Staying in contact with an incarcerated loved one can have a significant positive impact on your relationship and mental health. When you keep in contact with an incarcerated individual, it can make a world of difference in their motivation and outlook on life. Phone calls, in-person visits, and sending letters are all great ways to keep that connection alive. In addition, one of the most impactful ways you can stay connected to your incarcerated loved one is by sending them physical photos to keep and look at when they are missing home. It used to be as simple as finding the right photo requirements and sending them through the mail; however, many facilities have recently updated their rules and regulations. Contraband and other problems have become an issue with jail mail, and some facilities are limiting the capabilities of sending loved ones photos. Many prisons are only allowing third-party vendors to send in photos to reduce the amount of problematic mail received.
What is a Third-Party Provider?
A third-party provider is typically defined as an external person or company who provides a service or technology as part of a contract. In the context of sending mail to incarcerated individuals, these third-party vendors are companies, like Pelipost, that take in photo submissions from individuals, print them out, and send them to the facility on the customer’s behalf. This eliminates steps for the customer, as they do not have to physically print the photo or stop at the post office. In addition, the third-party provider typically makes sure the photos are printed at the correct accepted size and only include approved content.
Why Does it Matter?
The most important step in the prison mail process is when the mail is physically given to the incarcerated individual. To ensure that the photos make it to that step, there are many rules and regulations you must follow, although it varies from facility to facility. This is where the importance of a third-party service provider comes in to deliver your photos to your incarcerated loved one. With many correctional facilities limiting mail from individuals, the third-party providers may be the only way to guarantee that your photos will make it through the entire process.
How Pelipost Can Help
Pelipost is an app that was designed specifically for the purpose of being a third-party provider for loved ones to send photos to incarcerated individuals. With the three step process of uploading your photos, sending them in, and the photos arriving at the facility, Pelipost simplifies the way you can send in your photos to your incarcerated loved one. Pelipost stands out among other third-party vendors because unlike other companies, we specialize in correctional facility delivery. Our customer service team is experienced in working with these correctional facilities and their rules and regulations. Our team is always available to help with questions about specific facilities and will even reach out to the facility’s mailroom if there are any issues with the order.
Ready to send pictures? You can download the Pelipost app through the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
7 Replies to “Why Specializing in Correctional Facility Photo Delivery Makes Pelipost Different”
I love this site I send my fiancé pics all the time it’s so easy and convenient for me
Thank you Rebecca!!
This page truly has all of the info I wanted concerning this subject and didn’t know who to ask.
Thank you so much Troy! We know it can be difficult navigating the journey with an incarcerated loved one so we wanted to make sure we provided resources to answer common questions. If there is another topic you would like us to elaborate on, please let us know.
My Son is in Forrest City, AR Federal Prison they make me use FreePrints to send pictures.
Thank you for letting us know Lisa. We will look into this further.
Wish there was app to email,love the sit for pictures