Search Inmates in Prince Georges County, Maryland. Results May Include: Arrests, Bookings, Arrest Date, Mugshot, Current location, Current Housing Section, Current Housing Block, Current Housing Cell, Commitment Date, Release Date, Alias, Detainer Information, Bond Information, Case #, Amount, Status, Posted by, Post Date, Charge Information, Offense Date, Code, Description, Grade, Degree.

Prince George’s County, Maryland Sheriff Overview

Prince George’s County is a county found in the central part of Maryland. Its county seat is in Upper Marlboro. Due to its proximity to Washington, D.C. the county also hosts many U.S. governmental facilities, such as Joint Base Andrews, a U.S. military airbase, as well as the headquarters of the United States Census Bureau. Prince George’s County is named after Prince George of Denmark (1653–1708), the consort of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, and the brother of King Christian V of Denmark and Norway. Zip codes in Prince George’s County include 20703, 20705, 20707, 20706, 20708, 20710, 20712, 20716, 20715, 20718, 20720, 20722, 20721, 20725, 20735, 20737, 20740, 20742, 20744, 20743, 20746, 20745, 20748, 20747, 20762, 20769, 20771, 20770, 20773, 20772, 20774, 20607, 20782, 20608, 20781, 20784, 20783, 20613, 20787, 20785, and 20623.

The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office is headed by Melvin C. High. He can be reached through his email address ().

Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 5303 Chrysler Way
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Inmate Search in Prince George’s County Jail

The Prince George’s County Jail maintains an online list of incarcerated inmates currently in their Facility. You can search for an inmate using the following filters: First Name, Last Name, Unique Identifier, Value. The file of each inmate contains: Name, Sex, Race, Height, Race, Hair Length, Complexion, DOB, Weight, Hair Color, Eye Color, Inmate Information (Marital Status, FBI, Citizen, State ID, INS, COB), Incarceration Information (Current location, County, Current Housing Section, Current Housing Block, Current Housing Cell, Current Housing Bed, Commitment Date, Release Date), Detainer Information (Comp No, Comp Date, Issued By, Set By), Bond Information (Case #, Amount, Status, Posted By, Post Date), Charge Information (Case #, Offense Date, Code, Description, Grade, Degree).

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

One should be sure that they are part of the visiting list of an inmate before they can visit them. In certain circumstances such as when an inmate first enters prison or is transferred to a new prison, a visiting list might not exist yet. In this case, immediate family members who can be verified by the information contained in the inmate’s Pre-Sentence Report, may be allowed to visit. However, if there is little or no information available about a person, visiting may be denied. You should always call the prison ahead of time to ensure your visit will be permitted.

Wear clothing that is appropriate for a large gathering of men, women, and young children. Wearing inappropriate clothing (such as provocative or revealing clothes) may result in your being denied visitation.

Because many people are usually visiting, it is important visits are quiet, orderly, and dignified. The visiting room officer can require you to leave if either you or the inmate is not acting appropriately.

Visitation Time:
Days Visitation Details
Monday H1, H2, Intake Housing and Juveniles Only
Tuesday H3, H14, H15, Medical Unit, Intake Housing, and Juveniles
Wednesday H4A, H5, H6, H7, H16, H17, Intake Housing, Juveniles
Thursday H8, H9, H10, H11B, Medical Unit, Intake Housing, Juveniles
Friday H4B, H8, H9, H10, Intake Housing, Juveniles
Saturday H1, H2, H3, H4A, H5, H6, H14, H16, Medical Unit, Intake Housing and Juveniles only
Sunday H4B, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11B, H15, H17, Intake Housing and Juveniles only

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

All registered sex offenders are registered on either a national or state sex offender database. The people on these databases have been convicted of a sex or kidnapping crime. The definition of a sex offender is a person convicted of a crime involving sex, including rape, molestation, and production or distribution of child pornography.

You can access this information online for Prince George’s County by going to this link, but bear in mind that searches sometimes reveal primary last known addresses or, rather the block that they live on. You are also required to accept a disclosure to use the database.

Bail and Bail Bondsman

As a Defendant, you may post bail yourself, have someone over 18 years old post it on your behalf, or use a bondsman. The person posting bail for you assumes responsibility for your financial court responsibilities. If you fail to appear as required, a warrant will be issued for your immediate arrest and the bail will be forfeited. Maryland allows the following bail options. Cash bail, property bail, intangible assets, credit or debit cards, and professional bail bondsman. A bail bondsman will require a non refundable fee to post bail. In addition to the fee, the bondsman sometimes requires collateral or property to secure their trust and post your bail on your behalf. Collateral will be returned to the bondsman who posted it after disposition of the charges and all court appearances are met. The service fee and collateral received must be displayed on the bail bond form. A lawyer is not required to post bail but it is always smart to retain legal advice.

Prince Georges County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 1439
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The Prince George's County Office of the Sheriff is established by the constitution of the State of Maryland (Article IV, SS 44). The duties of the Sheriff are those prescribed by common law, the enactment of the General Assembly, and the rules of the Court of Appeals. The opinions expressed by visitors to this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of the Sheriff. The comments posted on this page are monitored and are subject to removal for obscenities, being off-topic and for personal attacks. Any content posted or submitted for posting is subject to public disclosure.
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A Statement from Sheriff Melvin C. High

In the aftermath of Las Vegas…and Sutherland Springs

Upper Marlboro…Watching the scene from Las Vegas transported me back to the hell of the war zone in Vietnam where I served as a Marine Sergeant. In war, I experienced the terror of coming under enemy fire from automatic weapons. The experiences are etched indelibly in my memory along with the ghastly deaths and trauma those weapons caused. The recent mass shooting carnage in both Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs freshen those memories.

But this is America and we are not at war with each other or with our government. The ideology promoting the need for Americans to acquire and use military-style assault weapons against fellow citizens based on differences of political, economic, or social beliefs – or, as in Sutherland Springs, domestic strife - is not in the democratic tradition. Our non-violent actions and processes for redress - peaceful demonstrations, civic activism, public debate, and ultimately the ballot box have served us well. With these as the only acceptable means for maintaining a peaceful and open society, we have been a paragon for other nations.

The Las Vegas massacre and now Sutherland gave us more killing fields of innocent people doing nothing more than enjoying life or worshiping together. The Las Vegas shooter took fifty-eight lives, injured hundreds more, and left a nation in mourning, again. In Sutherland Springs the shooter killed twenty-six people and injured dozens more. There is no plausible explanation but that we haven’t the courage or the political will to address the root cause of much of our violence – guns.

In law enforcement we see the damage wrought by guns, and while we have spoken out about sensible control and management, I am moved to speak by these latest tragedies. In over 40 years of policing, I’ve seen the long-lasting and life-altering effects that gun violence has on families, friends, and communities.

How do we recall these tragedies and in what order? Recalling the tragic outcomes of these mass shootings in the country, Las Vegas leads in deaths and injuries, followed by Orlando, FL, Blacksburg, VA, Newtown, CT, and now Sutherland Springs, TX.

The next four shootings, in Killeen, TX in 1991, San Ysidro, CA in 1984, UT Austin, TX in 1961, and Edmond, OK in 1986 occurred over the course of 38 years. San Bernardino, CA is tenth in loss of life. Ironically, neither the 13 killed and 24 injured in Columbine, CO – so incredible to us in 1999 - or the 12 killed and 70 injured in Aurora, CO in 2012, nor 5 killed and one injured in Tucson, AR, when Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was shot, even make it into the top 10 most deadly events. The common thread between them is the murder of innocent people killed or injured by a gun, with growing regularity.

Fellow citizens, it’s time we were a thorn in the side of elected officials. Automatic weapons, equipment that makes a weapon automatic, and magazines with dozens of bullet rounds are weapons of war. They must not get into the hands of criminals and the mentally unbalanced.

In my state of Maryland, we’ve moved forward but it’s important that sensible gun policy is a national effort because our borders are open. I’ve seen seasoned investigators anguished by recovered guns used in horrific crimes by people who’d never have been allowed gun ownership had a thorough background check been done at every point of acquisition.

Requiring reasonably thorough background checks would substantially reduce access to firearms by criminals and the identified dangerously mentally ill, effectively preventing them from a mass murder shooting spree. Checks cannot prevent every act of gun violence, but a more comprehensive system of point-of-sale, pre-purchase screening can substantially improve law enforcement’s ability to identify persons unqualified to safely possess firearms and lead to a reduction in gun violence.

We have a unique opportunity to close the weakness in our system. Sensible protocols for all firearms purchasers can lay the groundwork for a future of reduced gun access for unqualified buyers.

Before our fellow citizens begin to fade from memory, we should take a real step forward to save lives and prevent the pain and heartache left in the wake of senseless gun violence. That then will honor those lost, those left suffering, and their families whose lives are forever changed by each tragic killing.
It’s time to do something, for all the other times we as a country have done nothing.

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