- Children's visitation
- Crime Free Lancaster
- Lancaster County Community Corrections and Reentry Center Report
- Police forms and information
- Prison Mission Statement
- Suicide Prevention Practices in Lancaster County Prison
- Inmate Rulebook
- Lancaster County Prison Code of Ethics
- Friends and Family Order Form Holiday Kit 2018
- B-5 Store Account Policy
If you or someone you know has a Drug or Alcohol addiction issue, click below for more information and help.
INCOMING INMATE MAIL
Effective March 1st, 2019, incoming envelopes will be discarded in the mail room and will not be taken to the blocks. Anyone who wants to ensure the return address gets to the inmate must write the address on the letter itself. The return address is still required on the envelope.
We encourage visitors to check WGAL Closings and Cancellations to see if regularly scheduled visitation has been cancelled due to inclement weather.
Beginning on October 1st, 2018 greeting cards of any kind will no longer be accepted by Lancaster County Prison unless they are directly shipped from an approved vendor of Lancaster County Prison. This decision has been made due to the recent issues across the state of Pennsylvania that pertain to drugs and other contraband entering correctional facilities via the mail.
From the above date forward any cards that come via the mail and are not from the approved vendor will be marked “cards not accepted” and sent back to the return address listed on the envelope.
The approved vendor is below:
Due to the influx of contraband into Lancaster County Prison, the decision has been made to discontinue the inmate personal book program. The below listed dates are important dates and actions that will be taking place in the near future
To ensure inmates have access to reading material Lancaster County Prison will be expanding upon the current in-house library with help from the Lancaster County Library System.
This will not affect books given out by the Chaplains office or School.
Suicide Hotline: 717-664-LIFE (5433)
PREA Hotline: 1-844-429-5412
Friends and family members of an inmate are encouraged to report any suspicion that the inmate is a victim or perpetrator of sexual abuse or harassment by calling the PREA Hotline.
Effective March 1, 2016
Money orders WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED in the Prison lobby. Money orders will still be accepted through the mail. No personal checks are accepted.
Money can be deposited on to commissary accounts by visiting:
JailATM.com or using the kiosk located in the prison lobby (cash, credit, or debit)
Money can be deposited on to phone accounts by visiting:
Change in inmate clothing exchange procedure, click here