Pearl, MS CMCF - Central Mississippi Correctional Facility View

The Central Mississippi Correctional Facility (CMCF) was established in 1986 and built on 171 acres in Pearl in Rankin County. The facility was expanded in 1996 and now includes 18 housing units and 10 support buildings to accommodate its current capacity of 4,131 offenders. CMCF is the first stop for individuals sentenced to the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC). It provides initial orientation and classification. CMCF is authorized to have 702 full-time positions, two part-time and seven time-limited, full time. Of the three State Prisons, CMCF is the only facility to house female offenders and youthful offenders. Its population consists of both male and female offenders of all custody levels (minimum, medium, and close) to include female offenders sentenced to death. Youthful offenders are housed in a separate facility. The Youthful Offender Unit (YOU) opened on Dec. 12, 2012, as a separate, independent facility to serve individuals under the age of 18. It offers a wide range of programs to include academic classes, vocational programs, mental health counseling, psychological and psychiatric services in a group and individual basis, alcohol and drug treatment, social services, religious and recreational services. Mississippi Prison Industries Corp. (MPIC) operates a comm​ercial print shop; a Johnson & Johnson Clean Room, which provides cleaning and sterilization of suture spools for its suture manufacturing operations: and a metal fabrication shop at CMCF..

How to Send Money to CMCF - Central Mississippi Correctional Facility

Family and friends can send money to inmates at CMCF - Central Mississippi Correctional Facility through approved methods to help them purchase essential items from the commissary.