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The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) is committed to protecting the health and well being of our staff, inmates, and detainees who live and work in our facilities. DPSCS, in conjunction with Maryland Department of Health (MDH) and the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), are closely monitoring developments associated with COVID-19. DPSCS is prepared to handle any potential cases of COVID-19 within the state-operated correctional institutions in Maryland.
In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic where travel restrictions and social distancing is helping keep us all safe, the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services has developed a solution to ensure our inmate population has the means for virtual visitations (video and audio) with their support network (family, friends, loved ones, etc.) using Skype.
DPSCS expects the inmate and their visitors to demonstrate proper conduct during the Virtual Visit. Conduct that is offensive or insulting shall not be tolerated. Unacceptable conduct during a visit shall be cause for termination of the visit. Unacceptable conduct by the inmate could result in future visits being suspended. DPSCS correctional staff will control the Skype session for the full duration of the Virtual Visit. The correctional staff will end the visit as outlined in DPSCS Policy, if visitation rules are violated. Visiting rules can be found on the Department’s public website at www.dpscs.Maryland.gov
Friday & Monday 7pm - 9pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am - 4pm
All visitors, to include children, must dress appropriately for visitation. All clothing must cover from the neck to the kneecaps.
The following types of clothing are not allowed to be worn:
Pursuant to Marylands Criminal Law Article, Sections 9-410 and 9-412 through 9-417, it is unlawful for a person to possess, deliver, or possess with intent to deliver contraband in a place of confinement. Such items include but are not limited to telecommunication devices, contraband to effect an escape, weapons of any type, alcoholic beverages, controlled dangerous substances, and tobacco.
It is unlawful for a person to deposit or conceal a telecommunication device in or about a place of confinement with the intent that it be obtained by a person detained or confined.
Violators are subject to arrest and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Upon conviction, violators are subject to imprisonment from periods of 3 to 10 years, fines of $1,000 to $5,000, or both.