Inmate Mail Guidelines
Warren County Correctional Center
All inmates housed at the Warren County Correctional Center are allowed to receive mail and other written correspondence. Incoming mail must contain the sender’s name and address, the inmate’s name, number, and the address of the facility.
Incoming mail (Example)
55 Main Street
Any town, NJ 12345
John Doe #1111
175 County Route 519 South
Belvidere, NJ 07823-1950
Books & Magazines
Inmates are permitted to receive books and magazines sent directly from the publisher.
Money orders received through the mail are permitted. Money orders must contain the sender’s name and address. Money orders received through the mail will be credited to the inmate’s account. The Inmate Account Clerk will give the inmate a receipt for monies received through incoming correspondence. Personal checks and cash should not be sent through the mail. The Correctional Center will not be responsible for lost checks or currency sent through the mail.
The following items are considered contraband and will not be accepted:
Photographs of a sexual nature
Permitted items sent in excess of stated facility limits
Items which exceed reasonable safety, security, sanitary, or space considerations
Envelopes with foreign objects attached to them, including but not limited to, stickers, crayon drawings, and lipstick, will not be accepted. Mail of this nature will be returned to the sender.