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Access Corrections was founded to provide accountability and transparency in a system that too often failed to hold people accountable for what they were accused of. Here are a few of the many things that should be doing.
The Arkansas Department of Corrections recently partnered with Access Corrections, a money management services provider, to offer more secure, convenient options for making deposits and payments. This new relationship gives family and friends an additional resource for putting money into the inmate’s Trust Account or Pre-Pay Phone Service Account. The company also makes it possible for offenders to pay supervision, drug court and restitution fees. (Source:
“We are excited to be working with the Arkansas DOC and helping its constituents conduct financial transactions in the easiest, safest way possible,” said Access Corrections Vice President Mike Manning. “We look forward to offering Friends and Families more convenient ways to send their loved ones money or make probation payments with our industry leading digital payment platform while delivering the highest level of customer service throughout our relationship.” (Source: doc.arkansas.gov)
Access Corrections and Secure Deposits is the preferred method for those who wish to send money to inmates. Secure Deposits allows for deposits: online through Access Corrections, by utilizing the Access Corrections App on a smart device, or telephone deposits. Deposits are made using a credit or debit card and are available to deposit funds to inmates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Money may also be deposited in person at the facility. Please use the below sections for more specific information. (Source:
The Department of Correction may, on a case-by-case basis, at its discretion, accept for deposit Federal Government and/or State Government checks, or checks issued by commercial entities sent directly by the issuer to an inmate at a Department of Correction facility. Such checks must contain sufficient documentation to identify the issuer, the payee, the source of the funds, and the eligibility of the inmate to receive the funds. Checks that do not meet the criteria will be returned to the sender. Dual payee checks will not be accepted and will be returned to the sender. (Source: www.mass.gov)