How to contact an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse

Last Updated on May 21, 2023

A friendly help guide for Dallas County Courthouse. Learn how to find an inmate and send letters, photos, and more.

How to contact an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse

This help guide will walk you through how to connect with an inmate. Follow the steps below to find an inmate and send letters and photos:

  1. How to find an inmate online
  2. How to message an inmate
  3. Sending photos and postcards
  4. Frequently asked questions about Dallas County Courthouse
  5. Overview of Dallas County Courthouse
  6. Inmate services at Dallas County Courthouse

Here's a short video on how to contact an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse:

How to message an inmate

How to message an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse

You can use your phone or computer to send emails letters, and photos to an inmate. Messages are sent electronically to inmate tablets or kiosks at the facility. If you would like to send an message, start by searching for an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse .

Sending Photos and Postcards

How to send photos and postcards to Dallas County Courthouse

A great way to send love and support to loved one at Dallas County Courthouse is to send photos and postcards. It only takes a few minutes to send photos from your phone and it makes a huge difference. You can also mail postcards with words of support and inspiration, or design your own postcard for special moments like birthdays and holidays.

Important! Be sure not to send any explicit photos or they may not be approved by the facility. You can also use a photo printing app like Penmate to make sure your photos are printed at the correct size (4x6 or 3x5) and are mailed according to the rules and regulations of Dallas County Courthouse.

Frequently asked questions about Dallas County Courthouse

  1. How long does it take to deliver a message?

    If you're sending an email message your letter is usually delivered within 24-48 hours. For messages sent via mail you should expect delivery within 3-7 days. All messages will need be approved by Dallas County Courthouse.

  2. How much does it cost to send a message to Dallas County Courthouse?

    You can send a message free using your phone or mail a message via USPS for the price of a $0.60 stamp and envelope. You can also purchase credits or e-stamps from services starting at $1.99.

  3. What services can I use to contact an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse?

    You can use Penmate to send letters and photos to an inmate from your phone. It's a easy way to stay in touch during your loved one's incarceration. Use the inmate locator to find an inmate's location and contact information, then you can send messages within a few minutes.

    Securus messaging

    Securus may be another option for communicating with an inmate at Dallas County Courthouse. You can create a friends and family account and purchase credits to send messages. All messages will be reviewed and must be approved by the facility.


    Some county jails and state prisons may support for sending messages with JPay. You must register an account with the system, find your loved one, and purchase stamps to send messages. For some locations you can also attach photos.

    Smart Jail Mail

    You may also check if Smart Jail Mail is available at Dallas County Courthouse. Smart Jail Mail is operated by Smart Communications and has contracted with some state and county jails. After purchasing credits, your messages and photos are sent to the facility, printed out, and then handed out to your loved one.

  4. What is the mailing address of Dallas County Courthouse?
    Mailing address:

    Dallas County Courthouse
    600 Commerce St
    Dallas , TX 75202
    (214) 653-7556

    Business hours:
    • Monday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
    • Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
    • Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
    • Thursday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
    • Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
    • Saturday: Closed
    • Sunday: Closed

Overview of Dallas County Courthouse

The Dallas County Courthouse located in Texas is arguably one of the finest and visually appealing public buildings in the county seat of Dallas. The remarkable Beaux-Arts architectural style that used the combination of Classical and Renaissance building elements make the seven-story courthouse- a dearly-celebrated historical landmark that has had its place in history.

Beginning from the entrance space, unique from any average judicial building, the Dallas courthouse adorned Georgian white glazed bricks whose pieces were weighed at least seven pounds complementing the value of this people-centered establishment thereby eliciting inspiration real respect despite its age. The tall beak-shaped extension behind the project chambers looms majestically as it raptures daily with rays of golden sunlight hence showcasing its high standing in grandiosity regarding having uniform whole as some of its features to enjoy for visitors attracted to it; the inside carries the rhythm thereby sporting as highly recognizable palace finish using Georgia white bleached refined bricks contributing in live filling to elicit prayers of gratitude against ultimate oblivion being embowered aesthetically between parabolic granite cliffs meticulously carved and mounted with wings diverse patterns as astride towards heavenliness.

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What services are provided by Dallas County Courthouse?

Dallas County Courthouse located in Dallas, Texas is responsible for providing a range of programs and services to the residents of the city and county. The courthouse is primarily responsible for handling judicial matters related to civil and criminal cases. However, it also offers a variety of other programs and services to support the needs of residents. The foremost service offered by the courthouse is the Dallas County Clerk and Records department. It manages court and land documents and contains reading indexes and searchable databases containing information on city services and government procedures.

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