About MDC Guaynabo
MDC Guaynabo is a medium security facility that also has an adjacent camp that is considered minimum security. Between the two camps, it can house up to 1217 inmates, the majority of whom reside at the medium security plant. Southeast of Guaynabo, District of Columbia, this institution is located between Guaynabo, District of Columbia. The MDC Guaynabo has had problems with employees. In 2010, the pharmacist was arrested for stealing narcotics from the prison pharmacy. In 2012, a correction officer was found guilty of accepting bribes allowing contraband into the MDC Guaynabo. There have been no incidents in recent years.
You can easily find any person that has been an inmate at the MDC Guaynabo since 1982 by searching online here. You will be able to see an inmate’s name, age, and date of past or future release. This tool is incredibly useful for finding out just about anything you need to know about any inmate in a federal prison.
Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check
Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports
Sending a Mail/Care Package
Be aware that all mail will be inspected at the MDC Guaynabo before delivery to an inmate. That said, sending mail to inmates is encourage. You can send all mail to inmates at this address:
Inmate Name & Register Number
652 CARRETERA 28 GUAYNABO, PR, 00965
Since inmates rely so much on money you send, it’s best to send it as efficiently as possible. This would mean sending it by Moneygram or through Western Union. Sending money to inmates is important to their well-being, since their commissary accounts can be used to purchase necessities or make phone calls.
If time is not of concern, you can send a money order in the mail, but it will not reach the inmate as quickly as the other options.
Inmates use the money either to purchase items at the MDC Guaynabo commissary or to make phone calls.
Since an inmate at the MDC Guaynabo cannot receive calls, the only thing you can do to help facilitate a phone call is to make sure there is money in an inmate’s account. Without money in his commissary account, an inmate cannot call you.
After you used the inmate search tool to locate an inmate, you should submit a visitation request. Before visiting, you will need to go through a background check. Therefore, make sure you are upfront on the application about any past criminal activity you may have had. After you are approved as a visitor, the inmate will let you know and you can schedule a visit.
Tuesday — 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.