FMC Butner Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: April 10, 2020
FMC Butner

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Situated in Granville you will find the FMC Butner.

The FMC Butner is a medium-security federal prison. The FMC Butner is designed to house up to 984 male offenders.

The FMC Butner opened its doors back in 2004. The facility consists of 6 housing units. Each of these housing units is composed of multiple person cells.

The FMC Butner Institution comes equipped with many cameras that are strategically placed throughout the facility to ensure the safety of all inmates and correctional staff.

The inmates in the facility range in age from 20 years old to 86 years old. The facility does not house juvenile inmates whatsoever.

The average sentence for an inmate in the FMC Butner is anywhere from 13 months up to 59 months.

FMC Butner - General Information

  • Facility Name

    FMC Butner

  • Facility Type

    Federal Prison

  • Address

    OLD N. CAROLINA HWY 75 BUTNER, NC, 27509

  • Phone

    919-575-3900

  • Capacity

    984

  • Facility Name

    FMC Butner

  • Facility Type

    Federal Prison

  • Address

    OLD N. CAROLINA HWY 75 BUTNER, NC, 27509

  • Phone

    919-575-3900

  • Capacity

    984

  • Country

    Granville

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It is easier than ever to find information on an inmate who is being held in the FMC Butner.

You can easily search the database, which is conveniently located on the Federal Bureau of Prisons website. You can search the database by the following pieces of information:

  • Age

  • Race

  • Inmate’s Name

  • BOP Number

  • Sex

Send a Mail/Package

While you may not be able to pick up the phone when you want to, to talk to an inmate at the FMC Butner, you can always send them letters. Inmates can also send letters back to you as well.

The FMC Butner Federal Correctional Institution is big on keeping communication open between inmates and their families.

Inmates can receive letters, photos, and packages (with prior approval) while they are serving out their time in the FMC Butner.

To mail a letter to the inmate in the FMC Butner use the following address:

Inmate Name, ID Number

FMC Butner

OLD N. CAROLINA HWY 75 BUTNER, NC, 27509

Also, remember to put your return address on the letters.

Sending Money

Inmates will need money for a variety of things while they are spending their time in the FMC Butner.

For inmates to call home, buy necessities at the commissary, write home, and just live in the facility, they will need funds.

The FMC Butner gives you three different options to send funds to an inmate. You can choose to send funds through sending a money order, Western Union, or MoneyGram.

Phone Calls

Just like sending letters, inmates can also make phone calls to people back at home. The FMC Butner allows inmates to use the telephones daily. The times may vary when they can, but they will have access.

Inmates will be responsible for paying their phone bill while they are in the facility. You will want to ensure the inmate has enough money on their account to call home.

Visitation Rules

Please Note: Until further notice, the FMC Butner is NOT allowing visitors. You can check the status of the .

The FMC Butner allows visitors to come to the facility on Saturdays, Sundays, and federal holidays. Visiting is between the hours of 8 am to 3 pm.

Inmates in the FMC Butner are given 5 visiting points every calendar month. Every visit an inmate has will cost them 1 point.

When visiting an inmate, you can have up to 5 children along with 4 adults during one single visit.

The visiting room here at the FMC Butner can comfortably hold up to 259 people at one given time.

You will also need to keep in mind as the room begins to get crowded, visitors who have been there the longest will be asked to leave to make room for the new visitors coming in.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
    2:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Saturday
    8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Sunday
    8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Directions

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