Offenders do not need money for their day-to-day needs while incarcerated.Each facility provides all of the essential food, clothing and medical care necessary. However, there may be some personal care items and toiletries that the offender may wish to purchase on his or her own.Additionally, offenders can buy snacks and items such as TV's, radios and hot pots at the facility canteen.
Offenders are not allowed to receive money from another incarcerated offender/resident; or non-incarcerated offenders/residents still on paper supervision; or patients in other secure treatment facilities in Minnesota. Funds sent in violation of DOC policy will be placed in the offenders HOLD account until his/her release. Funds placed in HOLD are subject to deductions.
A cost of confinement surcharge and, if applicable, a restitution surcharge will be deducted from funds received.
See DOC Policy 300.100 for more information.
How to send money:
- Electronic Funds Transfer -JPAY- subject to fees below
- Money Orders and cashier's checksmailed to the lockbox - no charge, however must be mailed with a money order deposit form. Payable to Jpay: PO Box 246450, Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
- Click the links below to download the form.
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|Funds are typically posted to offenders´ accounts the following business day during normal business hours (subject to depositor verification). Funds received by JPay with incomplete sender information will be held by JPay until claimed by the sender or escheated to the applicable state.|
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All other payments includng government and business checks, tribal distributions, vendor refunds and payments enclosed with legal and special mail must be addressed to the offender's facility address. NO money orders or cashier's checks will be accepted at the facility address.
DOC staff cannot provide information to friends and family regarding offender's financial transactions.