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Old 08-28-2002, 08:47 PM
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Please be aware, that we put this together as a general guideline, each facility is different. If you come across different rules, Just email me, and we can ammend this page.
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NO glass container. Except for fresh fruit and vegetables, food products must be received commercially packaged in airtight hermetically sealed containers impervious to external influences (e.g. sealed cans, heat sealed plastic jars, glue sealed paper or cardboard boxes, etc. No health food unless approved by the Superintendent and received directly from a health food manufacturer. No home, bakery, restaurant, or delicatessen prepared foods, unless authorized under section 11-D. No alcoholic content or ingredients.

FOOD ITEMS ALLOWED
Beverages including dried beverage mix (no plastic containers)
Bread-in sealed packages no twist ties).
Canned foods no larger than 16 oz each- that do not require cooking.
Candy- no alcohol filled must be hermetically sealed
Cheese (sliced or chunk only)
Coffee.
Cold Cuts (hermetically sealed only)
Dried coffee Creamer
Fruit (no coconuts)
Meats (cooked only, hermetically sealed only)
NUTS (without shells)
Pastry
Raisins not to exceed 2oz package per food package.
Seafood- COOKED ONLY including smoked, no salted must be hermetically sealed.
Snacks- potatoe chips, pretzels, cheese twists, crackers, cookies and other similar items
Tea- NO loose tea (herbal) and flavored tea allowed).
Vegetables-fresh that DO NOT REQUIRE COOKING (except in facilities that permit cooking).

FOOD UTENSILS (PLASTIC ONLY)
Bowls, plates, cups and saucers, drinking containers (NO larger than 16 oz)
Food storage containers-2 quart maximum, spoons, forks -pliable only.

TOBACCO PRODUCT
Tobacco products must be in the original commercially sealed containers and MUST BEAR NEW YORK STATE TAX STAMP (NO EXCEPTIONS). Cigarettes- 5 cartons max. per month, Cigarette roller- limit 1. Cigarette papers. Cigars- MAX 200 per month. Pipes and pipe cleaners. Tobacco chewing and smoking. Tobacco pouch and snuff.

TOILET ARTICLES INCLUDING COSMETICS/TOILETRIES
Toilet articles including cosmetics/toiletries that do not contain alcohol, received in commercially sealed non-pressurized cans or commercially sealed plastic container or if received directly from an approved store or manufacturer.
Soap- standard size.
Soap dish-plastic only.
Stick cologne-non alcohol.
Toenail clipper-3 1/2 "maximum.
Toothbrush- non-electric, non-battery,
Tweezers.

CLOTHING
Blue, black, gray or orange clothing is not permitted with the exception of the following items which are permitted in the color black: socks, winter knit watch cap, belts, gloves/mitten, bowties and earmuffs. Any shades of colors such as melon, peach, aqua, teal, ect that are not readily distinguishable from orange, blue, (ect) are not permitted. Quilted clothing is not permitted. Snorkel type hoods are not permitted. No clothing item may exceed $50.00 in value. Allowable items must not be second hand.
Athletic supporters-no metal or plastic cup.
Bathroom-solid color only.
Belts (non-elastic)- maximum 1 ½-2" wide with buckle (1 1/2X 1 ½).
Boots- 6"maximum exclusive of 2" maximum heel, NO hollow or platform heels or soles. No pumps any color. 2" width heel, no pointed toe, no spikes. No metal shanks/support or toes.
Bow ties.
Earmuffs.
Gloves and mittens wrist length-bag gloves without metal inserts.
Handkerchiefs (WHITE ONLY).
Hats- winter knit watch cap solid color only, clear transparent plastic rain hat. Jacket (outer garment intended for use during inclement weather) Fabric, ¾ length, must be solid green in color (including lining NO HOODS). Jacket military style-solid green (including lining) field jacket without hood. No military patches, insignia or decals are permitted. (Shortwaisted "IKE JACKETS are NOT PERMITTED). Neck ties-cloth, solid colors only. Pajamas-solid colors only. Rain Jacket-clear colorless, transparent plastic, hoods permitted, maximum value $20.00. Rubber galoshes and over-shoes. Sandals. Scarves-solid colors only. Shirts- solid colors except manufacturers logo (fox, alligator, turtle, etc.). No writing permitted. Includes turtleneck, mock turtleneck, and polo shirt.
Shoes-2"heel maximum. No hollow or platform heels or soles. Any color except Blue, No metal/stone or clip on decorations. No metal supports.
Shorts-gym, Bermuda- NO LOGO.
Shower shoes.
Slippers.
Sneakers- NO BLUE. No removable inner soles. NO pockets. NO pumps. NO hollow shoes. NO metal supports.
Socks-NO pockets, solid colors only.
Sweaters- solid colors only except the manufacturers logo (fox, alligator, turtle, etc.) NO WRITING.
Sweat shirts and sweat pants cloth only, hoods permitted. These may have multiple or solid vertical stripes(s) not to exceed two inches in width. No logos or writing T-shirts-solid colors only.
Underwear-jockey, boxer, thermal.

RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES
Baseball caps- NO blue, black, gray, or orange (NO LOGOS).
Baseball shoes with rubber cleats.
Checkerboards and checkers.
Chess sets.
Dominos.
Gloves-baseball, handball.
Handballs in original sealed container.
Playing cards-original pack unopened.
Tennis balls-original sealed container only.
Note: GAMES REQUIRING DICE NOT ALLOWED.

EDUCATIONAL SUPPLIES
Books, magazines and periodicals received from other than the publisher or an approved distributed maybe delayed through the package room up to six (6) days while being subject to close security inspection. All material is subject to Media Review guidelines. Newspapers may be only received from the publisher or an approved distributor, subject to Media Review guidelines.
Carbon paper.
Cassette type automatic demagnetizer.
Clip boards-commercial 9"X15" maximum) non-metal.
Composition books- NO metal spiral binding.
Crayons.
Dictionaries.
Drafting pens. NO SHARP POINTS. NO INTERNAL OR REFILLABLE RESEVOIRS.
Drawing paper.
Erasers.
Headphones-received directly from manufacturer or established dealer only, 8-35 ohm type (maximum value $50.00). Local permit only. (See directive #4920 for additional stipulations).
Masking tape -1" maximum width.
Mini-calculator- Maximum value $30.00.
Musical Instruments-with case (maximum value $200.00) one local permit only. Notebook covers.
Paper.
Pens-ball point or felt tip only (NO fluorescent type).
Pen holders (clip type).
Pencils.
Pencil sharpener/manual)
Radio NO LARGER THAN 8"X14" -received directly from the manufacturer or established dealer only. No microphone or talk switch-recording device (see Directive #4920).
Rulers-12" maximum, non-metal.
Tape player- NO larger than 8"X14" received directly from manufacturer or established dealer only.
Tapes- (cassette) commercially sealed in cellophane or similar material, received directly from a distributor, retailer, or manufacturer only. Subject to Media Review. Religious tapes may be received from a bonafide religious organization. These tapes must be in a clear packaging and be reviewed by the Chaplains Office or the Media Review Committee.
Transparent tape-1" maximum width.
Typewriter-portable, mechanical, batter operated, eelectric, electric adaptor or converter.
Memory typewriter -memory must be 7,000 bytes or less (not including built in dictionary). No discs or any other method of transferring information from one unit to another. No external memory adapter or other addition to increase memory. Typewriter with case-maximum value $200.00. Typewriters must be received though purchase from the commissary or established dealer, or brought with the inmate from another facility.
Typewriter ribbons-maximum of 6.
Typewriter correction paper.
Typewriter print wheel-only one or an exchange basis.

MICELLANEOUS
Bedding- no blue, black, orange, gray or white permitted. Solid colors only. Calendar-NO larger than 18"X14" when opened.
Can open-manual only with short handle.
Coat hangers-plastic only.
Coffee pot-non-electric, 9-cup maximum, local permit only.
Extension chord 9' maximum, UL approved, one only, local permit.
Greeting cards-with envelopes. (NO electronically operated greeting cards) maximum of 50.
Hot pot-local permit only.
Hair dryer/blow dryer-local permit only.
Key ring.
Lamp-20" maximum, UL approved, non-intensity, maximum value $20.00 local permit only.
Lampshade, non-flammable.
Magnifying glass-plastic 2"X3" diameter maximum.
Matches- book only.
Needle and thread.
Pins-safety.
Pillow cases- NO BLUE, black, gray, white or orange, (solid color only)
Posters-18"X14" maximum (subject to Media Review).
Review guidelines.
Rug-solid color only, 3'X5' maximum, not braided (one only).
Not including prayer rug.
Saddle soap.
Shoe laces.
Sponges.
Sunglasses-standard size. NO REFLECTOR TYPE, total maximum value $25.00 (2 pairs only).
Thermos bottle- 2-quart maximum, plastic.
Tissues-eyeglasses and facial.
Towels-solid colors only, NO BLACK, gray, orange, green or white.
Washcloths-solid color only, NO BLACK, gray, orange, green or white. Watch/watchband-alarm watch permitted, maximum combined value $50.00. NO STONES. (ONE ONLY).
Watch battery-subject to one for one basis.
Wedding band-maximum value $150.00, NO STONES, NO protrusions.
Writing paper-no envelopes.
ART AND HOBBY SUPPLIES
A list of articles approved by an employee designated by the Superintendent must be submitted to the package room before they may be received by an inmate. NOTE: REFERENCE GENERAL ORDER #AEI-96

RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
Purchase, receipt or use of religious articles is subject to the provisions of directive #4204, "Religious Programs and Practices." NO COLOR RESTRICTIONS APPLY UNLESS SPECIFIED. Clothing items must not exceed $50.00 in value. Bible, Koran and other scriptural and devotional books- see directive #4202. Subject to the restrictions for other printed material covered in section IV-G of Directive #4911.
Guthra- (prayer shawl)-1 yard square.
Islamic oils six (6) vials per months must be approved by Superintendent and come from an approved source.
Kufi- a hemispheric head cap that can be cloth, knitted or crocheted, multicolored or single colored. No color prohibitions. The Kufi may have a peak on top I t must fit close to the head. No protrusions (visor, tassels, etc).
Prayer beads- see directive #4202.
Prayer rug- (one only) may be possessed in addition to rug permitted in section IV H-a, NO BLUE, black gray or orange.
Religious medal and chain $50.00 maximum value, NO STONES, maximum 2"diameter.
Robes-solid black, blue, gray, or orange not permitted.
Talit (prayer shawl), 1 yard square,
Talit Katan-fringed underwear.
Tefillin-phylactenes.
Yarmulke a close fitted skullcap that can be made of cloth, knitted or crocheted, multicolored or single color. There are no color prohibitions.
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Great list! This is what people can send into NY inmates, correct?
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That's right David. I'm surprised that other states don't have lists like this. Too bad, because you can just scan it in.
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Wow - this is a lot of information. How wonderful that families can send this in to the inmates.
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Thanks Val
This will be helpful....especially in the clothing arena as the weather changes and I want him to be warm and cozy. I wasn't too familiar w/that part of it.
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if anyone needs any other information regarding New York facilities please feel free to ask.

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I would like to send a care package to someone who doesn't get one.

Can you find this out and make a list of inmates who are orphaned?
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GREAT LIST THANKS FOR THE INFO. This is similar to what we get in our quarterly packages in Calif, although there are some specific differences, but it's close. lleia, I don't know about NY, but in Calif. the prisoner must receive permisson to receive a package then send the proper paper work to the person sending the package. You just can't send a package to a prisoner. Maybe someone in NY can help you find someone to help out as that is a very generouse offer.----Ken
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Anyone can send a package to an inmate as long as the return address is completely filled in. I will ask John for the name of someone who doesn't have any family and therefore never gets packages. I'm sure it will be much appreicated. This is a very generous thing you are doing Ileia.

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Sounds like NY has a few more perks than Texas..

Ken, do you have a list or anything you might have brought out of the CDC with you that you could post?

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Lamp-20" maximum, UL approved, non-intensity, maximum value $20.00 local permit only.
Several items state it needs local permit only.

What does Local permit mean?
Also are there weight restrictions and how many pkgs per year allowed?

Christmas is coming up and I would like to send these out for Christmas.

I guess Val if your friend, Jon comes up with some inmates maybe they could check off the list what they can have and need?
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This is a great idea - I'd be willing to "adopt" an inmate for Christmas. My husband can get pacages quarterly, but there's no way I could send a package to anyone there besides him - too much friction. Keep us posted - maybe this could be a new "project."
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Certain facilities let you get food packages twice a month up till 35 lbs, others its 2x a year each package up to 35 lbs. As for the permit items you have to check with the individual facility
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I'd like to send a package to someone who never gets one-especially someplace where they are only allowed a package 2X a year.
Eddie is a spoiled thing and he doesn't even know it!haha
I send him two packages a month and they let me bring him stuff when I go up to visit a couple of times a month. At those times I usually bring the things that aren't too cool to ship-like soda or something....

At any rate I'd like to send a little care package to someone over the holidays-Thanksgiving or Christmas. As B-Ray noted on the Cali forum though-I'm not too keen on filling in my return address. Do you guys have any ideas on a solution for that?
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well the truth is you could put a fake address and they probably wouldn't even realize, it's only when something comes with no return address that they absolutely don't let it in
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Another Question, I think Ken may answer this for me.

What kind of coffee? Instant? Do they have coffee makers? How do they make it?
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In New York it has to be instant coffee, I don't know about Texas or other states.

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Visited Wyoming Correctional facilty in NY today and took a big package with me and only had 3 things returned to me. He couldnt have the shampoo I bought it was in a clear bottle but there wasnt a seal on it. Anyone know of any shampoo that has seals on them??? He couldnt have a pencil sharpner, and a set of bowls. Pretty good considering I had a big box of stuff that I took.
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for deoderant, shampoos, lotions, etc.... i shop on www.varietyaplus.com because they cater to nys correctional facilities and everything is hermetically sealed/alcohol FREE!
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I've talked to Attica prison several times and they say DON'T send anything. They are very insistant. I haven't talked to a halfway human person yet at that prison. They treat me like scum. My brother won't ask me for anything and he won't tell me what is allowed, so I just don't know what to send. I send money for his account but it would be nice to send some special items occasionally.
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Is this list for all prisons in general? min, med and max ?
I can't get any help from the counselors at Attica. They really treat me very nasty. They say if I send anything to my brother, they will just return it to me and make him pay the postage.
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Shirl,
It seems as if they are being nasty to you. The packages all depend on the facility though. When my guy was in Elmira he couldnt get anything. Hes in Wyoming Correctional Facility now and he can get packages. Ive taken him things the last 2 times ive visited him and now they are telling him he cant have anything more. My suggestion is maybe have someone else call Attica with your brothers info, and have them ask if he can get packages, do you ever get to talk to your brother? He should know if he is able to recieve anything like that. I believe most NY state prisons allow you to get 2 a month, but im new to this so I could be wrong. Good luck with this.
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Did yr brother just get there? Is he in the box? Those cld be two reasons why he cannot get anything right now ... I had a close friend in Attica about 3 yrs ago and he was able to get food packages and things so I don't think it's because of the facility per se ... some facilities it's 35 lbs/month and other's it's only at certain times during the year (i.e., Christmas). Did you try speaking to the guidance office for the facility or with his counselor, as opposed to anyone who answers? Keep trying b/c I know holidays are especially tough for them ...
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he has processed and recently assigned to his single cell. He's been there about 2 months and was at Elmira about 3 months before that. Yeah, I tried to talk to the counseling dept when I couldn't get any help from the general info number. The counselor was even more rude than the previous guy. They say the prisoners are supplied with everything they could possibly need so there's no need to send anything ! well, I know for a fact my brother does not receive soap, shampoo, deodorant, or any of the basic items needed for personal hygeine. When he was at Elmira he says he had to clean up using a bucket of water brought to his cell once a week. If I didn't send money for his account he would have none of those basic things. It makes me wonder just what they do receive. Do they get warm clothes, coats, hats, gloves for when they go outside?
Now, they have depleted his personal account to pay a court fee he owed while being sentenced to prison. I'm worried if I send money they will just find reasons to take it away and I don't know if they will allow any packages.
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