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Writing lettersWriting Letters

Inmates are provided paper and envelopes for writing letters and may purchase stamps through the commissary program.  Indigent inmates are allowed a limited number of stamps.  Inmates are not allowed to use personal stationary and/or stamps. Letters or cards are not accepted at the jail reception counter.  When sending mail to an inmate, only the inmate's name, address, and your return address are allowed on the envelope.  NO drawings, gang writings, stickers, lip prints, etc. are allowed on the envelope.  All mail must be sent via U.S. Postal Service and addressed as follows:

IMPORTANT: Inmate Mailing Instructions Will Change on June 1, 2022

Effective June 1, 2022, all personal mail including letters, pictures, and drawings, will be digitally scanned and delivered to inmates via tablets.  

Starting June, 1 2022, send physical mail to:

Larimer County Jail
Inmate Name, Inmate Booking #
PO Box 2966 PMB 35803
San Antonio, TX 78299-2966

For example:

Larimer County Jail
John Smith BN#11111
PO Box 2966 PMB 35803
San Antonio, TX 78299-2966

IMPORTANT: The address must include “BN#” with your inmate’s booking number in order to be delivered. The inmate booking number can be found by navigating to the Larimer County Jail Inmate Information search and entering the inmate’s name into the search box.

The digital mail scanning does not apply to attorney-client privileged mail, checks, or confidential personal identification documents such as birth certificates which should continue to go directly to the facility:

Larimer County Jail
(Inmate’s Name)
2405 Midpoint Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525

Messaging

Inmates are allowed to send and receive digital text messages from registered contacts.

Messages are not confidential and should not include sensitive confidential information.

ViaPath Technologies (formerly GTL) provides tablets to inmate, which allows them to send and receive digital messages with approved contacts through the GettingOut system. To exchange digital messages with an inmate, you must first create an account with GettingOut.

Sending digital messages through your GettingOut account is fast and convenient. You can send messages through GettingOut online or with the GettingOut mobile app for Android or iOS.

gettingout

Phone Calls

Inmates are allowed to make collect and pre-paid telephone calls from their housing areas.  Telephone calls are limited to 15 minutes in duration to allow all inmates equal access to the telephone.  Times for telephone calls are limited based on the needs of the facility.  Calls from the Larimer County Jail are from a corrections facility and all calls are subject to monitoring and recording.  Inmates CANNOT receive incoming calls. If you receive unwanted telephone calls from an inmate, call the jail (970) 498-5200 and ask to speak to a supervisor.

If you are a verified attorney or professional visitor you may dial 970-498-5200 option #6 to access a free and non-recorded line to speak with your client.

Vendor Information for Prepaid Phone Service

 

 

Families can establish a ConnectNetwork account through the following channels:

Create Account

For help setting up a ConnectNetwork account online, click here.

 

Phone Calls

ConnectNetwork’s AdvancePay prepaid calling works by placing money on your phone number so that when your incarcerated friend/family member calls you, the funds are deducted from the balance on your prepaid account.

  • For more information on ConnectNetwork’s AdvancePay prepaid phone service, click here.
  • Más información sobre el servicio telefónico prepago AdvancePay de ConnectNetwork, haga clic aqui.

 

Ways to Pay

ConnectNetwork offers several secure and convenient ways to fund your account:

Learn more about all of ConnectNetwork’s funding options here.

Connect on the Go!

The ConnectNetwork mobile app provides quick access to our most popular deposit and messaging services. Using the app, you can manage your ConnectNetwork account, send messages, and make deposits into various accounts. It works just like your ConnectNetwork dashboard but from the convenience of your smartphone.