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Prison Researcher
04-22-2011, 10:31 AM
Consolidated Banking Process - Inmate and Probationer Payments

The Georgia Department of Corrections began accepting payments on January, 12, 2009, via one of the following options:
(Transitional Centers continue to allow monies to residents as usual.)

Pay by Money Order
Money Orders may be mailed to a central location for processing.

Please use the vouchers on here (http://www.dcor.state.ga.us/voucher/jsp/voucher.jsp) to mail your payments.
This will help ensure accurate and timely credit to the intended account.
1. Enter The Information:On the Voucher Printing System page:

Choose your Voucher Type:
Either "Pay Probationer Fees" or "Send Money to an Inmate"
Enter the GDC ID: You must have a valid GDC ID number to use this system. If you don't, you will not be able to print your voucher.

Submit the Form:
Click the "Get Voucher" button.

GDC ID Accepted:
If you submit a valid GDC ID and the correct voucher type (see above), a voucher with the GDC ID and name will be returned.
If You Keep Getting Errors From the Voucher Page:
If you see an error, please try again - you may be entering an incorrect voucher type for the GDCID you entered, or you may have an incorrect GDC ID number. If you resumbit the information and still see an error (i.e. "the number is not in the system"), please call (478)992-6287 to get a valid GDC ID number.

2. Print The Voucher:
Verify the Voucher:
If the GDC ID was correct and a voucher is returned, please check the voucher to make sure the information matches the GDC ID number and name you intended.
If the GDC ID or name on the voucher doesn't match the name of the offender and/or the GDC ID you entered, please go back to the beginning and try again. If you're still having difficulty, please call (478)992-6287.
Once you've checked the voucher information, and verified that it is correct, print it.

3. Mail the Voucher:Put the voucher and money order in a stamped envelope and mail to one of these P.O. Boxes:

For Probationer Fines/Fees:
GA Dept. of Corrections
P.O. Box 405701
Atlanta, GA 30384-5701

For Offender Funds:
GA Dept. of Corrections
P.O. Box 405699
Atlanta, GA 30384-5699


1 Click Payments via JPay
Online or by phone - Make payments or transfer funds through a computer online via the internet or by phone utilizing a credit or debit card.
In-person - Make payments or transfer funds in-person with cash or debit card at convenient locations throughout the country

Access Secure Deposits
Online or by phone - Send money to a Georgia Department of Corrections offender online or over the phone!
Access Secure Deposits takes all MasterCard and Visa debit and credit cards.

TouchPay Payment Systems
Online or by phone - Make payments or transfer funds through a computer online via the internet or by phone
In-person - Make payments or transfer funds in-person with cash or debit card at convenient locations throughout the country via the Green DOT MoneyPak system

Western Union
Online or by phone - Make payments or transfer funds through a computer online via the internet or by phone (probationer fees are not payable by phone) utilizing a credit or debit card.
In-person - Make payments or transfer funds in-person with cash or debit card at convenient locations throughout the country.

All offender- or probationer-related financial transactions must be through one of the above options. This change will make it easier and faster to make offender- and probationer-related financial transactions through contracts with approved providers via Money Order, 1 Click Payments via JPay, and Western Union. As part of our commitment to Governor Sonny Perdue's Exceptional Customer Service Initiative, these changes will allow us to serve the citizens of Georgia more efficiently and affordably.