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State Correction Institution at Muncy Inmate Search

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Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

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Pennsylvania Lycoming 1455

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

Box 180 Route 405
Muncy, PA, 17756-0180

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Box 180 Route 405
Muncy, PA, 17756-0180
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  1. CINDY Fri, Nov 12 2010 7:29 PM

    HELLO....HOW CAN I SEND GIFTS TO AN INMATE AT MUNCY ?

  2. Admin Thu, Nov 18 2010 12:23 AM

    Almost all prisons only allow letters and postcards to be sent to inmates from family and friends. We would recommend that you send a book, magazine subscription or newspaper subscription direct from Amazon or the publisher of the magazine or paper. They will allow those type of gifts as long as they come from a third party. Good luck. State Correction Institution at Muncy Box 180 Route 405 Muncy, PA 17756-0180 Tel: (570) 546-3171

  3. Jeff Fri, Dec 03 2010 9:42 PM

    I've began sending money to an inmate's account electronically.Is there a way I could know the status of the account via e-mail so I could gauge the consistency and amount to send?..or is that considered private between the inmate and institution? Is the inmate allowed to know the sender's name?

  4. Jeff Tue, Dec 07 2010 5:14 PM

    My girlfriend is a new inmate at Muncy.I just received a letter today stating the medical staff there informed her she is 8-9 wks pregnant.She wrote telling me and that I'm the father but in my mind the dates don't add up.How can it be proved one way or another that I am/am not the father? What can I do or how quick can I find out? I need to know so I can step up or step out...thanks

  5. maxout Fri, Sep 23 2011 1:44 PM

    SO HAPPY I'M NOT IN THAT HELL HOLE ANYMORE

  6. Martina Rose Tue, Sep 27 2011 2:15 PM

    I have a friend going to Muncy this week, she is concerned about 'things' to do while in Classification....what r they aloowed to have n do during that time?

  7. ANN Fri, Nov 18 2011 11:22 PM

    MY MOM RECENTLY GOT TRANSFERRED TO MUNCY. HOW LONG BEFORE SHE IS ALLOWED VISITS?

  8. michele denoillo Mon, Dec 05 2011 6:03 PM

    please let me know exactally what im permitted to come to the prison as an inmate thank you

  9. Bobby Wed, Feb 29 2012 11:00 PM

    is the Inmate Number the same as the facility number ? I want to send mail to a inmate thanks

  10. maxedout & loving it Mon, Oct 22 2012 5:25 PM

    muncy is so messed up! officers getting walked off for having sex with inmates, having drugs, officers being charged by the feds! its sickening! the medical department is dirty! it has blood on the walls! flys all over the place! its filthy! when u have a seizure they throw you in a room with no bed just a blanket.

  11. shandelle Thu, Dec 20 2012 8:14 PM

    Is there visitation this Tuesday, on Christmas day? I called the prison, but obviously wasn't slowed to know The answer from them because they told me to get on here and lookbut there is nothing at all stating for sure for Christmas.

  12. Sheli Wed, Jan 16 2013 7:09 AM

    What is the correct mailing address to write an inmate? I alaways get confused about what needs to be included in the address format.

  13. Scott Burton Thu, Jan 24 2013 8:26 PM

    What can be done to make them step up on medical.My wife has had much difficulty with her medical.She just called panicing her blood press has been running at 85 and she has had pain all day and is scarred that there is a serious problem.And they are not taking it seriously.And getting her to proper medical facility for proper testing .Do you have to file a lawsuit for them to take something serious? Or do they just not care.I call i just get the runaround.grrrr

  14. Dennis Armstrong jr Thu, Apr 04 2013 12:28 PM

    My name is Dennis & my girlfriend was just Arrested, I'm worried & don't know where she Went? Her name is christina lynn kimmel can Anyone tell me if she's at munie??

  15. SnappedLover Thu, Aug 22 2013 10:30 AM

    I want to write Keisha Tanese Jones, the woman that hit her husband with a car and killed him. Her story was on the TV show 'Snapped.' I feel terrible for her and her family, also for him and his family. I truly believe she did not mean to kill him. I want to write her to offer my support.

  16. klm Sun, Sep 22 2013 11:14 PM

    I also saw Keisha Jones on snapped and do not believe that she meant to do it.

  17. maxed, n loving it Fri, Sep 27 2013 6:29 PM

    I just want to say that iam thankful I am no longer there, it was ridiculous, and I just cant wait until my sister gets the hell out of there. its getting worst day by day.

  18. Claire Thu, Oct 24 2013 9:21 AM

    My niece is being released in late December. How can I find out about programs for housing, employment, etc. that will be available to her upon release? Do they just let her out the front gates and she's on her own?

  19. Marie Tue, Dec 31 2013 1:12 AM

    I was born in Muncy Correctional inst was adopted how can I find any information about Biological Mother? I was born in 1964

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