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United States Penitentiaries

Most United States Penitentiaries (USPs) are high-security facilities, which have highly secured perimeters with walls or reinforced fences, multiple and single-occupant cell housing, the highest staff-to-inmate ratio, and close control of inmate movement. The most notable facility in the federal prison system is Florence ADX, the federal supermax prison in Florence, Colorado which holds inmates who are considered the most dangerous and in need of the tightest controls. USP Atlanta, USP Leavenworth, USP Lompoc, and USP Marion are medium-security facilities. USP Marion contains a highly restrictive Communication Management Unit, which holds inmates under stricter controls.

 

† Includes female inmates

 

NameLocation
United States PenitentiaryAllenwood Pennsylvania
United States PenitentiaryAtlanta Georgia
United States PenitentiaryAtwater California
United States PenitentiaryBig Sandy Kentucky
United States PenitentiaryBeaumont Texas
United States PenitentiaryCanaan Pennsylvania
United States PenitentiaryColeman† Florida
United States PenitentiaryFlorence ADX Colorado
United States PenitentiaryFlorence High Colorado
United States PenitentiaryHazelton† West Virginia
United States PenitentiaryLee Virginia
United States PenitentiaryLeavenworth Kansas
United States PenitentiaryLewisburg Pennsylvania
United States PenitentiaryLompoc California
United States PenitentiaryMarion Illinois
United States PenitentiaryMcCreary Kentucky
United States PenitentiaryPollock Louisiana
United States PenitentiaryTerre Haute Indiana
United States PenitentiaryTucson Arizona
United States PenitentiaryVictorville California

 

Federal Correctional Institutions

Federal Correctional Institutions (FCIs) are medium-security and low-security facilities, which have strengthened perimeters (often double fences with electronic detection systems), mostly cell-type housing, a wide variety of work and treatment programs, as well as a higher staff-to-inmate ratio and greater internal controls than low-security FCIs. FCI Terre Haute contains a more restrictive section designated as a Communication Management Unit for inmates considered high-security risks.

 

† Includes female inmates
†† Female-only facility

 

NameLocation
Federal Correctional InstitutionAliceville†† Alabama
Federal Correctional InstitutionAllenwood Low Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional InstitutionAllenwood Medium Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional InstitutionAshland Kentucky
Federal Correctional InstitutionBastrop Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionBeckley West Virginia
Federal Correctional InstitutionBeaumont Low Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionBeaumont Medium Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionBennettsville South Carolina
Federal Correctional InstitutionBerlin New Hampshire
Federal Correctional InstitutionBig Spring Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionButner Low North Carolina
Federal Correctional InstitutionButner Medium North Carolina
Federal Correctional InstitutionColeman Low Florida
Federal Correctional InstitutionColeman Medium Florida
Federal Correctional InstitutionCumberland Maryland
Federal Correctional InstitutionDanbury†† Connecticut
Federal Correctional InstitutionDublin†† California
Federal Correctional InstitutionEdgefield South Carolina
Federal Correctional InstitutionElkton Ohio
Federal Correctional InstitutionEl Reno Oklahoma
Federal Correctional InstitutionEnglewood Colorado
Federal Correctional InstitutionEstill South Carolina
Federal Correctional InstitutionFairton New Jersey
Federal Correctional InstitutionFlorence Colorado
Federal Correctional InstitutionForrest City Low Arkansas
Federal Correctional InstitutionForrest City Medium Arkansas
Federal Correctional InstitutionFort Dix New Jersey
Federal Correctional InstitutionFort Worth Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionGilmer West Virginia
Federal Correctional InstitutionGreenville† Illinois
Federal Correctional InstitutionHerlong California
Federal Correctional InstitutionJesup Georgia
Federal Correctional InstitutionLa Tuna Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionLompoc California
Federal Correctional InstitutionLoretto Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional InstitutionManchester Kentucky
Federal Correctional InstitutionMarianna† Florida
Federal Correctional InstitutionMcDowell West Virginia
Federal Correctional InstitutionMcKean Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional InstitutionMemphis Tennessee
Federal Correctional InstitutionMendota California
Federal Correctional InstitutionMiami Florida
Federal Correctional InstitutionMilan Michigan
Federal Correctional InstitutionMorgantown West Virginia
Federal Correctional InstitutionOakdale Louisiana
Federal Correctional InstitutionOtisville New York
Federal Correctional InstitutionOxford Wisconsin
Federal Correctional InstitutionPekin Illinois
Federal Correctional InstitutionPetersburg Low Virginia
Federal Correctional InstitutionPetersburg Medium Virginia
Federal Correctional InstitutionPhoenix† Arizona
Federal Correctional InstitutionPollock Louisiana
Federal Correctional InstitutionRay Brook New York
Federal Correctional InstitutionSafford Arizona
Federal Correctional InstitutionSandstone Minnesota
Federal Correctional InstitutionSchuylkill Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional InstitutionSeagoville Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionSheridan Oregon
Federal Correctional InstitutionTalladega Alabama
Federal Correctional InstitutionTallahassee†† Florida
Federal Correctional InstitutionTerminal Island California
Federal Correctional InstitutionTerre Haute Indiana
Federal Correctional InstitutionTexarkana Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionThree Rivers Texas
Federal Correctional InstitutionTucson† Arizona
Federal Correctional InstitutionVictorville† California
Federal Correctional InstitutionWaseca†† Minnesota
Federal Correctional InstitutionWilliamsburg South Carolina
Federal Correctional InstitutionYazoo City Low Mississippi
Federal Correctional InstitutionYazoo City Medium Mississippi

 

Federal Prison Camps

Federal Prison Camps (FPCs) are minimum-security facilities, which have dormitory housing, a relatively low staff-to-inmate ratio, and limited or no perimeter fencing. These institutions are work- and program-oriented; and many are located adjacent to larger institutions or on military bases, where inmates help serve the labor needs of the larger institution or base.

 

†† Female-only facility

 

NameLocation
Federal Prison CampAlderson†† West Virginia
Federal Prison CampBryan†† Texas
Federal Prison CampDuluth Minnesota
Federal Prison CampMontgomery Alabama
Federal Prison CampPensacola Florida
Federal Prison CampYankton South Dakota

 

Administrative Facilities

Administrative facilities are institutions with special missions, such as the detention of pretrial offenders; the treatment of inmates with serious or chronic medical problems; or the containment of extremely dangerous, violent, or escape-prone inmates. Administrative facilities include Metropolitan Correctional Centers (MCCs), Metropolitan Detention Centers (MDCs), Federal Detention Centers (FDCs), and Federal Medical Centers (FMCs), as well as the Federal Transfer Center (FTC), the Medical Center for Federal Prisoners (MCFP), and the Administrative-Maximum (ADX) U.S. Penitentiary. Administrative facilities, except the ADX, are capable of holding inmates in all security categories.

 

† Includes female inmates
†† Female-only facility

 

NameLocation
Federal Detention CenterHonolulu† Hawaii
Federal Detention CenterHouston† Texas
Federal Detention CenterMiami† Florida
Federal Detention CenterOakdale† Louisiana
Federal Detention CenterPhiladelphia† Pennsylvania
Federal Detention CenterSeaTac† Washington
Federal Medical CenterButner North Carolina
Federal Medical CenterCarswell†† Texas
Federal Medical CenterDevens Massachusetts
Federal Medical CenterRochester Minnesota
US Medical Center for Federal PrisonersSpringfield Missouri
Federal Transfer CenterOklahoma City† Oklahoma
Metropolitan Correctional CenterChicago† Illinois
Metropolitan Correctional CenterNew York† New York
Metropolitan Correctional CenterSan Diego† California
Metropolitan Correctional CenterBrooklyn† New York
Metropolitan Correctional CenterGuaynabo† Puerto Rico
Metropolitan Correctional CenterLos Angeles† California

 

Federal Correctional Complexes

A number of BOP facilities belong to Federal Correctional Complexes (FCCs). At FCCs, facilities with different missions and security levels are located in close proximity to one another. FCCs increase efficiency through the sharing of services, enable staff to gain experience at facilities of differing security levels, and enhance emergency preparedness by having additional resources within close proximity.

 

NameLocation
Federal Correctional ComplexAllenwood Pennsylvania
Federal Correctional ComplexBeaumont Texas
Federal Correctional ComplexButner North Carolina
Federal Correctional ComplexColeman Florida
Federal Correctional ComplexFlorence Colorado
Federal Correctional ComplexForrest City Arkansas
Federal Correctional ComplexLompoc California
Federal Correctional ComplexOakdale Louisiana
Federal Correctional ComplexPetersburg Virginia
Federal Correctional ComplexPollock Louisiana
Federal Correctional ComplexTerre Haute Indiana
Federal Correctional ComplexTucson Arizona
Federal Correctional ComplexVictorville California
Federal Correctional ComplexYazoo City Mississippi

 

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