Things to Know

  • Personal hygiene items are provided by the jail.  Special items are available for purchase through commissary.  
  • No medications are allowed unless they are in the original container with a valid, up-to-date prescription in the name of the inmate to receive them.  Any over-the-counter medications regularly taken by the inmate must be approved by the jail physician.
  • The following items are accepted for donation to the jail:  Paperback books in good condition and puzzles in factory sealed boxes.  These items must be permanently donated to the jail once they come in.  No hardback books or magazines are allowed.  This facility provides newspapers for the inmates. 
  • Staff will not pass messages to inmates unless there is an emergency involving the inmate or the inmate's family, so please do not ask.
  • Mail should be clearly addressed to the inmate and may not contain perfumes, stickers or any contraband items.  Return address and name of the sender must be present and legible.  Inmates are allowed to have letters and photographs as long as they contain no profane or lewd content.  All inmate mail is inspected by staff for contraband and inappropriate content.  Polaroid prints are not allowed.