Federal Detention Center SeaTac


Located in SeaTac, Washington, the Federal Detention Center (FDC SeaTac) is an administrative-security federal prison that houses both male and female inmates. Established in September 1997, this detention center was designed to accommodate a capacity of 1,000 inmates.

FDC SeaTac serves as a holdover facility, primarily housing individuals on pre-trial status or awaiting transfer to other correctional facilities. It also houses sentenced inmates, providing a secure environment for their confinement.

Visitation is crucial in maintaining connections between inmates and their loved ones. While specific details may vary, FDC SeaTac generally allows social visits during designated visiting hours. 

The visitation schedule at the Federal Detention Center, SeaTac, may vary, and it is always recommended to verify the latest information by contacting the facility directly or accessing official sources. However, here is a general overview of the visitation schedule:

Typically, visiting hours at FDC SeaTac are held as follows:

  • Saturday and Sunday: 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM
  • Monday and Friday: 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM

For further information about the Federal Detention Center, SeaTac, including inmate records search and visitation details, individuals can refer to the official website of the Federal Bureau of Prisons or utilize online inmate search platforms specific to the state of Washington.




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