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Florida Federal Facilities

The state of Florida has two types of federal prison facilities. First, there are six federal prisons in Florida. Then they also have two residential reentry management field offices.

All federal prison facilities in Florida are managed and operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. They also maintain all Florida federal prison inmate records. Anyone wishing to perform a Florida federal prison inmate search can contact the Federal Bureau of Prisons or check on their website and use the built-in inmate locator feature.

Federal Prisons

There are eight federal prisons in Florida. Each one has different levels of custody and holds various types of federal inmates. Federal prisons hold prisoners who have broken federal laws in Florida. The list of federal prisons in Florida include:

  • Coleman FCC - complex with for units.
  • Marianna FCI - A medium-security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum-security satellite camp with 95 male and female inmates.
  • Miami FCI - A low security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum-security satellite camp holding 1,144 male inmates.
  • Pensacola FPC - A minimum-security federal prison camp holding 593 male inmates.
  • Tallahassee FCI - A low security federal correctional institution with a detention center holding 845 male and female inmates.

Residential Reentry Management Field Offices

Residential reentry management field offices in Florida work as a liaison between the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the federal courts, U.S. Marshals Service, state and local corrections and other community groups. They support the FOB, inmates, and the administration. The two offices in Florida are:

  • Miami RRM.
  • Orlando RRM.

Famous Federal Prison Inmates in Florida

  • Leonard Peltier - a member of a Native American activists group convicted of killing two FBI agents in 1975. He is serving two life sentences.
  • Allen Stanford - Owner of the Stanford Financial Group found guilty in 2012 of money laundering and fraud. He is currently serving a 110-year sentence.
  • Corrine Brown - a democratic member of the House of Representatives found guilty of embezzling $300,000 in 2017. She is scheduled for release in 2023.
  • Amine El Khalifi - Al-Qaeda supporter convicted in 2012 of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. He is serving a 30-year sentence and will be released in 2038.
  • Whitey Bulger - former leader of the Winter Hill Gang and organized crime syndicate in Boston. He was imprisoned in 2013 and then murdered in 2018.

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