Revise el código de vestimenta actualizado en el sitio web de la instalación. A los visitantes que estén vestidos de manera inapropiada se les pedirá que se vayan y podrán regresar cuando estén vestidos apropiadamente. El incumplimiento resultará en la denegación de la visita.

A cada unidad de vivienda se le asignarán períodos de visita específicos. Este horario está establecido y no hay margen de modificación.
Si se presenta a la instalación en cualquier momento, que no sea el designado para la unidad de vivienda asignada a los detenidos, la visita será denegada y sus visitantes se les pedirá que se retiren.

No habrá visitas prolongadas. El no dejar el área de visitas al final de la sesión puede resultar en la revocación de sus privilegios de visitas.

Aún se requieren máscaras para usted y sus visitantes. Cada visitante, de cinco (5) años o más, deberá usar una mascarilla.
Habrá un límite de 2 adultos y 2 niños o 1 adulto y 3 niños en la sala de visitas por sesión. Si tiene más de 3 niños, un segundo adulto puede esperar en la sala de espera y los niños pueden intercambiar durante la visita.
Para permitir que el personal procese adecuadamente la visita, los visitantes deben llegar al menos treinta (30) minutos antes del inicio de una sesión. Después de treinta (30) minutos, la visita puede retrasarse o negarse.

Debe registrarse con el miembro del personal médico en el la sala de entrada antes de ingresar al área de visitas. Es posible que se le niegue el acceso al área de visitas si tiene fiebre o presenta síntomas relacionados con COVID-19.

Se le permitirá conservar una sola llave de vehículo y una identificación emitida por su gobierno en su poder durante la duración de la visita.    

D. Martin, Warden

Contacting the Facility

Donald W. Wyatt Detention Facility
950 High Street
Central Falls, RI 02863-1506

General Information: 401-729-1190
Fax: 401-729-1194

Human Resources
401-721-0308
hiring@wyattdetention.com

Aramark Detainee Accounts
401-721-0378


 

TouchPay System

Issues with the TouchPay system

(to include the Lobby Kiosk) may be reported by contacting customersupport@touchpaydirect.com or by telephone as follows:

TouchPay Depositor Support: 866-204-1603

Hours of Operations: 

Monday-Friday  7:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm