We have one J6er in the Federal Correctional Institution in Safford, Jacob Anthony Chansley. He is serving a 41-months sentence. He goes by Jake Angeli, but on the envelope you’ll need to write his full formal name.
According to their website (https://www.bop.gov/inmates/communications.jsp#mail) , they encourage everyone to send mail, but you definitely have to include the inmate’s name, register number and the correct address, which you can see here:
INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 9000
SAFFORD, AZ 85548
The letters will be opened and inspected.
Inmates are also allowed to receive commercial publications without prior approval, as long as they don’t include anything that’s harmful in any way.
Inmates are not allowed to receive packages without prior written approval from either the unit team or an authorized staff member.
Inmates are also allowed to receive/send e-mails via the TRULINCS (The Trust Fund Limited Inmate Computer System) application. The messages will be screened. Access is controlled though, so every inmate has to be approved for it first.
If you want to send money, there are three ways to do that, you can find more information on that here (https://www.bop.gov/inmates/communications.jsp#money)
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