When an inmate is booked into the Adult Detention Center, an inmate account is started at that time. At any time while an inmate is in custody money may be placed on this account. Inmates may use this money to make commissary purchases, for medical services, or for other programs provided by the Detention Center.
There are three ways to place money on an inmate account (Note that the inmate’s six digit Criminal File Number is needed for each deposit option).
Cash may be brought to the lobby of either detention facility. In the lobby there will be a money kiosk where deposits are made. You will need to know the inmate’s six digit Criminal File Number. This number can be obtained from the inmate or from the officer/specialist that is assigned to work in the lobby. Then you need only to follow the on-screen instructions at the kiosk.
2. Government Payment Service Inc.
Deposits using this service can be made 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They can be made by going to www.courtmoney.com, or by calling 1-800-352-9870. You can also use www.GovPayNow.com or call 1-866-370-9574.
You will need:
- Your Credit or Debit Card
- Inmate's name, number and location
- Pay Location Code 5500
There is a minimum deposit of $25.00 and a maximum deposit of $500.00
- Phone transaction fee = 6% of total
- Internet transaction fee = 4.5% of total
- Minimum service fee = $6.00 (Phone), $4.50 (Internet)
3. Court Money