All initial and replacement clothing packages must be purchased through our commissary vendor, Keefe Commissary. Packages will not be accepted at the Lobby or through the mail. The inmate, family or friends may order allowable clothing / hygiene items through Keefe Commissary in the following ways:
- Family or friends by calling toll free (1-800-546-6283).
- Money may be placed in the inmate account to make a commissary order for the items.
- Each inmate is responsible for managing their property to ensure they do not exceed the allowed limit.
Note: Keefe clothing commissary prices are comparable with discount department stores.
- Lettering, logos or graphics are not permitted on items of clothing, all other items will be subject to approval.
- Athletic/Casual shoes (1 pair; new $50.00 max. value no metal/plastic supports) slip-on or Velcro – no shoe laces)
- Bras/Sport Bras–women only–no underwire (max. 7 white or gray only)
- Gym Shorts (max.2 gray, no draw strings)
- Money orders and/or approved checks
- Pajamas (max. 2 gray or predominately gray print) No gowns or night shirts
- Personal photographs (max. size 8 ½ " x 11" black & white photographs
- Shower Shoes (1 pair – one piece construction)
- Socks (max. 7 pairs white only)
- Sweat pants - (max. 2 gray only, no draw strings)
- Sweat shirt (max. 2 gray only, no hoods)
- T-shirts (max. 7 white or gray only)
- Thermal Bottoms – (max. 2 white or gray only)
- Thermal Tops – (max. 2 white or gray only)
- Underwear–men only–boxers or briefs (max. 7 white or gray only)
- Underwear–women only– “no thongs” (max. 7white or gray only)
- Washcloths and Towels (max. 2 each white or beige only)
Note: Approved items for INS/ U.S. Marshal Detainees is the same as the list above for General Population.
Court clothing will be provided by the detention center.
In the event of an emergency such as a death, serious illness or injury to an immediate family member, relatives should contact the on-duty Shift Leader at (410) 313-5200.
Medical staff is on duty 24 hours a day. Services include, but are not limited to: sick call, dentistry, mental health, emergency treatment, and follow-up and/or ongoing treatment deemed necessary by medical staff.
People who are incarcerated may feel overwhelmed by the experience or they have concerns about other things going on in their lives. Sadly, a percentage of these people feel desperate enough to consider taking their own life.
If at any time a friend, relative, or loved one share thoughts or show signs of suicide such as hopelessness or change in their behavior, please notify an Officer or any staff member at our facilities. Even if the inmate mentions killing him/herself and then says they were not serious, they may have been, so please, notify a staff member immediately.
YOU COULD SAVE A LIFE AND WE WANT TO HELP
Signs and Symptoms:
Experience has shown certain signs and symptoms exhibited by the inmate can foretell a possible suicide. Approximately 70-80% of all suicides are committed by people who are severely depressed. The following symptoms are common signs of someone who may be depressed:
- Inability to go on (expressing hopelessness/helplessness)
- Extreme sadness and crying
- Withdrawal or silence
- Loss or increase of appetite and/or weight
- Pessimistic attitude
- Insomnia or awakening early
- Excessive sleeping
- Mood variations
- Loss of self-esteem
- Loss of interest in people or activities
- Excessive self-blaming
- Strong feelings of guilt
Contact us immediately at 410-313-5200 should you have concerns about an inmate’s well being. Thank you.