See inmate visiting hours and rules for visitation for the Talbot County Corrections Facility.

For Visitors

  • Reaching the Facility

    Within the Easton Area – The Detention Center is located at 115 West Dover Street in Easton, across from the District Court building.  When approaching Easton from eastbound Rt. 50, turn onto Rt. 322(Easton Parkway).  Turn left at the 4th stop light (Bay Street).  Proceed approximately ½ mile and make a right onto West Street (second street on right); proceed on West St., cross its intersection with Federal Street and make a right hand turn onto West Dover Street.  The Detention Center is the second building on the right. 

    From Baltimore/Annapolis – From Rt. 50 eastbound across the Bay Bridge proceed into Easton (approximately 25 miles from the Bay Bridge).  Make a right- hand turn at the intersection of Rt. 50 and Dover Road.  Proceed through three (3) traffic lights to the stop sign intersection.  Cross over the intersection; the Detention Center is the second building on the right.

    From Cambridge – From Rt. 50 westbound turn onto Rt. 322 (Easton Parkway).  Proceed on Easton Parkway through two (2) traffic lights.  Approximately ¼ mile after the 2nd traffic light, make a right onto Glenwood Avenue.  Turn at the first left onto Hammond Street, then right onto West Dover Street.  The Detention Center is the first brick building on the left.

    From Preston – Follow Route 331 West to Rt. 50.  Cross over Rt. 50 (Dover Road) and proceed through three (3) traffic lights to the stop sign intersection.  Cross over the intersection; the Detention Center is the second building on the right.

  • Attire

    Visitors shall be required to wear footwear and dress in a fashion that is not revealing or overtly provocative. Provocative clothing includes but is not limited to see-through apparel, shirts and blouses with plunging necklines, and pants/shorts with high cut splits.

    Use of the visiting area is monitored.

  • Rules

    Visitors should adhere to the following guidelines:

    • All adult visitors should bring a form of government-issued photo identification to the visit. Attorneys and other professionals are required to also provide their Legal Bar Card, or similar identification.
    • All visitors entering the secure portion of the facility, or who will be having a “contact visit” are subject to search. Refusal to be searched shall result in the visit being cancelled.
    • Incarcerated individuals are allowed 1 visit per week with friends and family on a non-contact basis.
    • Visits are 30 minutes, if visitors are traveling 55 miles they will be granted 1 hour of visitation time.
    • Up to 2 adults and 3 children are permitted in the visit. Note, children must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
    • Visitors are required to adhere to acceptable dress code. Shirts and shoes are required, no bathing suits or halter tops are permitted.
    • Visitors will no be authorized to visit if they appear to be under the influence of alcohol or another intoxicant.
    • Visitors observed acting in an unacceptable manner shall have their visit terminated, and shall be directed to leave. Refusal to leave when directed may result in the visitor arrest.

Visitation Schedule

Attorneys and Other Professionals may visit 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Saturday by appointment only.








No Visitation

4:30 – 7:45

A-House, Booking, C-House

4:30 – 7:45


9:00 – 11:00

Administrative Segregation 

12:30 – 3:00


10:00 – 12:00

G-House, Protective Custody 

No visitation, Professional Visitation Hours by appointment only. 




4:30 – 7:45 


4:30 – 7:45


4:30 – 7:45 



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