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Federal Detention Center
Joshua David Evans
79083-083 Unit FB
PO Box 13900
Seattle, Washington 98198
Rules and guidelines to be aware of pulled from the handbook of the facility housing each of them:
Authorized mail includes letters,
magazines and paperback books. An inmate may receive hardcover publications,
newspapers, paperback books and magazines only from the publisher, book club or
Unauthorized mail includes
musical greeting cards, Polaroid photos, nude personal photos, plant material,
non-inspectable items, etc. All unauthorized mail will be returned to the sender
along with a rejection form explaining why the mail was rejected.
You may subscribe to publications if they are sent directly from the publisher
and are pre-paid.
Federal Detention Center
Hana Amal Beshara
79085-083 Unit B1
PO Box 2149
Bryan, TX 77805
Incoming mail will be opened and searched for contraband and unauthorized material. Unauthorized material(i.e., body hair, plant shavings, small artifacts, sexually explicit personal photographs, musical cards, cassettetapes, stamps, stationary, lottery tickets, plastic cards, etc.) will be returned to the sender. NO PERSONALCHECKS will be accepted.
Inmates are prohibited from receiving computer diskettes or CD-ROMs. Computer-related books orpublications which contain sections on any type of programming languages or computer repair information willbe rejected.
All newspapers must be received directly from the publisher. Hard-cover books must also be received directlyfrom the publisher, a book club, or a bookstore. Soft-cover materials (paperback books and magazines) may bereceived from any source, however, the sender is to identify the contents of the envelope as "magazines". If theitem appears to be a package and the appropriate markings are not on the outside of the item, it will be treated asa package and returned to sender. Subscriptions to magazines must be made by utilization of a Form 24" toyour Counselor.
A news media representative who desires to make a visit or conduct an interview at an institutionmust make application in writing to the Warden, indicating he or she is familiar with the rules and regulations ofthe institution and agrees to comply with them.
If the institution is contacted by the news media regarding any inmate, staff will notify the inmate(s) todetermine if they will consent to an interview. If the inmate does not wish to consent, the news mediarepresentative will be informed and no interview will occur. If the inmate does consent, staff will evaluatewhether granting the request is warranted or appropriate. If staff determine the media contact may be permitted,arrangements for the contact will be made consistent with the requirements of Bureau policy.