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TELEPHONE CALLS

The Bradley County Correctional Facility does not accept incoming telephone calls for inmates. Each pod has a telephone inmates can use to make collect calls. Persons receiving a call will hear a recorded message informing you the incoming call is from an inmate housed inside the facility. You will be prompted to choose from options that let you accept or refuse the call, or request additional information. You will not be charged for the call unless you touch the appropriate entry on your telephone keypad.

ALL CALLS ARE SUBJECT TO MONITORING AND RECORDING

More information concerning telephone calls from the jail can be viewed our visitation link by clicking the Visitation Badge below.

MAIL

Inmates are encouraged to send and receive mail during their period of incarceration. All incoming mail is searched for contraband. ANY MAIL CONTAINING ILLEGAL MATERIAL WILL NOT BE DELIVERED TO THE INMATE.

THE JAIL DOES NOT ACCEPT MAIL WITH POSTAGE DUE

The policy for incoming mail addressed to inmates changed this year and is limited to postcards only with one exception.  Effective March 1, 2016 inmate mail will only be accepted in the form of postcards, with maximum dimensions of 5-1/2 tall x 8-1/2 inches wide. All postcards must include the inmate’s name, sender’s name, and return address. Postcards that have items pasted or attached, and/or have been altered in any form will be rejected and returned to sender. The only exception to the postcard procedure for personal inmate mail, will be standard size envelopes containing, appropriate personal photographs, with maximum dimensions of 4-1/8 tall x 9-1/2 wide postmarked during the first 14 days of  incarceration. Envelopes that have items pasted or attached, or containing additional items of ANY KIND, will be rejected, and returned to sender.

INMATE’S LEGAL MAIL WILL NOT BE AFFECTED BY THIS CHANGE. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS

The address for sending mail to an inmate is:

     (Inmate’s Full Name)
     Bradley County Jail
     2290 Blythe Ave S.E.
     Cleveland, TN 37311

The Bradley County jail will not accept property or food items for an inmate from outside the facility. No televisions are allowed in the jail. All property must be purchased through the jail commissary.

EACH INMATE RECEIVES AN INITIAL MEDICAL SCREENING AT NO COST

FOOD SERVICE

Trinity Food Service, a service that is contracted to a private vendor, prepares three meals daily for inmates.

INMATE’S COMMISSARY

PROPERTY OR FOOD ITEMS OUTSIDE THE FACILITY FOR AN INMATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED INSIDE THE FACILITY WHICH INCLUDES TELEVISIONS. ITEMS MUST BE PURCHASED THROUGH THE JAIL COMMISSARY

Money in the possession of a person at the time of arrest will be credited to that individuals’ account. These funds may then be used to purchase various items from the menu of the inmate’s Commissary.

Accounts are initially debited for an inmate admittance pack, costing $5.00. The packet consists of detergent, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, tooth paste and soap.

Inmates may order hygiene items, over the counter medications, clothing items, candy, soft drinks, snacks, and miscellaneous items through the commissary. The cost of each item is listed on the menu. Indigent inmates may also order from the commissary.

Additionally, family members may register on line and purchase selective group packages called “My Care Pack” from MyCarePack.com.
My Care Pack is the Only Approved Vendor that is allowed to send Commissary Items to the facility.
Family Members can register to send items by clicking the logo below

MyCarePack support 8:00am – 5:00pm Mon – Fri at (866) 643-9557

ADDING FUNDS:

Money orders are no longer accepted for an inmate’s commissary funds, which took effect on March 1, 2013.

The booking office staff will return any balance in the inmate’s account at the time of release from the Bradley County Correctional Facility.

COURT INFORMATION

If you need to check to see if a friend or relative is in the Bradley County jail you may do so by calling the booking office at 728-7366.

The jail staff does NOT provide information about the outcome of an inmate’s court hearing. To obtain that information you must contact the Clerk of the Court inside the jurisdiction that has the pending charge(s) against the inmate.

The two courts held at the Judicial Center are Bradley County General Sessions Court (728-7049) and Bradley County Criminal Court (728-7056).

 

 

 

 

 

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