Établissement de détention de Hull
75, rue Saint-François
Établissement de détention de Hull is a 232 bed institution built in 1936 which houses both remanded and sentenced adult males serving Provincial sentences.
(according to: http://www.securitepublique.gouv.qc.ca/fileadmin/Documents/ministere/diffusion/documents_transmis_acces/2016/117980.pdf)
Regular Visiting Hours:
Varies. It is the responsibility of the incarcerated person to tell to his family the visiting hours to which he is entitled, depending on his sector.
Do I need to be on an Incarcerated person’s visitors list?
Yes. Before scheduling the first visit the incarcerated person put you on a visitation list, this may take several days.
How can I schedule a visit?
It is the responsibility of the incarcerated person to schedule visits. Also, it is very important to know that there is only five incarcerated persons that can schedule a visit on each visiting hour; so, it is first-come, first-served basis.
Length of visit: 30 minutes.
Number of visits per week: 1, maybe more; it depends on the sector.
Number of visitors per visit: 2 adults. Immediate family only (and wives/girlfriends)
Can I leave cash or money orders at the visitor desk? Yes. They
only accept cash.
Call ahead, visiting hours vary