Inmate property will is not accepted during visitation.
Detention Center (Jail) will not accept reading glasses from the public for an inmate. Inmates can buy reading glasses in the commissary. Indigent inmates will dealt with on a case by case basis.
Inmate underclothing must be white (no writing, buttons, zippers, etc.). If underclothing is not white, buy it from the canteen. Inmates turning themselves in to the jail to serve a sentence may bring:
- three white t-shirts
- three white pairs of underwear
- three pairs white socks
- three white bras – no underwire
Inmates will be able to receive a total of five pictures through the US postal service. Any pictures sent to an inmate over the five allowed, get returned to the sender.
Paperback books must be pre-approved by the Detention (Jail) Administration before shipping. Each shipment to the inmate must be pre-approved. All books must come from a publisher or bookstore.
Books with topics known to cause a threat to prison safety and/or security are not accepted. Materials which constitute a threat include:
- Materials which are obscene. Obscene materials, when taken as a whole, contain offensive descriptions of sexual conduct. These materials generally have no serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value.
- Materials which encourage physical violence or criminal activity upon any person or group. Such materials include promoting gang culture (i.e. tattoos).
- Materials describing procedures to construct or use weapons, ammunition, bombs, or incendiary devices. Materials detailing procedures used in escapes are also forbidden.
- Materials detailing procedures for the production of contraband. Also, materials discussing the introduction of contraband into the Detention Center (Jail).
- Materials advocating ethnic, racial, gender or religious groups are inferior for any reason. These materials must not make such groups the object of ridicule and scorn. These ideas may not cause a violent conflict between the reader and members of the target group.
- Materials in hardback format for inmate circulation.