How to Connect With an Inmate at Little Sandy Correctional Complex
More than 8 million individuals are incarcerated in the U.S. Most of these people have family and friends outside of prison who miss them or would like to keep in better touch with them while they serve their time. If you are the loved one of an inmate at , you have several options for connecting with them, including sending money and mailing packages. Unfortunately, most of your options involve a trip to the post office or time spent signing up for a website to pay a fee to a third party and send money online. DoNotPay’s Connect With an Inmate product provides an easier way for you to stay in touch with your loved one.
Where Is Little Sandy Correctional Complex Located?
Little Sandy Correctional Complex is a medium-security that began accepting its first prisoners in 2005. The facility currently houses 1010 male and female inmates in its two living units and also provides a 100-bed minimum-security unit and a 90-bed special management unit. The prison is located in Ellicott County, Kentucky.
Contact an Inmate at Little Sandy Correctional Complex
Individuals who wish to contact an inmate at the are able to do so by mail or by visit, and money can be sent to the inmate by using the Access Corrections online payment method, which is available on the state’s department of corrections website, or by mailing money order.
|Physical Address||Little Sandy Correctional Complex
505 Prison Connector
Sandy Hook, Kentucky 41171
Send Money to a Little Sandy Correctional Complex Inmate
In order to send money to an inmate, you must register with the Access Corrections payment site and enter the information for your inmate and their facility when asked. The site will then allow you to enter payment information. To send up to $300 via mailed money order, you must download the PDF form to be included with the money order and send it to
Access Corrections – KY DOC Offender Unit;
PO Box 12486, St. Louis, MO 63132.
Send Packages to Inmates
In order to send a package to an inmate, you must send it to
Inmate name and ID number;
Little Sandy Correctional Complex;
Route 5, Box 1000, Sandy Hook, KY 41171.
All incoming mail must be sent by the U.S. Postal Service and is subject to inspection to prevent the introduction of contraband into the facility or a violation of the prison’s rules regarding inmate correspondence.
The Difficulties Often Encountered When Attempting to Contact an Inmate
While inmates are permitted to receive mail and packages from family members and friends, connecting with a prisoner can often be a difficult thing. Some of the common problems encountered in this process include
- Wrong information; even so much as a transposed number in the prisoner’s ID can cause the correspondence to be rejected.
- The sender is required to go to the post office in order to send letters, instead of having the convenience of online correspondence.
- In order to send money, the sender must provide personal information to the Access Corrections site or mail a money order without certainty that the funds were made available for the inmate.
Get in Touch With Your Loved Ones With DoNotPay
While you will still have to rely on the post office to send packages and rely on the third-party payment system to send money to your loved one, DoNotPay makes it easier to stay in touch with your loved one by helping you send letters to inmates directly through our app. Simply write or upload your message through DoNotPay, and then follow these steps:
- Open the DoNotPay prison product.
- We’ll walk you through the required steps like adding the inmate’s name, ID, and facility.
- Write your message through our app/website or upload your own attachments.
- Upload any photos or images you want to attach to the letter.
- Choose from one of our customized letter templates.
- DoNotPay will quickly print and send the letter upon completion, so it’s guaranteed to be received as soon as possible.
In order to personalize the experience, we offer various letter templates you can choose from, as well as special edition letters for the holidays. Even better: DoNotPay also offers the ability for prisoners to easily respond to the letters they receive by sending them to an address where they will be digitized and made available for you in a virtual mailbox while the physical contents of the letter are sent to you by mail.
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