Hawaii Community Correctional Center Inmate Search and Prison Information
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Hawaii Community Correctional Center, is part of the Hawaii Department of Criminal Justice. It is located in the downtown area of Hilo, Hawaii, and is able to house 226 male offenders. It is a 1-acre facility.
The Hawaii Community Correctional Center itself was opened in 1995 to house nonviolent offenders. The entire facility was constructed as a response to prison overcrowding. The Hawaii Community Correctional Center is meant to house short-term or transient inmates. Most inmates are within 120 days of release.
- Facility Name
- Hawaii Community Correctional Center
- Facility Type
- State Prison
- 60 Punahele Street, Hilo, HI, 96720
- Postal Code
- Hawaii County
- Official Website
- Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday Closed
- Wednesday Closed
- Thursday Closed
- Friday Closed
- Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
- Holiday Closed
If you wish to search inmates of Hawaii Community Correctional Center, you can use the Hawaii Department of Criminal Justice offender search. It can be found here
You can search for inmates using first name, last name, gender, race, DOC number, and/or ID number.
Sending a Mail
Inmates at Hawaii Community Correctional Center cannot send mail to other offenders, but they can communicate with family and friends. All correspondence can be inspected except for legal mail. Offenders are also prohibited from communicating with victims or the families of victims. Offenders can receive some stationery items, as well.
Inmates at Hawaii Community Correctional Center can receive 4” x 6” photos, as long as they do not contain nudity. Polaroid photos are not allowed for security reasons. There also cannot be sexually suggestive material or gang-related content in the photographs, as well.
In Hawaii, inmates also have access to electronic messaging. This does cost a fee and is provided through JPAY.
Books can be sent to inmates but they must be paperback books. No binding is allowed whatsoever. No publications are allowed to contain nudity, incite hate, or describe the creation of anything that might put the facility at risk.
Send inmate mail here:
Inmate Name, ID Number
Hawaii Community Correctional Center
60 Punahele Street, Hilo, HI, 96720
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You can send money to Hawaii Community Correctional Center using various methods. Here are the methods:
Deposit funds at a Moneygram or Western Union location.
Deposit through four companies online. These companies are JPAY, Western Union, ECommDirect, and Touchpay.
Deposit funds through a phone, through either Western Union, Touchpay, or JPAY.
A deposit slip must be obtained from the inmate. Afterwards, send a money order or cashier’s check to “Inmate Trust Fund for [Inmate Name, Inmate ID]”
Send to this address:
Inmate Trust Fund
60 Punahele Street, Hilo, HI, 96720
It should be noted that there are fees associated with all of these methods, and they may vary.
During intake, inmates establish a list of telephone numbers that they will be able to call. A list can be updated periodically.
Offenders at Hawaii Community Correctional Center can make outgoing calls only. There is a limited time length of twenty minutes on all calls. Three-way calls and call forwarding may lead to the termination of a call.
On most days, inmates have access to the telephone from 7 PM to 10 PM. However, this is not available during a security lockdown.
The visiting hours at Hawaii Community Correctional Center are Saturdays and Sundays from 8 AM to 5 PM. Offenders must remain at the facility for at least 14 days to qualify for contact visits.
Visits may last up to two hours, depending on the circumstances.
Visitors can bring up to twenty dollars in quarters for the vending machines located in the visitor area.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.