Welcome to Email a Prisoner - United Kingdom
Oct. 4, 2022
** UPDATE - We can confirm that the backlog of reply sheets have now been cleared and all sheets sent from establishments would now have processed onto customer accounts. We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience ** We have been experiencing an ongoing issue with the mail server, since the weekend, which is used to process paper version of the reply onto customer accounts. We appreciate that this has caused our customers distress and we are truly sorry for the inconvenience. Our IT have been working on this as a priority and believe that the issue has now been resolved but will continue to monitor the system carefully. If you are waiting for a reply that you know has been sent this will be processed as soon as possible, there may be a delay as there is a large backlog to work through. Thank you for your patience.
Feb. 9, 2022
Probation Service Users
Jan. 6, 2022
For Probation Service users requiring an account, please request an EMaP account via the MoJ IT catalogue
This includes any previous CRC users who have existing accounts
LEGAL TEAMS NOTICE
Jan. 21, 2021
We have been advised by HMPPS that all emailaprisoner messages sent by legal organisations to establishments in England and Wales should have ‘NOT RULE 39’ written on the first line, above the message. This should stop any confusion arising from the messages being incorrectly classed as privileged and prevented from being forwarded to the recipient.
Email a Prisoner has the following goals:
- To help family and friends communicate easily and frequently with Prisoners.
- To reduce thoughts of self-harm/suicide through increased communication.
- To assist Prisoners in preparation for release with multiple partner agencies.
Communication is a major factor in Prison life and the lack of it can have horrendous consequences. Email a Prisoner offers a quick, efficient, secure alternative method of communication for Prisoners, their families, friends, legal professionals and related organisations - meaning Prisoners can receive more frequent and varied communication.
Documentation continually states Prisoners who are able to maintain family ties are 6 times less likely to re-offend.
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