Use our spreadsheet to find a J6er to write to, if they are in a facility please send mail to them there and make sure to use the exact address and add their inmate number. You must use a return address when sending mail to the jails. If you do not want to use your return address you may use the PMP PO Box but please be sure to include your address in the letter so the J6er can write back to you. If they send a letter to you at our PO Box we will not know where to send the letter to.
If the J6er is not in jail then you will mail your letter to our PO Box and we will forward it to them. You should include your return address so they can respond.
The PMP address is: PO Box 173, King NC 27021
Below is for the DC jail.
To send mail to an inmate, include the inmate’s name, DCDC Number and the address of the DC Jail. . You can now send money to an inmate through Western Union. There are three easy ways to send money:
Online - Fees are as low as $3.95.* Visit Western Union.
Walk-in cash payments - Fees are as low as $5.95. Call 1(800) 325-6000 or visit Western Union for agent locations.
For phone or walk-in payments, please use this guide when filling in the blue Quick Collect form.
Pay To: DCDOC
Code City: DCGOV
Sender's Account #: Include Inmate # and Inmate Last Name
*If you use a credit card, you may be charged an additional cash advance fee by your credit card company for this service.
**For telephone payments sent from CT, MA, ME, MN or NY, fees are the same as cash with a $3400 limit.
Deposits for commissary accounts may also be mailed in the form of a money order. Do not send cash.
While visiting family/friends via the Department’s Video Visitation Center, you may also make deposits to the inmate’s commissary fund or prepaid telephone account using the Offender Connect kiosk in the waiting area. Deposits can be easily made using cash ($5, $10, $20, $50, and $100), Master Card and Visa credit/debit cards.