Sending pictures to an inmate at Federal Correction Institution Berlin (FCI Berlin) in New Hampshire is encouraged by the prison administration and the Federal Bureau of Prisons. If you want to send pictures to someone at the prison, you have to follow all the rules exactly.
Inmate Photos mails pictures to inmates at FCI Berlin and all over the county. We know the rules, and we know what it takes to get pictures into prisons and jails. We make the process easy for you.
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About FCI Berlin
FCI Berlin is a medium-security federal prison for men. It has an adjacent minimum security satellite camp. The main facility houses 775 men and the camp has 30 for a total of 805.
FCI Berlin is located in Berlin, Coos County, NH. The prison is on the northeast edge of the city. It is close to the New Hampshire-Maine border. The facility is just off Success Loop Road and it is east of State Route 16 and the Androscoggin River. It is three hours north of Boston and three hours southwest of Bangor, ME.
Pick the prison where you want to send picures to and input the inmate’s name and ID number. We send pictures to more than 6,000 prisons and jails.
Carefully read the prison’s rules. Make sure what you are sending will be approved.
Upload the images. You can send as many as you like. If the prison has a rule for how many pictures an inmate gets in one day, we will put pictures in separate envelopes to mail on different days.
Place your order and relax knowing that the inmate will receive the pictures you sent.
Mailing Pictures to FCI Berlin
FCI Berlin has a set of rules you must follow when mailing pictures to a loved one at the prison. If you do not follow these rules exactly, your photos will not be delivered. Some of these rules are exclusive to FCI Berlin.
Pictures of family and friends may be displayed in the housing units if done neatly and the area is kept clean.
Polaroids are not allowed.
You must mail pictures to your loved one. You cannot deliver pictures during a personal visit.
Inmates may buy a large photo album from the commissary. They can also buy small and large refill pages for the album. Storing pictures in an album is recommended.
FCI Berlin has an inmate handbook that sets out the rules for pictures, photos, and other images. Download the Handbook.
Also, you must correctly address the envelope:
INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER FCI BERLIN P.O. BOX 9000 BERLIN, NH 03570
If you do not know the inmate’s register number, you can quickly find it on the BOP website. You can even get the inmate’s full name.
The Federal BOP also has rules that apply to every prison in the system. A few of these rules are:
No nude pictures, sexually suggestive or photos showing sexual acts. These are returned to the sender.
The warden has the right to decide if a picture violates prison rules.
Images that compromise the security of the facility, employees or inmates are not allowed.
All mail is inspected by the prison staff for contraband and pictures that are not allowed.
Inmates at FCI Berlin have limited access to email through the TRULINCS system. They can only send and receive messages, but no attachments or images.
Know the Rules About Sending Photos to FCI Berlin
When you use Inmate Photos to send pictures to FIC Berlin, you see a list of all the rules. Since the rules can change, we work every day to make sure our list of prison-specific rules is updated frequently.