Sentencing Guidelines Commission Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: April 4, 2020
Sentencing Guidelines Commission
  • 525 Park Street, Suite 220, St. Paul, MN, 55103
  • 651-296-0144

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The Sentencing Guidelines Commission is a state prison in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The Sentencing Guidelines Commission secures its borders with a 25ft high wall alongside ten-armed guard towers.

The facility is Minnesota’s only maximum-security facility. The Sentencing Guidelines Commission is the facility that holds Minnesota’s death row inmates.

Inmates in the Sentencing Guidelines Commission are housed in units that are made just for their security and personal needs. For instance, inmates who are preparing to be released will be in one unit while inmates who have special needs will be in another unit.

The Sentencing Guidelines Commission also is actively involved in the Minnesota Corrections Enterprise Industries. This program will provide work assignments for inmates such as the following:

  • Customer Service Call Center

  • Laundry Operation

  • Furniture Factory

  • Metal Shop

Sentencing Guidelines Commission - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Sentencing Guidelines Commission

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    525 Park Street, Suite 220, St. Paul, MN, 55103

  • Phone

    651-296-0144

  • City

    St. Paul

  • Postal Code

    55103

  • State

    Minnesota

  • Country

    County

  • Facility Name

    Sentencing Guidelines Commission

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    525 Park Street, Suite 220, St. Paul, MN, 55103

  • Phone

    651-296-0144

  • Country

    County

  • City

    St. Paul

  • Postal Code

    55103

  • State

    Minnesota

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The Minnesota Department of Corrections has made it super easy and even extremely convenient to find out information on an inmate who is housed in the Sentencing Guidelines Commission.

You can find the inmate roster on the Minnesota Department of Corrections site. You will be able to search the database using the following pieces of information:

  • Inmate’s Full Name

  • SID Number

Keep in mind that this database is updated on a regular basis, but if you feel as if this information is not correct, you should contact the Sentencing Guidelines Commission directly.

Send a Mail/Package

Want to make an inmate's day while they are serving time in the Sentencing Guidelines Commission? Send them a handwritten letter.

Inmates are permitted to send and receive letters from their loved ones back home.

You will need to keep in mind that all written letters will be opened and examined by an Sentencing Guidelines Commission staff member.

You can send a letter to the following address:

Inmate Name, ID Number

Sentencing Guidelines Commission

525 Park Street, Suite 220, St. Paul, MN, 55103

Inmates can receive care packages as well, but you will need to get prior approval from the Sentencing Guidelines Commission before you send the package, or it will be sent directly back to you.

Sending Money

Has your loved one asked you to send them money, so they can purchase things from the commissary or be able to use the telephone?

The Sentencing Guidelines Commission has made it easy for you to send inmate money. You can do so by using the infamous JPay service.

The JPay service does charge you a service fee, but the inmate will typically receive the funds you send within one to three business days. Most of the time, they will receive the money within the day you send it.

You will be able to send funds over the phone, online, or in person. This makes it as easy as possible for you to send money from anywhere you are located

Phone Calls

The Sentencing Guidelines Commission permits the inmates to use the telephones at their own expense. Inmates will have the chance to make 15-minute calls home. These calls are subjected to be monitored.

Visitation Rules

Inmates in the Sentencing Guidelines Commission can also receive visitors as well.

Inmates who are in the behavioral health unit, infirmary, death row unit, segregation unit, or the intermediate care housing unit can have visitors only be appointments.

To schedule an appointment for an inmate in one of the above units, you can call 651-296-0144 between Monday through Thursday during the hours of 7 am to 2 pm.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Sunday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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