Inmate Mail Policy
The Flagler County Jail has contracted with Smart Communications to provide MailGuard electronic mail services. MailGuard is a quick and efficient way for inmates to receive letters and photos electronically.
Effective December 5, 2022, inmate postal mail must be sent to the following address:
Smart Communications / Flagler County Jail
Adam Smith #123456 (inmate example)
PO Box 9170
Seminole, FL 33775-9151
Any mail received at the facility after December 19, 2022 will be returned to the sender!
The inmate’s name and booking/ID number must be clearly printed on the outside of the envelope or postcard to ensure the mail is posted to the correct account.
All regular inmate postal mail (postcards, letters, greeting cards, etc.) will be scanned into the system and available to the inmates to view via the kiosks or tablets.
Friends and family members are encouraged to subscribe to MailGuard Tracker. Sign up for a free account and view delivery status, receive notifications if your mail is rejected and download copies of mail that has been received and processed.
Legal mail, court documents, bank statements, and publications will continue to be sent to the facility directly at:
Flagler County Jail
1002 Justice Lane
Bunnell, FL 32110
All mail will be processed daily Monday through Saturday (excluding holidays). Inmates can retrieve mail on the same day that it is processed.
Inmates cannot receive cash or personal checks in the mail. Personal checks and cash (along with the letter) will be returned to the sender.
Unauthorized packages addressed to an inmate (either through U.S. Mail, private delivery service, etc.) or brought to the front lobby will not be accepted. These items will be refused and marked “return to sender.” Any approved items not normally issued by the facility may be purchased from the Inmate Canteen.
All items received through the mail that contain contraband or are unauthorized (such as hard back books, items that can be purchased through canteen such as envelopes and stamps) will be returned to the sender in its entirety. The inmate shall be notified in writing when incoming or outgoing letters are rejected.
Any incoming mail containing photographs, drawings, or cartoons displaying nudity or sexually graphic content may be rejected in whole or in part.