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Subject: Sending mail inside

You are not allowed to receive communication from ANY felon.  There are exceptions that must be granted with permission by both facilities.  Those cases are when the inmates are related.

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Subject: Offender phone calls

Phones are usually turned on at 6am and are turned off at 9:30pm.  There may also be times during the day where there is no access to them - the rules inside every facility change without notice and the inmates have to deal with the inconsistencies.

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Subject: Sending mail inside

Generally, it takes 1-2 days to be received by the prison. The prison staff inspects each piece of mail for contraband which sometimes delays actual delivery to the inmate at mail call. Inmates have “mail call” Monday through Friday and are notified of incoming mail during that time.

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Subject: Sending mail inside

InmateAid has a service that allows inmates to write a member through the site. Some members would like to write inmates but keep their address confidential.  This service works for members who would like a pen pal relationship without having to disclose where they live.  The service cost $1.49 to retrieve the letter from you account.

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Subject: Visitation

The visitation for juvenile facilities is strict and might be limited to family members only. There are other restrictions that come in play depending upon the offense level of the person you are wishing to visit

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Subject: Commissary

We do not have a current copy of the ADC commissary list. There are some current commissary lists that we have listed for the federal prisons which include the prices. You should access these examples and consider them very accurate because the prices are not that different as the prisons buy their goods from one or two suppliers. There is a standardization that creates a “resale pricing guide” to fit an inmate’s budget constriction. The first month is the most

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Subject: Sending mail inside

Generally, it takes 1-3 days to be received by the prison. The prison staff inspects each piece of mail for contraband which sometimes delays actual delivery to the inmate at mail call.

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Subject: Sending mail inside

InmateAid's letter writing service is NOT an email contact with the inmates. Inmates DO NOT have Internet access - they can only receive letters and photos via US Postal Service.

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Subject: General prison/jail questions

You may search for registered inmates using the "Search InmateAid Profiles". Type in their name, if there are no profiles matching you may create one within your member account.

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