Inmate Photos can send your picture to inmates at North Kern State Prison without any hassles or problems. Sending pictures to loved ones behind bars is all we do. We make the process easy and fast.
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NORTH KERN STATE PRISON
North Kern State Prison is a medium-security prison with a minimum support facility on the same campus. The minimum support facility houses a Level 1 firehouse. It opened in 1993.
It is a reception unit where inmates are held for up to 90s days while staff classifies them for placement into one of California’s state prisons. The facility also serves as the Central-Southern California transportation hub for the California Department of Corrections.
Located just outside Delano, it is a few miles north of Bakersfield, just off California Highway 99. Kern Valley State Prison is a maximum security facility that houses inmates long-term; it is about a mile away. The two facilities give Kern County, CA, one of the highest state inmate populations of any county in the U.S. The two prisons have greatly spurred economic development in Delano.
The street address is:
North Kern State Prison 2737 West Cecil Avenue Delano, CA 93215
Pictures cannot be sent to the street address. They must go to the prison’s Post Office box (see below).
SENDING PICTURES TO NORTH KERN STATE PRISON
Sending pictures to someone at North Kern State Prison is easy with Inmate Photos. We take care of all the hard work. You just decide what photos to send.
You must know the rules. We supply you with a copy of the current inmate picture rules for the prison. If you need to send pictures to a different prison, just search the free app for that prison and review the list of rules for the facility. Every prison can have different rules.
Anything that violates prison rules is either returned to you or destroyed. The prison administration reserves the right to decide what violates prison rules.
Some of the regulations for North Kern State Prison are:
You may not send Polaroids.
You cannot send pictures showing violence, gang activity or illegal actions.
You cannot send anything that may threaten the well-being of anyone at the facility or the security or the prison.
When sending mail, you need to address it as follows depending on the housing unit the inmate is in:
Facility A and M P.O. Box 5000 Delano, CA 93216-0567
Facility B P.O. Box 4999 Delano, CA 93216-0567
Facility C P.O. Box 5004 Delano, CA 93216-0567
Facility D P.O. Box 5005 Delano, CA 93216-0567
You also need to include the inmate’s name and their CDCR#.
Since North Kern State Prison is a temporary prison, you may worry your pictures will not get delivered. Do not worry. Inmate mail is forwarded from the facility. Also, you have the Inmate Photos guarantee. If your loved one does not get the pictures after two weeks, let us know. We will resend the pictures at no charge, even to the new address if needed.
Inmates in California state prisons are allowed to have tablets. Tablets must connect to a prison kiosk to download anything. Incoming messages have a fee attached to them and this includes pictures. Once received, inmates have to pay to print the pictures on plain paper using low-quality black and white or color ink.
When the inmate leaves North Kern State Prison, unless he or a family member buys the tablet, it stays behind and everything is erased. That means you have to send the pictures again and he must pay again to get the images.
With Inmate Photos, your loved one receives the pictures and they are counted as his personal property. He takes them wherever he goes next.
THE EASY WAY WITH INMATE PHOTOS
The easy way to send photos to someone at North Kern State Prison is with Inmate Photos. Our app is free and easy to use. Our prices are clear and you never pay any hidden fees. You also do not pay a monthly or yearly subscription fee. Pay for what you use and that is all.
Search the list for North Kern State Prison. That is also easy. If you need a different prison, look for that. We have more than 4,000 federal, state and county jails and prisons on the list.
Review the rules for sending photos to someone at Kern State Prison. You must make sure your pictures meet all the rules.
Choose the pictures to send. If you signed in with a social media account, then you can look through your albums there. You can search other social media accounts, choose from pictures on your device and take entirely new pictures.
Send us your loved one’s name and I.D. number. We print this on the back of each image.
Upload the pictures. You can include a message if you like. Verify everything is correct.
Pay the total listed. This is all you will pay. We do not have hidden costs or a recurring subscription fee.
We take over from here. We print your pictures in top-quality professional color ink on photo-grade paper. We make sure each image fits the prison’s picture size limits. We put your loved one’s name and CDCR number on the back of each image.
If the prison limits how many pictures an inmate may receive in one envelope, we sort the pictures into more than one mailing. We mail several days apart to make sure the daily mail limit is not exceeded
Need more help? Our website’s FAQs will take through the common questions. If you need more help, just reach out. We will get in touch as soon as we can.