Send Money - Offender Banking
Offender Banking manages restitution accounting, trust fund, and canteen operations. Restitution accounting collects probation and parole supervision fees and victims’ restitution payments based on statutory requirements and distributes those collections to the appropriate entities.
The trust fund is comprised of an available balance, a mandatory savings account and an interest bearing savings account. Inmate accounts are limited to holding $99,999,999.99.
The canteen operations for the ODOC are managed using the offender banking system. Since it is integrated with the trust fund, if the funds are in the inmate’s account, they can spend the funds, within limits, at the facility’s canteen.
For more information on depositing funds in an inmate’s account, please call 405-425-2786.
How can I send money to someone in prison?
Deposits to inmate trust fund accounts may be made using JPay. Deposits may be sent online from www.JPay.com. There is a free JPay mobile app for Android and iPhones. Deposits may be made thru JPay over the phone by calling 1-800-574-5729. Cash may be sent thru MoneyGram locations, including CVS and Walmart by using the receive code 6365 in addition to the inmates 7 digit ODOC number. A money order or cashier’s check may be mailed to JPay.
When using JPay or the Securus phone system, the entire 7 digit ODOC number must be given. All inmates have a zero or two in front of their ODOC number to make 7 digits.
How can I make sure the correct inmate receives the money I send?
To ensure the inmate receives the deposit, please write legibly on the memo line of the cashier's check or money order the following:
- The inmate’s name,
- 7 Digit DOC number
- Sender’s name.
Who should I make the money order or cashier's check out to?
Make the actual money order or cashier's check out to JPay.
What happens if I fail to include all information?
Failure to include all information will result in the money order or cashier's check being returned to the sender.
Is there any additional information I need to attach?
Yes. You will need to attach a fully completed deposit slip (JPay) to the cashier’s check or money order. These deposit slips should not be stapled to the funds but attached by paper clip.
Where can I find a deposit slip?
You can download a printable deposit slip under JPay.
How can I send money to someone housed in a private prison?
Inmates who are housed in private prisons are not included in the JPay program; you will need to follow procedures as dictated by those facilities.
JPay.com - Send money online, with your credit or debit card.
JPay Mobile - Send money anytime, anywhere by downloading the free app
800-574-5729 - Speak with a live agent, 24/7
Cash with - At locations including CVS and Walmart (receive code 6365)
Money orders - Payable to JPay at: P.O. Box 278320, Miramar, FL 33027
Money Transfer Fees
|$0.01 - $20.00
|$20.01 - $100.00
|$100.01 - $200.00
|$200.01 - $300.00
For more information www.JPay.com - 800.574-5729