United States Penitentiary Atlanta was established in 1902. Most prisons prohibit sending money directly to an inmate; you need to follow specific directions to set up accounts and send money. For information on how to send money to an inmate at United States Penitentiary Atlanta visit: sendmoneytoaninmate.com. Visiting instructions for prisons are subject to change based on prison conditions. To find up-to-date prison visiting information, please visit: visitaninmate.com. United States Penitentiary Atlanta's phone policies allow inmates to call people on an approved call list. Inmates are responsible for the costs of these calls. To be placed on a call list or to pay for inmate calls, visit talktoaninmate.com.
United States Penitentiary Atlanta's physical address is: 601 Mcdonough Blvd SE Atlanta, GA 30315. Inmates cannot receive phone calls, but if you need to contact the prison, you can call. Inmates cannot generally receive faxes, but you may need to fax a prison information about an inmate. The fax number is 404-331-2403. Most of the prisons in the, are separated by gender. United States Penitentiary Atlanta houses male offenders. United States Penitentiary Atlanta houses medium level security offenders. There are 1940 (500 in prison camp) inmates at United States Penitentiary Atlanta.
Year Built or Opened: 1902 Security Level(s): medium
Inmate Name & Register NumberUSP AtlantaU.S. PenitentiaryP.O. Box 150160Atlanta, GA 30315
Fax Number: 404-331-2403
Email Address: ATL/[email protected]
601 Mcdonough Blvd SEAtlanta, GA 30315
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