Maryland Federal Prisons | Federal Prisons in Maryland

Maryland houses one stand-alone federal prison and one federal prison camp. These Maryland federal prisons are overseen by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office. In total, 1,067 inmates are housed inside these federal prisons in Maryland.
Maryland Federal Prisons | Federal Prisons in Maryland

Maryland Federal Prisons by Security Level

Medium-Security Federal Prisons in Maryland

  • FCI Cumberland (Cumberland, MD)

 
Minimum-Security Federal Prisons in Maryland

  • FCI Cumberland Camp (Cumberland, MD)

 

Federal Prisons in Maryland

FCI Cumberland
Federal Correctional Institution Cumberland (FCI Cumberland) is a medium-security level federal prison located in Cumberland, Maryland. It is overseen by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office. FCI Cumberland is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 926 male inmates.
 
FCI Cumberland Camp
Federal Correctional Institution Cumberland Camp (FCI Cumberland Camp) is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Cumberland, Maryland. It is overseen by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office. FCI Cumberland Camp is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 171 male inmates.
 

List of Maryland Federal Prisons

There is one federal prison and one federal prison camp in Maryland. They are overseen by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. By clicking on the below links, you will be taken to each facilities’ detailed profile where you can learn about specific facility offerings (e.g., recreational, educational, psychological), contact details (e.g., facility street address, inmate mailing address, phone number, etc.), and other information (e.g., housing unit structure, prison culture, etc.). Both facilities are Medical Care Level 2 facilities, meaning that they can care for inmates with less serious chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
 

Federal Correctional Institution, Cumberland is located in Western Maryland in Allegany County 130 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. The facility also includes a minimum-security camp. Both serve male inmates. Everyone incarcerated at FCI Cumberland without their high school diplomas must work toward their GED. In addition, inmates must take part in academic and other enrichment programs. There is a UNICOR factory on-site that manufactures license plates. Many inmates are employed within the UNICOR facility. Inmates at this facility are housed in two- and three-person cubicles. The facility also offers the Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program (RDAP), where eligible inmates can earn a one-year time credit for program completion. Indoor and outdoor recreational programs are available to inmates.
 

Federal Correctional Institution, Cumberland Camp is in western Maryland in Allegany County 130 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. It is located adjacent to the FCI Cumberland medium-security facility. The nonviolent male offenders housed at the camp are subject to fewer restrictions but are still expected to pursue academic and vocational goals, maintain a prison job, and participate in life skills and other enrichment programs designed to lead to a successful reentry. Inmates at the camp are housed in a dormitory setting. The camp also offers an RDAP program for eligible inmates. Both leisure and law libraries are available to the inmate population. Sex offenders, violent prisoners, and those with histories of escape are not permitted to be housed at the minimum-security level.
 

Wikipedia Pages About Each Prison

You can find Wikipedia pages for each Maryland federal prison below. These Wikipedia web pages are helpful in obtaining background information about each facility, such as what the facility is, when it was built, and current notable inmates. We advise you to depend on our comprehensive prison profiles because they are more extensive, frequently updated, and verified by our federal prison consultants. Our comprehensive prison profiles provide physical address, inmate correspondence address, staff mailing address, educational and psychological programs, substance abuse treatment programs, inmate housing unit structure, and much more.