Sending letters to your loved ones in prison or jail has never been easier. We take all of the work out for you – make it a quick, easy process. Send mail right from your phone, tablet or computer.
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Search and find your recipient with our easy inmate locator tool.
Type a quick message on your phone, tablet, or computer.
Click send and we'll take care of the rest.
To most people, their bills come in the mail every day and that's the extent of it. To your incarcerated loved one, getting mail is the highlight of their day. Here at Pigeonly, we know that receiving a letter from your loved one also makes your day. We wanted to make this process as easy as possible for you to write inmate online, as we understand firsthand how chaotic the lines, trips to the post office, remembering stamps and envelopes and everything else can be. We've removed all of that for you – all you have to do to send letter to inmate is upload/type your letter, and we'll do the rest for you! We will print and ship your letter the same day. Our process is prison-approved.
Inmates love letters that offer personal updates, encouragement, shared memories, engaging topics, inspiration, books/stories, and a touch of humor. These words on paper become a lifeline, connecting them to the world beyond prison bars.
When writing a letter to an inmate, avoid threats, explicit content, and discussions of criminal activity. Refrain from sharing sensitive information, escape plans, or engaging in harassment. Do not include financial transactions or promises of money or gifts. Prohibited content also includes false information, inflammatory discussions, and inappropriate language. Be mindful of the facility's rules to ensure your letter is respectful and supportive.
Writing letters to prisoners can be done in two ways, One way is the traditional way with paper and pen and mailing it yourself. You must know the inmates mailing address for this. You can also avoid all the hassle and use Pigeonly to mail your letters from your mobile device. Pigeonly can help you locate the correct mailing address of your inmate to make sure your letter arrives at the correct address.
In General, anyone can write a letter to a prisoner. There are no specific restrictions preventing anyone from writing an inmate. As long as you’re following the guidelines and regulations of the facility.
Yes, letters sent to prisoners are typically read and screened by the correctional facility staff. Prison authorities have the responsibility to ensure the safety and security of the facility, inmates, and staff, which includes monitoring incoming and outgoing mail. Letters are usually inspected for any prohibited content, such as threats, escape plans, illegal activities, or any material that may pose a risk to the prison's security.