FMC Carswell Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: May 7, 2022
FMC Carswell



The FMC Carswell is short for Federal Correctional Institution Fort Worth.

The Federal Correctional Institution Fort Worth started operation near the end of the 1980 Olympics, but the facility did not see their first inmates for a few months after.

Then in 2010, the FMC Carswell celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of their opening. Only a few years later in 2016, the Federal Correctional Institution was one of the first facilities to try out the pilot Pell Grant program, which would allow inmates to take college classes thanks to the Tarrant Community College.

The FMC Carswell is a medium-security federal prison nestled in Essex County, New York.

Over the years, the Federal Bureau of Prison started receiving many complaints about the living conditions that were at the FMC Carswell.

FMC Carswell — General Information

Facility Name FMC Carswell
Facility Type Federal Prison
Capacity 1627
Phone 817-782-4000
City Fort Worth
Postal Code 76127
State Texas
County Tarrant
Official Website

Inmate Search

Searching for a federal inmate is easier than ever now. Now that everyone is connected to the internet, you can easily log on to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website and do a quick inmate search.

If you know either the inmate’s number of the inmate’s name, you can easily locate them within in seconds in the database.

The database is full of identifying information on the inmate. Keep in mind, that the database may not display the most up to date information if something recently changed. The database is updated on a regular basis though.

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Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

All mail that is sent to the FMC Carswell will be opened by a correctional officer.

Even legal mail is opened by a correctional officer, but the inmate will be present for that opening.

All mail is then examined and checked for safety. If contraband is found in the mail, it will be properly disposed of.

All mail should be made out to the inmate and the inmate number on the envelope as well.

Sending Money

While you may think that an inmate in the Federal Correctional Institution does not need money, you would be highly incorrect. They will need money. While the FMC Carswell oversees giving inmates their three meals a day, inmates will need hygiene products and other items that they may want.

They can purchase these said items from the commissary. The commissary will have all their needs.

You can deposit money through Western Union, sending a money order, or MoneyGram.

Phone calls

Inmates at the FMC Carswell can have the chance to call you using the telephones in the common areas. These telephones will require them to have money in their account to make these calls.

Inmates will be able to call home for 15-minutes. The facility has capped inmates at 300 minutes a month between the months of January to October. The facility will give inmates an additional 100 minutes a month in November and December.


Inmates at the FMC Carswell can have visits from approved visitors. To be on the approved list, you will need to fill out your visitor application and wait to hear back.

Once you hear back, you will be allowed to visit on the weekends (Saturday & Sunday) between 8:30 am to 3 pm.

Visiting Hours

FMC Hours;Camp Hours

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.

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