36 E. 7TH ST., SUITE 2107-A CINCINNATI, OH, 45202
RRM Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio is a low security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum security satellite camp.
Adult male inmates who have been convicted and sentenced for a federal crime are held in RRM Cincinnati by the US Department of Justice.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons, which is a division of the United States Department of Justice is responsible for managing and operating RRM Cincinnati.
This facility consists of twelve housing units where inmates are held in two-person cells.
There are a wide variety of programs and services that are provided for the inmates which are listed below:
Advanced Occupational Education
Residential Drug Abuse Program
RRM Cincinnati — General Information
|Facility Name||RRM Cincinnati|
|Facility Type||Federal RRM|
|Address||36 E. 7TH ST., SUITE 2107-A CINCINNATI, OH, 45202|
If you need to find out if a loved one is held in RRM Cincinnati, an inmate search can be done easily. The roster can be found on the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.
You will need the following inmate’s identifying information.
Be sure to spell the inmates name correctly for a successful inmate search.
You can also search for an inmate at RRM Cincinnati by their nine-digit BOP Inmate ID number.
This database will show the whereabouts of the federal inmate incarcerated from 1982 to the present.
Keep in mind that the release date of the inmate may change due to First Step Act and good conduct. Feel free to check back on the website database for any updates.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
The staff at the RRM Cincinnati encourages the inmates loved ones to keep in contact with the inmate by sending letters to the inmate.
Inmates are allowed to receive 4" x 6" and smaller metered, unstamped, plain white postcards.
Please refrain from sending anything sexual or offensive. All incoming and outgoing mail is inspected by the staff. Also be sure that you include a return address when sending mail to the inmate.
Inmates are also allowed to receive paperback books and magazines that are sent directly to the prison from the publisher. Hardcover and used reading material is forbidden.
In order for your loved one to be able to make purchases from the commissary someone will need to send them some money.
There are three ways that money can be sent to an inmate at the RRM Cincinnati.
By using this option you will be able to transfer funds into the inmate’s account very quickly, however there is a fee to use this service.
You will need the inmates Inmate's eight-digit register number as well as the inmate's last name (example: 87654321DOE). Be sure to put the inmate’s full committed name on the Attention Line and the Code City is FBOP, DC.
There is a fee to use this service but you will be able to transfer funds into an inmate’s account very quickly.
You will need the inmates Inmate's eight-digit register number as well as the inmate's last name (example: 87654321DOE).
Company name you will enter Federal Bureau of Prisons, RRM Cincinnati.
You will need to enter Washington, DC for the city and state.
Receive Code is 7932. Be sure to enter the inmate’s full committed name for the beneficiary.
United States Postal Service
Money orders can be sent to the prison. Be sure to include the inmate’s full committed name as well as their eight-digit register number.
All phone calls at RRM Cincinnati are monitored and recorded in federal prison. Inmates are typically responsible for any fees that are associated with the phone calls unless the inmate is making a collect call.
Before you are allowed to visit an inmate at RRM Cincinnati you will need to make sure that you are on the inmates approved visiting list.
Each inmate is allowed at least 4 visiting hours each month.
Be sure that you are appropriately (modest) dressed as there is a strict dress code for visitations.
Before you will be allowed in the visitation area you will need to present a government-issued identification card.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.