Federal Correctional Complex Coleman

Coleman Medium Federal Prison Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: April 5, 2021
Location 846 NE 54TH TERRACE SUMTERVILLE, FL, 33521
Official Website https://www.bop.gov/locations/institutions/com/

Coleman Federal Correctional Complex, famously known as FCC Coleman, is a male federal correctional facility in Sumter County, Florida. It is strategically located in central Florida near Wildwood, about 50 miles northwest Orlando, 35 miles south of Ocala, and 60 miles northeast of Tampa.

This complex is arguably the largest correctional facility in the country, with about 7120 inmates and 1300 employees. It majestically sits on a 1600 acres stretch of land with some of the country’s tightest security structures. Most inmates incarcerated at this facility were sentenced for drug-related crimes.

Most of the offenders at the complex are male, except for the females at the female work camp. The complex is made up of the following facilities:

  • FCI Coleman Low (Federal Correctional Institution, Coleman Low); the low-security facility
  • FCI Coleman Medium (Federal Correction Institution, Coleman Medium; the medium-security facility with a minimum-security satellite prison camp.
  • United States Penitentiary I, Coleman(USP Coleman I): a high-security facility.
  • United States Penitentiary II, Coleman(USP Coleman II): a high-security facility.

How to Locate an Inmate at FCC Coleman

Like in other BOP facilities, you can get information about the inmates housed at the FCC Coleman. The Bureau of Prisons presents this information through its database. This database holds information about federal offenders dating back to 1982. if you want any information about a loved one held at this facility, you just visit the official BOP site and use the inmate locator page. Here you enter your inmate of interest’s full name or Identification number.

The search results are limited to 100 results hence the need to add extra information about an inmate in a bid to narrow down the search. You can include your loved one’s race, age, or date of birth.  Even better, you can search for an inmate using their BOP Register Number, DCDC Number, FBI Number, or INS Number. These present better and more accurate search results since they are unique for each inmate.

Can You Send a Mail/Package to an Inmate at FCC Coleman?

Most federal facilities, including FCC Coleman, allow their inmates to receive or send mails to their loved ones. There is no set limit to the number of mails you can send your loved ones. However, you have to include an inmate’s full name, registration number, and correct address.

Inmates are also permitted to access paperback books, magazines, and newspapers. However, these have to come directly from an approved publisher through mail order or a subscription. No packages are allowed except for release clothing, which is expected 30 days before the release date. No other forms of packages are allowed into this facility.

The mailing addresses are as follows:

For inmates at FCI Coleman Medium:
P.O. BOX 1032
COLEMAN, FL  33521

For inmates at FCI Coleman Medium Satellite Camp:
P.O. BOX 1027
COLEMAN, FL  33521

For inmates at USP Coleman I:

P.O. BOX 1033
COLEMAN, FL  33521

For inmates at USP Coleman II:
P.O. BOX 1034
COLEMAN, FL  33521

Can you Call an Inmate at Coleman Federal Correctional Complex?

Inmates housed at FCC Coleman are allowed to make outbound calls to their loved ones or anybody in their approved contact list. Inbound calls are not allowed, and for outbound calls, the inmates have to incur the costs through their personal accounts. Most BOP facilities, including Coleman Federal Correctional Complex, use TRULINCS as the sole inmate calls and email service providers.

Calls are limited to 15 minutes and are monitored and recorded to avoid criminal communications. Inmates are not allowed to possess cellphones at this facility, and if anyone is caught with the same, the consequences are dire.

Can You Send Money to an Inmate at Coleman Federal Correctional Complex?

Inmates at this facility are offered basic needs at their minimum, hence the need to have an extra means to get more essential items such as toiletries, hygiene items, and snacks. As such, inmates have commissary accounts, and their loved ones can make deposits into these accounts to enable them to buy these items.

Money can be deposited into an inmate’s account through the following avenues:

  • Postal Service

This facility allows you to send money to an inmate by Money Order through the United States Postal Service. The mailing address is:

Federal Bureau of Prisons
Inmate Name
Eight-Digit Register Number
Post Office Box 474701
Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001

  • MoneyGram

You can also send money electronically via MoneyGram Express Payment Program. This entails visiting MoneyGram.com and presenting the following information:

  • Account Number: Inmate’s eight-digit register number with no spaces or dashes, followed immediately by the inmate’s last name
  • City & State: Washington, DC
  • Receive Code is always: 7932
  • Company Name: Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • Beneficiary: Inmate’s full committed name


  • Western Union

Western Union also presents another credible online avenue through which you can send money to an inmate. However, there is some information that you have to present for the transfer to be successful. Such include the inmate’s full name and registration number. You can deposit funds by your debit or credit card.

Inmate Visitations at Coleman Federal Correctional Complex

Inmates at this correctional facility are allowed to receive approved visitors, including friends and visitors. An inmate is permitted about seven visiting in a month. Weekday visits deduct one point while weekend and Holiday visits each consume three points.

To visit an inmate at this facility, you have to appear on their visiting list. This list holds about 20 individuals, but friends and associates are limited to 10 slots. Only a maximum of five visitors are allowed per visit, excluding children below two years. Visitors are not allowed into the facility after 2 pm and are also expected to observe the set rules and regulations.

The visiting schedule is as follows:

  • Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, and Federal Holidays- between 8 am and 3 pm

Coleman Medium Federal Prison — General Information

Facility Name Coleman Medium Federal Prison
Facility Type Federal Prison
Address 846 NE 54TH TERRACE SUMTERVILLE, FL, 33521
Capacity 1892
City Sumterville
Postal Code 33521
State Florida
County Sumter
Official Website https://www.bop.gov/locations/institutions/com/

Visiting Hours

FCI Hours;Camp Hours

Monday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM;
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM;8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM;8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Holiday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM;8:00 AM - 3:00 PM


Refer the map below to find the driving directions.