If you need to send pictures to FCI Bennettsville, then Inmate Photos has everything you need to make this happen. We have the rules. We have the address. We have the best way to send pictures to inmates.
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Federal Correctional Institution Bennettsville ( FCI Bennettsville) is near Bennettsville, S.C., in Marlboro County. It is about 70 miles from northwest of Myrtle Beach, 100 miles northeast of Columbia, and 88 miles southeast of Charlotte, N.C.
The medium-security facility was built in 2004. It has a minimum-security camp on the same property. The main campus houses 1,482 men and the satellite facility has 96 men.
The physical address is:
696 Muckerman Road
Bennettsville, SC 29512
Sending pictures to men at FCI Bennettsville means obeying the rules the prison and the federal prison system have in place. If your pictures violate the rules, then your loved one will not get the photos. Inmate Photos makes this easy by showing you a copy of the rules before you ever send a picture.
Here are some of the rules:
Envelops must be addressed as follows for both facilities:
Inmate’s Name & Register Number
P.O. BOX 52020
BENNETTSVILLE, SC 29512
You can look up the register number and the full name at Find an Inmate, which is run by the Bureau of Prisons.
An important rule is inmates may receive no more than 25 photos per day. If you put several images on a sheet, each one counts as a photo. This applies to the main prison and the camp.
Inmates can have a photo album which they may purchase from the prison commissary. They can also buy a limited number of clear plastic picture frames to display photos.
Our job begins when we get your images uploaded to us. We print the images on professional photo paper. At FCI Bennettsville inmates can receive up to 8″x10″ photos.
We use professional photo-quality paper for printing. Our high-resolution printer use premium color inks to make true-color copies of your images. We put the inmate name and registration number on the back of each image.
The prison limits the number of pictures an inmate may receive in one envelope (25 per day). So if you order more than that, we break up the order to be mailed over multiple days.
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