Harris County Inmate Mail

Harris County Inmate Mail

In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about Harris County Inmate Mail, including the rules and regulations, the process of Sending Mail to an Inmate, and what items are prohibited.

Harris County Inmate Mail

All mail sent to inmates must include:

  • The sender’s full name,
  • Complete return address,
  • The inmate’s full name (the name they were booked under),
  • The inmate’s SPN,
  • The inmate’s housing facility and cell block location.

Incoming mail without this information will be returned to the sender. Letters without a return or improper address will be sent to the U.S. Post Office for disposal. All mail sent to inmates is inspected upon receipt by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

Letters with body fluids (including lipstick), makeup, perfume, and other substances will be returned to the sender.

Correspondence is communication by letters and information provided by newspapers.

  • Newspapers must be delivered directly from the publisher.
  • Items like periodicals, books, and packages that do not meet the definition above cannot be returned to individuals incarcerated at the Harris County Jail.

The mailing addresses for correspondence are listed below. Please note that the Harris County Sheriff’s Office is not responsible for lost, damaged, or destroyed mail. However, legal paperwork from attorneys may be received.

The Harris County Jail has specific guidelines for inmates to receive mail safely and maintain communication with loved ones. Know About: Harris County Inmate Phone Calls

The following items may NOT be sent to inmates.

  • Greeting cards
  • Envelopes
  • Pens
  • Obscene pictures (Pictures depicting FULL or PARTIAL nudity)
  • Pencils
  • Perfumed letters
  • Markers
  • Packages
  • Stickers
  • Cash or money orders
  • Food or food items
  • Contraband
  • Stamps
  • Computer-generated materials downloaded from the Internet
  • Photocopied images or facsimiles
  • Medicine

Please note that only non-offensive photographs will be accepted. The pictures should not be sexual, should not contain gang references, and should not display guns, drugs or drug paraphernalia. Also, please ensure that the size of the photographs does not exceed 5″ x 7″. Each package should have a maximum of 10 photos.

Process of Sending Mail to an Inmate

  1. All mail should be managed in the following manner:
  2. [Inmate’s Full Name]
  3. [Inmate’s Booking Number]
  4. Harris County Jail
  5. 701 N. San Jacinto St.
  6. Houston, TX 77002
  7. After the mail has been properly addressed, it can be sent via the USPS (United States Postal Service).
  8. Mail is delivered to inmates daily except on weekends and holidays.

Visit the Harris County Sheriff’s Office website for more information.

Mailing Address

Inmates Housed at:Mailing Address
700 N. San Jacinto St.Harris County Sheriff’s Office
700 N. San Jacinto
Houston, TX 77002
701 or 711 N. San JacintoHarris County Sheriff’s Office
701 N. San Jacinto
Houston, TX 77002
1307 Baker StreetHarris County Sheriff’s Office
1307 Baker St.
Houston, TX 77002
1200 Baker StreetHarris County Sheriff’s Office
1200 Baker St.
Houston, TX 77002

Outsource jail facility address and contact

Inmates Housed at:Facility AddressPhone #
LaSalle Corrections Center (XL55/XL56)15976 US-165, Olla LA 71465(318) 495-6200
Giles W. Dalby Correction Facility (PT55, PT56, PT57)MTC Giles Dalby TX
Name, SPN
PO Box 247
Phoenix, MD 21131
(806) 990-2175
LaSalle – Jefferson County Downtown Jail(X281, X282, X283)1001 Pearl St, Beaumont, TX 77701(409) 434-4653

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