Inmates at the Levy County Detention Bureau can receive mail at:
Levy County Jail
P.O. Box 1629
Bronson, FL 32621
If you have sent any mail to an inmate at the Levy County Sheriff’s Office Detention Bureau, and it was returned to you, please take note of the following reasons as to why it was rejected.
Any mail received for an inmate containing any of the following will be returned to sender:
- Stamps, envelopes, blank paper, blank greeting card, post card or home made card, or any writing utensil.
- Any papers that are glued, taped, or stapled.
- Magazines, books, newspapers, newspaper clippings, calendars, or any part of any of the above.
- Strings, ribbons, plastic, plastic wrap, or metal items.
- Glitter, crayon, loose stickers, or glued stickers.
- Address labels on envelopes (must be handwritten).
- Copied, scanned, or Polaroid photos. Photos may not be larger than 4”x6”.
- Photocopied or downloaded material.
- Any computer generated material.
- Drawings of any type.
- Any type lipstick.
- Perfume scented letter or envelope.
- Any sexually suggestive material.
- Any cash, checks, money orders, cashier checks, etc.
- Any mail sent to an inmate by someone that has been released from the jail, needs to have been released for six (6) months, unless approved by the Jail Administrator or designee.
- Inmates may only possess 15 pictures at a time. Once they have reached 15 pictures, they cannot be exchanged. If the inmate mails pictures out, they are still considered to have 15.
Inmate accounts are maintained by “Access Corrections.” Deposits can only be made to an inmates account by the following:
- Through the kiosk located in the Sheriff’s Office Administrative Building lobby, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding holidays.
- Website: www.inmatedeposits.com
- Toll Free Number: 1-866-345-1884, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Central time.