Oregon houses one stand-alone federal prison and one federal prison camp. These Oregon federal prisons are overseen by the Western Regional Office. In total, 1,475 inmates are housed inside these federal prisons in Oregon.
Oregon Federal Prisons by Security Level
Low-Security Federal Prisons in Oregon
- FCI Sheridan (Sheridan, OK)
Minimum-Security Federal Prisons in Oregon
- FCI Sheridan Camp (Sheridan, OK)
Federal Prisons in Oregon
Federal Correctional Institution Sheridan (FCI Sheridan) is a medium-security level federal prison located in Sheridan, Oregon. There is also a detention center located on the grounds that holds detainees pending trial in the U.S. District Courthouse for the District of Oregon. It is overseen by the Western Regional Office. FCI Sheridan is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 1,152 male inmates. Inmates at the FCI are housed in two-person cells and inmates at the detention center are housed in two- or three-person cells.
Federal Correctional Institution Sheridan Camp (FCI Sheridan Camp) is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Sheridan, Oregon. It is overseen by the Western Regional Office. FCI Sheridan Camp is a Medical Care Level 2 prison. It houses 449 male inmates. Inmates at the federal prison camp are housed in dormitories in four-person cubicles.
List of Oregon Federal Prisons
There is one federal prison in Oregon and one federal prison camp. They are overseen by the Western Regional Office of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. By clicking on the below links, you will be taken to the facilities’ detailed profiles where you can learn about specific facility offerings, information, and contact details. Additionally, we also have each facility’s Admission & Orientation Handbook, the most recent Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) audit report, and local visitation procedures and policy documents on these pages.
Federal Correctional Institution, Sheridan, located in northwestern Oregon in Sheridan, is a medium-security facility for male inmates. Both at this institution and at the adjacent minimum-security prison camp, inmates live in two-story concrete buildings with white roofs that resemble college dormitories. Throughout their incarceration, inmates may participate in educational courses, personal enrichment programs, and recreational activities. Available educational offerings include GED, ESL, and Adult Continuing Education classes. Inmates are required to work in an issued prison job unless they are medically excluded. The prison also has a UNICOR facility where inmates can earn higher wages. The wages prisoners earn may be spent in the facility’s commissary. Both indoor and outdoor recreation are available to the inmate population.
Federal Correctional Institution, Sheridan Prison Camp, located in northwestern Oregon in Sheridan, is a minimum-security facility for male inmates. At this institution and at the adjacent medium-security prison, male inmates live in two-story concrete buildings with white roofs that resemble college dormitories. Camp residents are required to maintain employment and can study to become landscapers or fitness trainers upon their release. They may also take educational and enrichment courses while incarcerated. At the prison camp, inmates tend to have more freedom than at higher security federal prisons.
Facility Wikipedia Pages
Below you will find links to each facility’s Wikipedia pages where you can learn about facility background, history, notable current and past inmates, newsworthy incidents, and other information. At the above links, you can read our detailed and comprehensive profiles of each facility. Our prison profiles pages contain inmate contact information, staff contact information, visitation policies and procedures, what current inmates think about the facility, and much more. Additionally, our profiles are verified by our prison consultants and regularly updated.