Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center Inmate Search, Mugshots and Prison Information

Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center

Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center offender search: Authority, Jail Roster, Status, Arrests, Race, Bookings, Mugshots, Code, Booking Date, Release Date, Grade, Code, Booking #, Alias, Who's in jail, Gender, Degree Level, Bond, Warrant Comment.

Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center is commonly referred to as Windham Prison. The facility is situated in the unincorporated part of Cumberland County, Maine.

The prison is located at 17 Mallison Falls Road, Windham, ME, 04062 across the way from Cumberland County.

The prison can hold about 662 prisoners. Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center is just one of a few large prisons in Maine.

Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center alone has death row cell blocks and is the home of Maine’s execution chamber.

Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center - General Information

Facility Name: Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center
Facility Type: State Prison
Address: 17 Mallison Falls Road, Windham, ME, 04062
Phone: 207-893-7140
Capacity: 662
City: Windham
Postal Code: 4062
State: Maine
County: Cumberland County
Official Website: http://www.maine.gov/corrections/adultfacilities/womens.shtml

It is easier than ever to do an inmate search for all inmates in the Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center. The Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center is operated by the Maine Department of Corrections. The Maine Department of Corrections has a database open to the public right on their official website to lookup prisoners in the Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center.

To successfully search the database system, you will need the inmates first and last name or the inmates DC number.

Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check

Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

Inmates can receive mail. Their mailing address is as follows:

Inmate Last Name, First Name, ID Number
Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center
17 Mallison Falls Road, Windham, ME, 04062

All mail will need to be delivered by United States Postal Service. If mail is sent by another courier, it will be refused.

Inmates shall not be permitted to receive routine mail in boxes, padded envelopes, plastic bags, multi-layer packaging, envelopes that include metal parts, any package containing bubble wrap or packing peanuts, or card stock type envelopes (i.e. U.S. Mail Priority or U.S. Mail Express cardboard type).

Prisoners are not permitted to receive regular mail in the following things:

  • Padded Envelopes
  • Boxes
  • Multi-layer Packaging
  • Plastic Bags
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Envelopes with metal parts
  • Card Stock Envelopes
  • Packing Peanuts

Sending Money

Sending money to inmates is easy now. Majority of the ways will be through JPay. If you do not know what Jpay is, it will be your Paypal, but for jail.

There are so many ways to fund money into an inmate’s account using JPay such as giving them a call at (800) 574-5729, download their app for your Android and Apple smartphone, and go online.

However, if you are not completely sold on JPay, you can also head on over to MoneyGram. You will want to head on over here for all MoneyGram locations and do not forget to use the receive code 5188. Funds will be available in the inmates account between 72 hours.

Phone calls

Each department of corrections contracts with a phone service. The Maine Department of Corrections contracts with Securus Technologies for their calling needs.

The Securus Technologies costs $0.04 per minute for local calls and $0.14 a minute for long distance calls.

All calls are monitored. Three-way calling is not permitted.

Email

Through JPay, you and the prisoner can send messages to one another for a fee. They will be able to send messages back to you when they log in to their JPay.

Commissary

Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center is just like any other prison. They have a commissary store for prisoners to purchase special items such as snack food, regular food, personal hygiene products, clothes, entertainment and much more.

The latest updated list of everything the commissary also known as the canteen has to offer can be found here.

Visiting Rules

Before one can visit an inmate in the Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center, they will need to fill out the visitors application that can be found here. The prison itself will NOT notify you of your denial or approval the inmate will. Keep in contact with them while you wait.

Once the visitor application is approved, you will be able to visit on days from schedule. You can arrive at the facility any time after visit day starts.

Visiting Hours

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

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.

How Often Can I Visit?

You can visit on days from schedule. If there is no lockdown and the inmate are in good standing, you will be available to visit on these two days out of the week.

Directions

Prison Life

The Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center, Maine houses adult inmates from all security levels, minimum to maximum. The prison consists of various internal housing units, many of them are cell houses, but a few are open bay.

The Maine Correctional Center:Women's Center offers a wide variety of programs and services for their inmates. This includes but not limited to the following:

  • Medical Services
  • Psychology Services
  • Adult Basic Education
  • GED Prep
  • Special Education Services
  • Continuing Education
  • Inmate Teaching Assistant Program
  • Religious TV Reception
  • Anger Management Programs
  • Volunteer Program
  • Awareness Program
  • Holy Day Observation
  • Spiritual Advisor Visits
  • Personal Growth Programs
  • Religious Education
  • Worship Services
  • Chapel Library Program
  • 100-hour Transition Program
  • Wellness Education
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Anger & Stress Management
  • Social Skills
  • Fresh Start Smoking Cessation

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