Muncy, PA State Correctional Institution View

SCI Muncy, formerly known as the Industrial School for Women, is located just 15 minutes from Williamsport, Pa. The prison serves as the diagnostic and classification center for all women entering the state prison system. Facility Information: Act of General Assembly John K. Tener, Governor of July 26, 1913 P.L. 1311 The State Correctional Institution at Muncy is a medium/maximum security facility for adult female offenders. It is located in the borough of Muncy, Lycoming County, approximately 18 miles east of Williamsport. Originally established in 1913 as an Industrial Home for Women administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, it was incorporated into the Bureau of Corrections as the State Institution at Muncy in 1953. Muncy encompasses 793 acres of land. Approximately 30 acres are inside the institution’s perimeter security fence, which encloses 15 permanent and two modular inmate housing units. American Correctional Association’s Commission on Accreditation for Corrections has accredited Muncy as an adult correctional institution. Number of Acres Inside Perimeter: 30 Number of Acres Outside Perimeter: 763 Number of Operational Structures (inside and outside of perimeter): 76 (not including state owned housing) Number of Housing Units: 18 Housing units consist of both cells and dormitory-style housing..

How to Send Money to State Correctional Institution Muncy

Family and friends can send money to inmates at State Correctional Institution Muncy through approved methods to help them purchase essential items from the commissary.