The City of Berwick Jail is also known as Berwick Jail. The facility is managed by the Berwick Police Department. The people who are arrested typically are here for short periods of time before they are transferred out to the York County Jail.
|Facility Name:||Berwick Jail|
|Facility Type:||City Jail|
|Address:||20 Wilson Street PO Box 644, Berwick, ME, 03901|
Looking for someone in the Berwick Jail is easier than ever now. You do not have to phone anyone. You do not have to play phone tag. You do not have to wait on hold. Not to mention, you no longer must worry about them hanging up on you!
You can find the Berwick Jail database on the official Berwick Police Department website. You can do a quick inmate search there. You can search for inmates by their first and last name, date of birth, or their arrest number.
When you do the search, you will need to click on the inmate’s name to find out where they are located. You will also be able to see what they are being charged with, if they have a bond, and other important information.
Keep in mind that if they are being charged with Class B Misdemeanor or above, they will be transferred to the York County Jail after 24 hours of being in the Berwick Jail.
Inmates that were transferred out of the Berwick Jail will not appear in the database.
Inmates can receive letters from their family and friends. To mail a letter to an inmate, you will need to use this mailing address:
Inmate Name, Inmate Number
20 Wilson Street PO Box 644, Berwick, ME, 03901
To send money to inmates, you will need to take a money order down to the Berwick Jail front desk. On that money order, you will need to have the inmates first and last name along with their inmate ID number.
Inmates cannot receive incoming calls, but they can make outgoing calls. All outgoing calls from the Berwick Jail is a collect call. There will be fees for the receiver of the collect calls. Inmates will only be able to connect with home landline phones.
If you do not have a home landline, you will need to head on over to GTL.net to set up an account to receive calls. This method also incurs fees too.
Inmates do not have access to the internet while they are in the Berwick Jail. They will not have access to email. Unlike other jails, the Berwick Jail does not provide their inmates with any sort of email services.
The commissary is where inmates can purchase food, beverages, clothes, entertainment, and so much more. It is the prison store. Inmates can shop in the prison store as long as they have money in their commissary account.
Visits are allowed 24/7. The only times when visits are not permitted is when the inmates have court and during their meal times.
When visiting an inmate, you will need to know his or her arrest number and their date of birth. This information can easily be located on the database.
You will need to bring a photo identification card with you to be permitted into the visitation area. If you are bringing someone under the age of 17, a jail supervisor will have to review the request before they are permitted to visit.
If you or the inmate were previously in a domestic violence incident or an altercation, the visit will be denied.
|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.
You can visit as often as you would like. If the inmate is available and you are in good standing with the Berwick Jail, you will be permitted to see the inmate.
When inmates are brought to the Berwick Jail, they are typically being charged with minor misdemeanor charges such as being high or drunk, and sometimes even with injuries from assaults or fights that usually leads to their arrest. Some people coming in are mentally ill with no place to go.
The Berwick Jail has pods, which is a large common area that inmates can use. The common area has tables and chairs for the inmates to sit at. Most of the cells in the jail are individual cells. Majority of the time, inmates will be locked in their cells, but inmates do have times where they can sit in the common area and play board games, eat, and watch television with their fellow inmates.
Inmates are not permitted to leave the common area unless they have permission to go to the library, recreation room, or the commissary.