Contacting an Inmate
You can mail correspondence to an inmate at the following address:Inmate’s Name C/O Parker County Jail 612 Jameson St. Weatherford, TX 76086
All incoming and outgoing inmate mail is screened. No drugs, tobacco, money or sexually explicit material is allowed in the jail and will be destroyed upon receipt. Do not send stamps, paper or envelopes to an inmate as the inmate has access to those resources through the jail commissary.
Inmates may have up to 24 photographs which must be from a photo lab or a store kiosk. No inkjet printed materials, such as photos or internet resources, will be allowed.
Correspondences with glue, paperclips, stickers, tape, liquids, perfume or lipstick are prohibited and will not be allowed in the jail.
Correspondence or photos with firearms, drugs, gang signs or alcohol are not allowed and will be destroyed.
Inmates may receive magazines and paper back books (up to 3 at a time, any more than that will be discarded) that are mailed from an online provider or directly from the publisher.
Any magazine or book that contains sexually explicit material or celebrates immoral, illegal or seditious conduct will be destroyed.
Inmates can also receive up to 3 pairs of white socks, white underwear (briefs or boxers), white thermals top/bottom (not one piece) and white t-shirts (no tank tops or pockets) by an online retailer through the mail. Any more than 3 at a time will be discarded.
The Inmate phone system changed in August of 2012 and is now serviced by:
Inmate’s can contact you by phone utilizing our inmate phone system. You can set up an account here. If you have questions about the inmate phone system you can check here or contact the Parker County Jail staff. You can also leave a voicemail for an inmate using the same system.
See Visitation guidelines here.
Any other questions? Please contact our jail staff at 817-594-4208.