About Southeast Region – Department of Youth Services
Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services offender locator: Criminal Records, Inmate List, DOB, Court Record, Arrests, Charges, Mugshots, Bookings, Who's in jail, Criminal Records, Bond, Sentence Information, Description, Booking Number, Booking Date, Document Type, Release Date, Received Date, Offense Date, Case #, FileNo, INS, Arrest Date, Current Housing Section.
Southeast Region – Department of Youth Services is in Taunton, Massachusetts. In the early 1980s, most of the town wanted a prison so they could have more jobs and help the economy of their town. Governor signed a bill in September of 1985 funding 117 million to build the prison despite backlash. The production of the prison started in December 1985. In Jan 1987, Southeast Region – Department of Youth Services had their first inmates.
Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services has an inmate database. This database will show all inmates that they currently have in custody.
So, if you are looking for your friend or family member who you may suspect to be in the Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services, you can do so by logging on to the database here.
You will see all information that you could possibly need about inmates in this database. In the off chance that you do not see the information, you can always call up the facility to talk to a correctional officer.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
When an inmate is in the Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services, they are not, not allowed to communicate with those outside of the prison walls.
To be honest, the Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services wants the inmates to communicate with their friends and family. They want these inmates to have the best possible support system for when they get out of the facility.
When you need to go to the store on the outside Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services, you need money. Well, this same concept is also on the inside of the prison as well.
The commissary acts like the prison acts like the store. Within the commissary, the inmate can purchase a variety of items just like you and I can do when we go to the store.
For them to do this, they will need to have money. You can send the inmate up to $300 a month for them to purchase said items at the commissary.
When you want to hear the inmates voice, you will need to wait for them to call you from the facility. You will never be allowed to call them from home. You will always have to wait for them to call you.
If you are local or even if you live far away and you are more than welcome to visit the inmate while they are in the Southeast Region - Department of Youth Services. However, it is recommended to get in contact with the facility for heading out this way.
Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.