Sending Money to Inmates
The standard methods to send money to inmates are by a Lockbox Deposit Coupon (cashier's check or money order) or by Access Corrections Deposits credit or debit card (MasterCard or Visa) or by calling Access Corrections. Click on a link to the right for more information about each method.
Coupons must be either printed from this site, or obtained from the inmate. The inmate
is responsible for sending coupons to persons wishing to send the inmate money.
Money received by inmates may be subject to deductions as authorized by Nevada Revised Statutes.
Due to increased counterfeit activity, funds from ALL money orders and cashier's checks received directly by NDOC will be available to the inmate fourteen calendar days from receipt.
Caution: Charges and Responsibility
Individuals who are not previously acquainted with inmates through the Nevada Department of Corrections should be wary of sending inmates money upon request for such items as release, restitution, or other claimed expenses and costs. The Department of Corrections does not have specified schedules for the payment of restitution, and does not require the payment of any fees for any type of release. The Department of Corrections assumes no responsibility for any statement made by an inmate who is requesting that funds be sent to them.