Sending Pictures to Inmates at California City Correctional Facility
California City Correctional Facility (CAC) accepts pictures for inmates if the photos are mailed correctly. Sending pictures to California City Correctional Facility means following the rules and covering all the needed steps.
Inmate Photos only mails pictures to people in jails and prisons. We know what it takes to get your pictures to your loved ones.
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About California City Correctional Facility
California City Correctional Facility is owned by CoreCivic, the company formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America in 1998. It started out housing federal inmates and people for the Immigration Service.
The State of California started leasing it in 2013 to meet a court order to reduce prison overcrowding. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) pays almost $30 million a year in rent. This is the only state prison in California not owned by the state.
The prison is a low-medium security facility for men. It is about two hours north of Los Angeles.
The physical address is:
22844 Virginia Blvd. California City, CA
How to Send Photos to Inmates at California City Correctional Facility in 2021
Get the Inmate Photos app, it is easy to use and fast to install.
Choose California City Correctional Facility when asked where you will be send pictures.
Review the rules for sending pictures to your loved one at that facility.
Select pictures. You can take new ones, use images on your device or pull photos from your social media accounts.
Give us the inmate’s name and CDCR number. We print this information on the back of every picture.
Complete your transaction knowing you will never be hit with hidden fees or a subscription cost.
Sending Pictures to California City Correctional Facility
You cannot send pictures to inmates using the street address. All mail must go through a Post Office box. CAC has three main units. Each unit has a separate mailing address. Anything mailed to an inmate there must be addressed as follows:
Name and CDCR# Facility A P.O. Box 2696, California City, CA 93504
Name and CDCR# Facility B P.O. Box 2610 California City, CA 93504
Name and CDCR# Facility C P.O. Box 2760 California City, CA 93504
You need to know which CAC housing unit the man is in because the website does not tell you that.
Rules for Sending Photos to California City Correctional Facility
The CDCR has rules for sending pictures to the men at the prison. Some of these are:
No nudity or sexual activity in photos.
Nothing that leads to security issues for the prison, the staff or inmates.
The warden or the warden’s appointed representative may decide if a picture is not allowed.
All mail is opened and inspected by the prison staff before being handed to inmates.
The California City Correctional Facility
may have additional rules in place regarding inmate pictures.
Any time you use Inmate Photos to send pictures to a loved one at CAC, we make sure you have the current list of rules, including any CAC-specific rules. You read the rules and decide if your pictures will be allowed into the prison.
Emailing Inmates at California City Correctional Facility
You can send emails to men at CAC. All email is first routed through a private company that charges for emails. Sending a picture costs $1.10, or the equivalent of two first-class postage stamps. Send two pictures, and you pay $2.20. It can add up quickly. You can only attach one picture per message. A 5,000-word message, one page, costs about the same as a postage stamp. Each page is another charge.
Just like regular mail, all incoming email is opened and inspected. The prison staff views your pictures. If your picture is approved, the staff prints it on plain paper in black and white. The printed image is delivered.