Magazine & Newspaper Subscriptions
A variety of newspapers and magazines are provided to
the inmates through the jail library. However, should
an inmate want a subscription to a particular newspaper
or magazine, the following guidelines must be followed.
Newspapers and Magazines may be mailed to an inmate
only after prior approval of the administration has been
obtained. Each inmate is informed of how to obtain this
Newspapers and/or magazines that do not have prior approval
will be returned to the sender. Further, Newspapers and
Magazines must be mailed directly to the inmate from
The jail may disapprove, in whole or in part, any issue
if the contents are of a nature to compromise jail security,
order, or rehabilitative efforts.
Publications cannot violate U.S. Postal Regulations.
In the event that the jail library does not
have a particular book an inmate desires, he or she
from the publisher. As with newspapers and magazines,
Books must be mailed directly to the inmate from the
publisher, not a bookstore, and only paperback editions
will be allowed. To receive a book, the inmate must
first request approval of the administration. Each inmate
informed of how to obtain this approval. Books received
without prior approval or from someone other than publisher
will be returned to the sender.
Books must be paperback and cannot be larger than 11” x
7” in size.