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Incarcerated Individual Services, Welcome!

Maintaining and improving relationships between incarcerated individuals and their families, friends, and loved ones is one of the Maryland's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) key initiatives. Strengthening this bond offers a support net that can help incarcerated individuals not only achieve success after they leave DPSCS, but also heal their families and social support systems.

Incarcerated Individual Visitation Services

INCARCERATED INDIVIDUAL VISITATION SERVICES

Maryland's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) views visitation as a privilege that is an important part of incarcerated individual development and case management.

Incarcerated Individual Communication - Phone Services

INCARCERATED INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION - PHONE SERVICES

The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) supports and embraces family, friends, and loved ones of those who have been incarcerated to maintain contact.

Incarcerated Individual Communication - Mail Services

INCARCERATED INDIVIDUAL COMMUNICATION - MAIL SERVICES

Maryland's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) permits and encourages incarcerated individuals to receive mail, reading materials, and publications consistent with the United States Constitution, Maryland State and Federal laws and regulations.

Incarcerated Individual Banking Services

INCARCERATED INDIVIDUAL BANKING SERVICES

Maryland's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) uses Access Corrections® for the management and processing of all money orders sent to incarcerated individuals in all Maryland correctional institutions

Incarcerated Individual Care Package Services

INCARCERATED INDIVIDUAL CARE PACKAGE SERVICES

Access Securepak® is the most comprehensive custom package program in the correctional industry. Access Securepak® is a program designed to allow family members, friends, and loved ones to send care packages to incarcerated individuals.

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The Department is committed to protecting the health of incarcerated individuals and staff.

The Department's leadership team continues to monitor the data regarding the spread of COVID-19 across its system and within Maryland communities. The need to modify operations and incarcerated individual movement may vary and change at any given time based on the need and/or severity of the health situation as indicated by the COVID-19 data and/or recommendations of the Maryland Department of Health.

Effective immediately, Maryland DPSCS will begin to transition back to in-person incarcerated individual visitation, with newly instated COVID-19 protocols and policies.

  • To review the new policies and procedures regarding in-person visitation, please click here.
  • To schedule an in-person visitation, please click here.

Maryland House Bill 222 - Effective June 1, 2021.

Maryland House Bill 222 requires the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) to provide each individual who is released from a correctional facility with a voter registration application and documentation informing the individual that their voting rights have been restored.