A Useful Guide to the Bucks County Correctional Facility
Posted August 1st, 2016 by bhuertas.
Is your loved one incarcerated in Bucks County Correctional Facility? You may have some questions about jail protocol. We post bail for many inmates housed in Bucks County and hope to provide you with some useful information.
Basic information concerning Bucks County Correctional Facility can be found on their website. Should you be able to post bail on your own, you would do so at the Clerk of the Courts office, located at the Bucks County Justice Center, 100 N. Main Street in Doylestown. Otherwise, you would leave our office to handle this matter.
Wondering about visiting? Concerned that your loved one may need money while they are in jail. We’ll provide you with the details for all of this as obtained from Bucks County.
Important Information Regarding Bucks County Inmates
Many people are confused when it comes to confinement of a loved one. There is a concern that the inmate may need something or a desire to visit with them. Here’s a breakdown of some important rules:
- Inmate Accounts: Money may be deposited for inmates at the jail’s business office. The hours of operation are weekdays, from 8am through 4pm. The office is closed on official holidays. Cash is not accepted. The facility also offers the convenience of a kiosk, located in the main lobby. Deposits may be made between 6am and 9pm daily. Cash is accepted in various denominations. There is also a way to make deposits into inmate accounts by telephone.
- Visitation: Bucks County Correctional Facility only allows inmate visitation from Wednesday through Sunday. If you want to meet with a loved one prior to posting their bail, make sure they take the steps to put you on an approved list. Otherwise, you may be turned away. Visitation at Bucks County is only permitted in half hour increments. It is further broken down by inmate population. You may take a look at the particulars here.
- Correspondence or Telephone Contact: If you don’t have the time to visit with an inmate in person to discuss bail, you may want to write or telephone them. The mailing address for inmate correspondence is: Bucks County Department of Corrections, 1730 S. Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18901. Try to use an inmate identification number to expedite processing of your mail. Bucks County uses an outside provider for setting up accounts for inmate phone communication. You can learn more about Global Telephone Link here.
If you need assistance in setting up bail for a Bucks County inmate, Andrew Pizzo Bail Bonds can provide you with professional and prompt help. Call us to see how we can help with pretrial release.