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You will have to create a "Personal Inmate Page" with your inmate's information, their inmate ID # and the facility they are incarcerated in. Once that page is created, you will then be able to click a button "Send Letter" and process letters and photos right there.Read more
Once you have selected an inmate from "Search Personal Inmate Page" - you are then taken to their Personal Page - at the top of their profile, there are two buttons, one says "Send a Letter", the other "Follow Inmate". If you follow inmates, you can then interact with them via InmateAid where you can write them and they can write you back through our Response Service - sort of like a Pen Pal feature, especially if you do notRead more
Delivery is between 1-3 days but be mindful that all of the mail is opened and inspected for contraband by the prison staff. This sometimes delays actual delivery to the inmate.Read more
There are provisions for visitation where an out-of-town visitor may be granted a "Special Visit". You must have your inmate get written approval for such a visit. If you just show up and ask to go in, you will be turned away. Counselors, unit managers or wardens usually grant these requests - provided they are not frequent.Read more
The InmateAid discount telephone service will be online May 1st with a special offer to our members. We will be inviting you to sign up for a rate that is the lowest in the industry for prison-inmate calling. If we can get you signed up any earlier we will be sure to let you know!Read more
All letters and photos are delivered daily by US Mail. It will take one or three days but please be mindful that the prison staff will open every piece of mail for contraband. Therefore, the actual delivery date that it makes it to mail call depends solely on the prison staff.Read more
The standard is 1-3 days. Please understand that the prison or jail will open and inspect every piece of mail for contraband. In some cases, this delays the actual delivery to the inmate at mail call.Read more
You will only know that your inmate has received your letter when they tell you by telephone or by return letter. There is no verification process. Prisons consider mail a sacred item that represents a connection to the outside world. Prisons are sensitive to an inmate’s rehabilitation and as such feel strongly that correspondence is critical to that end. We have a strict policy, in the event that a letter gets returned to us, we effort to locate that inmate'sRead more
You can send money by clicking Western Union – and go to their Inmate Page and send your inmate money without leaving your home.Read more
Probation violation of any kind is usually not a good thing. The sentencing judge is almost always the decision-maker and they frown upon people coming back in front of them, especially while on probation.Read more