Augusta Jail can be found in Kennebec County, Maine. Augusta Jail serves Augusta and surrounding areas. The facility holds inmates of all security levels. Inmates can have non-violent to violent charges.
The jail is equipped with electronic detection, reinforced fencing alongside razor wire, and security cameras.
The jail staff at Augusta Jail is equipped to use physical force when needed and mace.
|Facility Name:||Augusta Jail|
|Facility Type:||City Jail|
|Address:||33 Union Street, Augusta, ME, 04330|
The Augusta Jail makes it easy for people to search for inmates currently incarcerated in their jail.
Augusta Jail has an online database that the general public can search. You can search by their booking date, or by all currently incarcerated inmates.
Inmates can receive letters from their family and friends. Inmates can also receive books, newspapers, and magazines in the mail too. However, the books, newspapers, and magazines must come directly from the publisher. Sites like Amazon will send them directly from the publisher. Please note that all books must be paperback, hardcover books will be not accepted.
The mailing address for the inmates is the following:
Inmate's first and last name
33 Union Street, Augusta, ME, 04330
You can fund an inmate’s account by dropping money off at the Augusta Jail. There is a limit of $100 that can be deposited at a time.
You will have to come to the following address to drop off the money order:
33 Union Street, Augusta, ME, 04330
Please keep in mind that it can take a few days for the Augusta Jail to process the money order and put it in the inmate's commissary account. Please plan ahead.
Augusta Jail has a phone contract with CityTeleCoin. CityTeleCoin is the company inmates will go through to make phone calls to their family and friends. In order to use this service, you will need to call CityTeleCoin at 1-800-682-0707 to create an account.
Once you have your account created, you will need to deposit funds into the phone account, so the inmates will be able to call phone. You can fund the phone account by using your Visa or Mastercard credit or debit card. You can also send a money order to the following address:
City Tele Coin
4501 Marlena Street
Bossier City, LA 71111
As of right now, the Augusta Jail does not offer any email type of services as some other jails do.
Inmates do not have access to the internet from behind bars, but some jails have programs that will allow inmates to send messages to their family and friends in real time. Augusta Jail currently does not offer this service to their inmates.
Commissary is where inmates can purchase items such as the following:
Arts & Crafts
Commissary store is typically available once a week. Inmates must have money, before they can put in their orders for the commissary. The commissary is then delivered on their selected day.
Visitation for inmates at the Augusta Jail is held on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Inmates are permitted two visits a week. The visitation days will depend on where they reside inside the Augusta Jail.
|Monday||9:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM to 6:00 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 to have two visits a week.
Inmates that are held at Augusta Jail have either been sentenced, and this is the jail they will be serving their sentence out in or they are currently awaiting their trial.
Inmates who have already been sentenced and will be serving out their time in Augusta Jail typically carry a sentence of less than a year. This is due to the lack of inmate housing that they have.
Inmates in Augusta Jail are given 3 meals a day. All three meals are equivalent to 2,500 calories a day.
Inmates can phone their family and friends back home. They also have an hour a day for recreational time. As well as be able to use the showers, bathrooms, and read books.
Inmates can also receive books, newspapers, and magazines, but they must be from the publisher.