Texas Youth Commission

Texas Youth Commission Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: October 9, 2021
Postal Code
Travis County
Phone Number
1111 North Loop PO Box 4260, Austin, TX, 78756

About Texas Youth Commission

Texas Youth Commission inmate lookup: Projected Release Date, Race, Release Date, Bond, Last Name, Detainer Information, Booking #, Bookings, Address, Charges, Who's in jail, Court, Booking Date, Bond Information, Inmate Roster, Mugshots, Arrests, Grade.

Austin, Texas is home to the Texas Youth Commission. The Texas Youth Commission is a maximum-security state facility.

The Texas Youth Commission is composed of three facilities on the premises. The facilities are known as a level 4 and level 5 unit, a minimum level 2 unit, along with a maximum-security level 6 unit.

In the Texas Youth Commission, they will ONLY house male inmates. Adult male inmates to be exact.

You should note that the Texas Youth Commission is the home of the Texas’s Death Row as well. This means that the Texas Youth Commission will house some of the most dangerous offenders who was charged with some of the most heinous crimes.

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

When sending mail to the Texas Youth Commission, please ensure that you do not only put your return address, but you also have the inmates name and the inmates CD number on the envelope as well. This will allow the correctional officers an easier time to see what for who is.

Sending Money

For you to be able to deposit money into an inmate's account at the Texas Youth Commission, you will need to be an approved visitor. You can mail a money order to the facility, but on the money order, you will need to display the inmate’s number and the inmate’s full name.

If you are not an approved visitor, you will NOT be permitted to send money to the inmate.

Phone calls

Inmates in the Texas Youth Commission are NOT permitted to receive phone calls on ANY electronic devices. Inmates are only allowed to MAKE phone calls to their loved ones.

Phone calls are always monitored and recorded for safety purposes.


For you to have permission to visit an inmate in the Texas Youth Commission, you will need to have filled out, submitted, and had your visitation application approved. You will NOT be able to visit an inmate without filling out and having your visitor application approved.

If an inmate is in the reception, diagnostic, and classification phase, inmates will only be permitted to having immediate family members come to visit.

But, once they get out of that phase, visiting hours and visiting days will be solely dependent on the inmate’s custody classification.

Visiting Hours

Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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