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Federal Correctional Institution, Jesup

Federal Correctional Institution, Jesup
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Location Jesup, Georgia
Status Operational
Security class Medium, low and minimum-security
Capacity 1,180 (540 in low-security facility; 160 in prison camp)
Managed by Federal Bureau of Prisons

The Federal Correctional Institution, Jesup (FCI Jesup) is a medium-security United States federal prison housing male inmates in Georgia. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. It has two adjacent satellite facilities: a low-security facility and a minimum-security prison camp, both housing male offenders.

FCI Jesup is located 65 miles southwest of Savannah and 105 miles northwest of Jacksonville, Florida.[1]

Facility

As of 2000, the minimum security camp of FCI Jesup housed about 300 prisoners, consisting of drug addicts and white collar criminals. Ben Reyes, who served time in the camp for bribery and conspiracy, said that the camp was "a more relaxed, more bucolic facility" than the Federal Correctional Complex, Beaumont.[2]

As of 2011, FCI Jesup houses adult male prisoners in all of its properties. It includes a medium security facility for 1,150 prisoners. It also has two satellite camps, including a low security property for 605 prisoners, and a minimum security property for 150 prisoners.[3]

Notable inmates (current and former)

Inmate Name Register Number Status Details
Christopher Chaney 22396-018 Serving a 10-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2020. Computer hacker; pleaded guilty to gaining unauthorized access to protected computers for breaking into the personal online accounts of celebrities including Scarlett Johansson and Christina Aguilera and posting revealing photos of them on the Internet.[4][5]
Ben Reyes 76205-079 Released from custody in 2006 after serving 7 years. Houston City Council member from 1980 to 1996; convicted of bribery in 1998 for accepting a cash-filled briefcase from an undercover FBI Agent posing as a land developer in exchange for Reyes's help obtaining votes on a city convention center hotel contract.[6][7]

See also

Government of the United States portal
Criminal justice portal
Georgia (U.S. state) portal

References

External links

  • Federal Correctional Complex, Jesup

Coordinates: 31°33′48″N 81°54′10″W / 31.56333°N 81.90278°W / 31.56333; -81.90278


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