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Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctionional Services

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Maryland Jessup

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P.O. Box 534
Jessup, MD, 20794
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(410) 799-1025
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  1. Doug Tue, Jan 04 2011 9:59 PM

    I'm lookin for a friend named john ritcey. I need to talk about sendin some books' It doug from thursday night meeting

  2. annomys Tue, Oct 25 2011 1:22 PM

    Brockbridge Correctional Facility thats where it says he is

  3. annomys Tue, Oct 25 2011 1:25 PM

    JOHN RITCHEY 363036 DOC # Brockbridge Correctional Facility Address: 7930 Brock Bridge Road, Jessup, MD 20794 Phone: 866-219-1161

  4. nikeithia coleman warner Mon, Apr 23 2012 5:21 PM

    Hey I'm trying to reach my husband, he was just @ Brock bridge but now i dont know where he is?

  5. Kia Fri, Aug 31 2012 10:48 PM

    My boyfriend is at Brockbridge but I don't have and address to write him. I don't even know what his identification # is to write him or can I just write his name? I got my number changed so he can't even reach me. His name is Aaron Alton-Lee Rogers

  6. Gloria Thu, Oct 11 2012 10:03 AM

    Jessup Correctional Institution has been on lock down since Oct.5th 2012, can anyone tell me why? Worried about a loved one that I was supposed to hear from Friday the 5th, and not even a letter still and tomorrow will be a week.

  7. Amy Wed, Oct 17 2012 11:27 PM

    MCIJ is in lock down since monday oct. 22,2012 does anyone know anything?

  8. DIANNA Sun, Oct 21 2012 9:14 AM

    Does anyone know if jci is on lockdown

  9. DIANNA Sun, Oct 21 2012 9:44 AM

    My boyfriend just went to jci Oct 17 his phone account still not working

  10. dianna Thu, Jan 10 2013 10:45 PM

    Jci jessup on lockdown I just called there around 8:30 tonight n was told n they don't know for how long

  11. Anthony Fri, Jan 18 2013 5:12 PM

    Remain faithful. If you need any assistance or information regarding someone within one of the state of Maryland facilities. Just email me at thegreatinjustice@yahoo.com.

  12. Anonym Thu, May 16 2013 2:13 PM

    I hope JCI burns down with all the inmates. we dont need that filth in this world.

  13. keda miles Fri, May 24 2013 4:03 AM

    What kinda be is that to say. Such a prick, we don't need that filth in the world, You

  14. Pies Wife Sat, Jun 01 2013 12:06 AM

    not all inmates at jci are bad some just made bad choices thats like someone saying maybe your an asshole and your house should burn down if u dont know the situation dont judge unless of course u werent taught any better wife on an inmate

  15. Mrs B Wed, Jun 05 2013 1:26 PM

    Anonym..... Wonder if you would be as smart saying that to my husband. Big mouth assholes like you have to hide behind a screen. From an Angry Inmate's Wife.

  16. wifey1 Fri, Jun 28 2013 11:54 PM

    Does anyone know if jci is on lockdown

  17. Mrs B Sun, Jul 07 2013 5:20 AM

    Wifey 1 theres no lockdown.

  18. wifey1 Tue, Jul 16 2013 1:01 PM

    Thanx Mrs B

  19. Mrs B Mon, Jul 29 2013 6:03 PM

    Our men are no longer allowed any kind of greetings cards in JCI JESSUP :( whatever next our letters & calls grrrrr

  20. Prison Yo! Sun, Aug 18 2013 10:00 PM

    Man I was zapping out in MCI-J,years ago when I was locked up their.Now JCI aka Annex well formely known until they changed the name.JCI is Maximum security and MCI-J is Medium security.All the prisons in hagerstown which their are three of them are Medium security,RCI in hagerstown is Medium 2 prison,meaning close to Max.ECI in Eastern shore is Medium also the Penitentiary in Baltimore City is now Medium security.Brockbrige,BCCC,Central Laundry,are minimum security.

  21. Prison Yo! Sun, Aug 18 2013 10:53 PM

    Yeah when the Cut was open ,oh man dudes was getting stab left and right and C.O.s was getting stab and beat.The Annex now known as JCI is as just terrible as the house of correction aka the cut,but JCI is the cut too but it sits outback of the house and when u got into fights in Annex aka JCI ,they moved u too the house and vice versa both are Maximum and house LIFERS!The only difference between the two is one they closed down was a couple hundred years old and falling apart.They had dorms too,they was very dangerous,u would rather be in the cells their because they was single cells.Could u imagine sleeping in a dorm with oover a hundred LIFERS ,YEAH IT WAS TOTAL CHOAS ,MUTHAFUCKAS BEATEN,STABBED,RAPED AND ROBBED ONLY THE STRONGEST SURVIVED.

  22. Mrs B Thu, Aug 22 2013 6:38 AM

    Well JCI is not all full of lifers now, they have parole violators, guys doing short sentences, still strung out from the drugs, there bringing in anything and everything, which is causing big problems for the guys who are trying to get there heads down and working towards coming home. There has been mega loads of trouble since they started this a few months back, they need to get them all out and leave the long term guys alone to finish there sentences in peace.

  23. Mrs B Sat, Aug 31 2013 12:03 PM

    Does anyone know if JCI is on lock down?

  24. johnson Wed, Sep 04 2013 11:11 AM

    As far as I have been calling down JCI and they have been on Lockdown since Friday Aug. 30th and still on lockdown. Does anyone know why they are on lockdown like this??

  25. jo Wed, Sep 04 2013 11:14 AM

    When they are on lockdown can they still send and recieve mail????

  26. Mrs B Thu, Sep 05 2013 4:04 AM

    They went on lock down on Thursday 29th,we don't know the reason yet.They may have brought forward the yearly big shake down that can last up to 14 days. Yes Jo they do still receive mail and mail should still go out but its alway delayed thats nothing unusal as mail is always delayed and held back. I did get mail two days ago but going by the stamp date it had been held back by 5 days. Hope everyone gets mail and a call soon. As soon as I hear anything I'll let you all know and hope you will do also.

  27. Talulah Mon, Sep 30 2013 4:57 PM

    In response to the coward made this post.. 14 anonym Thu, May 16 2013 2:13 PM I hope JCI burns down with all the inmates. we dont need that filth in this world. Yes I realize I am a few months behind but my husband and nephew were recently incarcerated at JCI so I am just noticing this comment. First let me say you are the ignorant filth that consumes our society. Second you are obviously uneducated and do NOT keep up on current events so let me enlighten you.. The Innocence Project, has called it the “Wikipedia of Innocence.” (The registry, which can be viewed at exonerationregistry.org,) currently counts 891 cases since 1989, the year of the first exoneration achieved using DNA. Not all who are incarcerated are guilty. The ones that are guilty are not all bad people they are simply human and have made bad choices. If you think our justice system works then you are just plain dumb! Let me give you an example and I will attach a link so you can read it for yourself, A charles county man admitted to raping molesting and abusing his daughter for more than 5 years his wife was also aware of the abuse and she allowed it to continue. He was sentenced to 22 years ALL SUSPENDED BUT 5 YEARS!!! And yet, a 19yr old boy is sentenced to 2 years for a minor marijuna posession charge.. there are innocent people being put to death by our "awesome" judicial system. Third and final.. when you become divine you are allowed to pass judgement but until that day just remember YOU ARE JUST AS HUMAN AS THE PRISIONER SITTING IN THE JAIL CELL AND I PRAY YOU NEVER MAKE A BAD CHOICE OR HASTY EMOTIONAL DECISION. What a sad little person you are!

  28. Mrs B Thu, Oct 03 2013 10:41 AM

    Talulah Thank you so very much for your post I agree 110% on every word you said. Some idiots do not have a clue to what happens in other peoples lives that makes then end up in prison, all I can say is not every inmate it guilty. Ignorant, rude, stupid people should learn to keep there mouths shut because at the blink of an eye there life could change and they'll be the one sharing a cell. I hope your husband and nephew are doing alright in JCI. Take Care...

  29. john Sun, Oct 20 2013 2:16 PM

    I heard certain parts of JCI are on lock down.....

  30. Mrs B Sat, Oct 26 2013 8:11 AM

    Yeah John one building was on lock down not sure if it still is though. The usual gang stuff.....

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