Central Office, DC Prison Inmates
- District of Columbia
- Postal Code
- Phone Number
- Federal RRM
- 320 FIRST STREET, NW WASHINGTON, DC, 20534
- Official Website
About Central Office
Located in District of Columbia, Central Office is a low security facility with an adjacent satellite camp that is considered to be minimum security. Until 2014, both male and female inmates reside at this institution. Due to overcrowding, the female inmates were transferred to another federal institution. First opened in 1940, there were originally several political prisoners housed at the Central Office during World War 2.
It is very easy to find any inmate who has been in federal prison since 1982. Whether they are currently in prison or have been in prison, you can search for them online here. That website will not only help you locate an inmate at the Central Office, but it will give you information about his or her release if applicable, and provide links to how to send mail or money to an inmate.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
You can send mail to inmates at this address:
Inmate Name & Register Number
Federal Correctional Institution
320 FIRST STREET, NW WASHINGTON, DC, 20534
Sending mail to inmates is encouraged, and considered good for their well-being. Just be mindful that mail will be open and inspected by jail staff before it is delivered to an inmate.
The best way to send money to an inmate is through Moneygram. by calling 202-307-3198 or going to the Moneygram website.
Western Union is another preferable option to send money as long as you have the inmate's eight digit register number and the inmate's last name (example: 12345678DOE). You can deposit money by calling 1-800-634-3422 or going to the Western Union website.
While you can send a money order, it will take a little longer than sending money electronically. It is best not to delay in sending money to an inmate, as inmates rely on money to purchase goods in the Central Office commissary store and to make phone calls.
The best way to make sure an inmate can make phone calls to you or another loved one is by ensuring he has money in his commissary account. With that money, an inmate at the Central Office will be able to call anyone is approved on his list. If he has no funds, he will not be able to make any phone calls.
After you have used the inmate search to locate an inmate at the Central Office, then you can begin working the process to visit.
You will need to fill out a visitation form, send it in the mail, and get approved as a visitor. You will be subject to a background check. Once you pass, the inmate will be notified that you are approved, and it is responsibility to communicate that with you.
Monday — 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday — 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday — 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday — 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday — 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.