Inmate Mail

The following items if sent to inmates will result in the mail being rejected and returned to sender:

  • Any third party mail
  • Blank envelopes, stamps, and blank paper
  • Food or unknown substances
  • Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Purses
  • Markers, Paints, Crayons, Colored Pencils, Pens
  • Printed material not from a publisher
  • Stickers, Paper Clips, Glue, Staples
  • Photo’s not suitable for jail population: polaroid, gang activity, nudity, alcohol, drugs, illegal activity
  • Drawings or writing on the outside of the envelope
  • Incomplete names and addresses
  • Prepaid calling cards
  • Currency, to include personal or third party checks
  • Cut outs, tear outs, newspaper clippings, photo copies
  • Home printed materials
  • No more than 10 photos per letter and cannot be larger than an 8X10
  • Greeting cards cannot be trifold, multilayered or padded, or contain glitter, glued, or electronic substances. Greeting cards cannot be left blank, and cannot be larger than 8X10
  • Scrap book or tracing paper