The Caroline County Jail is located in Denton, Maryland at 101 Gay Street 21629. The jail staff can be reached by calling (410) 479-2517.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Caroline County Jail call (443) 371-0731.
About Caroline County Jail
Caroline County Jail located in Denton, Maryland, is quite old with the original
building being constructed in 1906. It had a total inmate capacity at that time of 24.
An east wing was created in the year 1982 and the inmate capacity was increased to
142. In the year 1995 the Caroline County Corrections Department and the sheriff's
office were divided into two different entities.
This county jail is not at the current time designed for supervision directly and follows
traditional jails. Having said that, it has proved to be safer compared to most jails that
maintain inmate population. The motto of Caroline County Jail is P.R.I.D.E. where
P stands for professionalism, R for respect, I for integrity, D for dedication and E for
In order to have visitors, the inmates must list the visitor's full name with the jail
authorities in advance. The name would then be entered into a log of approved
visitors for the inmate. The visitors are required to produce a photo ID. All mails sent
to the inmates must be through the US Postal Service only. The inmates name and
number is to be clearly mentioned on the envelope. The mails get inspected and read
by the authorities and are returned if deemed undeliverable.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Caroline has a total population of 33,367. The population has increased by 3,595 (12%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 104.5 and covers 319 square miles.
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Residents of Caroline experienced 940 crimes in 2011. The #1 unlawful act was arson with 0 occurrences. The #2 infraction was theft with 255 occurrences. The #3 crime was vehicle theft with 15 violations. The #4 criminality was burglary with 183 occurrences. The #5 unlawful act was property crime with 453 violations. The #6 lawless act was assault with 10 violations. The #7 crime was robbery with 6 instances. The #8 violation was rape with 0 crimes. The #9 crime was murder with 1 circumstances. The #10 infraction was violent crime with 17 circumstances.