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Most prisons prefer paperbacks to be on safe side. But as long as the books are coming from the publisher, like Amazon.com both hard cover or paperback are acceptable.Read more
All letters and photos are delivered daily by US Mail. It will take one or two 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
InmateAid sends letters daily through USPS, you get notification in your member account the moment they are mailed. Inmates do not have access to the Internet and can only correspond through the mail with stamps they buy at the prison commissaryRead more
If you have researched the inmate's name in the Inmate Locator and there is no ID #, you may send the letter without the number. There are some facilities that do not have numbers for their inmates.Read more
InmateAid letters are sent the same day they are created by you via US Mail. The letters/photos are delivered to the inmate at mail call a day or two after posting. Please be mindful that the staff inside the prison opens every letter for contraband which may delay the actual delivery.Read more
InmateAid prints and delivers the mail into the prison location corresponding to your inmate. The service is delivered to the inmate at mail call a day or two after you create it in the Write Letters/Send Photos service.Read more
Generally speaking, prisons consider mail sacred and will do whatever they can to deliver it to the person it's intended for. They will make ever effort to connect the name on the envelope to a recipient at their prison. The basic connection to someone on the outside is seen as a crucial element to rehabilitation and the goal of not having the inmate come back.Read more
Anyone can send mail to an inmate at Leavenworth, the only list you need to be on is for the telephone and visitation. Be mindful that ALL mail is opened and checked by the staff for contraband before it's delivered to the inmate.Read more
InmateAid's letter mailing service is designed to make communication easier on you as you can do it all from a smartphone or computer. Jails and prisons do NOT allow self-addressed stamp envelopes past the mail room. The rule is for the inmate to purchase stamps and writing utensils from the commissary.Read more