Who is the warden at USP Victorville?

Francisco J. Quintana
The United States Penitentiary, Victorville, CA (USP Victorville) is a high-security United States federal prison for male inmates in California….United States Penitentiary, Victorville.

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Opened 2004
Managed by Federal Bureau of Prisons
Warden Francisco J. Quintana

How do I find a federal inmate in California?

For information about locating, contacting, visiting and corresponding with California’s prison inmates use the Inmate Locator or call the Identification Unit at (916) 445-6713.

What level is USP Victorville?

high security
A high security U.S. penitentiary….Level 3 Operations.

Fax: 760-530-5103

How many federal prisons are in California?

California houses 13 stand-alone federal prisons and eight federal prisons camps. The Western Regional Office oversees each of these California federal prisons. In total, 11,235 inmates are housed inside federal prisons in California.

How many maximum security prisons are in the United States?

There is only one supermax prison remaining in the U.S. federal prison system, ADX Florence in Florence, Colorado.

What does the Federal Bureau of Prisons do?

The Bureau protects society by confining offenders in prisons and community-based facilities that are safe, humane, cost-efficient, and appropriately secure, and by providing inmates with programs and services to assist them in becoming proactive law-abiding citizens when they return to their communities.

How do I find a picture of a federal inmate?

Enter the Internet URL http://www.bop.gov/ to get to the Bureau of Prisons website. Look for “Inmate Locator” and click it. Get more information about the service and detailed instructions for how to use the Federal inmate Locator by clicking the “More Information” link at the top right of the screen.

Who is in BOP custody?

Our inmate population consists of people awaiting trial for violating federal laws or those who have already been convicted of committing a federal crime. Due to a law passed in 1997, we also confine offenders who have been convicted of a felony in the District of Columbia.