Inmate Commissary Accounts
All booking and warrant fees must be paid in full before money can be used for commissary items
A jail commissary is provided for inmates to order personal supplies, food stuffs, and other items. Money may be drawn from the inmate’s personal account to purchase commissary items. A list of items available for purchase and ordering instructions may be requested from Corrections Staff.
After all booking and warrant fees are paid in full the jail will draw 25% from the account to reimburse the County for housing, medical, dental or other fees incurred during incarceration.
There is a $100 per day limit on commissary purchases
Money orders are accepted via mail to the inmate. There is a kiosk machine in our lobby that can be used for bond or to put money on the inmates account with credit/debit card or cash. There is a $2.00 transaction fee to use this machine with cash and a $2.50 or 10% charge to use credit/debit. www.jailatm.com may also be used to put money on an inmates account or post bond.
The inmate trust fund is a repository for inmate money. There is no limit to the amount of money that an inmate may receive into their commissary account. At no time will money in an inmate’s account be transferred to another inmate’s account
Money orders may also be mailed to the inmate.
Combined Public Communications — https://inmatesales.com or 1-877-998-5678