Incoming correspondence to inmates must be in a plain white envelope and the letter/correspondence inside the envelope must be on originally purchased, plain white lined paper, (no photocopies) and written with blue or black ink.
Greeting cards, colored envelopes, and colored paper shall no longer be considered allowable correspondence, greeting cards, colored paper, and colored envelopes entering the Jail via the USPS shall be placed in the Inmates property bag.
Books or magazines sent in the mail for an inmate must be new and will only be received if it is sent direct from the publisher or book store. All books sent into the facility to an inmate will become jail property upon the inmate’s release unless a receipt of purchase is provided.
All inmate mail must contain the sender’s full name and complete return address, the inmate’s full name (the name he/she is booked into jail under), If incoming mail does not have the above information on it, it will be returned to the sender. Letters with no return address or improper addresses will be sent to the U.S. Post Office for final disposition.