FCI Butner Medium II



Property Details

  • Visit Days5
  • Beds-
  • # of Prisoners 1,708
  • Security Level Medium-Federal Correctional Institution
  • Prisoner TypeMedium male
  • Phone Price-
  • Visit Length6
  • Cell Size-
  • Capacity (%full)-
  • Year Built-
  • Owner TypePublic
  • LibraryYes
  • Visiting Hours
    *See information pages for more detail
    Visiting hours are Monday, Thursday and Friday from 2:30pm to 8:OOpm and on Saturday, Sunday and Federal Holidays from 8:30am to 3:OOpm. Visitors who arrive at FCI I1 Butner on Monday, Thursday and Friday after 3:15pm will not be allowed into the visiting area until after the 4:OOpm count is cleared, also no visitors will be process one hour,7:00pm, prior of visiting. s. Visiting is based on a point system. Each inmate is given 16 points a month.
  • Facilities-
  • Cell Features-
  • Recreation-
  • Foods-
  • ProgramsUNICOR, Education, Recreational, Musical, Psychology
  • Room Standards-

Phone: 919-575-8000
Fax: 919-575-8020
E-mail address: BTF/EXECASSISTANT@BOP.GOV

Inmate Mail/Parcels
Do not send funds to this address; for more information go to the Inmate Money page. Use this address when sending correspondence and parcels to inmates confined at this facility. 

INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER
FCI BUTNER MEDIUM II
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 1500
BUTNER, NC 27509

Physical Address
(Do not use for mail unless it is the same as the mailing address listed.)
Use this address for in-person visits. 

FCI BUTNER MEDIUM II
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
OLD NC HWY 75
BUTNER, NC 27509

Shipping
Use this address when shipping freight and non-USPS parcels. At most facilities, freight deliveries are generally processed through the warehouse. 

STAFF NAME
FCI BUTNER MEDIUM II
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
ATTN: WAREHOUSE
OLD HWY 75
BUTNER, NC 27509

Staff Mail
Use this address when sending correspondence and parcels to staff. 

STAFF NAME
FCI BUTNER MEDIUM II
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. 1500
BUTNER, NC 27509

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