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Two Bridges Regional Jail



Welcome to Two Bridges Regional Jail, serving the Sagadahoc and Lincoln county communities.



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Report sexual misconduct in violation of federal or state law or Two Bridges Regional Jail policy.


Video Visitation for inmates and their families.



Two Bridges Jail now offers video visitation. This service has revolutionized the way jails and prisons conduct inmate visitation.



Two Bridges Regional Jail can be found at 522 Bath Road, Wiscasset, Maine. For those who are not using a GPS the entrance to the jail site is located on US Rt. 1 in Wiscasset. Traveling South, the jail site is on the left, 2.4 miles south of the Wiscasset Town Office/Police Dept; traveling North, it is on the right, .8 mile north of Shaw's Supermarket in Wiscasset. You will not see the jail from the road, as it is a long driveway, but there is a granite sign at the entrance.


If you are a victim of a sentenced inmate and want to be notified of his/her release, click on the button below, complete the form and submit to Lt. James Bailey at


You can add money to an inmate's phone or commissary account by using Offender Connect. Click the button below.

a. a. Yes, you can mail letters, post cards and money orders (no personal checks or cash will be accepted) to inmates by sending them to :

Two Bridges Regional Jail
Inmate's Full Name
522 Bath Road
Wiscasset, ME 04578

  • Do not forget to include your full name and return address.
  • Do not send anything with glitter on it.
  • Do not put any kind of sticker, including return address labels, on the envelope.
  • Cards of any kind are not accepted and will be returned to sender.

The bail is set by a court order. Most bails are a cash sum and only cash will be accepted. If bail is a surety, that will also be accepted. However, you are required to post a surety bond accompanied with a deed. Bail can be posted at TBRJ in the reception area 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A correctional officer will assist you by verifying required paperwork and the proper amount of bail. Please be patient with the process, particularly during periods of conflicting jail activities.

A $60.00 charge will be added for the bail commissioner?s fee and the commissioner will be called once you have counted out the cash for the booking officer at the window.

During the booking process clothing and personal items are confiscated and placed in inmate storage. Inmates wishing to release personal property are required to fill out a release form in advance of your arrival. Personal property is released every Friday. Please have a picture ID whenever picking up or dropping off property.

Medication for inmates can be brought to the jail as long as they are in the original prescription container. Medications will be dispensed according to the directions by the physician on the script. Medications are dispensed to the inmate during a regular scheduled medication pass. All medical issues will be reviewed by staff. Some medical issues will be forwarded to the staff physician. Any medical or dental needs outside of the facility including transportation will be arranged by the medical/correction staff.

Corrections staff do not deliver messages to an inmate unless it is an emergency. If you feel your message could be an emergency, you can contact our staff and give as much detailed information as possible concerning the situation. Correctional staff members are required to confirm the validity of these types of messages. Be prepared to pass on information such as name(s), funeral home, hospital, contact information, and location.

As of March 27, 2014 all visitations are done by video. Two Bridges Regional Jail allows online visitation scheduling and video visitation both over the internet and on-site. Before scheduling a visit, you must register.

To register, go to the Visitation Website: Click "Register Today" and fill in the required information including a valid email address (if needed, create one at, or any other free email provider.) Check your email inbox for an email to finalize your registration. If you do not receive an email, check your spam/junk folder. If you still don't see an email, call (855) 208-7349. Next, log in using the temporary password provided in the email. You will be prompted to change your password.

Visits must be scheduled at least 1 day in advance and may be scheduled as far as 1 week in advance.

First, log in and click "Visitation" in the main menu. Add any additional visitors that will attend the visit (only other approved visitors may be added to the visit; each must have its own visitor ID number), and select the inmate. Before scheduling an internet visit, be sure to run the INTERNET VISIT TESTER. Next, enter your preferred date, time and location and click "Search." All visits are displayed in EASTERN STANDARD TIME. Lastly, enter your billing information. All major credit cards, check cards and Visa Gift Cards are accepted.

It costs $10.00 for 25 minutes to visit online from home. There are two video visitation terminals available in the jail lobby at no charge.

You will be allowed a total of six 25-minute visitations per week.

Log in 15 minutes before your visit is scheduled to begin. Your visit will be highlighted in red under "next internet visit." Click the play button on the right of the red bar. Follow the instructions on the proceeding pages.

After completing the tester, click "Start Visit." On the next page, click "Allow." Your visit will begin at the scheduled time.

To cancel a visit, click "Cancel Visit" on the Summary page; or click the "X" next to the visit on the Homepage.


48+ hours in advance: 100% Refund
24-48 hours in advance:50% Refund
Under 24 hours in advance: NO Refund

Refunds will NOT be issued if a visit is stopped due to inappropriate behavior, inappropriate dress, or other policy violations.

FULL Refunds will be issued for visits cancelled by the facility (except if due to policy violations).

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 11:25 am
12:30 pm - 3:55 pm
6:30 pm - 9:55 pm


8:00 am - 11:25 am
6:30 pm - 9:55 pm


12:30 pm - 3:55 pm
6:30 pm - 9:55 pm

Yes, visitors may be denied visits for the following reasons:

  • Being on current bail conditions.
  • Criminal charges.
  • A protection order.
  • If a warrant for the visitor?s arrest is currently active.
  • The visitor is currently under supervision of probation and parole.
  • The visitor has been released from custody of Two Bridges Regional Jail within the last sixty (60) days.
  • Any known convictions for trafficking in prison contraband.

Unfortunately we are not notified of an inmate?s court date until moments before. Your best bet is to call the court directly.

No phone calls can be made directly to an inmate.

If you want to allow collect calls from an inmate, an account will need to be set up with Offender Connect. Please call directly at phone number (814) 949-3303 or (888) 988-4768 or visit their website at
Hours are: Monday ? Friday (7am ? 6 pm) EST

If you do not want to allow collect calls, inmates can make calls out with the inmate phone system. The inmate will need money on their account in order to make calls.

Click here for a list of telephone rates.

You can now log onto your Renovo account and buy "stamps" to send your loved ones email, no more worries of envelopes and delivery times. You can now type your message and send it via the web to your loved one to get the next day! Renovo's inmate email service, VisMail, is the most convenient way to stay in touch with an inmate. It only takes a few moments to set up your account and begin sending emails. Once the email is sent and approved, it is printed and hand delivered to the inmate. The inmate will then be able to respond using standard mail.


The mission of the Two Bridges Regional Jail is to protect the public; to provide a safe, secure, and professional environment which embraces direct supervision principles in the management of detainees; and, through role-modeling and programs, to equip detainees with the means to live a productive and law-abiding lifestyle.


  • We believe people can change, and that we have an obligation to assist them in that process.
  • We commit to professional integrity and fiscal responsibility.
  • We value the dignity and respect of inmates, staff, and visitors.
  • We believe in the importance of teamwork.
  • We value the application of best practices in the field of corrections.
  • We encourage growth and learning.


If you have any information regarding criminal activity please report it to


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