|Location||7930 Brock Bridge Road |
|Security class||Minimum Security|
|Managed by||Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services|
Brockbridge Correctional Facility was a minimum security prison operated by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services in Jessup, Maryland. The facility closed in 2019.
Prisoners at Brockbridge have done beach cleanup after storms hit Maryland. In 2011, Brockbridge had a comedy night for the facility's talent night. Ministers from St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Fulton, Maryland visit Brockbridge.
In 2009, Brockbridge began using the BOSS, or Body Orifice Security Scanner, chair to find contraband.
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