Federal U.S. Prisons By State

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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.

Source: usa.gov

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FEDERAL PRISONS BY STATE

Alabama
Aliceville FCI
Montgomery FPC
Montgomery RRM
Talladega FCI

Arkansas
Forrest City FCC

Arizona
Phoenix FCI
Phoenix RRM
Safford FCI
Tucson FCC

California
Atwater USP
Dublin FCI
Herlong FCI
Lompoc FCC
Long Beach RRM
Los Angeles MDC
Mendota FCI
Sacramento RRM
San Diego MCC
Taft CI
Terminal Island FCI
Victorville FCC
Western RO

Colorado
Denver RRM
Englewood FCI
Florence FCC
MSTC

Connecticut
Danbury FCI

District of Columbia
Central Office HQ

Florida
Coleman FCC
Marianna FCI
Miami FCI
Miami FDC
Miami RRM
Orlando RRM
Pensacola FPC
Tallahassee FCI

Georgia
Atlanta RRM
Atlanta USP
D. Ray James CI
Glynco
Jesup FCI
McRae CI
Southeast RO

Hawaii
Honolulu FDC

Illinois
Chicago MCC
Chicago RRM
Greenville FCI
Marion USP
Pekin FCI
Thomson AUSP

Indiana
Terre Haute FCC

Kansas
Kansas City RRM
Leavenworth USP
North Central RO

Kentucky
Ashland FCI
Big Sandy USP
Lexington FMC
Manchester FCI
McCreary USP

Louisiana
Oakdale FCC
Pollock FCC

Massachusetts
Devens FMC

Maryland
Baltimore RRM
Cumberland FCI
Mid-Atlantic RO
Washington, DC RRM

Michigan
Detroit RRM
Milan FCI

Minnesota
Duluth FPC
Minneapolis RRM
Rochester FMC
Sandstone FCI
Waseca FCI

Missouri
Springfield MCFP
St Louis RRM

Mississippi
Adams County CI
Yazoo City FCC

North Carolina
Butner FCC
Raleigh RRM
Rivers CI

New Hampshire
Berlin FCI

New Jersey
Fairton FCI
Fort Dix FCI

New Mexico
Cibola County CI

New York
Brooklyn MDC
New York MCC
New York RRM
Otisville FCI
Ray Brook FCI

Ohio
Cincinnati RRM
Elkton FCI

Oklahoma
El Reno FCI
Great Plains CI
Oklahoma City FTC

Oregon
Sheridan FCI

Pennsylvania
Allenwood FCC
Canaan USP
Lewisburg USP
Loretto FCI
McKean FCI
Moshannon Valley CI
Northeast RO
Philadelphia FDC
Philadelphia RRM
Pittsburgh RRM
Schuylkill FCI

Puerto Rico
Guaynabo MDC

South Carolina
Bennettsville FCI
Edgefield FCI
Estill FCI
Williamsburg FCI

South Dakota
Yankton FPC

Tennessee
Memphis FCI
Nashville RRM

Texas
Bastrop FCI
Beaumont FCC
Big Spring CI
Big Spring FCI
Bryan FPC
Carswell FMC
Dallas RRM
Eden CI
Fort Worth FCI
Giles W. Dalby CI
Grand Prairie
Houston FDC
Houston RRM
La Tuna FCI
Reeves I & II CI
Reeves III CI
San Antonio RRM
Seagoville FCI
South Central RO
Texarkana FCI
Three Rivers FCI

Utah
Salt Lake City RRM

Virginia
Lee USP
Petersburg FCC

Washington
SeaTac FDC
Seattle RRM

Wisconsin
Oxford FCI

West Virginia
Alderson FPC
Beckley FCI
Gilmer FCI
Hazelton FCC
McDowell FCI
Morgantown FCI

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