Calvert County Detention Center, MD Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Department is charged with the care, control, and custody of individuals who have committed a crime.
Calvert County Detention Center, located in Prince Frederick, Maryland houses inmates who are awaiting court, inmates who are waiting to be transferred to another prison, and inmates who are summoned by a judge to appear in court from another jail.
In this article, you will learn about how to communicate with an inmate at Calvert County Detention Center through phone or mail, how to send money to an inmate, and how to visit an inmate.
Calvert County Detention Center Prison Information
|Jail Name||Calvert County Detention Center|
|Jail Type||County Jail|
|Location||325 Stafford Road, Prince Frederick, MD, 20678|
|Contact Numbers||410-535-4300, 410-855-9640|
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If someone you know is serving time in Calvert County Detention Center, you can search for him or her in this Calvert County Detention Center look up. You can search the records, or you can simply do an inmate search of the inmate’s first and last name. You can also search by booking number or case number if you know that information.
When you click on an inmate’s name, you will see the following information:
Their full name
Their booking number
Their date of birth
Their eye color/hair color
Their arrest date
Their bond amount (if applicable)
Sending a Mail
If you want to send an inmate mail, proper addressing of incoming mail is very important. Mail should be addressed as follows:
Inmate’s name and book-in number:
John Doe #05123456
Tank #11 S 14
Senders should include their full name and return address.
Inmates are allowed to receive books, magazines, or newspapers sent from a bookstore (Barnes and Noble, Amazon.com, Borders, or directly from a publisher). There is a five book maximum that an inmate can possess at any time. No hardback books allowed.
Items prohibited from being received through the mail are:
Glue, paperclips, clasps, staples, magnets, stickers, tape, plastic, wood, cloth, glass, ribbon, liquids, metal, electronic devices, or any like material.
Writing materials such as stamps, blank paper, envelopes, pens, pencils, or stationary.
Unsigned greeting cards.
Greeting cards larger than 8”x10”.
Greeting cards that contain padding, musical device, metal clasps, plastic, string, ribbon, confetti, glitter, or laminated items.
Photographs larger than 8”x10”.
Photos depicting obscenity, violence, pornography, or of a sexually enticing nature.
Profanity (on the envelope).
Tobacco or tobacco products.
Writing/drawing in crayon, marker, or colored pencils.
Inmates in the Calvert County Detention Center can maintain an inmate trust fund account and can access the funds through a bar code on their armbands. All cash funds in possession of the inmate at the time of the booking process are deposited to their accounts.
If you wish to make a deposit to an inmate’s trust fund account, you will need the inmate’s name and booking number. Use one of the available options:
In person: Cash can be deposited at a kiosk machine at Calvert County Detention Center.
By internet: www.inmatedeposits.com as low as $2.95
By phone: 410-535-4300, 410-855-9640 for as low as $3.95
Calvert County Detention Center partners with Securus Technologies to provide inmate phone options. For options to set up an inmate phone account, click here.
Each visitor may visit only once per calendar week. The visitor must arrive at least thirty minutes before the end of visiting hours to insure ample time for processing.
All persons requesting visitation privileges must be in possession of a VALID State Driver License, State ID, or one of the following identifications:
Persons who have been in jail during the last six months will not be allowed to visit unless visitor is the inmate's legal spouse and prior authorization has been obtained by the jail supervisor.
All visitors at Calvert County Detention Center must be in proper attire at all times. No one will be allowed entrance wearing the following:
Short must be at knee length
Skirts must be at knee length
Visitors who are inappropriately dressed with gang-related clothing, hairstyles or graffiti will be denied visits.
|Sunday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
|Monday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.
Religious services, study groups, and clerical care are provided for inmates by volunteer religious service providers representative of religious faiths available in the local community.
Religious reading material for inmates is provided through donations from the local community.
Television and radio programs are provided throughout the Calvert County Detention Center for inmate viewing.
Personal hygiene kits are provided to inmates.
Self-help and social integration services are available to inmates through a variety of volunteer programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Project Matthew (parenting, childbirth, and life skills classes focused on incarcerated mothers).