Federal Medical Center Carswell
Federal Medical Center, Carswell (FMC Carswell) is a United States federal prison in Fort Worth, Texas. Established in 1994, this facility primarily houses female inmates of all security levels. With an adjacent minimum-security satellite camp, FMC Carswell provides medical and mental health services to its inmate population.
The history of FMC Carswell dates back to its establishment as a specialized medical facility within the federal prison system. Serving as the sole federal medical center for women in the United States, it is crucial in providing comprehensive healthcare to female inmates.
Visitation at FMC Carswell is essential to maintaining connections between inmates and their loved ones. While specific visitation schedules may vary, interested individuals can find up-to-date information on the official website of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. It is essential to check the guidelines and restrictions before planning a visit.
As of today, the visitation schedule at Federal Medical Center, Carswell, is as follows:
- Visits on weekends and federal holidays occur from 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
- Weekday visits are scheduled from 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
The inmate population at FMC Carswell fluctuates over time due to various factors, including transfers, releases, and new admissions. As of the latest available information, the facility houses many female offenders.
For further information about the Federal Detention Center, Carswell, 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 Texas.
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