All mail is screened entering and leaving the facility. Inmates are not permitted to have any writing supplies, such as stamps, paper, envelopes, mailed to them at the facility. Items needed for writing are available for purchase from commissary. Inmates are only permitted 50 pictures in their cell at any time. Laminated materials are not permitted in the facility, and should not be sent to an inmate in the mail.
Warden Implements New Mail Protocols for Inmates Aug. 1
Wayne County Correctional Facility announces the implementation of a new inmate mail delivery service. MailGuard, powered by Smart Communications, has been installed on kiosks and tablets in all housing units and is available to inmates for outside and internal communications.
The changes are being made to streamline the operations of the facility, improve communications, and ensure the safety and well-being of inmates and staff. In order to maintain the security and safety of inmates and staff, effective August 1, 2020, inmate postal mail must be sent to the following address:
[INMATE NAME] – [INMATE ID]
c/o Smart Communications
PO Box 700
Pinellas Park, FL 33781
The inmates Name and ID NUmber must be clearly printed on the outside of the envelope or postcard to ensure mail delivery. All regular inmate postal mail (postcards, letters, greeting cards, etc.) will be scanned into the system and made available to the inmates to view digitally.
Legal mail, court documents and bank statements will continue to be sent to the facility directly.
After being released, inmates may log onto smartjailmail.com using their same login credentials to download/save postal mail in PDF format. Officials recommend family and friends register at www.mailguardtracker.com to receive notices when your mail is received, reviewed, and viewed by the inmate.