John B. Connally Unit, TX Inmate Roster

Updated on: June 10, 2020
John B. Connally Unit

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Holiday Closed

John B. Connally Unit Basic Information

Facility Name
John B. Connally Unit
Facility Type
State Prison
Address
899 FM 632, Kenedy, TX, 78119
Phone
830-583-4003
Capacity
2848
Date Established
1995
Employees
602
Offender Gender
Male Offenders
City
Kenedy
Postal Code
78119
State
Texas
Country
Karnes County
Official Website
Website
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Are you looking for an inmate in the John B. Connally Unit? Inmates in this prison have their information overseen by the state department. Those in this prison are also usually serving longer sentence times than one year.

Located in Kenedy, Texas, every time an inmate enters this prison, they’re given a complete evaluation. Everything from a mental evaluation to a physical evaluation is given. From this, inmates are given the resources they need to rehabilitate on the outside walls of prison.

Basics of John B. Connally Unit

Just like any other prison, there is basic contact information for the jail. You can use this information to get in touch with an inmate or to call and ask specific information.

Address of the jail:

John B. Connally Unit

899 FM 632, Kenedy, TX, 78119

Phone number of the jail:

830-583-4003

Address for mailing an inmate:

Inmate Name, ID Number

John B. Connally Unit

899 FM 632, Kenedy, TX, 78119

Now that you know some of the basic information of the jail, you may want to use the inmate search to find an inmate. All inmates in a state prison have their information available in a database. With the correct info, you should have no problem finding an inmate.

How to Find a Facility

Finding a facility within Texas is possible thanks to the search engine. The Prison Facility Locator helps you identify the facility that the inmate may be at.

There is also an inmate locator that you can use to locate an inmate. You do need to agree to a disclaimer, but once you do this, you’ll be able to find an inmate.

You can search for an inmate inmate number, first name, last name, or middle name. Making sure you know how to spell this information will help you find an inmate even better.

Once you find an inmate, you’ll be able to send them money, send mail, and much more. Locating the inmate is always the most difficult part.

All About Sending Money to an Inmate in John B. Connally Unit

Sending money to an inmate is probably easier than you thought. Inmates are allowed to receive money. This helps them buy items from the commissary and even help pay extra fees associated with being in jail.

No service fee - One way you can send money doesn’t involve a service fee. It’s called Lock Box and you can send money via money order, cashier check, or even personal check. You can also mail funds to the facility.

Electronic funds - John B. Connally Unit also has it setup that you can send money via electronic funds transfer.

Sending a Package to an Inmate

You may be wondering how you can send a package to an inmate. Well, you’re in luck! Sending a package to an inmate in the John B. Connally Unit is simple.

John B. Connally Unit has approved package vendors. This simply means that certain companies have been approved to help you send packages to inmates.

Again, John B. Connally Unit is unique in the fact that they offer so many different avenues for sending packages.

John B. Connally Unit is unique in how you can send package to an inmate. Here is the basic list of options available for sending packages:

Each website allows you to send a variety of different items to an inmate. Each item is carefully selected by the state of Texas. This is the easiest way to get items to the inmate is by sending it through these website/programs.

How to Send Actual Mail to an Inmate in John B. Connally Unit

If you don’t want to send a package and just want to send a letter, you’ll want to pay attention to this section.

Mail can only be sent in a basic white envelope. There are different facilities in which you will want to send the mail. Knowing which facility the inmate resides in, is important.

Calling an Inmate

Every inmate in the John B. Connally Unit has the ability to talk to friends and family on the phone. Of course, this is considering the inmate is in good standing with the prison.

Like most prisons though, you cannot call an inmate, they need to be able to call you. If you’d like more information on the system used in the John B. Connally Unit, go here.

Calling an inmate can help them while they’re in prison and help keep their moral up. The types of calls that can be made are collect only. Inmates don’t have a phone number you can call. You can always wait for the inmate to call you to get the inmate release date.

Please note that it does cost money for an inmate to call you. It can be expensive, but it’s better than not being able to talk to an inmate. Just make sure you pay attention to the fees, so you’re not surprised later down the road.

Getting in Touch with the Ombudsman

You may contact the John B. Connally Unit Office of the Ombudsman by calling 830-583-4003. You can also complete the Ombudsman Contact Form. Please also consider writing to the Ombudsman at:

Texas Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Office of the Ombudsman

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If you aren’t familiar with an Ombudsman, you should know what they do. The official definition is “an official appointed to investigate individuals' complaints against maladministration, especially that of public authorities.” Basically, they can help you with any issues that you may have.

Any other information you have, you should be able to find on the website. Finding an inmate and getting in touch with them is easier than ever, thanks to technology.

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