Inmate Mail and Phone Calls
Main Phone: (775) 328-2971
The Sheriff's Office now accepts email messages for inmates. Click http://www.jailatm.com and follow the on-screen instructions to send an email to an inmate.
You may communicate with an inmate at any time via the U.S. mail. We receive daily deliveries from the U.S. Postal Service.
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 2010, INCOMING AND OUTGOING MAIL WILL BE RESTRICTED TO POSTCARDS. THIS NEW POLICY WILL NOT APPLY TO LEGAL CORRESPONDENCE.
INMATES MAY RECEIVE MAGAZINES AND/OR BOOKS IF THEY COME DIRECTLY FROM THE PUBLISHER OR A BOOKSTORE. NO HARDBACKS OR ITEMS WITH THE CONTENTS NOTED BELOW ARE ACCEPTED.
Size Restriction: The maximum size allowed for a postcard is 4.25 x 6 inches.
Items that are NOT allowed:
No postcards with glue, glitter or tape
No defaced or altered postcards
No plastics or wrapping on postcards
No postcards marked with paint, crayon or felt marker
No postcards with attached labels or stickers
No postcards with watermarks or stains
No postcards with any biohazards, including perfumes, lipstick or body fluids
No postcards depicting nudity, explicit content, weapons, or gang references
No oversized postcards (larger than 4.25 x 6 inches)
No homemade postcards
Postcards will be available for purchase by the inmates through Commissary.
Inmates may still purchase stamped envelopes for outgoing legal mail. The envelope must be addressed to a recognized level organization or meet the definition of “legal mail”
How to address a postcard
Inmate’s name, then the word ‘inmate’ and the booking number if available
Inmates cannot receive telephone calls. Inmates can make outgoing calls by purchasing phone time or calling collect.
Outgoing telephone calls are contracted through OffenderConnect
There are 2 Easy Ways to Use OffenderConnect:
Telephone payment: 1-800-483-8314
View Also: Sending Money to an Inmate