Send money to a California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation inmate using a personal check, cashier's check, money order, certified check or the JPay electronic funds transfer system. Non-certified funds are held for 30 days before they are deposited into an inmate's account.Know More
Quickly send money to a California inmate when you access the JPay system. As of October 2014, JPay distributes up to $300 at a time for one California prisoner. Your funds become available the next day, depending on the agency.
Before you sign up with JPay, you must know the inmate's ID number within the California prison system. You also need the inmate's name, sender's name and sender's address.
Choose from one of four services available for Wasco State Prison inmates, as of October 2014. Use a money transfer through the JPay website for as low as $3.95 using your debit or credit card. Call a live agent 24 hours a day at JPay's toll-free number, 1-800-574-5729, and transfer money for as little as $4.95. Send money through the JPay mobile app for a minimum of $3.95. Go to a MoneyGram location, such as Wal-Mart or CVS, to send cash for a $5.95 fee to receive code 6141.
It is possible to contact federal prison inmates by calling them, writing to them or sending them an email. All of these communications pass through the Federal Bureau of Prisons, which means they are sometimes subject to monitoring.Full Answer >
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction's website lets you search for a prisoner online using a variety of search criteria. You can use as many or as few search parameters as you like.Full Answer >
Inmates currently incarcerated within a federal prison can be located using the search tool at the Federal Bureau of Prisons website. This tool can be used to find records pertaining to all federal inmates since 1982. To find inmate details from prior to 1982, data requests can be submitted to the National Archives via its website.Full Answer >
Inmate release dates and details relating to their crimes are often listed on the Department of Corrections website for each state, and websites for local and county law enforcement offices. If the prisoner is incarcerated in a Federal prison, information can be found on the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.Full Answer >