MDC Guaynabo Inmate Search and Prison Information
652 CARRETERA 28 GUAYNABO, PR, 00965
The MDC Guaynabo became after an environmental study in 1980. This was also due to the Federal Bureau of Prisons were seeing a huge influx of new federal inmates.
The MDC Guaynabo officially opened a few years later in April of 1985. The MDC Guaynabo comes equipped with two housing units. Within each of these housing units, you will find 66 rooms.
Then in 2002, the MDC Guaynabo started really taking off. The MDC Guaynabo was employing over 300 correctional officers and responsible for housing over 1217 inmates.
You should note that the MDC Guaynabo is short for the Federal Correctional Institution, Guaynabo. The MDC Guaynabo is a medium-security federal facility. The MDC Guaynabo only houses adult male inmates who range from 18 years old and up.
Adjacent to the MDC Guaynabo, you will find a minimum-security satellite prison camp that is home to adult female inmates.
MDC Guaynabo — General Information
|Facility Name||MDC Guaynabo|
|Facility Type||Federal Prison|
|Address||652 CARRETERA 28 GUAYNABO, PR, 00965|
|State||District of Columbia|
You can easily locate an inmate who is in the MDC Guaynabo without having to make any phone calls. As long as you know the inmate’s first and last name, you can plug that information into the database that is located right here.
You will find all pertinent information that the facility deems public knowledge. Keep in mind that the inmate roster may not always display the most up to date information, so if you feel something is off, please contact the MDC Guaynabo.
Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check
Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
The MDC Guaynabo permits you to send their inmates mail. You can send them not only letters and photographs, but you can also send them books, magazines, and newspapers. These items will be required to be new and sent to the facility from the publisher and/or bookstore. All books should be noted that they need to be paperback.
When addressing your envelope ensure you make it out to the inmate with their inmate number also.
The MDC Guaynabo gives you a few different methods of sending money to an inmate. The method you will choose will be dependent on if you do not mind paying a service fee or if you are in a rush to get the money over to an inmate.
If time is not an issue and you do not want to pay any fees, you will want to send a money order to the following address:
Valid Committed Inmate Name
Inmate Eight-Digit Register Number
Post Office Box 474701
Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001
This way can take up to 30 days before the funds will be deposited into the inmates account.
If time is of the essence, you can use either Western Union or MoneyGram. It’s the same way you would send money to someone who is not in a jail facility.
The MDC Guaynabo will have access to telephones during the day. Typically, from 7 am to 10 pm. During this time, inmates can use the phones to contact home. Phone calls will be monitored and recorded for safety purposes.
You will have 15-minutes to talk to the inmate on the phone.
The visitation hours will vary from the main campus at the MDC Guaynabo and the minimum-security satellite prison camp.
Visitation hours at the MDC Guaynabo are held on Mondays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 8 am to 3 pm.
Visitation hours at the minimum-security satellite prison camp are held on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 am to 3 pm.
Tuesday — 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.