General correspondence between an inmate, family and friends is encouraged. Inmates are not allowed to correspond with other inmates housed in the St. Lucie County Jail or inmates housed in any other state or local facility wihtout prior approval of the facility commander of both the sending and receiving facilities.
Privileged mail includes mail from attorneys, courts, and public officials; they will not be required to use post cards. Outgoing mail being sent by persons incarcerated in our facility may still be sent by means of envelope and letter and/or post cards.
Address inmate mail as follows:
Inmate Name (ex. John Doe)
St. Lucie County Jail
900 N. Rock Rd.
Ft. Pierce, FL 34945
The inmate ID# and housing location can be found on this website under " Jail & Inmate Info" then "Inmate Look up".
- Minimum size – 3" x 5"
- Maximum size – 5" x 7"
- Written in blue or black ink only
- Sender's full name and address
- Include inmate’s full name, ID#, housing location and the senders name and return address.
- Inappropriate postcards that are deemed sexually graphic, sexually explicit, and/or contain obscene gestures.
- Postcards with photos glued on them and/or with stickers attached. (note: this includes address and return address labels)
- Any post cards soiled with perfume, lipstick, crayon, marker, etc.
- Postcards that do not comply with the size limitations.
- Inmate is no longer in custody.
In order for an inmate's property to be released, the inmate is first required to fill out a property release slip denoting the name of the individual he/she wishes to pick up the property. Once this has been done, the inmate should then notify the named individual.
The named individual must provide photo identification to pick up the property during Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.