Carroll County Government




Carroll County Government












Special Services


The Facilities Officer is responsible for managing facility problems and keeping track of work orders sent to the County Facilities Department or outside contractors.

On a daily basis the Facilities Officer checks in with Post 1, Central Booking, Work Release and each of the main units to find out if there are any maintenance problems so he can prepare the daily maintenance and sanitation  and fire extinguisher reports. He is responsible for making minor repairs; changing light bulbs, adjusting water pressure and resetting circuit breakers, or sending a work order to the County. He tracks and provides supplies in the Detention Center, supplying each area with the necessary items.

He makes his rounds every day to check the Detention Center and its employees that all is in working order.


Records Unit

The Records Unit is responsible for reviewing all inmate files and keeping them current. Quality control, calculating sentence diminution, recording all court paperwork, sex offender registration, record expungement, and preparing statistical reports for the State of Maryland are just a few of the duties this unit is responsible for.

It is the policy of the Carroll County Detention Center to establish, maintain and retain records on inmates incarcerated in the CCDC. Employees of the Detention Center are authorized access to inmate files as needed to perform their official duties. An inmate's base file may include Commitment papers, Warrants/Detainers, Court Orders, Classification Records, Diminution Records, Media Waivers, Property Sheets, Account Records, Dissemination Logs and Miscellaneous Papers.



The Transportation Unit transports inmates from the Detention Center to other County Courts throughout the State of Maryland. They pick up prisoners from other counties, take prisoners to outside medical appointments, and transfer inmates to other facilities for Court Ordered Treatment purposes.

They conduct Job Site Checks on inmates who are on the Work Release Program and provide supervision for inmate medical appointments and hospitalizations. The Unit has produced revenue to the County through a contract with the Maryland State Department of Juvenile Services, transporting juveniles.



Carroll County Sheriff's Office • 100 North Court Street • Westminster, Maryland 21157
410.386.2900 or 1.888.302.8924

Equal Opportunity Employer

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is committed to recruiting initiatives that reflect a fair and impartial representation of minority groups and females among its employees and applicants in approximate proportion to the minority composition of the Carroll County community.