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(2) Submitting certification to Director Bureau of Prisons, up to one year. Speof continuing emergency. 30 days after cial restrictions imposed in accordance the Warden suspends operation of the with paragraph (a) of this section may rules, and every 30 days thereafter, the be extended thereafter by the Director, Warden must submit to the Director Bureau of Prisons, in increments not to written certification that an institu- exceed one year, but only if the Attortional emergency threatening human ney General receives from the head of a life or safety and warranting suspen- member agency of the United States sion of the rules continues to exist. If intelligence community an additional the Warden does not submit this cer

written certification that, based on the tification to the Director, or if the Di

information available to the agency, rector so orders at any time, the sus

there is a danger that the inmate will pension of the rules will cease.

disclose classified information and that [68 FR 18545, Apr. 16, 2003)

the unauthorized disclosure of such in

formation would pose a threat to the $ 501.2 National security cases.

national security. The authority of the (a) Upon direction of the Attorney

Director under this paragraph may not General, the Director, Bureau of Pris- be delegated below the level of Acting ons, may authorize the Warden to im- Director. plement special administrative meas- (d) The affected inmate may seek reures that are reasonably necessary to view of any special restrictions imprevent disclosure of classified infor- posed in accordance with paragraph (a) mation upon written certification to of this section through the Administrathe Attorney General by the head of a tive Remedy Program, 28 CFR part 542. member agency of the United States (e) Other appropriate officials of the intelligence community that the unau- Department of Justice having custody thorized disclosure of such information

of persons for whom special adminiswould pose a threat to the national se- trative measures are required may excurity and that there is a danger that ercise the same authorities under this the inmate will disclose such informa

section as the Director of the Bureau of tion. These special administrative

Prisons and the Warden. measures ordinarily may include housing the inmate in administrative de

(62 FR 33732, June 20, 1997, as amended at 66 tention and/or limiting certain privi

FR 55065, Oct. 31, 2001) leges, including, but not limited to,

$ 501.3 Prevention of acts of violence correspondence, visiting interviews

and terrorism. with representatives of the news media, and use of the telephone, as is (a) Upon direction of the Attorney reasonably necessary to prevent the General, the Director, Bureau of Prisdisclosure of classified information. ons, may authorize the Warden to imThe authority of the Director under plement special administrative measthis paragraph may not be delegated ures that are reasonably necessary to below the level of Acting Director. protect persons against the risk of

(b) Designated staff shall provide to death or serious bodily injury. These the affected inmate, as soon as prac- procedures may be implemented upon ticable, written notification of the re- written notification to the Director, strictions imposed and the basis for Bureau of Prisons, by the Attorney these restrictions. The notice's state- General or, at the Attorney General's ment as to the basis may be limited in direction, by the head of a federal law the interest of prison security or safety enforcement agency, or the head of a or national security. The inmate shall member agency of the United States sign for and receive a copy of the noti- intelligence community, that there is a fication.

substantial risk that a prisoner's com(c) Initial placement of an inmate in munications or contacts with persons administrative detention and/or any could result in death or serious bodily limitation of the inmate's privileges in injury to persons, or substantial damaccordance with paragraph (a) of this age to property that would entail the section may be imposed for a period of risk of death or serious bodily injury to time as determined by the Director, persons. These special administrative

or

measures ordinarily may include housing the inmate in administrative detention and/or limiting certain privileges, including, but not limited to, correspondence, visiting, interviews with representatives of the news media, and use of the telephone, as is reasonably necessary to protect persons against the risk of acts of violence or terrorism. The authority of the Director under this paragraph may not be delegated below the level of Acting Director.

(b) Designated staff shall provide to the affected inmate, as soon as practicable, written notification of the restrictions imposed and the basis for these restrictions. The notice's statement as to the basis may be limited in the interest of prison security or safety or to protect against acts of violence or terrorism. The inmate shall sign for and receive a copy of the notification.

(c) Initial placement of an inmate in administrative detention and/or any limitation of the inmate's privileges in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section may be imposed for up to 120 days or, with the approval of the Attorney General, a longer period of time not to exceed one year. Special restrictions imposed in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section may be extended thereafter by the Director, Bureau of Prisons, in increments not to exceed one year, upon receipt by the Director of an additional written notification from the Attorney General, or, at the Attorney General's direction, from the head of a federal law enforcement agency or the head of a member agency of the United States intelligence community, that there continues to be a substantial risk that the inmate's communications or contacts with other persons could result in death or serious bodily injury to persons, or substantial damage to property that would entail the risk of death or serious bodily injury to persons. The authority of the Director under this paragraph may not be delegated below the level of Acting Director.

(d) In any case where the Attorney General specifically so orders, based on information from the head of a federal law enforcement or intelligence agency that reasonable suspicion exists to believe that a particular inmate may use

communications with attorneys their agents to further or facilitate acts of terrorism, the Director, Bureau of Prisons, shall, in addition to the special administrative measures imposed under paragraph (a) of this section, provide appropriate procedures for the monitoring or review of communications between that inmate and attorneys or attorneys' agents who are traditionally covered by the attorney-client privilege, for the purpose of deterring future acts that could result in death or serious bodily injury to persons, or substantial damage to property that would entail the risk of death or serious bodily injury to persons.

(1) The certification by the Attorney General under this paragraph (d) shall be in addition to any findings or determinations relating to the need for the imposition of other special administrative measures as provided in paragraph (a) of this section, but may be incorporated into the same document.

(2) Except in the case of prior court authorization, the Director, Bureau of Prisons, shall provide written notice to the inmate and to the attorneys involved, prior to the initiation of any monitoring or review under this paragraph (d). The notice shall explain:

(i) That, notwithstanding the provisions of part 540 of this chapter or other rules, all communications between the inmate and attorneys may be monitored, to the extent determined to be reasonably necessary for the purpose of deterring future acts of violence or terrorism;

(ii) That communications between the inmate and attorneys or their agents are not protected by the attorney-client privilege if they would facilitate criminal acts or a conspiracy to commit criminal acts, or if those communications are not related to the seeking or providing of legal advice.

(3) The Director, Bureau of Prisons, with the approval of the Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, shall employ appropriate procedures to ensure that all attorney-client communications are reviewed for privilege claims and that any properly privileged materials (including, but not limited to, recordings of privileged communications) are not retained during the course of the monitoring. To

protect the attorney-client privilege SOURCE: 63 FR 55775, Oct. 16, 1998, unless and to ensure that the investigation is otherwise noted. not compromised by exposure to privi

8503.1 Bureau of Prisons Central Of. leged material relating to the inves

fice. tigation or to defense strategy, a privilege team shall be designated, con

The Bureau of Prisons Central Office sisting of individuals not involved in

is located at 320 First Street NW., the underlying investigation. The mon

Washington, DC 20534. itoring shall be conducted pursuant to

8 503.2 Bureau of Prisons Northeast procedures designed to minimize the

Regional Office. intrusion into privileged material or conversations. Except in cases where

The Bureau of Prisons Northeast Rethe person in charge of the privilege gional Office is located at U.S. Customs team determines that acts of violence

House, 7th Floor, 2nd and Chestnut or terrorism are imminent, the privi

Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania lege team shall not disclose any infor

19106. The following institutions are lomation unless and until such disclosure

cated within this region.

(a) United States Penitentiary (USP) has been approved by a federal judge. (e) The affected inmate may seek re

Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837.

(b) Federal Correctional Institutions view of any special restrictions imposed in accordance with paragraph (a)

(FCI): of this section through the Administra

(1) FCI Danbury, Connecticut 06811

3099; tive Remedy Program, 28 CFR part 542.

(2) FCI Fairton, New Jersey 08320; (f) Other appropriate officials of the

(3) FCI Fort Dix, New Jersey 08640; Department of Justice having custody

(4) FCI Loretto, Pennsylvania 15940; of persons for whom special adminis

(5) FCI McKean, Pennsylvania 16701; trative measures are required may ex

(6) FCI Otisville, New York 10963; ercise the same authorities under this

(7) FCI Ray Brook, New York 12977; section as the Director of the Bureau of

(8) FCI Schuylkill, Pennsylvania Prisons and the Warden.

17954. [62 FR 33732, June 20, 1997, as amended at 66 (c) Federal Correctional Complex FR 55065, Oct. 31, 2001]

(FCC):

(1) USP Allenwood (High), PennsylPART 503-BUREAU OF PRISONS vania 17887; CENTRAL OFFICE, REGIONAL OF

(2) FCI Allenwood (Medium), PennFICES, INSTITUTIONS, AND STAFF

sylvania 17887; TRAINING CENTERS

(3) FCI Allenwood (Low), Pennsylvania 17887;

(4) FPC Allenwood, Pennsylvania Sec.

17752. 503.1 Bureau of Prisons Central Office.

(d) Metropolitan Detention Center 503.2 Bureau of Prisons Northeast Regional Office.

(MDC) Brooklyn, New York 11232. 503.3 Bureau of Prisons Mid-Atlantic Re

(e) Metropolitan Correctional Center gional Office.

(MCC) New York, New York 10007. 503.4 Bureau of Prisons Southeast Regional (f) Federal Medical Center (FMC) Office.

Devens, Massachusetts 10432. 503.5 Bureau of Prisons North Central Regional Office.

8503.3 Bureau of Prisons Mid-Atlantic 503.6 Bureau of Prisons South Central Re- Regional Office. gional Office.

The Bureau of Prisons Mid-Atlantic 503.7 Bureau of Prisons Western Regional Office.

Regional Office is located at Junction 503.8 Bureau of Prisons Staff Training Cen

Business Park, 10010 Junction Drive, ters.

Suite 100N, Annapolis Junction, Mary

land 20701. The following institutions AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 301; 18 U.S.C. 3621, 3622, 3624, 4001, 4003, 4042, 4081, 4082 (Repealed in

are located within this region. part as to offenses committed on or after No

(a) United States Penitentiary (USP) vember 1, 1987), 5006-5024 (Repealed October

Terre Haute, Indiana 47808. 12, 1984 as to offenses committed after that (b) Federal Correctional Institutions date), 5039; 28 U.S.C. 509, 510; 28 CFR 0.95-0.99. (FCI):

(f) Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 00922– 2146.

(1) FCI Ashland, Kentucky 41101; (2) FCI Beckley, West Virginia 25813; (3) FCI Butner (Medium), North Caroina 27509;

(4) FCI Butner (Low), North Carolina 17509_1000; (5) FCI Cumberland, Maryland 21502; (6) FCI Elkton, Ohio 44415; (7) FCI Manchester, Kentucky 40962; (8) FCI Memphis, Tennessee 38134 690; (9) FCI Milan, Michigan 48160; (10) FCI Morgantown, West Virgina 6505;

(11) FCI Petersburg, Virginia 23804.000. (c) Federal Prison Camps (FPC): (1) FPC Alderson, West Virginia 4910;

(2) FPC Seymour Johnson, North Carolina 27531-5000.

(d) Federal Medical Center (FMC) exington, Kentucky 41101.

$ 503.5 Bureau of Prisons North Cen.

tral Regional Office. The Bureau of Prisons North Central Regional Office is located at Gateway Complex, Inc., Tower II, 8th Floor, 4th and State Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas 6610–2492. The following institutions are located within this region. (a)

United States Penitentiaries (USP):

(1) USP Leavenworth, Kansas 66048; (2) USP Marion, Illinois 62959.

(b) Federal Correctional Institutions (FCI):

(1) FCI Englewood, Colorado 80123; (2) FCI Greenville, Illinois 62246; (3) FCI Oxford, Wisconsin 53952–0500; (4) FCI Pekin, Illinois 61555–7000; (5) FCI Sandstone, Minnesota 55072; (6) FCI Waseca, Minnesota 56093.

(c) Federal Correctional Complex (FCC):

(1) USP (ADMAX) Florence, Colorado 81226;

(2) USP Florence (High), Colorado 81226;

(3) FCI Florence (Medium), Colorado 81226.

(d) Federal Prison Camps (FPC): (1) FPC Duluth, Minnesota 55814;

(2) FPC Yankton, South Dakota 57078.

(e) U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners (USMCFP) Springfield, Missouri 65808.

(f) Federal Medical Center (FMC) Rochester, Minnesota 55903–4600.

(g) Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) Chicago, Illinois 60605.

503.4 Bureau of Prisons Southeast

Regional Office. The Bureau of Prisons Southeast Reşional Office is located at 3800 North Camp Creek Parkway, SW., Building 000, Atlanta, GA 30331–5099. The folowing institutions are located within his region.

(a) United States Penitentiary (USP) Atlanta, Georgia 30315-0182.

(b) Federal Correctional Institutions FCI):

(1) FCI Edgefield, South Carolina 19824; (2) FCI Estill, South Carolina 29918; (3) FCI Jesup, Georgia 31599; (4) FCI Marianna, Florida 32446; (5) FCI Miami, Florida 33177; (6) FCI Talladega, Alabama 35160; (7) FCI Tallahassee, Florida 32301; (8) FCI Yazoo City, Mississippi 39194. (C) Federal Correctional Complex (FCC):

(1) FCI Coleman (Medium), Florida 33521-8997;

(2) FCI Coleman (Low), Florida 33521– 8999;

(3) FCC Coleman (Administrative), Florida 33521-1029.

(d) Federal Prison Camps (FPC): (1) FPC Eglin, Florida 32542; (2) FPC Montgomery, Alabama 36112; (3) FPC Pensacola, Florida 32509-0001. (e) Federal Detention Center (FDC) Miami, Florida 33177.

8503.6 Bureau of Prisons South Cen

tral Regional Office. The Bureau of Prisons South Central Regional Office is located at 4211 Cedar Springs Road, Suite 300, Dallas, Texas 75219. The following institutions are located within this region.

(a) Federal Correctional Institutions (FCI):

(1) FCI Bastrop, Texas 78602; (2) FCI Big Spring, Texas 79720-7799; (3) FCI El Reno, Oklahoma 73036_1000; (4) FCI Forrest City, Arkansas 72336; (5) FCI La Tuna, Texas 88021; (6) FCI Oakdale, Louisiana 71463;

(b) Management and Speciality Training Center, 791 Chambers Road, Aurora, Colorado 80011;

(c) National Legal Training Center, 791 Chambers Road, Aurora, Colorado 80011;

(d) Food Service and Trust Fund Training Center, c/o FCI, Fort Worth, Texas 76119.

(7) FCI Seagoville, Texas 75159;
(8) FCI Texarkana, Texas 75505;
(9) FCI Three Rivers, Texas 78071.

(b) Federal Correctional Complex (FCC):

(1) USP Beaumont (High), Texas 77720-6035;

(2) FCI Beaumont (Low), Texas 777206025;

(3) FCC Beaumont (Administrative), Texas 77720-6015.

(c) Federal Prison Camps (FPC): (1) FPC Bryan, Texas 77803; (2) FPC El Paso, Texas 79906-0300. (d) Federal Medical Center (FMC): (1) FMC Carswell, Texas 76127; (2) FMC Fort Worth, Texas 76119-5996.

(e) Federal Detention Center (FDC) Oakdale, Louisiana 71463.

(f) Federal Transportation Center (FTC) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73189 8802.

PART 505-COST OF INCARCERATION FEE

Sec. 505.1 Purpose and scope. 505.2 Annual determination of average cost

of incarceration. 505.3 Inmates exempted from fee assess

ment. 505.4 Calculation of assessment by unit

staff. 505.5 Waiver of fee by Warden. 505.6 Procedures for payment. 505.7 Procedures for final disposition.

AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 301; 18 U.S.C. 3621, 3622 3624, 4001, 4042, 4081, 4082 (Repealed in part as to offenses committed on or after November 1, 1987), 5006-5024 (Repealed October 12, 1984 as to offenses committed after that date), 5039; 31 U.S.C. 3717; Pub. L. 102-395, 106 Stat. 1842 (18 U.S.C. 4001 note); 28 CFR 0.95 0.99.

SOURCE: 64 FR 43881, Aug. 11, 1999, unless otherwise noted.

8503.7 Bureau of Prisons Western Re

gional Office. The Bureau of Prisons Western Regional Office is located at 7950 Dublin Boulevard, 3rd Floor, Dublin, California 94568. The following institutions are located within this region.

(a) United States Penitentiary (USP) Lompoc, California 93436.

(b) Federal Correctional Institutions (FCI):

(1) FCI Dublin, California 94568;
(2) FCI Lompoc, California 93436;
(3) FCI Phoenix, Arizona 85027;
(4) FCI Safford, Arizona 85548;
(5) FCI Sheridan, Oregon 97378–9601;

(6) FCI Terminal Island, California 90731;

(7) FCI Tucson, Arizona 85706.
(c) Federal Prison Camps (FPC):
(1) FPC Boron, California 93596;
(2) FPC Nellis, Nevada 89036–5000.

(d) Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) San Diego, California 92101-6078.

(e) Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) Los Angeles, California 90012– 1500.

(f) Federal Detention Center (FDC) SeaTac, Washington 98168.

8505.1 Purpose and scope.

This part establishes procedures for the assessment and collection of a fee to cover the cost of incarceration. The Director of the Bureau of Prisons has been delegated the authority of the Attorney General (see 28 CFR 0.96c) to assess and collect a fee imposed by the Bureau in the event the court neither imposes nor waives a fine pursuant to the Sentencing Guidelines 5E1.2(d). For purposes of this part, revocation of parole or supervised release is to be treated as a separate period of incarceration for which a fee may be imposed. 8505.2 Annual determination of aver

age cost of incarceration. Pursuant to 28 CFR 0.96c, the Bureau of Prisons staff is responsible for calculating the annual average cost of incarceration. This calculation is reviewed annually and the revised figure is published as a notice in the FEDERAL REGISTER.

8503.8 Bureau of Prisons Staff Train

ing Centers. The Bureau of Prisons Staff Training Centers are located at:

(a) Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Building 21, Glynco, Georgia 31524;

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