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Pensacola Federal Prison Camp is short for Pensacola Federal Prison Camp Federal Correctional Institution. The Pensacola Federal Prison Camp is a low-security federal prison in Pensacola, Florida.
Originally, Pensacola Federal Prison Camp was designed to hold up to 596 inmates, but as of lately, the Pensacola Pensacola Federal Prison Camp can house up to 596 inmates. The Pensacola Federal Prison Camp houses mail inmates.
The Pensacola Federal Prison Camp consists of 6 general population units that are divided into two wings. These buildings are two-story tall. Another housing unit in the facility is strictly for the Residential Drug Abuse Program. This program is a 500-hour program that is for inmates who are suffering from alcohol and drug addictions.
Here at the Pensacola Federal Prison Camp, the average sentence for a male inmate is around 5 years. The male inmates will range anywhere from 18 years of age up to 81 years of age.
How to Find Someone in Pensacola Federal Prison Camp
The Pensacola Federal Prison Camp is managed by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The Federal Bureau of Prisons is currently in charge of 102 federal institutions throughout the United States.
In order for family, friends, and victims to easily search for an inmate either in the Pensacola Federal Prison Camp or another federal prison, the Federal Bureau of Prisons has an online inmate roster that will display all inmates they are in custody of.
You can search for inmates with the following criteria:
Inmate’s Full Name
Send a Mail/Package
While inmates are serving out their time in the Pensacola Federal Prison Camp, they can also receive letters and even packages from their friends and families back home.
When writing a letter, you need to keep in mind that all incoming and even all outgoing mail will be examined and checked by the facility staff to ensure there is no contraband or anything else that is concerning.
As for care packages, care packages can only be sent if you have prior approval from the Pensacola Federal Prison Camp or else the package will be refused. Another thing to keep in mind is that care packages will be required to be sent through a third-party service and not directly from your home.
Inmates in the Pensacola Federal Prison Camp will need funds to purchasing items from the commissary, send letters home, and talk on the phone.
Friends and family members of these inmates can send money one of three ways.
You can send funds using Western Union or MoneyGram. You will need to keep in mind that if you use one of these two ways, you will be charged a service fee.
If you want to avoid any service fees, you can send a money order to the following mailing address:
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Inmate Eight-Digit Register Number
Post Office Box 474701
Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001
Keep in mind, if you choose to send a money order it can take up to a month for the money order to be processed and put into the inmate's account.
Inmates can make phone calls out to their loved ones. These phone calls will be monitored. Inmates are only allotted to have 300 minutes every month from January to October. Then in November and December inmates will be allotted 400 minutes.
Inmates will need funds in their commissary account for them to use the phone. Phone calls are limited to 15 minutes. No use of call features are permitted.
The Pensacola Federal Prison Camp allows inmates to have visitors on Fridays between the hours of 5pm to 8pm. The facility also allows visits on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 8:30am to 3pm.
The Pensacola Federal Prison Camp also allows visitors on federal holidays between the hours of 8:30am to 3pm.
In order to visit an inmate here at the Pensacola Federal Prison Camp, you will need to fill out a visitor application and wait for the inmate to tell you that you are approved for visits. The facility will not inform you when your application has been approved or denied, that is the inmate’s responsibility.
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