Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: May 21, 2020
Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison

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The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison is situated in Sumterville, Florida. The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison is one of Florida’s administrative security detention facilities.

The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison opened its doors back in December of 1988. Shortly after the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison became the 5th largest federal prison.

The entire point of the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison was built was to help relieve the overcrowding issue that was going on in the Federal Correctional Institution.

As a result of the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison opening, it has saved the United States Marshal’s over $200,000 per year along with the trouble of transporting inmates.

The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison is known for its innovative design. The facility decided to not put iron bars on their cell doors. The facility even refers to the cells as rooms as it makes it a more pleasant experience.

The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison is home to both female and male inmates. The facility was designed to house up to 1345 inmates comfortably.

Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison

  • Facility Type

    Federal Prison

  • Address

    846 NE 54TH TERRACE SUMTERVILLE, FL, 33521

  • Phone

    352-689-6000

  • Capacity

    1345

  • City

    Sumterville

  • Postal Code

    33521

  • State

    Florida

  • Country

    Sumter

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison

  • Facility Type

    Federal Prison

  • Address

    846 NE 54TH TERRACE SUMTERVILLE, FL, 33521

  • Phone

    352-689-6000

  • Capacity

    1345

  • Country

    Sumter

  • City

    Sumterville

  • Postal Code

    33521

  • State

    Florida

  • Official Website

    Website

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The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison is under the management of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

You will be able to find information on inmates who are currently housed in the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison in the Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate roster.

To search the database, please have the following information handy:

  • BOP Number

  • Inmate Full Name

  • Age

  • Race

Send a Mail/Package

Want to keep in constant contact with an inmate, but do not know the most cost-effective way to do that?

You can write letters like the olden days! Inmates love to receive and send out letters. Letters is the most economical, yet cost-effective way to keep in contact.

To send a letter to an inmate in the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison, you will want to use the following mailing address:

Inmate Name, ID Number

Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison

846 NE 54TH TERRACE SUMTERVILLE, FL, 33521

Make sure all mail you send to this address has your return address on it.

Sending Money

Inmates will be required to have money in order to use the telephones in the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison.

To put money on an inmates account, you can either choose to send a money order to the following address:

Federal Bureau of Prisons

Insert Valid Committed Inmate Name

Insert Inmate Eight-Digit Register Number

Post Office Box 474701

Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001

You can also opt-in to use Western Union or MoneyGram. These two options will be the fastest options. However, you will pay a service fee, but you can deposit money in person, over the phone, or online.

Phone Calls

Inmates in the Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison will be permitted 300 minutes every calendar month between the months of January to October.

Inmates will get an extra 100 minutes every calendar month in November and December due to the holidays.

Inmates will be responsible for having money in their account to use the telephone service.

Visitation Rules

The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison does their visiting hours a little bit different than most of the other facilities.

The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison does their visiting hours solely based on the floor level that the inmate is housed in.

The Coleman 1 High-Security Federal Prison visiting schedule goes as follows:

All visits will have a limit of 90 minutes. Within these visits, there will be 3 visitors at one given time. Visitors over the age of 16 years old will be required to have a government photo identification card to be permitted into the visitor's area.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
    8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Sunday
    8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Directions

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