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Communication with family, friends and others is important to those who are incarcerated.
Phone calls can be made by offenders with good behavior.
The following information explains how and when phones may be used.
Offenders can make phone calls While offenders cannot receive phone calls, phones are available throughout the institution for offender use if the offender is not on restricted status.
Offenders making calls will be required to use a personal identification number (PIN) via an automated security system.
Collect calls give an individual an option to accept the charges, which will show up on their monthly regular phone bill.
Securus Collect calls (Direct-Bill) can be set up to accept the charges which will show up on a monthly bill sent by Securus.
This option can be set up through phone, email, online or mail with Securus, after a credit check.
Cellphones can have a Securus Collect/Direct-Bill account set up to receive calls.
Pre-paid time (Advanced Connect) can be purchased by a family member or friend to fund calls to a specific BTN (bill to number), and is set up by phone, email, online or mail with Securus.