How can I send money to an inmate in Livingston Jail?

If someone has been arrested for an offense in Livingston, LA, he or she will be held at the Livingston Parish Jail. It is the primary prison facility in Livingston, Louisiana. It houses the people that have been arrested and are waiting for trial and those who are serving for misdemeanor. The Livingston  Jail also accepts and houses inmates from neighboring towns who lack a jail facility. It is located at Livingston Detention Facility at 28445 Charlie Watts Road, Livingston, LA. The Livingston Jail houses only the adult inmates. This means that minors arrested for juvenile crimes are not housed at Livingston Jail. If your arrested loved one is a minor, you should consider looking into some pother jails.

Now, you might be confused about how the Livingston Parish Jail works. It could be because your friend or loved one has been detained there. So you need to know the rules and guidelines to help you with the facility.  If yes then do not worry as in this article you will find information about rules of the Livingston Jail. I will tell you how can you contact an inmate in Livingston Jail and what are the legal conditions that  will revolve around it.

How can I send money to an inmate in Livingston Jail?

Yes you can send money to an inmate in Livingston Parish Jail . The inmates use that money to buy daily essentials from the commissary.  The money you sent to the inmate is saved in the inmates’s trust account.  An trust account is the personal bank account of an inmate in the jail. They can retrieve the money from this bank account if they need to buy something from the commissary.  However remember you need to have full-name of the inmate , their ID number and location to be able to transfer money to them.

If you have all the above mentioned information, then you can send money to an inmate. The procedures for sending money to an inmate different from state to state or facility to facility. Therefore, it is necessary to have information on the specific jail you are dealing with. For Livingston Jail, you can send money to an inmate through the following processes:

In-person cash deposit:

You can go to the prison  in-person to deposit cash to an inmate’s trust account through the lobby or the visitation room.

Money order: 

You could also use a money order to send money to an inmate. This postal order should have the full name of the inmate for easy location and access.

Online banking: 

You could use online banking. You can also use credit and debit cards to send money to the inmate’s trust fund.

Any of the above mentioned  method can be used to send money to an inmate’s trust account.

For more information regarding the guidelines at the Livingston Parish Detention Center, click here

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