AK DOC-Point MacKenzie Correctional Farm (PMCM)

State Prison

Last Updated: March 04, 2024
PO Box 877730, Seward, AK 99664
Kenai Peninsula Borough

PMCM is for State Prison offenders sentenced anywhere from one year to life by the State Court in the county where the charges were filed

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If you are unsure of your inmate's location, you can search and locate your inmate by typing in their last name, first name or first initial, and/or the offender ID number to get their accurate information immediately Registered Offenders

Satellite View of AK DOC-Point MacKenzie Correctional Farm (PMCM)

You can support your loved ones at PMCM on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 907-376-2976.

Located at PO Box 877730 in Seward, AK, PMCM carefully assigns inmates based on their custody level, considering factors like criminal history. PMCM offers diverse educational and vocational programs aimed at equipping offenders for successful reintegration into society and reducing recidivism. Through these initiatives, inmates gain skills and confidence, fostering personal growth and resilience.

When someone you care about ends up in a state prison, it can be tough to navigate the ins and outs of the system. From figuring out how to stay in touch to understanding what you can do to make their time easier, it can feel overwhelming. That's where this webpage comes in handy. It's here to help you get the lowdown on AK DOC-Point MacKenzie Correctional Farm (PMCM) so you can stay connected and support your loved one during their time inside.

While incarcerated, reading is often the best use of time. Please note that books and magazines, puzzles, and word searches ordered for inmates must come directly from the publisher. This policy ensures that the items are new, untampered, and comply with the facility's regulations. Prisons and jails enforce this rule to prevent the introduction of contraband or prohibited materials. By restricting orders to publishers, the facility can better maintain security and control over the content entering the institution. Any books or magazines not received directly from the publisher will be rejected and not delivered to the inmate.

The Point MacKenzie Rehabilitation Program (PMRP) operates a diverse range of farming activities aimed at supporting offender rehabilitation and sustainable agricultural practices. These endeavors include maintaining a sustained herd of hogs, cows, turkeys, and chickens, alongside efforts to explore the profitability of additional animal species. In terms of crop production, PMRP's produce operation supplies various vegetables, grains, and fruits to institutions across the state, contributing to both institutional needs and local agricultural sustainability.

One notable aspect of PMRP's agricultural initiatives is the hydroponics program initiated in January 2001. Through this program, PMRP has successfully cultivated a variety of crops using hydroponic techniques. These crops include tomatoes, peppers, peas, berries, and sprouts, demonstrating the program's commitment to innovation and diversification in agricultural production. By embracing hydroponic farming methods, PMRP not only expands its agricultural output but also maximizes resource efficiency and minimizes environmental impact.

The success of PMRP's farming activities underscores its multifaceted approach to offender rehabilitation and community engagement. By involving offenders in agricultural tasks, PMRP provides valuable vocational training and hands-on experience in farming, mechanics, and related skills. Through these activities, offenders have the opportunity to develop practical skills that can facilitate their reintegration into society upon release from the program.

Furthermore, PMRP's emphasis on sustainable agriculture aligns with broader efforts to promote environmental stewardship and resilience within the community. By practicing sustainable farming methods and exploring innovative techniques such as hydroponics, PMRP demonstrates its commitment to responsible land stewardship and resource management. This not only benefits the program itself but also contributes to the broader sustainability goals of the community and the state.

In addition to its direct impact on offender rehabilitation and agricultural sustainability, PMRP's farming activities also play a role in supporting institutional needs and alleviating overcrowding in correctional facilities. By providing agricultural products to Department of Corrections institutions, PMRP helps meet the nutritional needs of incarcerated individuals while also offering meaningful work opportunities for offenders. Moreover, the provision of agricultural products from PMRP's farm helps reduce reliance on external suppliers, thereby enhancing institutional self-sufficiency and resilience.

Overall, PMRP's farming initiatives represent a holistic approach to offender rehabilitation, community engagement, and agricultural sustainability. Through its diverse range of activities, including animal husbandry, crop production, and hydroponics, PMRP provides offenders with valuable skills and experiences while also contributing to the broader goals of environmental stewardship and institutional support. As PMRP continues to evolve and expand its farming programs, it remains committed to promoting positive outcomes for both offenders and the community at large.

Inmate Locator

PMCM maintains a database of current inmates and their locations within the system. To locate an inmate, begin by using the DOC locator tool, which requires entering the first three letters of the inmate's first and last name, allowing for variations in spelling.

If unable to locate the desired information through free resources, users may opt to use the Arrest Record Search, which requires payment. While this option incurs a small fee, it provides access to the most up-to-date data available.

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Visitation Information


PMCF visitation schedule:

Thursday 1500 and 1600
Saturday 0800, 0900 and 1400, 1500
Sunday 0800, 0900 and 1400, 1500
Holidays follow weekend schedule 0800, 0900 and 1400, 1500


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