Inmates who establish and maintain positive relationships with people outside of prison are less likely to return to prison in the future, also improving the inmates chances of successfully reintegrating into society when released.
Becoming prison pen pals is an excellent way to do that.
Our members correspond by old fashioned snail mail or internet Learn more..
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You can look up basic information on most of these male and female inmates by going to our inmate locator and clicking on the sta Writing an inmate for the first time can be intimidating at first, we recommend that your first letter be kept short, include a brief description of yourself, your interests and hobbies, and maybe a photo of yourself.
My children are my world, so I’d prefer corresponding with someone family oriented. I’m from a little town called West Frankfort in Illinois. I enjoy hiking, swimming, fishing; pretty much anything outdoors. Peace, I want to evoke the law of attraction and hope to find myself known by good people. I want to connect, not just in passing, but to stay and kick it... I’m hoping to meet people to help me establish positive contact on the outside.
I’ve never done the pen pal thing, so all of this is new to me. My job profession is landscaping and all different kinds of construction. I am interested in conversing with someone who is down to earth with a good personality and who... I want to know those going my way on the same path as me; the thinkers, the creators, those with vision and the believers in dreams that must come true. I’m interested in furthering my education while incarcerated. I’m 33 years of age, a father of 2 handsome boys that I love and miss more than anything and a Pisces at heart.