FCI Beaumont Medium, TX Inmate Roster

Updated on: February 12, 2021
FCI Beaumont Medium

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Saturday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Holiday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

FCI Beaumont Medium Basic Information

Facility Name
FCI Beaumont Medium
Facility Type
Federal Prison
Address
5830 KNAUTH ROAD BEAUMONT, TX, 77705
Phone
409-727-0101
Email
BMM/[email protected]
Capacity
1461
Date Established
1999
Offender Gender
Male Offenders
Security Level
Medium
BOP Region
South Central Region
Judicial District
Eastern Texas
City
Beaumont
Postal Code
77705
State
Texas
County
Jefferson
Official Website
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Found in Beaumont Texas, FCI Beaumont Medium is a medium-security federal correctional institution medium, located in Jefferson County. The prison houses roughly 1,600 adult male inmates and is one of the three buildings on Beaumont Federal Correctional Complex. The complex also has low and high-security facilities.

The inmates are housed in six population units and are located in three two-story buildings, these three buildings each contain two units. Of these units, each is separated into two wings that are run by a centralized control area.

The Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) is dedicated to one of these units, which is a program that helps treat inmates who struggle with drug addictions. Also, FCI Beaumont medium offers education programs to inmates.

Those who don’t have a high school diploma or GED or have to enroll in their literacy program to get promotions beyond UNICOR entry-level and work assignments within the institution.

Taking this literacy program also allows the option for vocational training for jobs of all different skill sets.

​Services Offered at FCI Beaumont Medium

These services are offered to all inmates at this facility and are used to better rehabilitate them in as safe an environment as possible:

  • Health Services
  • Psychology Services
  • RDAP
  • Education Services
  • Vocational Training
  • Apprenticeship
  • Library Services
  • Commissary
  • Recreation Services

The health services for Beaumont Medium Federal Prison include glasses, sick call, emergency medical care, physicals, immunizations, medications, and dental work. Inmates are given a health care provider who treats them specifically for the length of their time in the facility.

The psychology team offers ways to initiate self-help and can provide mental or emotional guidance to inmate’s who have mental disorders. Group therapy sessions and anger management courses are just a couple of examples of what psychology services offer.

As mentioned before, this prison offers drug addiction and educational services as well. Inmates that struggle with drug addiction can enroll in the RDAP and for those that do not have a high school diploma or GED, they must enroll in the literacy program.

There are also a number of ways inmates can get vocational training while at this facility. They can get education in many different fields of work, both blue-collar and white-collar jobs. Also, they can even work in an apprenticeship program if they wish to do so.

As for leisure, inmates have library services where they can check out books or read in a quiet location. There is also a facility dedicated to outdoor recreational activities where the inmates can engage in team sports.

Visitation Rules and Hours

As of right now, all visits have been suspended until further notice at this prison.

Visitation hours at Beaumont Medium Federal Prison are normally on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 am to 3 pm, as well as Fridays from 5 pm to 8 pm. For Saturdays and Sundays, visitors will have to arrive before 2 pm so they can be properly processed.

However, as of September 21, 2020, there are no more visitation hours available Fridays. Only Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from 8:30 am to 3 pm.

The inmates are given 12 visiting points at the start of every month. Two points get deducted for every holiday or weekend visit and one point gets deducted for each weekday visit. Every visitor must obtain an approved visitor’s application or have one on file prior to their visitation and you are only allowed five visitors at one time.

To visit an inmate, you should first search their Inmate Register Number using this tool on the facility’s website. Sometimes, inmates can be moved to another facility for the unique programs offered at that location or to get medical treatment.

Those who wish to visit an inmate have to be pre-approved, which means you will need to be cleared by the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and you must be on the inmate’s visiting list. Those who can be put on their visiting list are people like:

  • Father
  • Mother
  • Guardians
  • Siblings
  • Children
  • Spouse
  • Relatives (aunts, uncles, grandparents)
  • Up to ten friends/associates
  • Religious group members
  • Civic group members
  • Foreign officials
  • Employers
  • Parole advisors
  • Lawyers

When inmates first enter prison or are transferred to another one, they may not be able to create a visiting list. If this is the case, those who can be proven by the offender’s Pre-Sentence Report to be immediate family members can be permitted to visit. It is always a good idea to always call the facility before visiting to be sure.

For those that received a Visitor Information Form from an inmate, you will have to fill out the form fields not already done by the inmate and send it back to them. There should be an address located on the form which will be the inmate’s address that you can send the form to.

Your Visitor Form will then be reviewed and the inmate will be told whether or not the form was approved. Then, it is up to the inmate to notify you of the status of the form.

Dress Code for Visitors

Visitors must wear clothes that are appropriate to wear around men, women, and younger children. Wearing any of these types of clothing in the visiting room could cause your visitation to be denied.

  • Halter tops
  • Shorts that are too revealing
  • Bathing suits
  • See-through attire
  • Crop tops
  • Exceedingly low-cut dresses or shirts
  • Spandex
  • Skirts above the knee two inches or more
  • Backless shirts
  • Hats
  • Sleeveless shirts
  • Clothing similar to inmates’ clothing

An inmate is allowed, by law, at least four visitation hours per month. Typically, the prison can allow for more, but it is up to the warden to restrict visit lengths of visits or the amount of people visiting at once.

During the visit, both the inmate and visitor should keep the visit quiet and dignified as to not disturb any other visitations going on nearby. If either the visitor or inmate begin acting disorderly, the visit can be cut short.

As for physical contact, most hugs, handshakes, and kisses are permitted so long as they are not overly affectionate and disturb others. Staff can also limit contact if needed to prevent possible contraband from being brought in or to keep the visitation room orderly.

When you arrive for a visit you must provide a valid photo ID such as a valid driver’s license, a federal or state ID card, a resident alien card, or a current passport. Mexican Consular identifications or birth certificates will not be accepted as valid forms of ID.

FCI Beaumont Medium Address:

5830 Knauth Road
Beaumont, TX  77705
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/tHJsVGjajX72

FCI Beaumont Medium Phone Number and Email Address:

Phone: 409-727-0101
Fax: 409-720-5000
Email: [email protected]

Inmate Mailing Address:

Inmate Name, Register Number
FCI Beaumont Medium
Federal Correctional Institution
P.O. Box 26040
Beaumont, TX 77720

Inmates can receive as much mail as they wish, however, any correspondence has to have their complete name, facility name, registration number, and facility address. The inmate is not allowed to receive any packages except for necessary medical supplies or release clothing.

Federal Offender Lookup

The Federal Offender Lookup can be found here and it allows you to find an inmate by name or by registration number if they were released before 1982. The information that will come up if your search is successful will be the inmates:

  • Name
  • Register Number
  • Age
  • Race
  • Sex
  • Release Date
  • Location

Most of this information is self-explanatory but the release date can show up with a few different results. More times than not, the release date of their sentence will show up for a full sentence (the inmate could be released earlier though, due to parole or good conduct).

If the release date is in the past and there is not a location specified in the next search field, the inmate is no longer in BOP custody but could be on house arrest or something of the sort.

Location can also show up with a few different results. If an inmate is still in BOP custody, the address of their facility will show up but if they were released, the location should show up as “RELEASED”.

Sending Money to An Inmate

Beaumont Medium Federal Prison will give every prisoner the minimum for personal hygiene items, clothing, and feed them three times per day. These are just the bare essentials though and sending an inmate money can greatly help their comfort level while at the facility.

  • United States Postal Service

You must not send money using the prison’s address and all money sent through mail has to be addressed to the address listed below. This address is a processing center where your money will go first to be redistributed to the proper place:

Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP)
Inmate name
Inmate number
P.O. Box 474701
Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001

If you are experiencing any trouble or have questions about this process, a guide is provided here that explains the process in detail.

The other ways to send an inmate money are electronically and these ways are becoming much more popular because of their convenience. There are two electronic ways to send money in total.

  • MoneyGram

You can use MoneyGram to send inmates money electronically. Money is processed and received seven days a week and sent between 7am to 9pm EST, which is then posted within two to four hours. If funds are sent past 9pm, they will be posted the following morning at 7am.

Before you send money to an inmate through MoneyGram, first, make sure that you wait until they physically arrive at the prison. You will need to gather the inmate’s full name and their eight-digit register number as well.

You will need to finish a MoneyGram ExpressPayment Blue Form which will require you to fill in the following information:

  • The inmate’s eight-digit register number
  • The inmate’s full name
  • Company Name (This will always be Federal Bureau of Prisons)
  • City & State (This will always be Washington, DC)
  • Receive Code (This will always be 7932)
  • Western Union

Using the Quick Collect Program from Western Union you can send money to inmates electronically. Western Union has a form on their website devoted to sending inmates money, which you can access directly right here.

Funds are processed in the same time frames as MoneyGram (7am to 9pm seven days a week) and you will need to know the inmate’s full name, register number, and the code city (this is always FBOP, DC)

The money that inmates receive can be saved or spent on emails, phone calls, or commissary. The commissary is where offenders are allowed to buy pleasantries like snacks, beverages, items for personal hygiene, over the counter medications, and other various things to make their life more comfortable.

Stay on the lookout for any suspicious activity and how much money is being spent by the inmate, however. This money can be used to buy products from the commissary that can be traded for drugs or other contraband that are smuggled in by other inmates.

Calling an Inmate

Third-party call arrangements are not permitted to any inmate but they are allowed telephone privileges to keep in contact with loved ones and their community. Usually, the inmate pays for these calls, but in some cases the receiver can also pay.

Inmates have to only call approved numbers but to get a number approved, all they must do is add that phone number and contact to their TRULINCS contact list. Inmates can also receive and send emails through this method as well.

Careers at FCI Beaumont Medium

There are many different jobs you can work at FCI Beaumont Medium, for those that are interested, check any available listings at USAjobs.gov.

Most positions will be full-time but will usually offer solid salaries and a good benefits package. There is, of course, some danger to working in a prison but most workers will say that jobs in this facility are rewarding and it is seldom any incidents do occur.

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