Detention Complex Reeves | DC Reeves Facility Address & Contact Information

Detention Complex Reeves
100 County Road #204
Pecos, TX 79772

Phone: 432-447-2926

Fax: 432-447-9224

Email: REE/

BOP Website:

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Inmate Correspondence Address

Inmate Name and Registration Number
Detention Complex Reeves
P.O Box 2038
Pecos, TX 79772

NOTE: Funds cannot be sent directly to federal inmates. See our page on sending money to federal prisoners for more information.

Sex: Male

Security Level: Low

Location: Southwest Texas, just outside of Pecos, Texas.

BOP Region: South Central Region (SCR)

BOP Institution Code: REE for DC Reeves

Medical Care Level: Unknown. See our page on Medical Care Levels and Procedures for more information.

Judicial District: South Central Region (SCR)

Population (as of Sept. 23, 2020): 900

Background: DC Reeves is a private prison owned and operated by the GEO Group. Now referred to as the Reeves County Detention Complex, most prisoners at the complex are low-security criminal aliens, serving sentences of one to five years for drug offenses or immigration violations. The R-3 compound is a separate facility consisting of three housing units with support buildings for centralized programs, food service, laundry, infirmary, and indoor/outdoor recreation.

Housing: Inmates are housed in dormitory-style housing.

Health Services: DC Reeves provides inmates with routine and emergency dental and health care. Inmates can obtain emergency health care 24 hours a day by approaching any staff member and requesting assistance. In order to obtain routine care, inmates must submit a sick call form and wait to be scheduled for an appointment.

Psychology Services: DC Reeves offers several group-based therapeutic programs. While offerings rotate, these tend to focus on substance abuse counseling, life skills, stress management, anger management, and others. Crisis intervention is available 24 hours a day.

Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP): DC Reeves does not house the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP).

Education Services: DC Reeves provides literacy, GED, English-as-a-Second Language (ESL), and Special Education programs. High school diplomas and post-secondary programs are available through paid correspondence programs.

Advanced Occupational Education: DC Reeves offers advanced occupational education in smart board technology, customized learning through individual education plans, dynamic grouping, and technology-based learning.

Vocational Training: DC Reeves offers vocational training in Custodial Maintenance, Barbering, Horticulture, Electrical, Building Trades, Auto Mechanics, Upholstery, Weaving, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Small Engine Repair, Masonry, Plumbing, Culinary Arts, Computer Repair, Carpentry, and Welding.

Apprenticeship: DC Reeves does not offer any apprenticeship programs to inmates.

Library Services: Inmates at DC Reeves have access to a law library and leisure library. In the leisure library, inmates can check out fiction and nonfiction books, newspapers, and magazines. In the law library, inmates can conduct legal research and prepare legal filings. A copy machine and typewriters are available to the inmate population.

UNICOR: DC Reeves does not house a UNICOR facility.

Commissary: Inmates can shop once per week at the institution’s Commissary. Items such as shoes, radios, food, drinks, snacks, candy, electronics, and more can be purchased.

Recreation Services: Indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities are available at DC Reeves. These include organized sports, individual exercise, board and card games, and arts and crafts projects.

Visitation Information: See our page on prisoner visitation rules for more information.

Directions to Prison:

A Google Maps image of DC Reeves federal prison in Texas

For a comprehensive look at life in federal prison, pick up a copy of Christopher Zoukis’ Federal Prison Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons. For more detailed information about DC Reeves, please buy a copy of the Directory of Federal Prisons: The Unofficial Guide to Bureau of Prisons Institutions by Christopher Zoukis.