Warden: Adam Ogle

Our location:  3400 Concord Road, York, Pa. 17402-9007            

Prison Phone: (717) 840-7580

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office: (717) 840-7253 

NOTICE: Video visitation was temporarily interrupted today due to a technical glitch. At this time, the system has been restored. Unfortunately, upcoming visits will have to be rescheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience this matter may have caused. Thank you.  

Update: Please be advised that we will resume attorney contact visits on Monday, June 7, 2021.  Attorneys will be required to wear a mask inside of the facility.  We urge attorneys to call ahead to check the status of their clients, as we will not allow residents who are COVID-positive or “presumptive-positive” to attend visits outside of their quarantined housing units. 



Welcome to the York County Prison’s website.

The mission of York County Prison is to maintain a safe, secure environment for a diverse population of incarcerated individuals, staff and visitors. We are dedicated to implementing innovative methods of security and working with our community partners to provide quality education and evidenced-based treatment programs to increase the probability of successful community re-entry.

Inmates may be pretrial detainees awaiting trial or those already sentenced by the Court of Common Pleas. The prison also houses federal immigration detainees in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The facility has a maximum of 2400 beds and a maximum of 276 beds for the Work Release Center. All male and female Work Release Inmates are located at 3403 Concord Road, York PA 17402.  This building is directy accross the street from the main prison. Please note that Female Work Release inmates were recently moved to this building.  Employers may contact the Officer's Desk at 717-840-7593 with scheduling changes or questions.

The Inmate Rules and Policies section contains information regarding inmate funds, use of the telephone systems and policies regarding mail and personal property.

The Visitation section provides information for individuals wishing to meet with inmates incarcerated at the prison. There are general rules and regulations, as well as specific regulations and policies for children, adults, attorneys and other officials. Due to recently added security measures, no paperwork may be hand-delivered to an inmate/detainee during a regular vist. This includes any paperwork needed for signatures, checks, etc.  These documents must be mailed into the prison.  Official visitors such as law enforment and attorneys are still permitted to bring in necessary paperwork during their official visit. 

Below is an update concerning prison visits and programming. Please note that these measures are strictly precautionary.  

  1.    Effective 3/12/2020 -
    1. All inmates and detainees will have influenza screening as they enter the prison.  Those suspected of having a form of influenza will be isolated, treated and monitored.  The medical authority will determine who will be tested.
  1.    Effective 3/13/2020 -
    1. Outside programs (volunteer or professional) were suspended;
    2. Daily temperature checks for inmate workers
  1.    Effective 3/15/2020 -
    1. All visits for the Work Release Center will be suspended until futher notice.
  1.    Effective 3/16/2020 -
    1. Regular inmate visits will be suspended. Currently, we are working with GTL to provide all inmates and detainees additional phone calls and/or video visits with family and friends. As soon as we have the process finalized we will share.
    2. Professional and legal visits shall become non-contact. These visits shall occur through glass via the inmate regular visiting areas. Visitors must provide their own mask and wear it at all times in the visiting area.
    3. Any staff member, contractor or individual will have their temperature taken prior to entering the secure prison. If they present with a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher they will not be allowed to enter.

If you would like to find out when a prisoner has been released from our facility, please register for jail release notifications. This service is provided by PA SAVIN, the Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification network.

Also, you may find more information about eligibility for work release.