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Posted on: January 20, 2015
[ARCHIVED] Inmate Funds
- All money received for or from an inmate will be deposited into a Trust Account.
- Money in this account will be subject to payment for all Jail fees and services and any other expenses incurred while the inmate is incarcerated.
- Inmates may use available funds to purchase items through the Jail canteen as well as phone cards.
- Upon release, all remaining funds will go toward any inmate debt. If no debt exists, a check will be written to the inmate and sent to their last known mailing address.
- Money may be deposited into an inmate's account using the following methods:
- Cash - US currency will be accepted by Jail staff or can be sent through the US mail at the sender's own risk.
- Check - A check may be written out to the inmate. All checks must clear the bank before the inmate may use the funds.
- Money Order/Cashier Check - May be written out to the inmate.
- Credit/Debit Card - Money may be directly deposited into an inmate's account using a credit or debit card. This option is provided by Government Payment Services Inc (GovPayNow). Deposits through GovPayNow can be made 24 hours a day online or by telephone at 888-277-2535 Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
See the GovPayNet Inmate Deposit Tab for further instructions.