FCI Schuylkill Correspondence

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Mail Room



Mail is processed and delivered Monday through Friday. Mail service is not available on weekends or holidays. Distribution of mail will be held daily by the Unit Correctional Officer upon completion of the 4:00 PM Count. Properly identified “Special Mail” will be opened in the inmate’s presence and issued from the Mailroom, as soon as possible after receipt. Registered and Certified mail will be issued through the Unit Team.

Correspondence



In most cases, inmates are permitted to correspond with the public and family members without prior Staff approval. Inmates are responsible for the contents and context of all outgoing mail. Correspondence containing threats, extortion, etc. may result in prosecution for violation of Federal laws.

Inmates may be placed on restricted correspondence status, as a result of misconduct or a matter of classification. Notification of such placement will be given to the inmate, who will be afforded the opportunity to appeal the restriction.

Incoming Correspondence



There is no limitation on the number of incoming letters an inmate may receive; unless, however, the number received poses a burden on the institution. Inmates must instruct correspondents to include their register numbers and living units in the address, so mail delivery is not delayed. The mailing address is: Inmate Name, Register Number, Unit Quarters, FCI Schuylkill, PO Box 759, Minersville, PA 17954. Inmates must also advise correspondents that incoming mail must have a return address to be received at the institution.

Outgoing Correspondence

All outgoing inmate mail, except “Special Mail, “MUST be unsealed at the time of mailing”. All outgoing mail must contain the inmate’s committed name, register number and return address (to include the name of the institution) in the upper left hand corner of the envelope. Mailboxes for depositing inmate outgoing mail are located in all housing units. The Unit Officer will inspect and seal each outgoing item. The Compound Officer will collect all outgoing inmate mail for delivery to the Mailroom.

Outgoing Special Mail



Inmates will bring outgoing special mail to the Mail Room, Monday through Friday from 7:00 am – 7:45 am. Inmates housed in the Special Housing Unit will deliver their outgoing special mail to the Special Housing Unit Officer for forwarding to the Mail Room.

Inmates are required to place a TRULINCS-generated mailing label on all outgoing mail. If an inmate fails to place the TRULINCS-generated label on outgoing postal mail, the mail is returned to the inmate for proper preparation, in the same way outgoing mail is returned for failure to follow other processing requirements, e.g. lack of return address, etc. Inmates should not be printing any return address labels, such as Name, Register Number, FCI Schuylkill, etc. Any outgoing mail with a printed, return address label will be rejected and disciplinary action may be taken for misuse of government property. Only inmates located in SHU are exempt from placing a TRULINCS generated label on mail.

Incoming Packages



Inmates may only receive packages with prior Staff authorization, which contain release clothing and/or medically approved devices. All unauthorized packages will be returned to the sender unopened with a notation indicating “No Prior Approval to Receive Package.” An inmate requesting a package mailed to the institution must submit an Inmate Request to Staff Member to the appropriate Department.
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