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Jim Ferguson Unit FE Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: July 15, 2020
Jim Ferguson Unit FE
936-348-3751
12120 Savage Drive, Midway, TX, 75852
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The Jim Ferguson Unit FE is situated in Madison County, Texas. The Jim Ferguson Unit FE can house up to 2100 offenders.

The Jim Ferguson Unit FE is a minimum and medium-security state facility. The inmates housed in the Jim Ferguson Unit FE will typically have the option to be on the work-release program. The work-release program is where the offender can work outside of the facility in the community but report back to the facility when their workday is over.

For an offender to qualify for the above work release program, they will need to have met certain standards.

If an offender did not meet those standards, they could have a chance to get a job within the Jim Ferguson Unit FE facility as well. These jobs inside the Jim Ferguson Unit FE can be anything from working with horses, maintenance, clothing/garment manufacturing, and working in a warehouse.

Jim Ferguson Unit FE — General Information

Jim Ferguson Unit FE, State Prison.
Adult, Capacity 2100 persons.
12120 Savage Drive, Midway, TX, 75852
http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/unit_directory/fe.html
936-348-3751

Searching for an offender can sometimes be one of the hardest tasks, you will ever have to complete. Since the Jim Ferguson Unit FE is a state-operated facility, the task is not so daunting.

The Texas Department of Corrections will be the agency that operates the Jim Ferguson Unit FE, which means, they will be the agency that is responsible for having a database of all inmates they have in custody.

You can find the database located on the Texas Department of Corrections website. When searching the database, please keep in mind that there will be inmates from other state-owned facilities within the state of Texas as well.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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All incoming and outgoing mail from the Jim Ferguson Unit FE will be checked for contraband. All incoming mail will be required to have the return address listed on the envelope. You should address the envelope to the inmate and have their DC number on it as well to ensure it gets to the offender.

Sending Money

The Jim Ferguson Unit FE has three different ways to send money to an inmate.

The first way to send money is via the telephone. You will need to call 936-348-3751. You will need to use a credit card to use this method. Also, please note that this method also will incur a processing fee.

The second way is to mail your money order to the following address:

Texas Department of Correction:

Jim Ferguson Unit FE

12120 Savage Drive, Midway, TX, 75852

The third and final way is to use their online money portal. You will need to use a credit card to use this method. Also, please note that this method also will incur a processing fee.

Phone calls

The Jim Ferguson Unit FE has set hours for the offenders to utilize the phone. During these hours, offenders will be permitted to make phone calls home.

All calls inmates will make will be recorded and monitored by prison staff.

Visitation

Visiting at the Jim Ferguson Unit FE will be held between the hours of 12 pm to 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

It is recommended to arrive at the Jim Ferguson Unit FE about a half-hour early to be ready when visitation opens.

You will need to get in contact with the Jim Ferguson Unit FE as the offenders will alternate weekends.

Visiting Hours

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9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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