Brockbridge Correctional Facility

Brockbridge Correctional Facility is a minimum-security state prison for adult male inmates, located in Jessup, Maryland. It can house up to 640 offenders, and is operated by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

Visiting Hours at Brockbridge Correctional Facility are on Wednesday and Friday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and on Saturdays, Sundays, and Major Holidays (New Year's Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day) from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Inmates are allowed two visits per week. The visiting week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. Inmates are permitted one visit during the week and one visit on the weekend; or the inmate may have two visits during the week and no visits on the weekend. 

Duration of each visit is one hour, space permitting. No visits are allowed on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday.

Inmates assigned to both floors are allowed visits on the major holidays listed above.

General Visiting Rules

Use of restroom facilities is prohibited during visitation. If either the inmate or a visitor requires the use of the restroom, the visit will be terminated at that time. Please keep this in mind when visiting with small children.

A visitor (16 years of age and older) must present photograph identification.

Children (18 years of age and younger) visiting the inmate must be immediate family to either the inmate or visitor and must be accompanied by a person 18 years of age or older who is on the inmate's visiting list.

Visitors must be registered 30-minutes prior to the expiration of visiting hours. 

No more than five visitors, including infants and children, will be permitted on one visit.

Pursuant to Maryland's Criminal Law, 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 three to ten years, fines of $1,000 to $5,000, or both.

Dress Code

All visitors, including 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 in the visiting room:

  • tube tops, tank tops, or halter tops
  • see-through clothing
  • mini-skirts, mini-dresses, shorts, skorts, or culottes (at or above the kneecap)
  • form-fitting clothes such as leotards, spandex, and leggings
  • clothes that expose a person's midriff, side, or back
  • tops or dresses that have revealing necklines and/or excessive splits
  • coats, jackets, shawls, and scarves will be placed in an appropriate area.

Physical Address

Brockbridge Correctional Facility
7930 Brock Bridge Road
Jessup, Maryland 20794

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General Phone Number

​(410) 799-1363

Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Inmate Name and DOC Number
Brockbridge Correctional Facility
7930 Brock Bridge Road
Jessup, Maryland 20794

How to Call an Inmate

You can’t call an inmate at the Brockbridge Correctional Facility, but they do have access to a phone during assigned times and are allowed to make monitored outgoing calls. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Maryland, please click here.

How to Send Money

Brockbridge Correctional Facility uses a Lockbox system for friends and family members to send inmates money. The Lockbox is a service provided by a bank where money orders received at the designated P.O. Box are picked up and delivered to the bank responsible for processing and depositing the incoming Money Orders sent to inmates.

The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services–Division of Correction only accepts Money Orders. NOTE: Cashier Checks, Personal Checks, Official Checks, Bill Pay Checks, Bank Checks, Non-Electronic Transfers, and Non-US Currency Checks/Money Orders will not be accepted.

You must include the following info on the money order:

  • The Inmate’s Name, Institution, and Inmate SID # (State Identification Number).
  • Sender’s Name and Address

Please use Black or Blue Ink pen only on the money orders and neatly PRINT the required information.

Money Orders should be made payable to the Inmate (Full Committed Name; no AKA’s, etc) and sent to:

Inmate Name, DOC Number
Brockbridge Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 17111
Baltimore, MD 21297-0382

​Programs For ​Inmates

Inmates at Brockbridge Correctional Facility can earn a GED, and take classes in reading, writing, and math.  This facility is also part of Maryland's Pre-Release system, and offers classes for interview skills, resume writing, and computer courses.

Most of the offenders will return to communities in Maryland. The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) provides education, health, and training programs to help ensure offenders can become positively contributing members to the communities they return to.

The flagship restorative justice program, Public Safety Works, provides employment skills as well as an opportunity for offenders to give back to the community they have harmedㄧa powerful and significant tool of rehabilitation.

DPSCS partners with other government agencies, community groups, and nonprofits to help them accomplish jobs that might otherwise not get done due to limited resources and funding. Projects range from community revitalization efforts to projects that are improving the sustainability of Maryland’s natural resources.

PSW is also a bridge to meaningful employment for this population, helping develop basic everyday skills needed to be an effective employees such as learning to respect a supervisor and working as a team. Praise for PSW has come from citizens, elected officials, partner agencies, and the offenders who get a chance to do something positive for society prior to their return.

DPSCS also works with animals in its restorative justice efforts, bringing dogs training service dogs for veterans and non-veterans alike, as well as training rowdy animals in preparation for adoption. The Second Chances Horse Farm is one of just nine such farms in the country where inmates learn to care for retired thoroughbred horses.

When it comes to rehabilitation, other DPSCS priorities include drug treatmentㄧthey launched the first ever correctional methadone maintenance program in the countryㄧand education. The collaboration with Goucher College allows inmates to earn fully transferable college credits at the Maryland-based liberal arts school.

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Careers at Brockbridge Correctional Facility

If you are interested in a career with the Maryland Department of Corrections at the Brockbridge Correctional Facility, you can find job listings by clicking here. If you are interested in a career as a correctional officer with the DOC, click here.