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The Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The jail is managed by the East Baton Rouge Parish County Sheriff’s Office. The jail has inmates who are either awaiting trial, sentencing, or a combo of both.
Inmates that are already sentenced are typically held for less than 24-months. Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center also accepts inmates from the surrounding towns that do not have their own jail. The inmates are booked and kept until they head to arraignment.
|Facility Name:||Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center|
|Facility Type:||County Jail|
|Address:||8333 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA, 70807|
|County:||East Baton Rouge Parish County|
Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center does have their inmate information roster public. You can find it at the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center official website. If you are not finding an inmate in the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center, you can always call the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center at 225-356-4471.
You will need to have the inmate’s number or their first and last name in order to for the officer to locate them.
Inmates can receive mail. You will need to address it as follows for them to receive your letters:
(INMATE’S FULL NAME – REQUIRED)
(Inmate’s Cell Location and SPN Number)
Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center
8333 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA, 70807
For safety and security purposes, follow these standards when sending mail to inmates through the U.S. Postal Service. Mail that does not meet these standards may be returned to the sender. These requirements do not apply to Legal Mail.
For the safety of our staff and other inmates, all mail will have to be sent through the United States Postal Service. Mail that does not meet the following requirements stated below will be mailed back to sender. However, Legal Mail is not included in this list.
Money can be sent/deposited into an inmate’s account in Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center in a few different ways.
You can deposit money using your credit, debit card, or cash right in the jail lobby or you can go down to the visitation center lobby.
You can put money in an inmate’s account in Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center by using TouchPay. Fees do apply with this service.
You can also call TouchPay on the phone at 866-232-1899. Fees do apply with this service.
You can send money orders to the jail Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center using either by snail mail also known as United States Postal Service or Western Union. Money orders cannot be larger than $75. The envelope must have “Inmate Accounting” written on it. Do not put your postcard in this envelope as it will be sent back to you along with the money order.
In every housing pod, there is a coinless pay telephone that inmates in Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center can use without a fee to reach their legal counsel. However, the other phones will cost inmates to be able to phone home to family and friends.
As of right now, Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center does not have the option to send emails to inmates. The only ways inmates can communicate with you is through letters and phone calls.
The commissary in Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center is available once a week. The commissary is stocked with entertainment, clothes, personal hygiene, food, and much more. In order to be able to shop at the commissary, inmates must have money in their accounts.
Any and all visitors wanting to visit an inmate at the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center is required to be on the approved visitation list. This goes for either online visits and visits at the jail.
Appointments need to be made for visits. You must schedule your visit appointment 24-hours prior. You can either schedule online, or by stopping by at the jail. You cannot call the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center to set up an appointment.
Visitation takes place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM. Inmates who are in maximum-security or being kept in mental health parts of the facility are not permitted to have visitors.
|Monday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
|Sunday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
The visiting starts in first in, first out type of fashion. No new visitors will be allowed in 45 minutes before the end of the visit day. 45 minutes before the end of the visit day officers start escorting those who were first in out of the visitor room.
Inmates are permitted 2 30-minute visitation appointments a week while in the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center.
Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center offers healthcare for their inmates. Their healthcare includes dental, medical, mental health, and the access to get nutritional supplements and pharmaceutical drugs.
When inmates come to the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center, the staff members conduct an intake screening, which lets them develop a treatment plan.
While in the Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center inmates will receive three free meals a day. If inmates would like snack items, they will be available at the commissary for a small fee.
Inmates are permitted one hour of recreation time every day. This is alongside with TV and games that can be found in every housing pod. If inmates want to play checkers or chess, they are available at the commissary.
The Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center offers their inmates a library as an on-site resource for legal research. They also have a lending library where inmates can check out magazines and various books to read at leisure.