Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Instructions for Those Wishing to Write Michael Slager in Jail

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

To those wishing to write Michael Slager, his address is:

Michael Thomas Slager #0001514468 C/O
Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center
3841 Leeds Avenue
North Charleston SC, 29405

Jail rules for incoming inmate mail follow:


• Put your name and return address on the envelope. If an envelope arrives at the facility without a return address the envelope will be returned to US Postal Service.
• Put the inmate's full name (the name in which they were booked in under).
Address the envelope like the following example:
John Doe #1231231 C/O
Michael Thomas Slager #0001514468
Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center
3841 Leeds Avenue
North Charleston SC, 29405

• The only mail inmates are allowed to receive are letters. No packages are accepted at the SACDC.
• All incoming and outgoing mail will be inspected for contraband. Any mail found to contain contraband will be held by the SACDC and may serve as the basis for disciplinary or criminal charges.

The following items are not permitted to be mailed into the jail:

• Food items
• Clothing
• Books, magazines, newspapers, etc. unless mailed/shipped directly from the publisher and have a softbound cover
• Cosmetics, toiletries, etc.
• Stationary, envelopes, postage stamps, pencils, pens, etc. (Note: These items are available for purchase on the canteen. Should an inmate not have sufficient funds to purchase these items, the jail will provide access to such items 'free' at no cost to the inmate up to two (2) personal letters per week)
• Cash, personal checks, second party checks, traveler's checks, or non-U.S. Postal money orders
• Musical or electronic greeting cards.
• Paper clips, staples, rubber bands, stickers, glue, tape, string, or other similar items
• Prepaid phone cards
• Polaroid photographs
• Razor blades, disposable razors, or any item that may be used as a weapon
• Any item declared to be contraband under South Carolina State Law and/or by the Detention Center Administrator

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