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DC Department of Corrections - Central Detention Facility (CDF/DC Jail)

Address :1901 D Street, SE, Washington, DC, 20001
Phone :202-673-7316
County :County

DC Department of Corrections - Central Detention Facility (CDF/DC Jail) is a low security city jail located in city of Washington, County, DC. It houses adult male inmates (above 18 years of age) who are convicted for crimes which come under District of Columbia state law. It houses the people who have been arrested and are awaiting trial, sentence or pending plea. Most of the inmates serving their time in DC Department of Corrections - Central Detention Facility (CDF/DC Jail) are sentenced for less then a year for crimes which are less serious in nature.

The prison is operated and maintained by District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC) Below we have given information about the DC Department of Corrections - Central Detention Facility (CDF/DC Jail) including inmate search, phone number, visitation rules/hours and contact information.

Type :City Jail
There are 2650 city jail in US and 1 of them in District of Columbia.

Visit a Federal Inmate In DC Department of Corrections - Central Detention Facility (CDF/DC Jail)

Each prison sets its own visiting hours. By law, an inmate gets at least four hours of visiting time per month. If you have a question about a particular prison, contact that facility directly. Review information on visiting a federal inmate to ensure your visit is a success.

For further information, please contact the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

State or local correctional systems may have different procedures for visiting an inmate.

Send Money to an Inmate In DC Department of Corrections - Central Detention Facility (CDF/DC Jail)

Federal Correctional Facilities Inmates held at a Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) facility have bank-type accounts called commissary accounts that they can use to purchase items. You can deposit money into a federal inmate's account by one of the following three funding methods:
  • MoneyGram (electronically)
  • Western Union (electronically)
  • United States Postal Service (money order through the mail)
If the inmate is at a private contract facility, please contact that facility or contract operator for instructions on how to send funds.

State and Local Correctional Facilities Options for sending money to inmates in state and local prisons vary. Please contact the appropriate state or local correctional department for more information.

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