The Weld County Sheriff’s Office and the Weld County Jail are recognized as a professional environment. Professional Visitors are expected to wear appropriate attire and be well groomed during the performance of their job while conducting business at the Weld County Jail.
The Detentions Division of the Weld County Sheriff’s Office has provided the information below as a guide for Professional Visitors wishing to conduct business at the Weld County Jail.
Appropriate Attire: Clean, pressed clothing in good repair that is neither bizarre, flamboyant, nor casual, dress which one would expect to see worn in a professional office setting. Ties are not required.
Examples of appropriate attire:
Men: Suits, slacks, with a dress or sport shirt with appropriate footwear and socks. Ties are optional.
Women: Dresses or skirts at knee length or longer, slacks with dress blouse, knit or polo shirts with collars, oxford shirts with collars, professional looking collarless shirts, sweaters/cardigans, blazers/jackets, and turtlenecks. Shoes with a closed toe and an enclosed heel or heel strap.
Inappropriate attire: Clothing that reveals cleavage, back, chest, stomach, or underwear. Clothing that is worn from wear, faded, un-hemmed, frayed, is torn, has holes, is dirty, or badly wrinkled. Additionally, shorts, crop or gaucho pants, workout attire, tank tops, sweat suits, all plastic or rubber footwear, canvas flip flops, athletic shoes, skater shoes, blue denim jeans, skirts shorter than knee length, cargo pants, strapless dresses, sweatpants, spandex shorts, leotards, sundresses, halter tops with bare shoulders, and jogging/wind/warm-up suits. T-shirts unless worn under another blouse, shirt, jacket, or dress (included as inappropriate would be t-shirts with slogans, terms, pictures, or cartoons printed on them). Hats are not appropriate in the Weld County Jail.
Professional Visitors are encouraged to conceal tattoos with clothing whenever possible.
It is the responsibility of each Professional Visitor to dress appropriately and professionally at all times when conducting business in the Weld County Jail.
If a professional visitor is found to be in violation of this dress code, the professional visitor may be refused entry and/or asked to leave the Weld County Jail until corrections in attire are made.