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For Clients Arrested in Miami

Visiting Information

Visiting at FDC Miami is limited to immediate family members. Before you can visit you must be placed on your relative’s approved visiting list. Your relative is given a visitor information form when he or she arrives at the facility. Your relative will complete his or her portion of the form and mail a copy to the potential visitor. The potential visitor completes all remaining form fields and sends the completed form back to your relative’s address (which will be listed on the form). Once the potential visitor is approved, the visitor can visit his or her relative.

Visiting Hours

Visiting hours are determined by what housing unit the person is assigned to. Visitors should check with their relatives regarding visiting hours. See this link also for visiting days and hours at FDC Miami.

Sending Money to Someone at FDC

Families and friends may send inmates funds through Western Union’s Quick Collect Program. All funds sent via Western Union’s Quick Collect will be posted to the inmate’s account within two to four hours, when those funds are sent between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. EST (seven days per week, including holidays). Funds received after 9:00 p.m. EST will be posted by 9:00 a.m. EST the following morning. Funds sent via one of the following ways:

At an agent location with cash: The inmate’s family or friends must complete a Blue Quick Collect Send Form. To find the nearest agent they may call 1-800-634-3422 or go to www.westernunion.com.

By phone using a credit/debit card: The inmate’s family or friends may simply call 1-800-634-3422.

Online using a credit/Debit card:The inmate’s family and friends may go to www.westernunion.com and select “send money to an inmate.” The facility name is “Federal Bureau of Prisons.”

For each Western Union transaction, the following information must be provided:
1) Inmate Register Number
2) Inmate Name
3) City Code: FBOP
4) State Code: DC

Families and friends may also send funds using MoneyGram. Locate the nearest agent by calling 1-800-926-9400 or visiting: www.moneygram.com. To send funds online, visit www.moneygram.com/paybills?receive Code=7932 and enter the receive code 7932 or the Federal Bureau of Prisons. First time users will have to set up a profile and an account. A MasterCard or Visa credit card is required.

For Clients Arrested in Broward County

People arrested and pending Federal cases are held in one of four facilities in Broward County. You can locate him/her by accessing the Broward County Sheriff’s Office’s website. The individual will be held at one of the following four facilities:

Visiting Rules and information on how to send money to the person’s commissary account is located on the Broward County Sheriff’s webpage.

For Clients Arrested in Palm Beach County

People arrested and pending Federal cases are usually held in one of two facilities: