Inmate Mail

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Inmate’s Name

P.O. Box 186
Colville, WA 99114


Items NOT allowed:

  1. Items that can be purchased on commissary (blank paper, envelopes, pens, blank cards).
  2. Stamps
  3. Unknown substances on paper, envelopes, or photos.  Lipstick, perfume, cologne, or scented items such as stickers, tape, post-it notes, labels, glitter (including glitter pens), glued on items, white-out, and paint.
  4. String, ribbon or confetti
  5. Musical cards
  6. Plastic, laminated items and metal objects.
  7. Cardboard, construction paper and cardstock.
  8. Polaroid pictures
  9. Sexually explicit photos or materials, including nude/semi-nude photos.
  10. Pages torn out of books, catalogs, or magazines.
  11. Food items
  12. Tobacco products
  13. Books, magazines, or newspapers not sent directly from the publisher, book club or recognized internet book seller.
  14. Used books, regardless of their origin.
  15. Hardbound books, regardless of their origin.
  16. Gang related material
  17. Racist or other inflammatory materials (advocating ridicule or scorn of any ethnic, racial, religious, or other group).
  18. Inmate to inmate mail
  19. Personal/Payroll checks.


Beginning April 1, 2018, money and other articles will only be accepted through the U.S. Mail. Monies may be electronically deposited through or by calling 866-345-1884. The only items allowed to to be dropped off will be medications or items that are medically necessary for an inmate.

Address:  Stevens County Jail
Attn:  “Inmates’s Name”
P.O. Box 186
Colville, WA 99114

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