IN DOC - Miami Correctional Facility

State Prison

Last Updated: February 22, 2024
3038 W 850 South, Bunker Hill, IN 46914-9810

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

All prisons and jails have Security or Custody levels depending on the inmate’s classification, sentence, and criminal history. Please review the rules and regulations for State - maximum facility.

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You can support your loved ones at Miami CF on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 765-689-8920.

Located at 3038 W 850 South in Bunker Hill, IN, Miami CF carefully assigns inmates based on their custody level, considering factors like criminal history. Miami CF 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.

Miami Correctional, situated on 200 acres of the former Grissom Air Force Base at Grissom Aeroplex, was established in 1997 following a successful community-led campaign. Classified as a Level 4 high medium security correctional facility, it has the capacity to house over 3,100 men in a dormitory and cell house housing, along with a Level 1 facility accommodating more than 200 individuals. The facility offers various work and educational programs, including a unique initiative where incarcerated individuals translate reading materials into Braille. Additionally, a sewing shop operates within the facility, producing items for multiple purposes.

The Indiana DOC provides a diverse array of programming, courses, and activities tailored to the needs of incarcerated individuals and the resources available at the facility. These offerings include Thinking For A Change, RWI (Recovery While Incarcerated), Indiana Correctional Industry Products (ICI), PLUS Graduate Program, Inside Out Dads, Substance Abuse Counseling, Ivy Tech Community College courses, GRIP (Gang Resistance Intervention Program), U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeship Programs, Barber Shop services, Landscaping, Building Maintenance, Recycle and Recovery initiatives, Housekeeping/Sanitation tasks, Grace College courses, ABE/GED (Adult Basic Education/General Education Development), and Horticulture/Landscape Design, along with Business Technology and College Correspondence Courses. While some programs are led by staff, many are driven by volunteers. For more information on these programs and opportunities for volunteering, please visit the IDOC Programs page or our volunteer page.

Inmate Locator

Miami CF 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

Public Visitation: Please refer to the IDOC visitation page to find the most current information regarding visits. For facility specific rules, please see the document link below.

Attorney Visits: Requests for general in-person legal visits between attorneys and Incarcerated Individuals must be made to the facility where the Incarcerated Individuals is housed. Attorney/Incarcerated Individuals visit requests are being scheduled and will continue as long as it is safe to do so on a facility-by-facility basis.

Visiting Guidelines - Starting June 3, 2023, in-person visits at Miami Correctional Facility will expand from Thursdays and Sundays, to include Saturdays. Visits must be scheduled online at the times listed below:
  • 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
  • 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
  • 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

For questions or additional assistance, please contact John Morrison, Visitation Coordinator at 765-689-8920 extension 5527.

Visitation rules are as follows (subject to change):

  1. Incarcerated Individuals can have one (1) visit per day.
  2. Only two (2) visitors per visit.
  3. Visitors will only be allowed to visit once every 30 days, except at MCA. If you are scheduling a visit at MCA within a 14-day period, you will need to contact the Visitation Coordinator to schedule your visit.
  4. Visitors may have a brief hug or handshake at the beginning and the end of the visit with no other contact throughout the visit.
  5. Visitors will be allowed to bring in $30 in change to purchase up to three (3) items from the vending machines for the incarcerated individual to take back to their housing unit at the end of the visit. No food will be consumed in the visitation room, and visitors cannot purchase food items for themselves. We recommend bringing in your own quarters as the onsite change machine is known to break down frequently.
  6. We will still have the non-contact visits for the incarcerated individuals in General Population that are not permitted contact visits. Incarcerated individuals in Restricted Housing Unit (RHU) and AHU will not be eligible for in-person visits.
  7. MCA visit schedule remains unchanged.
  8. It is recommended that you arrive at the facility 25-30 minutes prior to your scheduled visit time. If you show up 15 minutes or more late, your visit will be canceled.
  9. Leave your CELL PHONE, purse, and/or wallet locked in your car (less is better). The only thing you need to bring in is your Driver’s License and birth certificate for children.
  10. All visitors should wear clothing that reflects acceptable standards which possess no threat to the security, custody, or maintenance of order of the facility. Clothing of the acceptable type should be loose fitting, not form or tight fitting. Clothing can cause the visit to be cancelled. Tight fitting clothes such as stirrup, lycra pants, or leggings shall not be worn. No hoodies. It is recommended that you bring an extra set of clothes to keep in your vehicle just in case your clothing is considered not acceptable. Sweatpants, t-shirt, and tennis shoes are always good alternatives.
  11. Dresses, skirts, or shorts must be no shorter than two (2) inches above the knee and not have deep slits.
  12. Halter tops, low cut revealing tops, tank tops, tube tops, sleeveless or cut-offs, see-through, swimsuit tops, body suits, shear blouses or upper garments reflecting similar dress are STRICTLY PROHIBITED. All visitors must wear a shirt/blouse with sleeves.
  13. Heavy coats, sweaters used as outer clothing or other clothing considered heavy outer clothing will not be permitted in the visitation room. Suit or sport coats, sweat jackets, sweaters, vests, etc., are permitted, if Visitor Processing staff can inspect and search them or by sending the garment through the x-ray machine. The garment must be worn by the visitor and shall not be removed at any time during the visit.
  14. If you wear jeans, you cannot have any rips or holes in your jeans or clothing.
  15. No clothing advertising any type of drug paraphernalia or drugs, tobacco, or alcohol is allowed. Hats or other head covering are not permitted, except as required by religious beliefs or medical issues.
  16. Undergarments must always be worn. No underwire or wire clasps in your bra or you will not pass the metal detector. A sports bra is a great alternative or a bra with plastic clasps! If you cannot pass the metal detector the first time, your visit will be canceled. All rules are applicable to adults and children.
  17. Shoes must be worn, except for infants who are carried.
  18. No jewelry, except a wedding band or set, may be worn in the visitation room.
  19. You must provide medical documentation for any artificial joints or medical issues such as a pacemaker.
  20. No body piercings. All must be removed before entering Visitor Processing. Medical documentation is required for any dermal piercings.

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