Leon Wilson, Comptroller Offender Banking
Address:3400 Martin Luther King AvenueOklahoma City, OK 73111
Deposits may be mailed to one of the addresses listed under JPay or Access Secured Deposits for offenders housed in state institutions.
Only cashier’s checks or money orders are accepted when sending money to an offender. Make absolutely sure the offender’s name, DOC# and sender’s name are all legibly written on the memo line of the cashier’s check or money order and the deposit slip. Make the actual check out to JPay or Access Secure Deposits, depending on which vendor you choose to use. Failure to include all information will result in the money order or cashier’s check being returned to the sender.
Senders (i.e. family member, close relative and/or friend) must also attach a fully completed deposit slip (JPay or Access) to the cashier’s check or money order. These deposit slips should not be stapled to the funds but attached by paper clip.
You can download a printable deposit slip under JPay or Access Secure Deposits.
Inmates who are housed in private prisons are not included in the JPay/Access Deposit program; you will need to follow procedures as dictated by those facilities.
In May 2009 a new centralized trust accounting and canteen management process called the “Offender Banking System (OBS)” became fully implemented within the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. With this new system inmate monies are no longer sent from facility to facility whenever the inmate’s location changes. This keeps the inmate’s money available to them at all times and eliminates much of the time delay in establishing and posting money to the inmate account. Offender Banking Overview
Main Location3400 Martin Luther King AvenueOklahoma City, OK 73111-4298
MailingPO Box 11400Oklahoma City, OK 73136-0400
Phone: (405) 425-2500Fax: (405) 425-2578
A Guide for Family and Friends of Offenders