Change to Inmate Mail Delivery System

Effective June 17, 2024, all inmate mail correspondence (except Legal Mail) for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Detention Division, must no longer be sent directly to the jail.

To enhance the security and efficiency of our operations, all incoming mail must be addressed to our new off-site mail management facility at:

Incarcerated Name and ID#
Montgomery County Jail/ C/O Securus Digital Mail Center
P.O. Box 20124, Tampa FL 33622

Upon receipt, mail will be processed and delivered to inmates in an electronic format. This change is part of our commitment to maintaining the safety of our facility while ensuring inmates stay connected with their loved ones and legal representatives. 

Please note the following guidelines for sending mail to inmates:

  • All mail must include the inmate's full name and ID number.
  • Failure to properly address the envelope may result in your mail being returned or delayed. 
  • Pictures, drawings, etc. will be accepted for scanning and delivered in the same manner.
  • Anything that cannot be scanned will be returned to sender. This includes, but is not limited to, paper that exceeds 8.5 x 11 inches and all non-paper items.
  • All packages and certified mail will be returned to sender.
  • Any person sending any personal mail that wishes to have it returned to them must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope included in the original mail. 
  • All physical mail will be destroyed 60 days after it is uploaded.

The following items must be mailed directly to:

Montgomery County Jail
Inmate's Name
ID# and Cell Location
Conroe, TX 77301

  • Legal Mail

The following will no longer be accepted:

  • Publications- Directly sent in from a publisher, distributor, or authorized retailer (Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Walmart, etc.)
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we implement this new system. A thirty (30) day grace period will be afforded to non-privileged mail arriving directly to the jail, before it is returned to sender. 

Visit our Jail Division FAQ Page for more frequently asked questions.