Pam Lychner State Jail Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: October 20, 2021
Pam Lychner State Jail


2350 Atascocita Road, Humble, TX, 77396

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Situated in Humble, Texas, you will find the Pam Lychner State Jail.

The Pam Lychner State Jail is classified as a minimum-custody state facility. This Pam Lychner State Jail is a state facility that only houses adult male inmates who are no younger than 18 years of age.

The Pam Lychner State Jail can comfortably hold around 2276 inmates.

The Pam Lychner State Jail is prideful on the vocational opportunities that they give their inmates. These inmates can be a part of many vocational programs that will garner the skills that they can take with them when they get officially released from the institution.

All inmates in the Pam Lychner State Jail will be kept in an open dormitory-style living situation.

Even inmates in the Pam Lychner State Jail will have the chance to work outside the institution in positions that are heavily supervised.

Most of the inmates in the Pam Lychner State Jail will work in one of the correctional industries programs.

Pam Lychner State Jail — General Information

Facility Name Pam Lychner State Jail
Facility Type State Prison
Capacity 2276
Address 2350 Atascocita Road, Humble, TX, 77396
Phone 281-454-5036
City Humble
Postal Code 77396
State Texas
County Harris County
Official Website

Inmate Search

To get the information you need on an inmate in the Pam Lychner State Jail, you will need to check out the roster that the Texas Department of Corrections has graciously provided you.

This roster is updated daily and gives you nearly all the information you will be needed on an inmate. Just know the inmate’s name to easily locate them in the roster.

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

Sending mail to the Pam Lychner State Jail is an easy process. All incoming mail will require you to have your return address along with the inmate’s identification number and name.

Then all mail will be checked by a correctional officer and given to the inmate a few days after it arrives at the facility.

Sending mail is a great way to stay in contact with an inmate while they are in the Pam Lychner State Jail.

Sending Money

Unlike other state facilities that use JPay. The Pam Lychner State Jail uses Access Corrections for you to deposit money into an inmate’s commissary account.

You will be able to deposit funds by your credit and debit card online, over the phone, or in person.

Phone calls

You will be permitted to have 15-minute phone conversations when an inmate calls you from the Pam Lychner State Jail. These conversations will be recorded. You will NOT be permitted to use your call features when you are talking to an inmate. Please refrain from using these features as it can have your call disconnected immediately.


All visitors will be required to have filled out a visiting application. Once their application is approved, then they will be permitted to have visitation privileges and visit the inmates on the day’s visitation is held.

You should note that the visitation schedule is going to be broken down by dorm unit. You will be required to arrive at least 15-minutes before the visiting time starts, so you can be processed fast and efficiently. If you arrive late, you will forfeit your visit.

You should also note that the visiting schedule does rotate occasionally, so you will want to contact the Pam Lychner State Jail to see which schedule is current.

Visiting Hours

Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


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