Official Website : Inmate ID # Lookup & Prison Mailing Address Verification.
What can inmates in Alabama DOC prison system receive from IMailToPrison.Com:
Back Issue Magazines
New Paperback Books
Used Paperback Books
Limit To Amount Received or Retained
Limited by Security Classification
Publications and Books:
- Inmates may receive no more than two (2) books and four (4) magazines or newspapers or combination thereof per month. AR 338, Inmate Property prescribes the number of items that inmates may have in his / her possession at one time.
- The publications should be received directly from the publisher or a recognized commercial distributor; and, must be pre-paid by a family member, friend, or from the inmate’s Prisoners Money on Deposit Account (PMOD).
- Receipt of publications by inmates in segregation shall be determined by the provisions indicated in AR 433, Administrative Segregation and Housing for Close or Maximum Custody, and AR 434, Disciplinary Segregation.
Calendars are not mentioned in the policy. The unit we contacted said the inmate could contact the captain for that information.
Calendars are NOT a recommended gift.
State Prison Information Updated as of Summer 2019
Authorities can and will change their policies.
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County Regulations: Sending Books to Inmates in County Jails
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Mobile County Metro Jail – new books from publisher or bookstore