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What are Inmate Records?

Maryland inmate records contain official data on offenders who have been detained, booked or incarcerated in correctional inmate facilities within the state. It may include records from county jails, state prisons or other penal institutions. Inmate records contain general information such as the inmate’s full name, date of birth, race, and sex. Inmate records may also include inmate-specific data such as the inmate’s booking number, the inmate’s current location, and the inmate’s status. Inmate records fall under the umbrella of public records and therefore can be accessed by the public, in compliance with Maryland's Public Information Act (PIA).

Maryland’s Prison System

Headquartered in Towson, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services is tasked with the oversight of 24 state prisons and pre-release centers. It’s divided into multiple divisions, including the Division of Correction and the Division of Parole and Probation. It also has oversight over two dozen correctional facilities as well as four detention centers. Each of these facilities operates with varying rules and regulations that the public must follow to contact, mail, or visit inmates.

What’s the Difference between Prisons and County Jails?

Maryland county jails are controlled by the county or municipality while prisons are correctional facilities operated by the state. State prisons and correctional facilities fall under the purview of the Maryland Department of Corrections.

Can Anyone Visit an Inmate?

Almost anyone can visit an inmate, as long as they’re included in the inmate’s official visiting list. However, visitors younger than 18 years will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Most of the facilities in Maryland require that inmates first fill out an application prior to their visit. Depending on the detention center, inmates may be allowed up to 15 visitors on a list. In addition, Inmates will be required to present a valid government-issued ID, such as a valid birth certificate, passport or military ID.

How to Find Information on Inmates Held in Maryland Prison

Members of the public can obtain information on inmates by contacting the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. The agency provides an online inmate locator tool that provides public data on inmates. With it, members of the public can learn the location of different inmates housed in correctional or detention facilities. Searches can also be done using a known first and last name.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Maryland Prison

To visit an inmate, members of the public must first contact the housing facility. Interested parties can also discover the rules and procedures for each correctional institution by visiting the facility's webpage.

Most of the correctional facilities in Maryland have unique visiting hours and special procedures associated with visits. However, there are several general guidelines that visitors are expected to follow. Most of the facilities operate with a specific visitor dress code. Visitors are not allowed to wear see-through clothing, mini skirts (or anything above the kneecap), tubes, tank tops or clothing that may expose the wearer’s midriff, back, or side. Clothing with excessive splits is also not permitted.

Visitors may also be subjected to several tests, including a metal detector test, an electronic drug detection test, and a canine test if available. The number of allowed visits, as well as the duration of visits, varies with each center, depending on the security level.

Locations of State Detention and Correctional Facilities in Maryland

Find below the names and addresses of state prisons and correctional inmate facilities managed by the Maryland Department of Correction.

Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center,
901 Greenmount Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 545-8080
Fax: (410) 545-8289

Baltimore Pretrial Complex,
531 East Madison Street,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 209-4130
Fax: (410) 209-4105

Metropolitan Transition Center,
954 Forrest Street,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 230-1452
Fax: (410) 385-1049, (410) 209-4105

Youth Detention Center,
926 Greenmount Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 2120,
Phone: (410) 230-1452
Fax: (410) 385-1049

Baltimore City Correctional Center,
901 Greenmount Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21202.
Phone: (410) 332-4340,
Fax: (410) 576-9470

Brockbridge Correctional Facility,
7930 Brock Bridge Road,
Jessup, MD 20794,
Phone: (410) 799-1363,
Fax: (410) 799-7404

Chesapeake Detention Facility (Formerly MCAC)
401 East Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Central Maryland Correctional Facility (Formerly CLF)
7301 Buttercup Road
Sykesville, MD 21784

Correctional Mental Health Center – Jessup
7555 Waterloo Road
Jessup, MD 20794

Dorsey Run Correctional Facility
2020 Toulson Road
Jessup, MD 20794
Phone: (410) 379-6020
Fax: (410) 379-6078

Eastern Correctional Institution
30420 Revells Neck Road
Westover, MD 21890
Phone: (410) 845-4000, (877) 802-6074
Fax: (410) 651-958

Eastern Correctional Institution – Annex
30420 Revells Neck Road
Westover, MD 21890
Phone: (410) 845-4000
Fax: (410) 651-3327

Eastern Pre-Release Unit
700 Flat Iron Square Road
Church Hill, MD 21623
Phone: (410) 810-5400
Fax: 410) 758-4329

Jessup Correctional Institution
Post Office Box 534
Jessup, MD 20794
Phone: (410) 799-6100, (877) 304-9755
Fax: (410) 799-1025

Maryland Correctional Institution - Hagerstown
18601 Roxbury Road,
Hagerstown, MD 21746,
Phone: (240) 420-1000, (877) 229-1351,
Fax: (301) 790-4939

Maryland Correctional Institution - Jessup
7803 House of Correction Rd
Jessup, MD 20794
Phone: (410) 799-7610, (877) 313-0632
Fax: (410) 799-7527

Maryland Correctional Institution – Women
7943 Brockbridge Road
Jessup, MD 20794
Phone: (410) 379-3800, (877) 280-1185
Fax: (410) 799-6146

Maryland Correctional Pre-Release System
7931 Brock Bridge Road
Jessup, MD 20794
Phone: (410) 799-1363, (877) 839-8655
Fax: (410) 799-5793

Maryland Correctional Training Center
18800 Roxbury Road,
Hagerstown, MD 21746
Phone: (240) 420-1601, (877) 692-8136
Fax: (301) 797-8574

Maryland Reception, Diagnostic and Classification Center
550 East Madison Street,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 878-3500
Fax: (410) 783-410

North Branch Correctional Institution
14100 McMullen Highway, S.W.
Cumberland, MD 21502,
Phone: (301) 729-7400,
Fax: (301) 729-1259

Patuxent Institution (Correctional Mental Health Center – Jessup)
7555 Waterloo Road,
Jessup, MD 20794,
Phone: (410) 799-3400
Fax: (410) 799-7457

Southern Maryland Pre-Release Unit
14320 Oaks Road
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
Phone: (301) 274-4701
Fax: (301) 274-0753

Threshold
1702 St. Paul St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 727-0100
Fax: (410) 727-0103

Western Correctional Institution
13800 McMullen Highway, S.W.
Cumberland, MD 21502
Phone: (301) 729-7000, (877) 286-3965
Fax: (301) 729-7024

How to Find Information on Inmates Held in Maryland County Jails

Residents of Maryland can locate inmates or obtain general information online. Most of the county jails in Maryland provide general inmate information using an online web service managed by the county’s sheriff’s office. Members of the public may also be able to obtain inmate information by contacting the oversight department. For instance, residents of Montgomery County can locate inmates by contacting the Inmates Records Section located at the Montgomery County Detention Center.

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