All You Need To Know About The Plainfield Correctional Facility

Connect With an Inmate All You Need To Know About The Plainfield Correctional Facility

Connect With an Inmate at Plainfield Correctional Facility

Are you trying to get in touch with an inmate at Plainfield Correctional Facility in Indiana? If you are, you might be intimidated by all the rules and regulations applied to writing to, receiving calls from, or sending money to friends and loved ones incarcerated at Plainfield Correctional Facility. Even finding the right information isn't easy.

That is unless you have a service like DoNotPay's Connect with an Inmate product to help you navigate the system.

Let's take a look at communicating with a Plainfield Correctional Facility inmate through standard channels, and then you'll see how easy it is to use DoNotPay.

About Plainfield Correctional Facility

Plainfield Correctional Facility also referred to as ITC, is a medium-security prison located in Plainfield, Indiana. Opened in 1969, PCF houses up to 1,650 male inmates. A state prison, Plainfield Correctional Facility, is operated by the Indiana Department of Corrections (IDOC), and as of 2021, its warden is Tricia Pretorius.

Below is their contact information:

Physical Address727 Moon Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

Phone Number(317) 839-2513

How to Locate Inmates in the Indiana Department of Corrections

If you're not sure your friend or loved one is at Plainfield Correctional Facility, you can look them up through the IDOC's offender search page, located here:

You'll need to know the inmate's full legal name, and if you know it, the inmate's prison ID number. If you only have the prisoner's name, this is how you will get their ID so that you can get in touch with them. The search will tell you where the inmate is incarcerated and any other important details such as their unit name and security level.

How to Send Mail to Plainfield Correctional Facility Inmates

It's extremely important that you understand what mail contents are allowed and what aren't. If you don't know the rules, the letters you send could be disposed of by the prison staff.

Unfortunately, the Indiana Department of Corrections makes it all but impossible to determine on your own what mail is contraband and what is legal. There are no instructions on the IDOC website, only a vague reference to an ordinance outlining what inmates are allowed to have in their possession. You can find that document here:

Common Restrictions on Mailed Letters

Outside the obvious—prohibited drugs and weapons, for example—these are the regulations most prisons require of mailed letters: 

  1. Envelopes and stationery must be white.
  2. Enclosed photographs should not depict the following:
  • Nudity
  • Criminal activity
  • Suggestive poses
  • Pornography
  1. Polaroids are considered a safety risk.
  2. No stickers, lipstick prints, perfume, or other adornments
  3. No cash, checks, or money orders
  4. No blank sheets of paper

Address Your Letter and the Envelope To:

Inmate's full name and ID number

Plainfield Correctional Facility

727 Moon Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

Can You Call an Inmate at Plainfield Correctional Institution?

Inmates cannot receive incoming calls. However, they can call you if they are signed up with the prison's third-party phone carrier. To do that, they'll have to have money in a special account through a company called JPay.

How to Send Money to Plainfield Correctional Institution Inmates

Inmates must have an account with JPay in order to make calls, purchase stamps, and make Amazon orders for reading materials. Here's how you can send money to an inmate's JPay account:

Send Funds via U.S. mail

  1. Get a postal money order, made payable to JPay
  2. Write the prisoner's full name and prison ID number on the memo line
  3. Navigate to the JPay website at
  4. Download, print, and fill out the deposit slip
  5. Photocopy your driver's license
  6. Mail the payment, deposit coupon, and a photocopy of your driver's license ONLY (no letters or other materials) to:


PO Box 277810

Miramar, FL 33027

Send Funds Online

  1. Go to the ConnectNetwork website at:
  2. Create and sign in to your account
  3. Type in the required information:
  • The name of the prison where the inmate is located
  • The inmate's name
  • The inmate's ID
  1. Enter your credit card information as prompted

DoNotPay Can Help You Locate and Contact Your Imprisoned Friend

Wouldn't you rather get in touch with a loved one or friend in prison all from one place, with less hassle and fewer steps? Here's how to do it with DoNotPay:

  1. Locate the Connect With an Inmate service on DoNotPay.
  2. Choose whether you want to locate a loved one, create a virtual mailbox, or send a personalized letter.
  3. If you want us to find your loved one, provide his or her personal details and the state they are located in. We'll then conduct a search on the appropriate state database.
  4. If you want to create a virtual mailbox, just provide your full name! We'll set one up for you so you can easily receive incoming mail from your loved one.
  5. If sending a personalized letter, tell us which facility your loved one is located in and what you would like to say to them. You can even include a photo! Your letter will be delivered automatically - just wait 10 days for it to arrive to your loved one!

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Other Ways DoNotPay Can Save the Day

Now that you've found a stress-free way to get in touch with a friend or loved one at Plainfield Correctional Facility, why not check out just a few of the many ways DoNotPay can make your life easier.

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Don't wait another minute. DoNotPay can get you connected in minutes without worrying about red tape. Get started now. Once you find out how useful we are in helping you with prison communications, we're confident you'll turn to us for your other day-to-day challenges.

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