- Any incoming correspondence sent to inmates/detainees:
- Inmates/detainee’s name
- Inmate/detainee’s BOC number
- Facility name and address
- Name and full address of the sender
- Inmates/detainees will be allowed to send/receive confidential correspondence from:
- Territorial agencies regarding child custody proceedings
- Territorial and federal judges and courts
- Territorial officials appointed by the Governor, including the PREA Coordinator
- Territorial and federal elected officials
- Officials of a foreign consulate
- Verified legal service providers/organizations (e.g., American Civil Liberties Union, Prison Law Office, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, etc.)
- All incoming general correspondence is subject to being read, in part, or in full, and searched for contraband before it is delivered to the inmate/detainee.
- Inmates/detainees will be allowed to have money orders or cashier's checks sent to them.It must be made payable to the inmate/detainee. No foreign currency.
- Incoming special correspondence should be marked “Confidential” and must bear the name and title of a sender.
- Correspondence promoting illegal activity is strictly prohibited, e.g. publicatios, pictures or illustrations related to riots, escape, terrorism, drugs, weapons or racism .