Inmate Mailing Address:
Inmates incarcerated in Utah are allowed to receive letters cards (no electronic or multi-layered cards) and photos (no polaroids, or nude photos). Your complete name and address must be written legibly in the return address area of the envelope. When sending correspondence always include the inmates name and Identification number as the mailing address above shows, if you know the housing unit please list that as well. Do not mark the envelope or letter in any way. No stamps, pens or pencils, small trinkets, or jewelry or other items should ever be mailed with the correspondence. Staples, paperclips, lipstick, perfume, crayon art, stickers, drawings or markings of any kind will result in the correspondence being returned. Inmates may also receive New paperback books, magazines, newspapers or other printed matter mailed directly from Amazon.com (Be sure to include the inmate name and ID number and send to the inmate mailing address above).
Family and friends of an inmate may send funds in the form of a United States Postal Money order. Fill out the money order with the inmates name and ID number in the pay to/Memo field. Mail the completed money order to the centralized banking office at the following address:
PO Box 250
Draper, Utah 84020
The Utah department of correction encourages friends and family members of inmates who serve as good roles models to communicate and visit with an inmate. This can help the inmate in the rehabilitation process, and eventually with his or her reintegration back into society. Below are important things you should know if you are planning on visiting an inmate incarcerated in prison in Utah.
You must be on the inmate's approved visitation list prior to visiting.
Click here to access a Utah visitors application.
For more information on visiting an inmate see the visiting rules and regulations here.
Visiting Hours are as follows:
For current visiting hours contact the institution at the telephone number provided above, or click here for a current visitation schedule.
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