In 2007, The Indiana Department of Correction housed 27,114 inmates, making it the 17th largest state prison system in the United States.
Indiana Department of Correction Facilities List
JPay Money Order Lockbox Service
- JPAY Money Order Lockbox Service
X any payment type sent to the facility.
INDOC now uses Jpay exclusively, even for mailed payments.
A deposit form is required.
Deposit form may be obtained:
Inmates may only receive money from people on their approved visitor list. If you are a friend or family member of an inmate and do not know if you are on their visitor list, please call JPay at 866-333-5729.
Delivery Address for mailed deposits
Please mail completed deposits, along with the deposit form to the following address:
PO BOX 531399
MIAMI SHORES FL 33153
Jpay Online Transfer
Make a deposit to an offender account using the Jpay service.
Details from the INDOC Website
Effective immediately, IDOC and JPay are offering a faster way of processing your money orders. By sending your money order to the special JPay address, your funds will post to the offender’s account electronically and will result in quicker access to the deposited funds. A small fee of $1.95 will be deducted from each money order that is processed.
Beginning August 15, 2011 IDOC will no longer accept money orders at correctional facilities.Click here for full details, addresses and directions on how to use the JPay/IDOC Lockbox.
Friends and Family of IDOC can also send money electronically without the use of money orders through JPay.com. Visit JPay.com for your free account and get your loved one the money they need in as little as 24 hours.
- Inmates may only receive money from people on their approved visitor list. If you are a friend or family member of an inmate and do not know if you are on their visitor list, please call JPay at 866-333-5729.
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