Hampden County Inmate Search By Name – 2024

Hampden County Inmate Search lets you look up people who are locked up in jails around Hampden County, Massachusetts. This search can find an inmate’s name, booking number, where they are being held, what they are charged with, and sometimes even when they are getting released.

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Hampden County Jail – General Information

Jail NameHampden County Jail
Jail TypeCounty Jail
Location95 Liberty Street, PO Box 5005, Springfield, MA. 01103
Contact Numbers413.732.5772
Postal Code01103
CountyHampden County
Official Websitehampdencountysheriff.com

Hampden County Inmate Jail Roster Search

To find an inmate:

  • Go to the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department inmate search website.
  • Type in the inmate’s first and last names in the search boxes. Try to add extra details to help narrow down the search.
  • Click on the “Search” button.
  • If there’s a match, you’ll see info like the inmate’s name, booking number, birthdate, and the crimes they’re accused of.
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Visiting an Inmate at Hampden County Jail

Here’s how to set up a visit:

  • Go to the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department Visitation Scheduling page.
  • Sign up for an account.
  • Log in and pick the date and time you want to visit. Remember, spots are limited and given out in the order they’re requested.
  • When your visit is okayed, you’ll get a message confirming it. Save this info because you might need to show it when you arrive.

Here’s a rewrite of the rules in simple language:

  • To visit, you’ll need a valid ID card with your photo on it, like a driver’s license.
  • If you’re under 18, you’ll need your mom, dad, or guardian to come with you.
  • Security might check your bags before you enter.
  • Be nice during your visit. If you cause trouble, they might ask you to leave.
  • There’s a dress code. No clothes that are too revealing, have bad words, or certain colors are allowed.
  • Leave your phone, purse, and bags outside the visiting area.
  • Bringing anything illegal is a crime and you could get in trouble.

Inmate Communications

Inmates at Hampden County Jail can talk to their loved ones using a special phone system. This system keeps everything safe and secure for everyone involved.

Inmate Call

Here’s a simpler explanation of the Inmate Call System and Associated Regulations:

  • Calling hours: Inmates can only use the phone during certain times.
  • Outgoing calls only: Inmates can only make calls, they cannot receive calls from outside.
  • Recorded calls: All phone conversations are recorded for security reasons.
  • Be polite: Inmates cannot make threats or harass people on the phone. If they do, they may not be able to use the phone anymore.
  • Paying for calls: Inmates can either use collect calls (where the receiver pays) or prepaid accounts (like a gift card for calls).
  • Extra fees: The phone company might charge extra fees for these calls.

Inmate Mail

Sending mail to someone in jail is a bit different. You can’t just hand it to them or use other delivery services. You have to send it through the regular postal service.
Here’s how to address the envelope:

Write the inmate’s full name and booking number.
Then, write Hampden County Jail’s address:
627 Randall Road, Ludlow, MA 01056.
Don’t forget to put your return address on the envelope too.

Sending Money to an Inmate

Here’s a rewrite in simpler language:

  • Online: Send money through the jail’s website using their special service. There might be a fee.
  • Mail a Money Order: Write the inmate’s full name and ID number on a money order, then mail it to the jail address.
  • Deposit in Person (if available): Go to the jail with cash and put money directly into the inmate’s account (check with the jail first to see if they offer this).

Hampden County Sheriffs Department

Address: 95 Liberty Street, PO Box 5005, Springfield, MA. 01103
Phone: 413.732.5772
Toll Free: 800.423.5005
Fax: 413.733.6933

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