North Carolina has three types of federal correctional facilities to hold felons that have committed federal crimes within the state. The first type is a federal correctional complex comprised of four federal prisons in North Carolina. The next is a private contracted prison. Then there is also a residential reentry management field office in North Carolina as well.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (FOB) is the agency in charge of all federal correctional facilities, inmates and North Carolina federal prison inmate records. Anyone searching for an inmate in federal prison could easily use the FOB’s inmate locator feature to perform a North Carolina federal prison inmate search online. They could also contact the FOB directly or any of the facilities.
The FOB has details on each facility on its website along with information about visitation, calls, and sending money and gifts to inmates.
There is one large federal correctional complex in North Carolina called Butner FCC with four distinct units described below:
Rivers CI is a contracted correctional institution, operated by a private corporation in North Carolina. They have 1,339 federal inmates there.
RRM Raleigh is a Residential Reentry Management (RRM) field office which acts as a liaison between the FOB, the U.S. Marshall’s Service, the U.S. courts, local and state law enforcement, and community organizations.