There are five types of federal correctional facilities in Texas. First, there are ten federal prisons. Then there are four privately contracted prisons. They also have two residential reentry management field offices, one regional office, and a medical facility. There is also an administrative building housing Human Resources and other personnel.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (FOB) is the government agency in charge of federal correctional facilities, all inmates, and Texas federal prison inmate records. They make it easy to perform a Texas federal prison inmate search using the offender locator on their website.
There are ten federal prisons in Texas. Each has different levels of custody, and some only serve males; some serve male and female inmates. They vary in number of beds and programs and services they provide. The ten federal prisons in Texas include:
There are two residential reentry management field offices that act as a liaison between the FOB, local and state law enforcement agencies, and community organizations. The two RRMs in Texas are:
There are four private prisons in Texas, and they are as follows:
These facilities serve as medical and administrative offices for inmates and FOB personnel.