Mailing Address for Prisoners
Prisoner Name OB #
Palmer Correctional Center
PO Box 919
Palmer, Alaska 99645
- Prisoners may correspond with anyone unless such correspondence jeopardizes the safety of a person, a prisoner's rehabilitation, or the security of the institution.
- Prisoners may not correspond with their victim(s), persons they are court ordered not to contact.
- Prisoners may receive correspondence, and photos from authorized vendors.
- Prisoners may receive money orders, cashier's checks, and certified checks for $500 or less from approved visitors only. Personal checks and cash are not authorized; they will be returned to sender at the inmate’s expense.
Prohibited mail is any mail that:
- Contains plans or threats of physical harm or other criminal activity;
- Contains contraband, plans for sending contraband in to or out of the institution, or indicates other activities prohibited under 22 AAC 05.400, Prohibited Conduct For Prisoners;
- Is written in code that the reader cannot understand;
- Shows frontal undress, (see DOC P&P 810.03 for additional information);
- Solicits gifts, money, credit, or contractual purchases without the approval of the Superintendent or designee;
- Contains information that, if communicated, would create a risk of mental or physical harm to a person;
- Contains material that could reasonably be expected to aid an escape, or incite or encourage any form of violence;
- Contains audio or video tapes;
- Is in violation of a Court order; or
- Has been banned for good reason following an individualized determination by the Department;
- Contains unauthorized items on or in the envelope such as: loose postage stamps, stickers, white-out, homemade or laminate cards, fragrance, crayon, marker, highlighter, or other unidentifiable materials.