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Indiana Department of Corrections

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Indiana Hendricks 1491

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727 Moon Road
Plainfield, IN, 46168

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727 Moon Road
Plainfield, , 46168
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  1. wanda peel Sun, Nov 07 2010 8:04 PM

    How do i send a care package to a inmate in the plainfield correciional facility

  2. Me-me Mon, Nov 08 2010 8:18 PM

    Yes, at icaredirect.com.

  3. Robin Freeman Sat, Mar 19 2011 8:00 PM

    I have been trying to track down a friend of mine for quite a few years. How do I send a letter to an inmate to see if he is the right person in the Plainfield Correctional Facility?

  4. Sonja Cotherman Mon, May 30 2011 9:03 PM

    How do I send money to an inmate at the Reception Diagnostic Center in Plainfield IN

  5. Sue Huss Sun, Aug 07 2011 8:00 PM

    Through my local county jail website ,I found a link for JPAY and it said I could send an E-mail to an inmate as well as they could respond thru a JPAY Kiosk at their facility. I thought this was a great thing. Does Plainfield have such a Kiosk and do the inmates get these E-mail? I have also sent money through JPAY and it has not been received yet. What is going on with that? Is this a legitimate website? I have since heard the JPAY thing is not good and inmates are not getting this money, etc. Does any one have any answers for this? Thanks.

  6. krissanna Tue, Dec 13 2011 8:19 PM

    my father is n the prison and has had extensive health problems and neither me or the rest of the family have heard from him in several months and the only time we dont hear from him he was very sick how do we find out how he is doing or if he has fallen ill again?

  7. indianagirl Thu, Jun 28 2012 7:59 PM

    Does anyone know any attorneys in the Monroe or Greene County areas that will take on a inhumane treatment and retaliation case by the Greene County Jail Commander? If so, please direct me in the right way. I will find one; however, if someone else has already been in such a postion it would be nice to know. Thanks

  8. Gail Hooper Mon, Oct 15 2012 11:48 PM

    How can I send paper and envelopes and stamps to inmates

  9. Maria Mon, Dec 24 2012 11:29 PM

    How many pictures can I send my husband? He's at the reception diagnostics center in plainfield. We have a one year and he keeps asking for pictures but I'm not sure how many is permitted

  10. Alisha Graft Fri, Jan 11 2013 5:48 PM

    My husband just got sent to Plainfield DOC holding on the 10th of January 2013 Can he recieve Letters and pictures from me and his kids? Are the inmates in DOC holding allowed to make phone calls from there or does he have to wait till he gets sent to Miami Prision or Chain O Lakes prision? Please someone help me figure this out! Thanks, Alisha

  11. Amy Thompson Fri, Feb 15 2013 9:56 PM

    How do you send money to inmate at Reception Diagnostic Center in Plainville?

  12. AMANDA Sun, Mar 10 2013 12:59 AM

    my husban just gott to diagnostic center in plainfield,IN CAN I SEND HIM STAMPS OR STAMPED ENVOPLS

  13. anige Mon, Mar 18 2013 10:06 AM

    Don't undetstanpackage to send or how often the can get a icare package.

  14. ANGIE Mon, Mar 18 2013 10:10 AM

    The icare package is for my son in Plainfield, In.

  15. yoyo Thu, Mar 28 2013 12:26 AM

    when inmates are sent o RDC they can not receive anything from the outside. what they leave the county jail with is what they have until they are relocated to their permanent facility.

  16. kelsey Mon, Jun 03 2013 3:20 PM

    my bf was sent to RDC just a few days ago and i was wondering if there is anyway i would know how to go by picking him up from there and be able to know what time ill be able to pick him up, my cousin said something where i would have to go get him a midnight monday night because he is getting out on a tuesday and they dont release them on tuesdays as in they have certin days they are allowed to be released please let me know if any one knows.

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