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    CONNECUITT DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION MAIL GUIDELINES.

    THIS INFORMATION WAS OBTAINED FROM THE CONNECUITT DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS WEBSITE.

    http://www.ct.gov/doc
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    Q. Can I write to someone who is incarcerated?
    Yes. All correspondence must include the inmate's full name and their inmate number in addition to the address of the facility where they are incarcerated. There shall be no limit placed on the number of letters an inmate may write or receive at personal expense, except as a disciplinary penalty, in accordance with Administrative Directive 9.5, Code of Penal Discipline.

    Caution! Those engaging in correspondence with offenders are encouraged to exercise caution with regard to the release of any personal information that could compromise their safety. Additionally, discretion is advised when utilizing inmate information from alternative sources such as pen pal web sites, that may be misleading or intentionally inaccurate. The Department does not control the content of information posted on inmate pen pal websites, nor are inmates allowed internet access. On a case by case basis, the Department does review the responses sent to inmates from pen pal web sites to determine if they are consistent with the safety and security of the correctional facility and the rehabilitative interests of the offender.

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    An inmate may write to anyone except:
    1. a victim of any criminal offense for which the inmate has served or is serving a sentence, or stands convicted of, or disposition is pending;

    2. any person under the age of 18 when the person's parent or guardian objects in writing to such correspondence;

    3. an inmate in another correctional facility, other than immediate family;

    4. a parolee or inmate on community confinement without the express permission of the Unit Administrator and the addressee's supervisor;

    5. any person whom the inmate is restrained from writing to by court order; or

    6. any other person, when prohibiting such correspondence is generally necessary to further the substantial interests of security, order or rehabilitation. (See also Administrative Directive 10.7 Inmate Communication).

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    Q. Can I send an inmate books or a magazine?
    Books and magazines can only be sent to an offender, if they are in new condition and are packaged and shipped by the book store, book club or publisher from which they are purchased. All in coming printed material is subject to review under Administrative Directive 10.7 Inmate Communications.

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