FEDERAL U.S. PRISONS BY STATE INCLUDING WEBSITES
FACTS & STATISTICS ON FEDERAL PRISONS- 2015
There were 210,567 prisoners incarcerated in Federal Prisons in 2015.
A large majority of prisoners in the federal prison population are male (93.3%).
Equal proportions of prisoners in the federal prison population are Black (34.5%)
or Hispanic (35.2%), followed by White (26.9%), and Other Races (3.4%).
More than three-quarters (76.7%) of these offenders are United States citizens.
Most incarcerated non-citizens were from Mexico (71.0%), followed by Colombia (4.1%), and the Dominican Republic (3.6%).
Average Age Of Federal Prisoners
The average age of incarcerated prisoners is 40 years. One in five prisoners (19.4%) is 50 or older and 5.6% of all prisoners are 60 or older.
Criminal History Of Federal Prisoners
Almost one-third of federal prisoners (31.7%) have little or no prior criminal history.
FEDERAL PRISONS BY STATE
Forrest City FCC
District of Columbia
Central Office HQ
Terre Haute FCC
Cibola County CI
Big Spring CI
Big Spring FCI
Fort Worth FCI
Giles W. Dalby CI
La Tuna FCI
Reeves I & II CI
Reeves III CI
San Antonio RRM
South Central RO
Three Rivers FCI