Incarcerated individual Account Information

The Sheriff’s Office offers services to accept funds for incarcerated indivuduals for family and friends wishing to deposit money into an incarcerated individual’s commissary account.

smart_kioskThe Access Corrections Kiosk

Family and friends of incarcerated individuals are able to deposit funds into incarcerated individuals' commissary accounts utilizing the Access Corrections Kiosk. The Kiosk is located in the main lobby of the Public Safety Building, The Access Corrections Kiosk will accept cash, credit cards, and debit cards. Transactions using the kiosk will immediately deposit the money into the incarcerated individual’s account avoiding delays during holidays or weekends and making the money readily available for commissary purchases.

The automated payment kiosk also accepts United States currency in 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 U.S denominations up to $300 per day. Deposits may be made twenty-four hours, seven days a week using the Kiosk. There is a $4 convenience fee for utilizing the Access Corrections Kiosk with cash; the fee will be deducted from the amount deposited into the incarcerated individual’s account. There is a $4 fee for credit card / debit card transactions, but unlike cash, the fee is added to the credit card / debit card and not subtracted from the deposit. Family and friends must know the incarcerated individual’s Prisoner Control Number (PCN) or the incarcerated individual's full name and date of birth. Funds deposited will be credited to the incarcerated individual’s account within one hour. A receipt will be issued from the Kiosk to the person depositing the funds.

Commissary Payments


Commissary Payments or Incarcerated Individual Deposits may now be made online.

Cash & Other Methods

Family and friends may mail or send through packages cash, money orders and certified checks only in U.S funds - no personal checks will be accepted or deposited into incarcerated individual's account.