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If you want to provide money for an inmate


When a person is processed into the Correctional Center, all money and valuables are inventoried and then secured in our Finance Office. Money is counted and deposited into an institutional account in the inmate’s name. Valuables are labeled and placed in a locked storage area. Inmates released on weekends can have their money and valuables mailed to them or they may elect to pick them up at the Finance Office Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. On Mondays, hours are 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Friends and family may deposit up to a total of $150.00 per week (Sunday through Saturday) into an inmate’s commissary account using either of the two EZ-Deposit kiosks located in the Reception area at the Correctional Center or by going on line at http://www.offenderconnect.com . No checks or money orders will be accepted. The two kiosks in the Reception area accept cash and credit card deposits. The on-line site accepts only credit card deposits. All deposits made at the kiosks or Website are posted to the inmate’s account the next business day.

A fee is charged for each transaction. Charges in effect in January 2009 are as follows:

    • For a cash deposit in any amount $2.50
    • For a credit card deposit $25 and under $3.50
    • For a credit card deposit $25.01 to $50 $4.25
    • For a credit card deposit $50.01 to $100 $5.50
    • For a credit card deposit $100.01 to $150 $8.50 

If you have any questions about deposits made through the EZ-Deposit kiosk or through the Website, please contact Customer Support at 1-877-380-3557. If you need to speak to someone at the Correctional Center Finance Office, you may call (301) 952-7147 weekdays between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

If you want to send mail to an inmate

Inmates may use the U.S. Postal Service to send and receive correspondence. The address is:

(Inmate’s Name)
Prince George’s County Correctional Center
13400 Dille Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

All inmate mail must be properly addressed with both the sender and receivers first and last names. Any usage of street names, nicknames, or names other than the inmates legal or committed name, will be rejected and not processed.

Inmate to inmate mail from other correctional facilities will no longer be accepted unless a written request has been approved by the Director or her designee. This also applies to inmate to inmate mail within our correctional facility.

Any photographs must be 4x6 or smaller and only five photos will be allowed per envelope.

You may only send correspondence. Packages, books and magazines will not be accepted.