Evans Correctional Institution

610 Highway 9 West
Bennettsville, SC 29512
(843) 479-4181 or
(803) 896-4900
Warden: Willie L. Eagleton

Opened: 1989
Security: Level 2 (Male)

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Education: Literacy, GED preparation, high school courses, and Adult Education classes.
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care on site with 24-hour medical coverage; hospice program.
Vocational Training: Computer (Basic and Advanced), and barbering.
Industries: A private sector industry where electronic components are assembled.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, recreational services, Long-Term Offenders Program, and Character Education.
Community Services: Provides an inmate labor crew to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism. Provides an “Operation Behind Bars” program for at risk youth and adults to tour the prison and hear inmates describe what led to their criminal behavior and life inside prison.
Services: Serves as one of the video conferencing sites for parole hearings in conjunction with the SC Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services.


You can do a SCDC inmate search online at the South Carolina Department of Corrections website. You can view the photographs and public information on a specific inmate. You will need the first and last name of the inmate as well as either their SCDC ID or State Identification ID.

Coastal Pre-Release Center

3765 Leeds Avenue
North Charleston, SC 29405
(843) 740-1630 or
(843) 740-1631
Warden: Mildred Hudson

Opened: 1970

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Security: Level 1-A (Male) and Level 1-B beds available. The facility has a designed capacity for 240 beds and is currently operating 187 beds: 127 for Level 1-A, which includes 48 beds for work program. 12 beds are dedicated to the Character Faith Based Program.
Special Mission: The Center provides an environment conducive to rehabilitation through work programming, pre-release programming/training, and other re-entry programs as a means of reintegrating the offender back into the community. 
Education: Corrections Learning Network, and Adult Education (GED & Work Keys) Program.
Health Care: Routine medical care provided on site one day each week by MacDougall Nursing staff with 24-hour emergency care available. Inmates are transported to MacDougall an additional day per week for doctor’s visit, medical exams, dental, x-rays, etc.
Programs: Vocational rehabilitation services, Alcohol and Narcotics Anonymous, and religious services, Prison Fellowship’s Character Faith Based & Re-entry Programs; Culinary Classes; and Parent Anonymous.
Community Services: Provides inmate labor crews to the Charleston County Department of Transportation, and the City of North Charleston; provides a correctional officer-supervised inmate litter crew who picks up trash along interstate highways and a Palmetto Pride Litter Crew who also picks up trash along interstate highways and major thorough fares.
Staffing: 28 authorized security positions, 17 non-security positions, and one contracted position. 


You can do a SCDC inmate search online at the South Carolina Department of Corrections website. You can view the photographs and public information on a specific inmate. You will need the first and last name of the inmate as well as either their SCDC ID or State Identification ID.

Catawba Pre-Release Center

1030 Milling Road
Rock Hill, SC 29730
(803) 324-5361 or
(803)734-9946
Warden: Glenn Stone

Opened: 1971
Security: Level 1-A (Male)

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Special Mission: The Center provides an environment conducive to rehabilitation through work programming, pre-release programming/training, and other relevant programs as a means of reintegrating the offender into the community.
Education: Adult Education Program.
Health Care: Routine medical care provided at Kershaw Correctional Institution with 24-hour emergency care available.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, vocational rehabilitation, character program, and Alcoholics Anonymous
Community Services: Provides inmate labor crews to the City of Lancaster, Lancaster County, the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, and the Department of Transportation; provides a staff-supervised inmate litter crew who pick up trash along interstate and local highways.  


You can do a SCDC inmate search online at the South Carolina Department of Corrections website. You can view the photographs and public information on a specific inmate. You will need the first and last name of the inmate as well as either their SCDC ID or State Identification ID.

Allendale Correctional Institution

1057 Revolutionary Trail
Fairfax, SC 29827
(803) 632-2561 or (803) 734-0653
Warden: John R. Pate

Opened: 1989
Security: Level 2 (Male)

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Education: Literacy, GED preparation, and Adult Education. 


Industries: Production of janitorial products and packaging / Andersen Hardwood Flooring


Health Care: Routine medical and dental care on site with 24-hour medical coverage.


Programs: Recreational, religious, volunteer services; Impact of crime” classes.


Community Services: Provides an “Operation Behind Bars” program for at risk youth and adults to tour the prison and hear inmates describe what led to their criminal behavior and life inside prison.


You can do a SCDC inmate search online at the South Carolina Department of Corrections website. You can view the photographs and public information on a specific inmate. You will need the first and last name of the inmate as well as either their SCDC ID or State Identification ID.

Broad River Correctional Institution

4460 Broad River Road
Columbia, SC 29210
(803) 896-2234
Warden: Robert Stevenson

Opened: 1988
Security: Level 3 (Male)

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Special Mission: This institution provides housing for selected special needs inmates and general population inmates. The special needs inmates are those who require 24-hour medical care, inmates requiring dialysis treatment and male inmates who are diagnosed HIV positive. The institution also houses inmates assigned to the Agency’s Sex Offender Treatment Program. The Capital Punishment facility is located here also and carries out South Carolina’s court ordered executions. It also provides facilities, security staff and support to host revocation and parole hearings for the South Carolina Departments of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services and Juvenile Justice. Additionally, the institution provides housing for inmates placed in the Short Term Offender Program (STOP). The STOP Unit is a fast track program addressing the needs of male offenders that have shorter sentences, one year or less. It provides practical and useful life skills training, education, vocational, rehabilitation, and employment assistance for offenders who may not have previously had access to intensive institutional programs, pre-release preparation or community resources.
Education: Literacy and GED preparation.
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care on site with 24-hour medical coverage.
Industries: Industries operates two (2) separate plants. Prison Industries (P1) I plant entails four work programs. The Tag Plant, which manufactures all vehicle license plates for the State. The Metal Shop produces metal chair and table frames for supply to other P1 programs. The Sign Shop manufactures signs, decals, name plates, etc., for State Agencies, counties, municipalities, and non-profit organizations, and the fourth work program involves renovating and repairing donated computers for the Department of Social Services for distribution to foster care homes.
The Prison Industries II plant operates as one of the Agency’s Prison Industry Enterprise (PIE) programs. The company is called RM Design and it produces hardwood flooring for distribution to various retail flooring manufacturers.
Programs: HIV/AIDS, Therapeutic Community, Residential Sex Offender Treatment Program, Religious and Volunteer programs, Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous, and Recreational services. 
Services: Serves as one of the video conferencing sites for parole hearings in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services. 


Read more at thestate.com/2014/07/26/3586047/officials-across-south-carolina.html. You can do a SCDC inmate search online at the South Carolina Department of Corrections website. You can view the photographs and public information on a specific inmate. You will need the first and last name of the inmate as well as either their SCDC ID or State Identification ID.