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Supporting fulfillment of the Department’s mission, with respect to programs and offender re-entry, is a variety of services offered in partnership with other organizations, agencies and volunteers.
Hygiene items, clothing, and a variety of snack foods are available for purchase on a non-cash basis through the Commissary. Inmates order and receive items once per week, paying for them using funds in the account established for them at intake.
The Department of Detention Facilities applies a Case Management approach to delivering classification and program services to the inmate population.
The House Arrest Alternative Sentencing Program (HAASP) was established to provide a sentencing option for DWI offenders.
The Anne Arundel County Department of Detention Facilities (AACDDF) and the Department of Health have worked collaboratively to provide substance abuse services through the Road to Recovery Program for sentenced inmates.
Community Service is a form of restitution by which participants "pay" for their misconduct by providing uncompensated hours of service to the community.
The Success Through Education Program (STEP) offers sentenced inmates: General Education Development (GED), Preparation (Pre)-GED, Adult Basic Education, Adult Literacy and Advance Life Skills instruction.
Attorneys - Inmates awaiting trial are encouraged to exercise their right to counsel. The inmate may retain a private attorney or qualify for the services of the Office of Public Defender.
The mission of the Library is to support, broaden and strengthen the Department of Detention Facilities rehabilitation program.
The Inmate Locator enables users to look up the housing location, future court dates and bail information of inmates committed and currently housed at Anne Arundel County Detention Facilities.
The Department of Detention Facilities does not require that inmates provide a mailing list, nor is there any limit on the number of letters that may be sent.
Medical care (to include dental, vision, and mental health services) is provided for all inmates committed to JRDC who require treatment.
A partnership exists between the Anne Arundel County Department of Detention Facilities and the Mental Health Agency to supplement mental health services available to inmates through the AACDDF Medical Contract.
The Anne Arundel County Department of Detention Facilities is committed to providing inmates opportunities for successful community re-entry.
It is the policy of the AACDF to provide the greatest degree of religious opportunity and freedom consistent with the security needs of the institutions.
Telephones are provided in all dormitories for use between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 12:00 Midnight, Sunday through Thursday, and 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
The Anne Arundel County Department of Detention Facilities Weekender Program processes more weekender sentences than any other jurisdiction in the state of Maryland.
Work Release allows participants to maintain regular employment while serving sentences of confinement, thereby facilitating payment of family support, fines, court costs, taxes and restitution.
The Department of Detention Facilities Pretrial Services Unit’s function is two fold.
In July of 2000, the Mental Health Jail Project (MHJP) expanded to include the TAMAR (Trauma, Addictions, Mental Health and Recovery) Project.
Look up inmate visiting hours for the Jennifer Road Detention Center and the Ordnance Road Correctional Center