Sheriff announces new mail policy at Cass County Jail

Last Updated on May 26, 2020 by Cass County Sheriff's Office

SOURCE: News release from Cass County Sheriff’s Office

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office recently signed a contract to change the way inmates in the Cass County Jail receive first-class mail. Effective June 1, 2020, all first class mail sent through the United States Postal Service addressed to an inmate in the Cass County Jail will need to be sent to a third party vendor. The vendor will electronically scan the mail and make it viewable to the inmate on jail kiosks or jail tablets. The correspondence may also be electronically sent through

This change will provide a safer environment for the staff and inmates by eliminating trafficking of contraband delivered through the mail. Normal mail and content rules will still apply to the mail to be scanned and delivered to an inmate.

All non-legal and non-commercial mail should be sent to: County Jail
2043 S. Bend Ave., Box #309
South Bend, IN 46637

All bulk mail and packages should be sent to:
Cass County Jail
100 Court Park
Logansport, IN 46947

Sheriff Ed Schroder stated “The new mail process will provide better security for the facility while ensuring the inmates continue to receive information from their families and loved ones.”

Please contact the Cass County Sheriff’s Office at (574) 753-7800 with any questions on the mail process.

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