Incarceration period is tough, especially interacting with their loved ones seems to be a challenge at times. To make it less difficult for them Lowell Jail started inmate mailing for the families to stay in touch with their inmates. Email has always been an effective way to communicate with your loved ones. Contact Lowell Jail for the mailing address and time, note no mail is permitted by Lowell Jail, Lowell, Lake County, Indiana to be dropped off.
To send a mail to an inmate, families and friends need to contact the Lowell Jail to check the rules and regulations. There are reasons why Lowell Jail is strict about their policies, security needs to be maintained all the time. Contact Lowell Jail for your inmate’s detail, correct details need to be mentioned.
For sending mails to your inmates, families are advised to contact the Lowell Jail for inmates Full name and ID. Often facilities have inmates with similar names so in order to not get confused full details need to be mentioned.
Inmate lookup is a database containing information about all the inmates facing their correctional period. The inmate lookup is a useful tool where you can check your inmate details. Where your inmate is housed, the date of joining and releasing and other information. Lowell Jail, Lowell, Lake County, Indiana update inmate’s location daily in Inmate locator to ensure that it is complete and accurate.
Lowell Jail assign booking number to all the inmates to be on the roster. You can track the status of your inmates on Lowell Jail's website.
Every facility has a list of inmates serving their period with all the details from Age, Sex, when the inmate was detained in which city, class and charges. Visit Lowell Jail update this list on a weekly basis. You can check the status of your inmate on Lowell Jail website or contact pigeonly.
The Mugshot is a photographic portrait of a person from the waist up, taken after a person is arrested. Every facility has inmate details with mugshot for identification purposes. Lowell Jail, Lowell, Lake County, Indiana has list of inmates with their latest mugshot on their website which can be referred by another facility or by their family members. Facilities often use these mugshots to identify criminals on the run. For more information contact pigeonly.
The Lowell Jail has a jail mail account where inmate’s can send and receive mails from their loved ones. In order to sign up for the service families need to contact Lowell Jail for their inmates ID and name. Sign up is easy and facility make sure your inmate receives all the messages from you without any delays. Lowell Jail has all the right to detain inappropriate message and to block any user for security reason. For more information contact pigeonly.
Smart Jail Mail connects families and friends with their inmate’s through an online communication in just a minute. You don’t have to wait for your mail to be handed over to your inmate as with smart mail by just one click they will get your message in a more convenient way. Contact Lowell Jail to sign up for smart mail and start communication with your inmate.
Lowell Jail has verified Corrlinks as their communication partner, now you can connect with your inmate by signing up with Corrlinks. Contact Corrlinks agent to register and start sending mails to your loved ones at a very convenient and affordable rates.
Contact Lowell Jail for the postal address and your inmates details in order to send letters to your inmate. Every facility has certain rules, check with the facility before sending any letters and make sure it does not contain any prohibited items or information or your letters will be seized.
Every facility has a list of active inmates with all the details who are serving their correctional period, which is used by the correctional facility for transferring and releasing the inmate. To check the status of your inmate, check with the Lowell Jail, Lowell, Lake County, Indiana . The list is updated every time an inmate is released or transferred to another facility . For more information contact pigeonly.
To mail a letter to an inmate in Lowell Jail, send on the address.
Please note the messages are further screened by the Lowell Jail for any obscene content for security reasons. Contact Lowell Jail for the rules and regulations of mails as some facility only allows letters in a white color standard envelope.
In order to write mail to your inmate contact Lowell Jail for your mailing address and booking number. On the envelope, write the name and booking number with Lowell Jail address. Also mention your details at the bottom of the envelope. Make sure not to mention any confidential or inappropriate message in the letter as every mail is opened, read and inspected by the facility before it is delivered . Contact the Lowell Jail for the prohibited item in case you are planning on to send something to your inmate.
An Inmate who is convicted of violating Federal laws are send to the federal prison. Contact Lowell Jail for your inmate Full name and booking ID is he is prisoned under federal laws in order to send mail to them.
By signing up with Corrlinks, send mails to their inmate online. Contact Lowell Jail for you inmates detail and to sign up for mailing.
Mails are delivered to from Mondays to Fridays, except on legal holidays. There is no limit to the amount of mail someone can receive, however, excessive pictures and letters may be held and will be placed on inmate’s property. Every mail or letter is screened by the Lowell Jail before delivery. Any letter containing any obscene and inappropriate message will be blocked for security reasons.
Mail rules often vary from facility to facility. Lowell Jail has no limit for pages for the letters that an inmate can receive. Nothing larger than 8 inches or 10 inches is permitted. Photos can be sent and will be counted in the page, note Polaroid is not permitted. NO obscene messages to be send and no business can be conducted by using the mail. All incoming mails needs to have in correct details (full name, booking number, address of the facility) No abbreviations to be used in the message. Mails containing pictures or messages outside of the envelope will be restricted and will be declined.
With Jail Mail app you can write letters, send photos and money to directly from your phones. Lowell Jail has listed the app both for android and I phone users. Now with just one click you can send message to your inmate from anywhere.
Postcard are a convenient way to communicate with your inmate. You can customize your postcard by adding your photo to it, a perfect solution to sending personal photos without the hassle. Contact the Lowell Jail for the restrictions on postcard as some facility only allows photos as the graphic side of a postcard. Nudity and glued or tape is not allowed. Check the Lowell Jail, Lowell, Lake County, Indiana link below to view the list of restrictions for the postcards.
Below are some example mentioned by the Lowell Jail, Lowell, Lake County, Indiana for you to follow on before sending any mail to your inmates.
Parole support letter
Letters which are written by an incarcerated person or by his/her supporters. Parole letters are an official communication letter which should be written with a letterhead including the contact information and address of the Parole board. Make sure the content of the letter is right and appropriate.
Letter of incarceration
An individual can obtain a letter of Incarceration from Lowell Jail record division. Anyone wanting a letter of incarceration must come to the Lowell Jail and show a valid ID proof. Friends and families of inmates cannot request for a Letter of Incarceration on another individual. No verbal request will be accepted to obtain a Letter of Incarceration. The Attorney can request Lowell Jail to obtain a Letter of Incarceration on their clients.
Inmate letter to judge
Make sure letter should be professional and should not contain any slangs and inappropriate message. The letter should be addressed to judge and should contain the Judge’s name, title and address.
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