Persons may be held in the Allegany County Detention Center for a variety of reasons and under a variety of circumstances. Persons may be held on a “bond”. This is an amount of money that must be posted to assure the person will return for trial. They may be held without a bond. They may be here serving a sentence imposed by a court of law. They may be held here awaiting a transfer to another legal jurisdiction.
Persons held within the facility can not receive phone calls. There is a collect calling phone system available to all incarcerates that requires you to accept the charges and establish an account with the phone vendor. Please be aware that all phone calls are subject to monitoring and recording. Paytel (inmate telephone service). Friends & Family with questions regarding Commissary/Phone Funding should be directed to Jail Deposit Support, toll-free phone number is 1-800-778-9509
Facility Visitation Schedule
If you wish to visit an inmate, you must have a government issued photo ID. If you are under the age of 18 you must be accompanied by an adult who is your parent or legal guardian.
|Monday||0900 - 1100||A-Unit||1300 - 1500 SW Females|
|Tuesday||0900 - 1100||G-Unit||1300 - 1500 F-Unit|
|Wednesday||0900 - 1100||G-Unit||1230 SW - Males and Medical Inmates|
|Thursday||0900 - 1100||C-Unit||1230 - 1500 E-Unit P/C|
|Friday||0900 - 1100||D-Unit||1230-1500 E-Unit A/S|
|Saturday||1230 - 1430||Special Visits - Males|
|Sunday||0900 - 1000||Special Visits- Females|
|0900 - 1000||B-Unit|
|1730 - 1915||Working County Crew|
The Detention Center will accept money orders, they must be mailed to the inmate. Deposits can be made to an inmate account for phone use by contacting the vendor listed below in the LINKS section. Funds can be deposited into an inmate account by using the deposit kiosk in the visitation room. The room is open to the public from 8am to 11pm.
Persons held within the facility may receive mail if they elect to do so, they can also send mail. If you write a letter to someone held in the facility, you must print clearly their name and inmate number. You must also supply a return address. You can not have drawings, stickers, or pictures on your envelope. Please be aware that all mail entering and leaving the facility is subject to search. Incoming mail to the inmate will be refused for the following reasons: (this list is not all inclusive):
- Perfume, After shave, Cologne
- Lipstick, Lip Gloss
- Glitter ink
- Any and all foreign substances
- Must include a return address
- Inmate to inmate mail
- Polaroid photos
- Suggestive type material
- Gang related material
Mailing address Example:
John Doe BI#12345
Allegany County Detention Center
14300 McMullen Hwy, Cumberland, MD 21502
- Maryland Judiciary Case Search - (Look up court records in Maryland)
- Maryland Public Defenders Office
- Maryland Courts
- Maryland Commission on Correctional Standards - The Maryland Commission on Correctional Standards was established by the General Assembly to advise the Secretary regarding standards for state, local and privately-operated correctional facilities. The Commission staff audits correctional facilities and private home detention monitoring agencies to determine levels of compliance, develop audit reports and provide technical assistance to correct areas of noncompliance. Trained volunteers are used extensively to accomplish the inspection process. Final audit reports of correctional facilities are reviewed by Commission Members, who are appointed by the Governor for a term of three years. The Commission's work is forwarded to the Secretary of the Department for final review and comment.
- National Victim Notification Network (VINE)