Washington Jail and Inmate Records Search

Locate Federal Jail Inmate Reports on every Jail Inmate found in Washington

Using the database one can easily find information about one of those inmates and anyone can conduct the state Washington inmate lookup. The information which can be assessed using the database includes the state WA inmate mailing address and the state Washington inmate phone number in addition to other personal information.

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Federal Bureau of Prisons FDC SeaTac Inmate Releases
An administrative security federal detention center.
SEATTLE, WA2425 SOUTH 200TH STREET
phone: 206-870-5700
fax: 206-870-5717
Federal Bureau of Prisons RRM Seattle Inmate Releases
A Residential Reentry Management (RRM) field office.
SEATTLE, WA2425 SOUTH 200 ST (AT FDC)
phone: 206-870-1011
fax: 206-870-1012

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In order to visit an inmate located in the SeaTac, Seattle federal correctional institution, you should follow several steps. First of all, conduct an inmate lookup using the database and confirm that the inmate is actually serving life in the Washington and any other information about him/her.

The next step is to get registered in the inmate’s approved visiting list. Here, you should pay special attention to the list of approved visitors, which includes family members and relatives, no more than 10 friends and associates, former employers, etc.

Thirdly, get informed about all the rules of the facility with regards to visiting an inmate. For example, there are specific regulations on the dress code, duration, behavior and physical contact.

Visiting dress code implies that the clothing your clothing should be appropriate. You should take into consideration what kind of institution you are visiting and try to avoid provocative elements in your clothing like see-through elements or low-cut dresses. In addition, the visiting person’s clothing should not look like an inmate’s clothing, so that it will be easy to identify you as a visitor when you will be speaking to an inmate.

The next step is to get registered in the inmate’s approved visiting list. Here, you should pay special attention to the list of approved visitors, which includes family members and relatives, no more than 10 friends and associates, former employers, etc.

Thirdly, get informed about all the rules of the facility with regards to visiting an inmate. For example, there are specific regulations on the dress code, duration, behavior and physical contact.

Visiting dress code implies that the clothing your clothing should be appropriate. You should take into consideration what kind of institution you are visiting and try to avoid provocative elements in your clothing like see-through elements or low-cut dresses. In addition, the visiting person’s clothing should not look like an inmate’s clothing, so that it will be easy to identify you as a visitor when you will be speaking to an inmate.

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