George Beto Unit, TX Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: July 28, 2022
George Beto Unit

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The George Beto Unit is a closed custody state facility that is home to adult male inmates.

The George Beto Unit can comfortably house up to 3150 adult male inmates.

In the year of 2013, the George Beto Unit made the news for having a few inmate deaths, along with major problems with security management, and even healthcare services in the facility.

However, over the next 6 years, these problems have been fixed, which now has made the George Beto Unit a more secure and safer place for inmates and staff members.

Vocational programs are offered at the George Beto Unit along with academic programs that help inmates receive their GED

George Beto Unit - General Information

  • City

    Tennessee Colony

  • Postal Code

    75880

  • State

    Texas

  • Country

    Anderson County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Phone

    903-928-2217

  • Capacity

    3150

  • Country

    Anderson County

  • City

    Tennessee Colony

  • Postal Code

    75880

  • State

    Texas

  • Official Website

    Website

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Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

When it comes to an inmate roster the Texas Department of Corrections is the agency that is responsible for keeping records of all inmates who are in custody of an Texas state prison.

Just like every other Department of Corrections, Texas has its records available online for you to search through on your mobile device or computer.

You can search the records by the following information:

  • Inmate’s Full Name

  • County of Commitment

  • Residential County

  • Zip Code

  • Status

  • Next Parole Board Hearing Date

  • Inmate ID Number

Send a Mail/Package

Inmates can receive written letters, books, magazines, and newspapers while they are in the George Beto Unit.

When you send a letter, please refrain from having any of the following:

  • Cologne/Perfume Stains

  • Drawings

  • Usage of Crayons

  • Sexual Content

  • Glitter

  • Staples

  • Stickers

If you plan on sending inmate books, magazines, and newspapers you will need to make sure they come from the publisher. You cannot send these items directly from your house. If you do, they will be returned to you.

Also, all books must be new and paperback. Hardcover books are not permitted.

All letters and packages should have your return address and be mailed out to the following address:

Inmate Name, ID Number

George Beto Unit

1391 FM 3328, Tennessee Colony, TX, 75880

Sending Money

Even though an inmate is in the George Beto Unit, you may not think they need money for certain things. Well, you are wrong. Inmates need money to purchase snacks, beverages, entertainment items, personal hygiene products from the commissary while also ensuring they have money in their phone account to make calls back home.

The George Beto Unit partners with JPay. JPay is a service that allows family and friends of inmates to put money on the inmate's books from going in person, online, or over the phone.

Phone Calls

George Beto Unit allows inmates to make outgoing calls in one of two ways.

The first way is the inmate can call you collect. This is where the receiver will be responsible for any fees that occur with this call.

The second way is for the inmate to use the telephone service that the George Beto Unit partners with. This is where inmates will need money in their account to be able to make calls out.

However, all calls will be recorded and monitored and have a 15-minute limit.

Visitation Rules

If you would like to visit an inmate here at the George Beto Unit, you will need to make an appointment. There will be no walk-in visits permitted.

To schedule your visit at the George Beto Unit, you can call 903-928-2217. You can also request an appointment by email as well. Here are the steps on how you can do that.

Visiting days will be Wednesdays through Sundays. The visiting days will be broken into two sessions.

The morning session is between 8:30 am to 11:30 am. The last visitors processed during the morning session will be at 9:45 am.

The afternoon session is between 12 pm to 3 pm.

If you do not live in the general area of the George Beto Unit, you can do a no-contact visit, which is a video visitation.

The video visitation is through JPay. If you send inmates money, you will have already had an account through JPay, and you will use this account to video chat the inmate.

However, with video visitation, you will have to pay to see the inmate. This visitation method is not free to use.

VISITATION HOURS

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

Directions

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