Hamilton Co. issues new dress code for jail visitors

(CINCINNATI) -- The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office has issued a new dress code for all visitors at the county's jail.

The dress code will go into effect on June 15.

The new code is as follows:

  1. Shirt and shoes must be worn at all times.
  2. Pants/shirts must be free of holes
  3. No pants hanging or fitting below the waistline
  4. No "Spandex" shirts or pants
  5. No clothes of sheer or see-through (mesh) material
  6. No muscle shirts, halter tops, crop tops tank tops or strap t-shirts
  7. No midriff baring shirts or blouses
  8. The neckline of the shirts/blouses must be appropriately modest (no plunging necks or backs)
  9. Skirts and dresses must be to the middle of the knee or below when standing
  10. Shorts are permitted if they are modestly cut
  11. Undergarments are required as a condition of any visit
  12. No coats, sweaters, or other attire permitted to be worn to cover inappropriate dress
  13. Any other clothing that is deemed inappropriate by security staff