Inmate Mail Regulations
- All letters and correspondence for inmates must be sent through the United States Postal Service.
- Full name and return address must be on envelope or mail will not be delivered to the inmate.
- Certified or Registered mail will not be delivered to or from the Post Office by jail staff.
- Monetary funds for inmates must be mailed as a money order or cashier's check - do not send cash or personal checks.
Mail will be returned to sender if it contains any of the following:
- Polaroid type pictures.
- Pictures or drawings of nude, obscene, or sexually explicit material.
- Stamps, stationery, or envelopes.
- Magazines, newspapers, soft cover books, and similar items which are not sent directly from the publisher and pre-approved in writing by Corrections Sergeant.
- Hardbound books.
- Padded, musical, electronic, or laminated greeting cards.
- Non-paper material, including corrugated cardboard.
- Food or clothing items.
- Foreign/unidentifiable substances.
- Threats of physical harm against a person, blackmail, extortion, or any other criminal activity.
- Plans to escape, or depictions or description of blueprints or operational details on an institutions security.
- Material that threatens or is detrimental to the security, safe operation, or discipline of the facility.
- Plans which indicate criminal activity or violation of jail rules.
- Correspondence that is in code.
- Gang related material.
- Mail from another Penal Institution.
- Mail that violates a No Contact order, Protection Order, or any other court order prohibiting communication with an inmate.