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John Dempsey Hospital Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: October 23, 2022
John Dempsey Hospital
263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT, 06030

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The John Dempsey Hospital is situated in Farmington, Connecticut. The John Dempsey Hospital is an operated under the Connecticut Department of Corrections as a multi-custody facility.

The John Dempsey Hospital can house up to 137 male inmates within their main campus.

As a multi-custody facility, the John Dempsey Hospital will house offenders from the G1 all the way up to the G4 custody level.

You should not that the John Dempsey Hospital is broken up into two dormitory-style housing units, which can house over 100 inmates in each unit. They have over 935 double and single bunk bed cells.

The John Dempsey Hospital has work assignments for inmates that consist of the following:

  • Raising Swine

  • Brook & Mop Factory

  • Managing Bulls

  • Farming Edible Crops

All Offenders will have access to health, dental, and medical services as well as educational programs, and vocational training.

John Dempsey Hospital — General Information

John Dempsey Hospital, State Prison.
Adult, Capacity 137 persons.
263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT, 06030

Since the John Dempsey Hospital is operated under the Connecticut Department of Corrections, they have a BIG inmate roster available directly on the Connecticut Department of Corrections website.

The inmate roster can be searched with the following pieces of information:

  • Inmate’s Full Name

  • DC Number

  • Race

  • Gender

  • ID Number

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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Sending and receiving mail is one of the offenders few luxuries while they are serving out their time in the John Dempsey Hospital. Remember that all incoming and outgoing mail will be checked by an employee of the John Dempsey Hospital to ensure it is safe and free from contraband.

You will need to address your letter as follows:

Inmate Name, ID Number

John Dempsey Hospital

263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT, 06030

Sending Money

Inmates in the John Dempsey Hospital will need money to purchase extra items from the facilities commissary. These items typically include extra food such as snacks and beverages, clothing, entertainment items, and hygiene products.

Friends and family members of the offender can send money through JPay. JPay is a service that the John Dempsey Hospital utilizes that allows you to easily put money on the offender's account. You should know that there will be a fee associated with this service.

Phone calls

To receive calls from an offender in the John Dempsey Hospital, you will need to register your mobile phone number and your landline phone number with Securus Technologies using the provided links.

Offenders will be able to call you between the hours of 7 am to 10 pm. Keep in mind this time can change at a moment’s notice. Typically, offenders will not be permitted to use the phones during their counts or when the facility is under lockdown.


At the John Dempsey Hospital, offenders will be permitted to have visitors only on Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors are welcome to stop by for a visit between the hours of 8 am to 5 pm.

All visits will be for in two-hour duration depending on the classification the inmate has and whether the visit will be no-contact or contact visit.

Visitors will only be permitted to bring in a Ziploc bag with $20 in quarter, which they can use at the vending machine located in the visitation room.

Visiting Hours

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


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