Central Home Detention Unit Inmate Search and Prison Information

Central Home Detention Unit

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Baltimore, Maryland is home to the Central Home Detention Unit.

Inmates that are housed in the Central Home Detention Unit have been either convicted with felony charges or misdemeanor charges.

Various select inmates in the Central Home Detention Unit will have the chance to have a work assignment. A work assignment can be anything from doing custodial work to food preparation work. These work assignments save the taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars annually by having an inmate do the job instead of a civilian.

In the Central Home Detention Unit, inmates who are housed in the east wing will be kept in cells. Inmates who are housed in the West wing will have an open dormitory-style housing situation.

Inmates in the Central Home Detention Unit will also have the chance to enroll in academic courses where they can earn their GED and receive other adults' basic education.

Even the Community College was nice enough to offer various vocational courses including a few construction trades, plumbing, and HVAC for an inmate to learn a skill while they are in the Central Home Detention Unit.

Baltimore - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Central Home Detention Unit

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    2100 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21218

  • Phone

    443-263-3800

  • City

    Baltimore

  • Postal Code

    21218

  • State

    Maryland

  • Country

    Baltimore County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    Central Home Detention Unit

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    2100 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21218

  • Phone

    443-263-3800

  • Country

    Baltimore County

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Finding information on inmates in the Central Home Detention Unit is easier than ever. You can find the updated inmate roster available on the Maryland Department of Public Safety website.

The inmate roster is updated regularly, but it can sometimes not give out the most up to date information. If you feel this information is not current, you should contact the Central Home Detention Unit.

But, nonetheless, you can use the following pieces of information to search the roster with:

  • Offender Status

  • Inmate Name

  • Offender Number

  • Gender

  • Race

  • Ethnic Group

  • Age Range

  • Birth Date

Send a Mail/Package

If you are looking to brighten an inmate's day at the Central Home Detention Unit you can do so by sending them a letter.

If you really want to brighten their day, you can also send them books, magazines, and newspapers as well. However, these items will be required to be sent to the Central Home Detention Unit from the publisher. All incoming books are to be new and paperback. No used or hardback books will be accepted.

When sending anything to the Central Home Detention Unit, you will always need to have your return address on the envelope or package.

You can make out all mail to the following address:

Inmate Name, ID Number

Central Home Detention Unit

2100 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21218

Sending Money

Just like nearly almost every other jail institution in the United States, the Central Home Detention Unit uses JPay. JPay is a service that makes it easier for you to deposit money into the inmate's account.

Inmates will need money in their account to buy supplies to write home, to use the phone, personal hygiene products, among other things.

You can use JPay by logging into your account online to deposit funds. If you do not have access to the internet, you can always call them over the phone to deposit funds as well as going to their kiosk in person.

Phone Calls

Central Home Detention Unit contracts with Securtel for their phone needs. For an inmate to call home using Securtel, you will need to set up an account. When setting up an account, you can choose your payment method.

You will be responsible for ensuring there is money on the inmate's phone account, so they can make these calls home to you.

Visitation Rules

The Central Home Detention Unit does not allow walk-in visitations like other facilities. If you would like to visit an inmate who is currently in the custody of the Central Home Detention Unit, you will need to make an appointment.

You can make an appointment by contacting the Odom Correctional Institution at 443-263-3800

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Sunday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Directions

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