Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program Inmate Search, Mugshots and Prison Information

Updated on: February 14, 2021
Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program

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Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program - General Information

Facility Name: Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program
Facility Type: State Prison
Address: 801 Highway 48PO Box 1389, Anaconda, MT, 59711
Phone: 406-563-7002
Capacity: 88
Facility Type: Adult
City: Anaconda
Postal Code: 59711
State: Montana
County: Deer Lodge County
Official Website: http://www.cccscorp.com/start2.htm

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One of Montana`s well-known prisons is Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program. Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program is situated at 801 Highway 48 PO Box 1389, Anaconda, MT, 59711.

 

The Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program has 4 cell blogs, Central Health Care Service Building, maximum security cell block, medium security cell block, and a minimum-security firehouse.

Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program is also home to Montana`s gas chamber and death row.

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To do an inmate search for someone in Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program is easy now. The state’s department of corrections keeps a database filled with all state prisons inmates information.

In this case, Montana Department of Corrections has a database that is available to the public to search for inmates currently in Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program. All you need to know is either their inmate ID number or their first and last name.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

Inmates can receive mail. Their mailing address is:

Inmate Name, ID
Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program
801 Highway 48 PO Box 1389, Anaconda, MT, 59711

In the mail inmates can receive the following items:

Sending packages is a different story. Packages for inmates is a privilege and not a right. All packages will need to be sent by an approved third-party vendor. No packages from individuals will be accepted. Package weight must be under 30 pounds per year.

Sending Money

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When it comes to sending money to a prisoner in Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition (START) Program, you can do it one of three ways.

Lock Box

This service is completely free. It is the second fastest option out of the three. You can send money either using a personal check, money order, or a cashier’s check.

EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer)

Out of the three services, this is the only service that incurs a fee. However, this is the fasted way to send money. The money will be posted into the prisoners account within 72 hours after sending it. A well-known service is JPay.

Mail to Jail

This service is also free, well minus the stamp you will need to send off the money. However, out of the three services, this will be the longest waiting period. All funds coming into the jail are typically on a 30-day hold.

You must remember to write your name and address on the check or money order alongside the inmates’ name and their ID number. If you fail to write either name on the check or money order, the funds will NOT be deposited into their account.

Visitation

Visiting an inmate can be done on days from schedule. You will want to arrive at least 15 minutes early to get checked in. If you arrive later than 1pm, you will not be permitted visitation rights.

If this is your first time visiting keep in mind that you will need to fill out a visitor’s application form and have it accepted before you will be permitted visitation rights. You will need to keep in touch with the inmate as the prison itself will not give you a call when you are approved.

How Often Can I Visit?

You will be able to visit as often as you would like. If the inmate remains in good standing. If there is a lockdown, no visits will be honored.

Visiting Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Holiday

The visiting starts in first in, first out type of fashion. No new visitors will be allowed in 45 minutes before the end of the visit day. 45 minutes before the end of the visit day officers start escorting those who were first in out of the visitor room.

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions

Nearby Jail/Prison

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