Federal Prison Camp for Women, Bryan

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The Bryan Federal Prison Camp holds female offenders. Many of the women who serve time in the Federal Prison Camp for women are serving time for white-collar offenses. Those types of offenses include mail fraud, tax fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, and so forth. Many others serve time for drug-related offenses. Since it’s a minimum-security camp, there won’t be much volatility or violence. Still, people who are in the camp may struggle. They struggle because they miss home. They struggle because they miss their family members. They struggle because they’re living in federal prison. At PrisonProfessors.com, we’re hopeful that others will learn from the strategies that powered us through prison. We served time and we got out successfully. We show others how they can do the same. If you’re going to Bryan, and you would like to send us your review, please reach out to us.

Inmate Gender:Female Offenders

Total Camp Capacity: 939
Total Camp Population as of May 25th, 2018: 853

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Judicial District: TX

County: BRAZOS

BOP Region: South Central Region

User Reviews

  • 1. My name is:Sandra
  • 2. I arrived on:February 25, 2017
  • 3. I’m scheduled to leave on:March 14, 2018
  • 4.My judge sentenced me to serve how many months? 18 months
  • 5. In the past, I’ve been confined at the following institutions:I’ve never been confined.
  • 6. I was convicted of the following offense:I was convicted of tax fraud.
  • 7. Pros of the facility:I don’t know any pros in the facility. I had every minute that I’m in prison.
  • 8. Cons of the facility:Everything in FPC Bryan is terrible. Honestly, I’m just grateful for the downtime to read. I’ve never experienced anything like this before. Never! I served eight years active-duty in the Army. I’ve been in the Federal Prison Camp for Women in Bryan and I’ve hated every minute.
  • 9.Food assessment of the facility:All I’ve eaten is chips, candy, and candy bars. I finally had tuna last week.
  • 10.Recreational opportunities at the facility:There are is a track. It’s made of gravel. I can’t run because I have bad knees and they hurt.
  • 11.Programs available in the facility:The only programs include the RDAP program and the GED program. Everyone wants to take RDAP because it can let them get out of prison early, likey 18 months or two years early with halfway house. But not everyone gets in. You don’t get in unless you prepare before.
  • 12.Best jobs in the facility:There aren’t any good jobs in the Federal Prison Camp in Byran Texas. I hate it.
  • 13.Living Quarters in the facility:The living quarters are bad. There is an open bay for the common areas. The women in the federal prison camp in Byran sleep in four-people rooms. The rooms are about the size of a walk-in closet.
  • 14.How would I assess safety in the facility? :Well, it’s a minimum-security federal prison camp. So I guess it’s safe. People walk and around they do their own thing. I haven’t seen any crimes in the camp. But people sometimes just walk away because there isn’t any fence around the prison.
  • 15.What types of pressure did I feel in the facility?:I don’t feel pressure because I stay to myself and I mind my own business. I’m a woman in a federal prison camp.
  • 16.What is my general review?:I honestly can’t give a general review because I absolutely hate it here. I’ve been told to embrace the journey. But I’m not interested in embracing it. So I do my time alone. I read. I write. I work out. I stay to myself and speak when others speak to me. I don’t ask questions. I stay away from staff. This works for me. But I hate it.
  • 17.On a scale of 1 to 10, I’d give the facility a rating of: 1
  • 18.Personal Blog:
  • 1. My name is: Michael Santos
  • 2. I arrived on:I never served time in a women’s federal prison.
  • 3. I’m scheduled to leave on:I served time in male prisons, but finished my prison term in August of 2013.
  • 4.My judge sentenced me to serve how many months? I served a 45-year prison term, which required me to stay inside for 26 years.
  • 5. In the past, I’ve been confined at the following institutions:I served time in many different federal prisons. I wrote about all of those experiences in many books. I also tell the story in articles or webinars. But I was in prison for decades, and I was in prisons of every security level. There is always a way to make progress.
  • 6. I was convicted of the following offense:A jury convicted me of many crimes, and I pleaded guilty to other crimes. My crimes related to the distribution of cocaine back in the 1980s. I made bad decisions as a young man.
  • 7. Pros of the facility:I’m writing this additional review because I read the review from Sandra. It’s tough for women to serve time in federal prison. I understand. Yet the key to a successful journey through prison is a mental attitude. I write and speak a lot about the importance of advancing through prison with a solid plan. I hope you find value through the abundance of information on PrisonProfessors.com
  • 8. Cons of the facility:There are cons everywhere. Prison is difficult because the sentence separates us from the people we love. But if a person can learn strategies to prepare for success in federal prison, the journey will improve.
  • 9. Food assessment of the facility:No one should expect prison food to compare to food in the real world. It’s institutional. But find ways to be grateful. Stress becomes difficult when we don’t know how to live in gratitude.
  • 10. Recreational opportunities at the facility:I could exercise anywhere, even when I was locked in the hole. But if there is a running track and fresh air, it’s better. The female camp in Bryan offers that liberty. Take advantage of it.

  • 11. Programs available in the facility:I prefer self-directed programs. Learn to write. Learn to think creatively. Learn to prepare for success while living in struggle.
  • 12. Best jobs in the facility:The best job in prison, for me, was always a job that gave me the highest level of liberty. I wanted free time while I was in prison. I used that free time to write books. I wrote about how to prepare for a successful journey.
  • 13. Living Quarters in the facility:It’s prison. Living quarters may be cramped. They will not include privacy. But they will likely be okay.
  • 14. How would I assess safety in the facility? :Living a female prison camp is like living in an office park. Some people will get along, others will not get along. But at least it is not dangerous.
  • 15. What types of pressure did I feel in the facility?:Pressure relates to missing home.
  • 16. What is my general review?:I want you to remember that prison is what you make of it. Make the most of your journey and never be discouraged.
  • 17. On a scale of 1 to 10, I’d give the facility a rating of:7
  • 18.Personal Blog:

BRYAN FPC

A low security federal prison camp with an adjacent minimum security satellite camp.

Find Us

1100 URSULINE AVENUE, BRYAN, TX 77803

Phone

979-823-1879

Email

BRY/PublicInformation@bop.gov

HOW TO SEND THINGS HERE

Freight and non-USPS parcels
STAFF NAME

BRYAN FPC

Federal Prison Camp

1100 URSULINE AVENUE

BRYAN, BRAZOS, TX 77803

Inmate Mail
INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER

BRYAN FPC

Federal Prison Camp

P.O. BOX 2149

BRYAN, BRAZOS, TX 77805

Inmate Money
Do NOT send money to an inmate using this facility’s address. All funds sent through the mail must be addressed to a processing center in Des Moines, Iowa. This applies to all Federal inmates, regardless of where they are incarcerated.
Staff Mail
STAFF NAME

BRYAN FPC

Federal Prison Camp

P.O. BOX 2197

BRYAN, BRAZOS, TX 77805

Visiting Schedule
FCI General Visiting Hours*

Sunday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Federal Holiday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
FCI CAMP Visiting Hours*

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