Atlantic County Jail
Atlantic County Jail was first built in 1985, with the purpose of housing approximately 350 offenders. Through multiple expansions over the years, the Atlantic County Justice Facility is now able to house approximately 1250 inmates. The jail houses both male and female offenders. Additionally inmates are housed temporarily while awaiting trial, long term offenders who have been sentenced by the county, and occasionally state sentenced offenders.
When an inmate first arrives at the Atlantic County Jail, they enter the Classification Unit. The job of the classification unit is to monitor the inmate and design a program of rehabilitation that addresses the mental and physical care of the offender, as well as ensure the safety of both the inmate and the staff. After completing the classification process, offenders will be moved to their housing unit.
While incarcerated at Atlantic County Jail, inmates can take advantage of the various educational and vocational programs offered. These programs include Adult Basic Education and GED training/testing. Vocational classes include culinary, job preparedness, and parenting/life skills courses. Additional discharge planning and job assistance is provided at this correctional facility.
Visiting Hours at Atlantic County Jail
Visiting at Atlantic County Jail occurs on Saturdays and Sundays.
General Population have visitation from 10am to 9pm.
New commitment and high security offenders have visitation from 9am to 10pm.
Visitors must present PROPER IDENTIFICATION, i.e., valid driver’s license with photo, photo ID card (issued by a proper governmental agency and stating the visitor’s name, address and date of birth) or a valid Gaming or Hotel License. Welfare ID cards may not be used. You must register 45 minutes prior to the end of visiting for all visiting hours. Depending on visitor volume, visits are a maximum of 30 minutes per visitor per week (time permitting).
Due to space limitations, only two adult visitors (per inmate) at a time will be permitted to see an inmate. Only two (2) children under the age of 18 (per inmate) will be permitted in the visiting area at a time. Children shall also supply a form of ID, i.e. School ID, birth certificate or social security card. They must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and must remain with and be closely supervised by the parent or guardian.
More information on visitation can be obtained through the telephone by calling the Atlantic County Jail directly at (609)-645-5855.
Atlantic County Jail
5060 Atlantic Avenue
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
Inmate Mailing Address:
Inmate Name, ID Number
Atlantic County Justice Facility
5060 Atlantic Ave.
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
Mailing an inmate at Atlantic County Jail
You can send mail to an inmate who is currently incarcerated in Atlantic County Jail using the inmate mailing address above. Be sure to include your full name and return address. Do not send items that are not approved by the facility. You will need to include the inmates identification number, if you do not know the offender number you can look it up here. This facility does not accept packages of any kind. You may send up to three 4x6 photos at a time to an inmate.
How to Bail/Bond an inmate out of Atlantic County Jail
Bail (Cash or Bond) are accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including Holidays.
Calling an inmate at Atlantic County Jail
Inmates can use the phones provided through GTL ConnectNetwork. You can place money onto an inmates phone account online here or by calling 1-800-483-8314, Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Once an inmate has funds deposited to their phone account they can begin to make outgoing calls.
Sending money to inmates at Atlantic County Jail
Offenders in the Atlantic County Jail are allowed to receive funds by money order or certified check only. Personal checks are not accepted. Inmates will receive a receipt of funds once your deposit has been processed. All deposits are subject to the $50 per month fee that inmate's are responsible for paying, once this fee is paid inmates will be allowed access to the commissary, pay other fines or fees. You must include the inmates full name, and their identification number with the money order/certified bank check.
You can also deposit cash into an inmate's account in person at the Justice Facility, this is the only method of depositing cash, do not send cash through the mail.