Inmate Mail

  • All incoming mail, except other specifically approved items, must be no larger than an 8.5 by 11 inches’ letter (regular paper/no card stock) or in the form of an e-message.
  • Outgoing mail from inmates will be in the form of a postcard or e-message.
  • Mail received other than authorized items will be returned to the sender.
  • Mail must have the sender's full name and complete return address.
  • Mail for inmates need to be sent to the following address:

Cache County Jail
<Inmate’s Full Name>
1225 W. 200 N., Suite 100
Logan, UT 84321

  • Mail cannot have glitter, perfume, lipstick, or any obscene material, gang-related, stickers, tattoo patterns, textiles, adhesives, tape, white-out, metallic/glitter pen, crayon, marker, paint, perfume, plastic, rubber, staples or any metal.
  • Photographs may be mailed to the inmate. (No more than 5 photographs in an envelope) The photographs may not exceed 5 inches by 7 inches in size. The inmate's name and name number must be written on the back of each photograph.
  • Inmates' photographs will be scanned and delivered electronically.  Please do not send photographs that you wish to be preserved. 
  • After 7 days all incoming mail and photographs, except legal and privileged mail, are disposed of as the inmates have access to that mail in the scanned form. 
  • Books and magazines are available through the Jail Library. Should you want to send a specific book to an inmate, it must be directly mailed from a bookstore, publisher, or retail outlet. Nothing can be written in or added to the book.
  • No hardback books are accepted.
  • Once the inmate is released or transferred to another facility, the book becomes part of the Cache County Jail Library.
  • Packages from private residences, businesses, or post office boxes will be returned to the sender. A package is defined as a box or mail item (special delivery, UPS, etc.) larger/thicker than a letter that contains what a reasonable person would observe to be over 100 pages (1/2” thick) of material. Exceptions include: pre-approved medical, attorney-client mail marked with the designation of “legal privileged mail” or words to that effect, and softcover books (see books and magazines above).
  • Cache County Jail does not forward mail. Mail for inmates no longer incarcerated at CCJ will be returned to the sender.