100 Court Park
Logansport, IN 46947
- Inmates cannot receive incoming calls. All inmate outgoing calls are collect. Inmates may purchase phone cards off commissary.
- Evercom is the company that handles our inmate phone system. If you want to set up an account or have any questions, you can call them at 1-800-844-6591
- Inmates may recieve mail that has been sent through the US Post Office
- Letters must have the senders's full name and complete return address.
- Pencil, black or blue pen, typed or computer printed is acceptable for communicating with the inmates.
- Please no stickers on the envelopes.
- Padded foam, bubble wrap, plastic, cardboard etc mailers will not be permitted
- Please refrain from using return address labels and destination address labels.
- Cass County Jail accepts completely filled out money orders and or cashiers checks. We do not accept cash or personal checks.
- For the safety of the employees, inmates and the security of the facility, Cass County Jail (CCJ) has adopted as policy - Incoming mail restrictions. Mail will be confiscated for the following restrictions:
- Incomplete senders full name (first and last) and/or complete return address
- Pages or clipping of books, magazines, and newspapers
- Blank paper, blank greeting cards, or blank envelopes (inmates may purchase these items off commissary)
- Photocopies of copyrighted material, books, magazines, coloring books, puzzle books, etc.
- Inmate to inmate mail (jail or prisons) sent to CCJ inmates
- Not conductive to CCJ penological interests. Includes the following but not limited to: lyrics/communication refering to killing, lawlessness, drugs, gangs, etc.
- Gang related, gang signs, gang tattoos, gang symbols, or drug related communications/photographs/pictures/drawings
- Artwork specifically for tattoos
- Obscene material or photographs showing penetration, or private body parts will not be permitted
- Powder, glitter, perfume, lipstick/lipgloss, metallis pen, glitter pen, paint, glue, crayon, stickey notes, staples, paperclips will not be permitted on envelope or letter.
- Any unknown substance, on the envelope or letter such as bodily fluids, coffee, food, white out etc.
- Greeting cards with glitter, padding, plastic ribbon, musical, glued, or tape. Some of these items cannot be searched without destroying the card.
- Polaroid photographs
- No hardback books or magazines are allowed.
- Should you want to send a specific book to an inmate, it must be directly mailed from a bookstore, publisher, or retail outlet.
- Once the inmate is released or transferred to another facility, the book becomes part of the Cass County Jail Library.
- Cass County Jail does not forward mail. Mail for inmates no longer incarcerated at CCJ will be returned to the sender.
- Personal hygiene items cannot be brought into the jail and must be purchased through commissary. (Unless transferred from another facility)
- Inmates have the opportunity to basic hygiene when they are initially booked in and can order once a week thereafter. Commissary is ordered on Mondays and delivered on Tuesdays.
- There is a $100.00 limit on commissary orders
- If an inmate is released from CCJ before commissary is distributed the inmate may release their commissary to another inmate or pick up within 72 hours or it becomes property of CCJ.
- Visitation for males are Wednesday 4:30 to 9:00pm
- Visitation for females are Saturdays 1:00 to 4:00pm
- DOC inmates are Sundays 8:30 to 11:00am and 12:00 to 4:00pm
- Inmates must fill out a visitation sheet before visitors may visit.
- Visitors must be 18 years of age
- Convicted felons are not permitted to visit
- A photo ID and or drivers license is required to visit
- No food or drinks in visitation
- No cameras or cell phones in visitation