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If your inmate gets moved or released, simply send us the new address and they will not miss an issue.Read more
yes, IA postcards are accepted at every facilityRead more
Yes, inmates in the SHU are only eligible to get and send mail. The mail is delivered on a normal schedule. They are allowed ONE 15-minute phone call per week.Read more
We are not aware of any facility allowing nudity sent in through the mail. I definitely would have LOVED it!! But, they get rejected routinely for as little as a nip-slip. We feel bad for your fiance, he'll have to revert to the ones of you that got through. We love you for doing that for your guy!Read more
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We would call the facility and ask to speak with the mail room supervisor to find out why.Read more
Not directly. You could imagine the ways that they could accomplish it thought by having someone on the outside do it for them.Read more
The inmates can send all the letters they want, provided they buy stamps in the commissary for postage. The inmates without money on their books can get stamps and letter writing material for free (as indigent inmates).Read more
It is a physical letter that is sent via USPS. The inmate gets to hold it in their hands. It is especially rewarding when they get pictures in that envelope at mail call, tooRead more