How do I send mail to an inmate?

Personal Mail

Effective July 28, 2019, the Pinal County Sheriff’s office will no longer accept personal mail.  All personal mail should be mailed to:
Inmate Full Name - Inmate ID
C/O Securus Digital Mail Center - Pinal County
P.O. Box 949
Lebanon, MO 65536


A return name and address must appear on the envelope. Failure to follow proper procedure will result in the mail being returned to the sender. The facility is not responsible for money orders sent to the wrong address but will make every attempt to obtain sent money order from the vendor facility.

All mail will be scanned into the system for incarcerated individuals to view on various kiosks and tablets. If you are sending pictures and would like them returned you must include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.

 Legal Mail

Legal mail, money orders, and publications directly from a publisher, distributor, or authorized retailer should still be addressed to:
Inmate Full Name - Inmate ID
C/O Pinal County Sheriff’s Office
P.O. Box 2610
Florence, AZ 85132


All Legal Mail is required to have a legible return address on the exterior of the mailed envelope in order to confirm the validity of the mail. If Legal Mail does not have a legible return address, it shall be subject to a necessary and appropriate search.

All incoming items will be screened and may be permitted for inmate mail including:

  • Letters and drawings
  • Money order/checks sent directly to Inmate Accounts
    • Checks have to be Cashier, Professional, State or Governmental
    • No personal checks allowed
  • Up to ten 4 by 6-inch or smaller photographs
    • Pictures must not be pornographic or sexually explicit
    • Pictures containing any type of gang signs or related material shall also be denied)
  • Postcards
  • Publications directly from a publisher, distributor, or authorized retailer
    • Inmates/detainees are only allowed to accumulate and maintain three books and a bible in their cells at one time
  • Legal mail pertaining to an inmate/detainee’s case or legal proceedings
    • Legal mail will not undergo the same screening as regular incoming mail
  • Mail received with adhesives or All stamps shall be removed from all envelopes and papers
  • Stickers or other adhesive items will not be allowed to reduce the defacement of county property

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1. How do I send mail to an inmate?
2. How do I send or provide money to an inmate?
3. How do I post a bond for someone?
4. Why do you need my family member’s insurance information?
5. Can my family member use our private physician while in jail?
6. Will my family member get adequate medical care while in jail?
7. Why are inmates made to pay for medical care?
8. Will my family member get to see a religious leader while in jail?
9. Will my family member get enough to eat while in jail?
10. How do I visit someone in Jail?
11. What are the visiting hours?
12. What identification do I have to have to visit?
13. Can I bring the children?
14. How old must someone be to visit?
15. How can I contact the Detention Center?
16. How do I get an emergency message to my family member in your custody?
17. What may I bring into the facility when I am visiting?
18. What is the proper dress code for visitation?
19. May I drop off clothing and food items for my family member?
20. How do I pick up my family members property?
21. If my family member has a complaint, how do they try to solve it?
22. What happens if our family member gets in trouble while in jail? Will they have to stay there longer?
23. What if my family member has an appointment with an outside physician while in jail?
24. What happens if a family member in jail is indigent “without money?”
25. What is the estimated time for an inmate’s release?
26. How can my family members contact me?
27. What are the requirements of the Work Release Program?
28. How do I self surrender?