Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC" Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: December 15, 2020
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Federal Detention Center “SEA-TAC” is a medium-security facility operated by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and co-managed by CoreCivic. It is located in , Washington. The facility holds adult undocumented male and female offenders.

There are a variety of guidelines for family and friends to follow in regards to interacting with an inmate.


Federal Detention Center “SEA-TAC” Prison Information

Jail Name Federal Detention Center “SEA-TAC”
Jail Type Immigration Detention Facility
State Washington
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Sending a Mail

Detainees at Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC" are allowed to send and receive general mail from family and friends, as well as special mail from government or legal jurisdictions. All incoming mail will be inspected for contraband (such as images that depict illicit activity, sexually explicit material, anything depicting escape plans, stamps, photos larger than 5x7 inches, books and magazines.)

In most cases, inmates are not allowed to receive packages unless special permission is given by officials. Magazines are allowed to be sent directly from a publisher or book store company.

Send correspondence to:

Inmate Name, Immigration number( A#XXXXXX)
Dorm/Bed number: X-X
Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC"

Sending Money

While inmates are not allowed to obtain money while incarcerated, there are a few ways to deposit money into an inmate’s account that they can use for the commissary store and making phone calls.

Cashier’s checks and money orders can be mailed to:
CCA Inmate Trust
(Inmate Last Name, Inmate First Name / Inmate CCA Commissary #)
Facility: Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC" P.O. Box 933488
Atlanta, GA 31193-3488
Do not include letters or photos with these deposits, as this facility only processes funds.

Funds can also be deposited with credit/debit cards through Western Union online or by calling 1-800-634-3422. There are also walk-in Western Union locations where one can send funds to an inmate.

Phone Calls

Friends and families can help set up a phone account for inmates with Talton Communications online, by calling 1-866-516-0115 or at a kiosk in the Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC"’s lobby. Family and friends can deposit funds for inmates to make calls into the account, and inmates can purchase phone time at the commissary.

Visiting Rules

While visits between families, friends and inmates are encouraged, the primary concern is safety, security and good order for visitors and inmates. Visitors must follow certain regulations when visiting an inmate.

Who can visit

Anyone can visit and there is no application process. Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by an adult. Legal representatives and clergy are also allowed to visit.

Visiting Schedule and Length

Visitors should verify a visiting schedule with the facility and their detainee, as the schedule is organized by gender and the even/odd numbers in the detainee’s A#.
Inmates in Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC" are allowed one visit a week that is one hour long, and visitors should arrive about 45 minutes before their visit to get through security. In the event of high volume, visits may only be 30 minutes. A maximum of two adults and two children are allowed during one visit.

Preparing for a visit

Visitors should be prepared for a pat-down search when entering Federal Detention Center "SEA-TAC". Each visitor should bring a valid form of photo identification. Visitors should not bring anything except their ID and one set of keys into the facility with them.

Dress Code

All visitors are required to dress modestly and appropriately, with no sheer or overly revealing clothing. Shorts, dresses and skirts should be mid-thigh length. Shirts for both men and women should not be sleeveless or low-cut, and shoes must be worn at all times. Clothing depicting sexually explicit images, crude words, or gang colors or symbols are not allowed.

Visitation Hours