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Corrections Center Rules

COMMISSARY. Purchases from the Commissary are made on a weekly basis as scheduled. Purchases are deducted from the inmate's trust account which is maintained by the Center, provided funds are available in the inmate's account at the time the order is processed. Orders are limited to $75.00 per week.

The mailing address to send mail to an Inmate is as follows;
Baldwin County Sheriff's Corrections Center
Inmate (name goes here)  MNI #
200 Hand Ave.
Bay Minette, AL 36507

REJECTION OF MAIL. Delivery of an inmate's mail may be with held if such mail is determined to be detrimental to security, order, or health and well-being of the inmate. The Mail Officer will maintain accurate records to reflect the inspection and disposition of each piece of correspondence affected. Inmates will be notified in writing when any outgoing or incoming mail is rejected. Mail will be rejected if it contains any of the following (not an all inclusive list).

  • sexually explicit material. Including drawings, pictures or vocabulary
  • racial slurs / vulgar vocabulary
  • information which violates postal regulations or contains obscenity, blackmail, extortion, contraband, unlawful threats, or communications in violation of city, state or federal laws
  • plans for activities/plots to escape
  • information pertaining to gambling, a lottery, solicitation of unauthorized gifts or money, or pursuit of conducting a business while confined.
  • codes or plans for activities in violation of Center rules
  • correspondence between inmates confined at this facility or other penal institutions unless approved from the Chief Corrections Officer or his/her representative
  • information which if communicated, would create a clear and present danger of violence and physical harm to another
  • false, malicious or derogatory information about officials or individuals
  • nformation or discussions about the character, offense or personal habits of any inmate or correctional officer
  • The Chief Corrections Officer may require incoming mail to inmates to be written in English only.
  • any attempt to incur a debt while in confinement. This includes mail order items, tapes, CD's, periodicals, etc.
  • letters with stickers, glued items, glittered, etc.
  • containing any form of contraband
  • unauthorized third party letters: inmates may not forward letters to other inmates.
  • padded or bubbled envelopes
  • has no return address
  • contains body fluids, hair, excessive lipstick or cologne ENCLOSURES. Enclosures such as photographs are permitted as long as they do not violate the Center's mail regulations. Six (6) photographs are allowed to be kept by the inmate. These photographs must be no larger than 5x7.
    NOTE: Polaroid pictures are not authorized.

MONEY. Money may be sent to during an inmates confinement. Money can be sent in three different forms.
1.  The Baldwin County Sheriff's Corrections Center has a Kiosk located in the Public Docket Lobby which can accept cash or credit/debit cards for deposit into an inmates account.
2.  A toll free Phone Deposit by calling 1-888-277-2535. 
3.  An Internet Deposit www.GovPayNow.com
All three are Secure forms of Deposit. (Fees apply to each)
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
          Inmate Name
          Inmate Number
          Facility Code
          Pay Location Code #5500

PACKAGES. Packages to the inmates are not authorized.

BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS. An inmate may be allowed to receive one (1) newspaper per day and to retain the same amount daily. Newspapers must not be hoarded. They must be thrown away the day after they are received. Outdated newspapers will be considered contraband and disposed. all newspapers must be sent directly from the publisher. They may receive and retain one (1) magazine subscription per inmate provided it is received directly from the publisher through the U.S. Postal System. Soft bound books may be received as long as they come from a bookstore through the U.S. Postal System and are inspected by the Center's staff. Inmates may retain, or have in their possession, a maximum of three (3) soft bound books.

In addition to the three books authorized, inmates may have one (1) religious book (Bible, Holy Koran, etc.). This does not count as one of the three books authorized. All others will be confiscated and disposed of at the Center's discretion. Hard bound books are not authorized and will be returned to sender. Bibles may be requested from the Inmate Services Officer or Center's Book Custodian and count as one of the four books allowed. Soft bound novels are available weekly via the Center's book cart. One book per inmate which must be returned by the inmate receiving the book.

For EMERGENCIES ONLY:   DIAL 911

NON-EMERGENCIES:  
(251) 937-0202 or (251) 972-6802

TDD-TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICE FOR THE DEAF:
(251) 580-2516

Copyright 2010 Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. All rights reserved.
This information is made available to the public and law enforcement in the interest of public safety.  Any unauthorized use of this information is forbidden and subject to criminal prosecution.
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