Sending Mail to an Adult in Custody

Adults in Custody (AIC) at the Curry County Jail can receive mail Monday - Friday. Corrections Deputies will make black and white copies of the original mail and envelope at no cost to the AIC's and  deliver the copies to AIC's within 24 hours of it arriving at the facility. Original mail will be placed in the AIC's property. 

Mailing Address
Curry County Jail
C/o AIC Name
94235 Moore Street, Suite 311
Gold Beach, OR 97444

We will not deliver any mail that:
1) Plans for escape, criminal activity or violates jail rules.
2) Threats of physical harm, blackmail, or other criminal activity.
3) Contains or is suspected to contain contraband.
4) Is written in code or suspected code
5) Contains sexually explicit material.
6) Is addressed to or from the victim or other protected party

In order to combat illicit materials, the Curry County Jail will not accept photographs unless they are received by a recognized printer/publisher. (i.e Snapfish, Shutterfly,, etc). These items must come directly from the printer and not be redirected in any way.

Publications & Books
The Curry County Jail will accept newspapers for AIC's that are current subscriptions and mailed from the distributor.
Soft cover books will be accepted only if they come directly from the publisher, book store or book clubs.

Mail Rejection
Personal AIC mail is inspected by Corrections Deputies and may be rejected or confiscated due to violations of the mail policy. Rejected mail will be returned to sender. AIC's whose mail is rejected will be given notice and an opportunity to appeal the decision to the jail command staff.

Money by Mail
Corrections Deputies will accept certified cashiers checks, money orders or government checks payable to an inmate for credit to an inmates commissary account. DO NOT SEND CASH or PERSONAL CHECKS in the mail.