Inmate Register # 64543056
FCI BUTNER MEDIUM I
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 1000
BUTNER, NC 27509
Please write a character reference letter for Chad to help us fight for justice: https://forms.gle/mQj9ko4sBujcmCCM9
Please mail Chad Nutsch a letter to be placed on his approved list and schedule visitation.
More info at General Visiting Information.
The BOP encourages inmates to write to family, friends, and other community contacts to maintain these ties during incarceration. Written correspondence is classified as either general or special mail.
Important: You can only send letters, reading materials, and pictures. It must be in a white envelope of any size.
"General correspondence" is opened and inspected by staff for both contraband and content that might threaten the security or good order of the institution.
Special incoming mail that is specially marked as such, can only be opened only in the presence of the inmate. It too will be inspected for physical contraband and the qualification of any enclosures as special mail.
Inmates may also receive certain commercial publications from the community. The BOP permits an inmate to subscribe to or receive publications without prior approval as long as the incoming publication is not detrimental to the security, discipline, or good order of the institution, or facilitate criminal activity.
More info at Policy on Correspondence.
InmateAid.com is a verified and approved way to send letters and photos. This is not email, but a service that converts computer or smartphone generated letter into a postal letter delivered directly into the prison where the inmate is currently serving time for just $1.49. All pictures are printed on glossy photo paper and to the institution acceptable 4"x 6" size.
Chad's Profile: https://www.inmateaid.com/inmate-profiles/chad-nutsch
More info about this service at www.inmateaid.com.
Inmates are not allowed to receive packages from home without prior written approval from the inmate's unit team or authorized staff member at the institution. The only packages an inmate may receive from home are those containing release clothing and authorized medical devices. However, inmates may receive magazines, hard and paperback books directly from the publisher.
More info at Policy on Incoming Publications.