Category: Sending & Receiving Mail
The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office has put out information on sending books to inmates. The below is from the official BCSO website. BOOK DELIVERIES Inmates are authorized to receive publications… Continue reading "Sending Books to Inmates"
The Bexar County Jail occasionally houses inmates at other jail facilities. The ones used most often are Frio County, Zavala County and Guadalupe County. If you want to send a… Continue reading "Inmate at another Jail"
Certain mail an inmate sends or receives can be classified as privileged. Usually this would include mail between the inmate and his attorney, government officials, courts, the Governor, news media… Continue reading "Privileged Mail"
The Bexar County Jail does not allow mail supplies to be sent to inmates. All supplies must be bought from commissary. The Jail commissary carries stationary, envelopes and stamps. It… Continue reading "Mail Supplies"
Person sending the letter: To send a letter to an inmate you have to address the envelope the way the jail wants it. In the upper left hand corner you… Continue reading "Addressing a Letter"
To send a money order for deposit into an inmate’s account you must mail it to the trust fund address. In the upper left hand corner you need to print… Continue reading "Mailing a Money Order"
Inmates can receive mail Monday – Friday except on holidays. All mail is opened before being given to the inmate. Photographs A maximum of 6 photographs can be sent in… Continue reading "Mail Regulations"