Visitor and Inmate Information


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BEFORE YOUR VISIT

  1. In advance of your visit please send us your Pre-Approval Visitor Application. Your application will be reviewed and we will notify you if you are cleared or denied visitation.
  2. Please review our Visitor’s Information Booklet to familiarize yourself with our procedures, dress code and allowable items list. Visiting hours may change so please check the website or call 508-830-6200.
  3. Annually we approve visitors; From June 15 - September 15. we will allow previously approved visitors (1) visit while your new application is being processed.

Visitor Information Booklet - English

Visitor Information Booklet - Spanish


Please review the Visitor Information Booklet for detailed information on visiting an inmate, sending mail, funding telephone calls and canteen, bail/release procedures and more.


PRE-APPROVAL VISITOR APPLICATION


All visitors are required to complete a Visitor Application prior to a visit
Pre-Approval Form - English
Pre-Approval Form - Spanish
Pre-Approval Form - Portuguese

AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)

Click here to see how PCCF deals with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)


Important information on sending mail to PCCF:

Change to Mail Procedure

All Personal Mail must be addressed in the following manner:


Effective June 1, 2024:

Personal Mail will no longer be accepted by the Plymouth County Sheriff's Office at the Plymouth County Correctional Facility

Once the mail is received at the Securus Digital Mail Center, it will be digitally scanned and printed, then delivered to the inmate / detainee.

Failure to properly address the envelope may result in your mail being returned or delayed.

Pictures, drawing, etc. will be accepted for scanning, printed and delivered in the same manner.

A return name and address must also be placed on the envelope, failure to properly address the envelope will result in the mail being returned to sender.

Anything that cannot be scanned will be returned to the sender. This includes but is not limited to paper that exceeds 8.5x11 inches and all non-paper items.

All packages and certified mail will be returned to the sender.

Any person sending personal mail that wishes to have it returned to them, must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope included with the original mail.

All physical mail will be destroyed 60 days after it is uploaded.

The facility will continue to accept:

A. All Legal / Privileged Mail
B. Publications
- Directly sent in from a publisher, distributor, or authorized retailer (as described in the Inmate Handbook and facility procedure)
C. Money Orders - These must be addressed directly to the facility, as follows:



Inmate Accounts are also available for deposit in the facility lobby using the kiosk and on-line as they currently are.

***No other mail procedures changes will take place at this time.***


Important information on Commissary

HOW TO DEPOSIT MONEY INTO AN INMATE ACCOUNT


1. Electronic Online - deposit through ACCESS CORRECTIONS (website: ACCESS CORRECTIONS)
2. Deposit by Phone - (866)345-1884
3. U.S. Mail - Plymouth County Correctional Facility, 26 Long Pond Road, Plymouth Massachusetts 02360

Certified checks and money orders must be:
A. Made payable to the inmate (name) and the Plymouth County Correctional Facility (PCCF)
B. Dated no more than one hundred and eighty (180) days before the next business day
C. Properly endorsed, and contain the name and address of the person from whom it was sent

**** Checks and money orders not properly completed will be returned to sender***
Cash is accepted but not recommended.

4. Kiosk at PCCF - 26 Long Pond Road, Plymouth, MA between 7 am and 10 pm (7 days a week).

Deposits can be made in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.

There is a service fee on all deposits made online, by phone, or at the kiosk.