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Charles County Detention Center, MD Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster

Charles County Detention Center
Facility Name
Charles County Detention Center
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
6905 Crain Highway, La Plata, MD, 20646
Phone
301-932-3100
Capacity
203
City
La Plata
Postal Code
20646
State
Maryland
Country
Charles County
Official Website
Website

Visitation Hours

  • 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
  • Holiday Closed

The Charles County Detention Center is located in La Plata, Maryland. The Charles County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the Charles County Detention Center.

The law agencies in and around the Charles County that work closely with this facility is the police departments, sheriff’s, and even the U.S. Marshals. A majority of the inmates in the Charles County Detention Center reside in Charles County. All inmates that are held in this facility have no more than a 2 years sentence.

While being economical, the mission of the Charles County Detention Center is to supply inmates with the resources needed.

The jail operates in a way that surpasses national and state standards. 

The Charles County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the Charles County Detention Center. Keeping and maintaining an up to date database of all current inmates is a big responsibility. That is what the Charles County Sheriff's Department does.

The Charles County Detention Center has its jail roster with their current arrests available to the general public by the Charles County Sheriff's Department. The database can be found on the Charles County Sheriff’s Department official website.

You can do an inmate search on the roster by the inmate's name. When doing a successful inmate search, you will see the inmates information below:

  • Mugshots
  • Weight
  • Height
  • Inmates Name
  • Address
  • Hair Color
  • Eye Color
  • DLM
  • Arrest Information
  • Charges

Charles County Detention Center inmates are allowed to get written letters from their family and friends in the mail. For safety reasons, all letters get inspected by the Charles County Detention Center employees. The letters will get passed out to the correct inmates after the employees check all the mail. 

When you send items to the jail along with your letters, there are a number of things you are not allowed to send. Here is a list of items you are not allowed to send below: 

•    Gang Related Items
•    Music Cards
•    Metal
•    Plastic
•    Confetti
•    Glitter
•    Ribbons
•    String
•    Polaroids
•    Lipstick/Lip Gloss/Chapstick
•    Perfume
•    Writing Paper
•    Envelopes
•    Pens
•    Pencils
•    Stamps
•    No photographs larger than 5×7”

Charles County Detention Center inmates can get books, newspaper, and magazines. The books, Newspaper, and magazines will need to be delivered directly from the bookstore or publisher to the jail. All books being sent to the Charles County Detention Center must be new and paperback. All used and hardcover books are not allowed, Books will be sent back to sender If a hardcover book is sent, it will be sent back to the sender if they are used or hardcovered

Charles County Detention Center inmates will need funds to purchase items from the commissary. If you would like to fund an inmate’s account, you can send a cashier’s check or a money order to directly to the Charles County Detention Center. You will need to make the money payable to the inmate. 

You can drop the money orders or cashier’s checks off at the jail or you can mail them to the jail at the address below: 

Charles County Detention Center
6905 Crain Highway, La Plata, MD, 20646

If you want to mail the money order or checks, you will need to make sure you have a return address on the envelope. And it will take several days for the money orders to be put into the inmate’s bank account. 

Charles County Detention Center inmates are not allowed to get phone calls from their family or friends. During phone time inmates are allowed to call their family and friends. Inmates are limited to15-minute calls. The call will be terminated when the 15 minutes is up.   

Calling features such as three-way calling and call forwarding are forbidden for the inmates to use. The call will be immediately disconnected if an inmate is caught using any of these features. Disciplinary action will be taken up against the inmate.

Charles County Detention Center inmates are only allowed to make collect calls. Only those who have a landline phone will be able to get collect calls. If you only have a cell phone you will not be able to take any collect calls. The individual receiving the collect call is the one responsible for any and all charges from this phone call. Charles County Detention Center is not responsible for any charges from the collect calls.

Charles County Detention Center inmates do not have a way to get onto the internet. To keep in touch with friends and family inmates are not able to use any electronic messaging systems. You will need to send a written letter if you would like to stay in touch an inmate at the Charles County Detention Center, to the address above.

Charles County Detention Center inmates are allowed to have visitors. All visitors under the age of 18 will are allowed to visit, however, they will need to be with by their legal guardian. Before you are allowed to visit you will need to show your driver’s license, state identification card, or their United States Passport. 

Make sure you keep all your personal belongings in your car. Personal belongings are not allowed in the visitation area.

Charles County Detention Center inmates are allowed one 15-minute visit each week. These visits are video visits. The software that is used is from Homewav. Times of visitations vary from on-site and off-site. 

Charles County Detention Center inmates are allowed one 15-minute visit for each calendar week. All visitation is a privilege and not a right.