Mail is delivered Monday through Friday except for legal holidays.  All mail including pictures are scanned to the inmate through the tablet system.  The only mail that will be hand delivered is legal mail, magazines and/or books.  Inmates may not receive packages except for legal material.  Express mail requiring signatures will not be accepted.  There is no limit to the amount of mail an inmate can receive.  All mail incoming and outgoing is inspected for contraband and security issues.  Incoming mail is generally scanned to the inmate the same day that the jail receives it.  Incoming mail will be scanned to the inmate provided they are free from articles, words, drawings, pictures, or suggestions of hatred, violence, frontal nudity, jail safety and security compromises, or other issues which may jeopardize the jail facility.  All correspondence must be clearly addressed, must have a return address, no gang codes or markings will be accepted; incoming correspondence will be returned to sender, outgoing correspondence will be returned to the inmate, no drugs or other contraband may be enclosed in the mail, no obscene, provocative or suggestive pictures will be accepted, writing or pictures that tend to incite violence, riot, racism or threaten the security of the facility will not be accepted. If mail is denied for any reason the inmate will receive and “Inmate Contraband Form” which will be scanned to them notifying them of the reason that the mail was denied.

Inmates Name
P.O. Box 579
Labelle, FL 33975


                Contraband includes but is not limited to:

                Polaroid pictures with backing, etc

                Stationary, envelopes, or greeting cards, etc

                Pamphlets, paper clips, wire, staples, spiral bindings, pens or pencils, etc

                Food items, lottery tickets, musical items, balloons, jewelry, etc

                Personal ID cards, etc

                Heavy crayon, ink drawings, glitter, foil, cloth or clothing material or leather, etc

                String, buttons, bows, ribbons and any similar items, etc

                No Currency, etc

                Any other items determined to be inappropriate or unacceptable for safety or

                Security reasons


Books must be mailed by the publishing company and must be paperback.  Books that are pornographic or pose a threat to the security and safety of the jail will not be accepted. Any religious material must first be approved by the Chaplain before it is given to the inmate.


No photos or pictures that are pornographic, nude, suggestive, showing gangs, gang tattoos, or hand gestures (signs) are allowed.

Religious Items:

Any religious items mailed in must first be approved by the chaplain before being given to the inmate.