The state of Pennsylvania has four different types of federal correctional facilities for federal inmates in the state. First, there are seven federal prisons in Pennsylvania. Then there are two residential reentry management field offices. There is one regional office, and one private/contracted prison, as well.
All federal prisons, inmates, and Pennsylvania federal prison inmate records are the responsibility of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FOB). They have a handy inmate locator feature on their website, making it easy to perform a Pennsylvania federal prison inmate search at any time of day or night.
There are seven different federal prisons in Pennsylvania. They all have different levels of custody and serve specific demographics. They are as follows:
There are two residential reentry management field offices in Pennsylvania that act as liaisons between the FOB, the courts, other law enforcement agencies, and local community organizations. They are called Philadelphia RRM, and Pittsburgh RRM.
Northeast RO is an administrative office providing oversight & support to facilities located in the Northeast Region (NER). They supervise approximately 23,841 offenders.
Moshannon Valley CI is the only contracted/private federal prison in the state, and it holds 1,823 federal inmates.