522 Bath Road
Wiscasset, ME 04578
Can I mail a letter to an inmate?; How do I post Bail?; How is inmate property handled?; How is inmate medicine handled?; Can I leave a message for an inmate?; How do I schedule a visit?; What are the visitation times?; What are the visit rules?; What can't I take into the visit?; Is there a dress code I need to follow?; Could I be denied a visit?; What if I have questions about his/her court date?; Can I call an inmate?
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 cards with glitter on them.
do not put any kind of sticker, including return address labels, on the envelope.
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.
The corrections staff does 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.
You must call one business day ahead of the scheduled visit, between the hours of 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM. The receptionist will make sure you are on the inmate’s visitation list. If your name is on the list you will have a visit scheduled for the following day. The number is 882-4268. Press zero and you should get the receptionist, who will schedule your visit. Visitors are limited to two visits per week to the same inmate. ALL VISITS are non-contact only.
Housing R7 (Male General Population) Visit Times
Tuesday PM 8:15-9:15
Saturday AM 10:15-11:15
Saturday PM 7:00-8:00
Sunday PM 3:30-4:30
Housing R7(Protective Custody) Visit Times
Saturday AM 9:00-10:00
Housing R6 (Male General Population) Visit Times
Wednesday AM 9:00-10:00
Thursday PM 8:15-9:15
Saturday PM 1:00-2:00
Saturday PM 8:15-9:15
Housing R1 (Females) Visit Times
Thursday PM 7:00-8:00
Saturday PM 3:30-4:30
Housing R2 (Minimum) Visit Times
Tuesday PM 7:00-8:00
Sunday PM 1:00-2:00
Sunday PM 2:15-3:15
Sunday PM 7:00-8:00
*SMU (Special Management Unit/PC) Visit Times
Tuesday AM 10:15-11:15
Wednesday PM 7:00-8:00
Thursday AM 10:15-11:15
Friday PM 7:00-8:00
Sunday PM 8:15-9:15
NO CONTACT WILL BE ALLOWED DURING VISITS AT ANY TIME.
If any visitor has contact with an inmate, the visit will be immediately ended. There will be no exceptions.
All visitors must arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of visit to allow the Officer on duty to process them into the facility.
Visitors are only allowed to visit one inmate per day.
Parents will not leave children unattended on facility grounds.
Visits are restricted to three (3) visitors.
Disruptive behavior by adults or children will result in termination of the visit.
All adults arriving for a visit must present a government issued photo I.D. or else entry to the facility will be denied. Children under 18 must have a birth certificate.
Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their legal guardian.
The following items are not to be brought into the jail at any time:
Weapons (guns, knives, clubs, mace, etc.).
Tobacco products and lighters of any kind.
Baby cribs, strollers, walkers, car seat, blankets, baby bottles, etc.
Phones or pagers of any kind.
Handbags or hand-held wallets.
Briefcases, clipboards, notebooks, books, magazines, pictures, cameras or any kind of recording or playing device.
Food or drink.
No coats, jackets, sweaters, or hats.
No hats or head covering of any kind.
No shorts except on children under age10.
Dresses must be knee length.
Shirts and dresses must have sleeves.
No see-through clothing.
No low cut clothing and the bottom of shirts must come down past the belt line.
No skintight clothing.
No sandals without a heel and a heel strap.
Yes, visitors may be denied visits for the following reasons:
Being on current bail conditions.
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 https://www.offenderconnect.com.
Hours are: Monday – Friday (7am – 6 pm) EST
If you do not want to allow collect calls, inmates can make calls with the inmate phone system. The inmate will need money on their account in order to to make calls.