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Alabama State Prison Information

 The state prisons in Alabama are governed and managed by the Alabama Department of Corrections. It is responsible for the confinement of convicted felons in Alabama State. There are around fourteen state prisons in Alabama of which the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in Escambia County is an only-woman prison and the Limestone Correctional Facility in Madison County is the largest Prison in Alabama.

Limestone Correctional Facility

The Limestone Correctional Facility opened in October 1984 and is a closed custody correctional facility. The inmates of this prison are locked down only during the night when everyone is sleeping. It used to be one of the two facilities that used to separate HIV positive inmates from the general inmate population. This practice stopped as it was found to violate the Americans with disabilities act.

Contact Information

  • Address

28779 Nick Davis Road,

Harvest, Alabama 35749

  • Mailing Information
    • Institution address and inmate mailing address

Limestone Correctional Facility

28779 Nick Davis Road

Harvest, Alabama 35749

Alabama State Prison

You must include the inmate first name and last name along with the Alabama Institutional Serial number in the mail.

  • Phone: (256) 233-4600
  • Number of Inmates: Approximately 2000 medium to minimum security male inmates
  • Visitation hours

The prison follows the rotational schedule for inmate visits and to know the visiting days for any inmate, you must contact the Limestone Correctional Facility and provide with the inmate’s name and inmate identification number. Visiting hours are from 7.30AM to 1.30PM on Saturdays and Sundays.

  • Warden Information

DeWayne Estes is the warden of the Limestone Correctional Facility

  • Management Information

Limestone Correctional Facility is managed by the Alabama Department of Corrections.

  • Institutional Programs include substance abuse treatment, 90-days re-entry program for inmates returning to the community
  • Academic Programs includes the ‘Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program’ offered by the University of North Alabama as well as programs offered by other community colleges.

 

Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women

The prison opened in 1942 and was named in honor of Julia S. Tutwiler, the "Angel of the Stockades". The prison is a maximum-security institution for women and handles the intake of all women offenders entering the prison system in Alabama. It also has a medical and mental health unit where inmates who are elderly, pregnant or ill can be treated. 

Alabama State Prison Inmates
Contact Information

  • Address

8966 US Highway 231 N

Wetumpka, Alabama 36092

  • Mailing Information
    • Institution and Inmate mailing address

Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women

8966 US Highway 231 N

Wetumpka, Alabama 36092

You must include the inmate first name and last name along with the Alabama Institutional Serial number in the mail.

  • Phone: (334) 567-4369
  • Number of Inmates: Approximately 975 women
  • Visitation hours depends on whether the prisoner has visitation privileges. You must fill an application form providing details of the inmate after which you may be approved for visitation. Visitations are allowed only on Sundays between 10 AM to 4 PM.
  • Warden Information: Deidra Wright
  • Management Information

Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women is managed by the Alabama Department of Corrections.

  • Institutional Programs include substance abuse services
  • Other Programs include administrative support hub for several Alabama institutions, clothing manufacture for the department of correction

How to Find an Inmate in Alabama State Prison

The Alabama Department of Corrections provides a database of incarcerated inmates. If you are looking for a prisoner in the State of Alabama, you can look for them using the Inmate Search and Population Totals. You must provide the first name, last name and the Alabama Institutional Serial number. The inmate search tool does not include those inmates who are sentenced under the Youthful Offender Act. As per the Alabama state law, any misuse of the information provided by the Inmate Search and Population Totals is a punishable offense.


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