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How do I write e-letters to an inmate? Family members must register for an e-letter account before they can write electronically to inmates. You will need the inmate number before you can register. For more information on e-Letters, please click here: https://eservice.sps.gov.sg/eletters/
How do I find out about an inmate’s incarceration information? The Prison authorities do not disclose confidential information where inmates are concerned. Should you require such information, you may wish to consult the inmate’s family or ask the inmate personally during your visit or through letter correspondences with him/her.
How do I make an appointment to visit the inmate? To visit an inmate, you will need to have the inmate number. The inmate number will be provided to the Next-Of-Kin (NOK) through the Letter of Notification. You may check with the NOK or other family members for the inmate number.
You may contact our visit hotline at 1800-PRISONS (1800-774 7667) for booking of visits or visit IPRIS at https://www.ipris.sps.gov.sg. Family members need to produce original relevant documents (birth certificate or marriage certificate) to show proof of relationships. Immediate family members are given priority for visitation. If you are not able to produce documentary proof of relationship, you may submit a visit request here.
Please note that the approval process can take up to 3 weeks. On-site approval will not be granted.
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