- Does the Sheriff’s Office allow citizens to pick up dead deer that have been hit and killed by a car?
- Do you do fingerprint cards?
- How do I get a background/records check on myself?
- Do you accept stuffed animals?
- How do I take hunter safety classes?
- When I go on vacation, will the Douglas County Sheriff's Office check my home?
- How can I get a copy of an incident report?
- How can I get a copy of an accident report?
- Where do I go for a municipal traffic ticket?
- What are redemption rights?
- How do I know if I live in an area served by the Douglas County Sheriff's Office?
- My license tag was stolen. Now what?
- What's unusual about calling 9-1-1 from a cell phone?
- What's the difference between jail and prison?
- How do I obtain a copy of an arrest record or a background check?
- What is the difference between a sexual offender and a predator?
- What is the difference between a criminal case and a civil case?
- What are the Kansas child passenger safety requirements?
- How do I file a complaint against a Douglas County Sheriff's Office employee?
- How can I commend a Sheriff's Office employee for outstanding service?
- What's the difference between a sheriff's office and a police department?
Douglas County Correctional Facility Address:
3601 E 25th Street
Lawrence, KS 66046-5616
Please put the inmate's full legal name on your correspondence. Those letters that reach the facility after an inmate has been released will be returned to sender.
Only letters sent by the U.S. Postal Service will be accepted.
No hand delivered notes will be accepted.
Inmates are prohibited from corresponding or receiving mail from another inmate in the facility or any other correctional facility or secured treatment center.
All non-privileged mail will be opened for contraband.
All non-privileged mail containing information as it relates to safety and security of the facility remains subject to censorship.
Correspondence identified as legal or privileged will be opened in front of the inmate.
Mail will be delivered according to an established schedule - tentatively once a day during the business week.
Postage stamps may be purchased through commissary and will not be accepted from any other source.
Bulk mail will be returned to sender.
Sexually explicit mail/material will be considered contraband and placed in an inmate's property. All computer printouts, newspaper articles and pictures will also be placed into the inmate's property.
Indigent inmates will be allowed to mail two (2) letters each week without cost.