JPay Private Company is available in more thirty states, such as in Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, Connecticut, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, New York, North Caroline, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Lowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Caroline, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Rhode Island, South Caroline, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. Texas is one of the states which are available JPay Service. Well, in this time, we are going to explain about JPay Texas.
Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) JPay is available JPay Service such as send money, email and phone prepaid or debit. As family or friend of inmates who are incarcerated in Texas, you are able to use this service if you want to communicate with your beloved inmates. Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) JPay offers a way to stay connected as close as possible. There are many state facilities in Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) JPay. Those facilities are Allred Unit (JA), Baten Correctional (NJ), Beto Unit (B), Boyd Unit (BY), Bradshaw (BH), Bridgeport (BR), Bridgeport PPT (T1), Briscoe Unit (DB), Byrd Unit (DU), Chase Field Transfer (W6), Clemens Unit (CN), Clements Unit (BC), Cleveland (CV), Coffield Unit (CO), Cole State Jail (CL), Connally Unit (CY), Cotulla Transfer (N4), Crain Correctional (GV), Dalhart Unit (DH), Daniel Unit (DL), Darrington Unit (DA), Dawson (JD), Diboll (DO),Dominguez State Jail (BX), Duncan Transfer (N6), Eastham Unit (EA), Ellis Unit (E), Estelle Unit (E2), Estes (VS), Ferguson Unit (FE), Formby State Jail (FB), Fort Stockton Transfer (N5), Garza East Transfer (NI), Garza West Transfer (NH), Gist State Jail (BJ), Glossbrenner SAFP (SO), Goodman Transfer (GG), Goree Unit (GR), Gurney Transfer (ND), Halbert SAFP (BB), and many more.
Sending Mails to Inmate in Texas
The family or friends of inmates allow to sending mails to their beloved inmate who are incarcerated in Texas. But the inmates are not allowed to send mail to other offenders although they are family member. The inmates are able to receive 4″x6″ photos. They are not allowed to receive Polaroid photos. The inmates who are incarcerated in Texas are also permitted to receive some stationary items sent directly from a legitimate vendor or stationary supplier. The stationary items which allowable such as white paper 8.5″x11″ and unstamped white envelopes. If you want to sending mails to your beloved inmates who are incarcerated in Texas, your mail which you send should include the offender’s full name, their Texas Department of Criminal Justice Number (TDCJ) and the unit’s address. You have to format the address in the following manner:
– Inmate Name, TDCJ Number
– Facility/Unit Name
– PO Box or Street address
– City, State, Zip Code
Sending Money to Inmates in Texas
As family or friends of inmates, you are able to send money to your inmate via MoneyGram location, JPay, toll free phone or via mail. In addition, you can also call your beloved inmate in Texas at 1-866-806-7804.