Send Photos to Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center
Need to send pictures to an important someone at Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center (FMWCC)? Inmate Photos can help you with that.
Inmate Photos specializes in getting pictures to that important someone who is in prison. Pictures can be photos, something you or someone else drew, or copies of pictures.
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FMWCC is located in North Las Vegas, also called Northtown, in Clark County, NV. Most people know this area as home to Las Vegas.
The prison was built by Corrections Corporation of America, which Core Civic now owns, as a women’s facility. It opened in 1997. In October 2004, the Nevada Department of Corrections took the center over and continues to run it. It has a 950-inmate capacity.
The mail address and physical address is:
Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center 4370 Smiley Road Las Vegas, Nevada 89115-1808
Family and friends are encouraged to send photos to the inmates at Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center. Inmate Photos makes sending pictures easy, in case you are not sure how to do it right.
People who work with inmates generally agree that inmates who have family pictures do better in prison and are less likely to go back. Pictures are a reminder of what they have waiting for them once released from prison.
To send pictures, you have to know the person’s name and Department of Corrections. This must be the first line of the address on the envelope. The NDOC Inmate Locator web page will tell you the number if you have the name.
The rest of the address should be written as we have shown you above.
Your name and return mail address must be clear on the left corner of the envelope. If the envelope does not have a return address, it will not be opened for inspection nor delivered.
If you want to send photos, you must know the rules. If you violate the rules, your photos will not be delivered. The pictures will be destroyed or returned to you. The prison staff opens all incoming mail and inspects it for violations of the rules.
The rules include:
Size. Pictures may be no bigger than 8×10
The inmate is limited to receiving 10 photos per day
No Polaroids. If you send Polaroid pictures, these will be destroyed by the staff or returned to you.
No personal deliveries. You must mail or email your pictures to the prison. You cannot hand-deliver a package of pictures.
Pictures cannot have violence, guns, knives and/or nudity. Pictures like this are destroyed by the mail room staff. If sent via email, the pictures are trashed. If the pictures show illegal activity, the pictures will be delivered to the appropriate law enforcement agency for further review and possible action.
Name and number. Each picture must have the inmate’s name and Department of Corrections number on the back. If you send four pictures on an 8×10 sheet, each image must have this information.
The Nevada Department of Corrections has a PowerPoint presentation outlining the current rules for sending things, including pictures, to Nevada state prisons. Each prison can have additional rules.
At FMWCC, the number of pictures an inmate may receive in one mailing is limited. Inmate Photos knows the rules, and we can divide your pictures into several envelopes to meet the rules. We can also mail on separate days to ensure your important person stays under the daily mail and package limit.
Unfortunately, the rules change from time to time, and you may not know until it is too late. Inmate Photos knows the rules at FMWCC. We stay on top of the changes. When you send pictures with our service, that important person behind bars will get them.
The Nevada Department of Corrections is moving to an email system for inmates. While this may appear to make it easier to send pictures, it is not quite as straightforward as it sounds.
Incoming email is read by the prison staff. Emails that violate the prison rules are destroyed.
Pictures are printed on regular old copy paper, and they only print them in black and white ink.
If you send emails that violate prison rules, including inappropriate pictures, you may be blocked from sending future emails.
Inmates can have electronic devices, which will store pictures. However, if the inmate violates prison rules, their device may be taken away and erased. All the pictures are gone. You must repay and resend the pictures if you want the person to have them.
Send Pictures the Right Way
There are many rules to follow to do it right when you want to send pictures to someone at Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center. We have a better way.
Inmate Photos can take your pictures and print them in color on photo-quality paper. We package and mail them to meet the FMWCC requirements. Visit us online to see how easy it is.