UPDATE: You can no longer deposit money into an inmates accounts at the kiosks at the jail. They are there but seem to have been disconnected and will probably be removed. To use a kiosk you will have to go to the Video Visitation building and you can only make the deposit during normal business hours.
If you are at the jail and decide you want to deposit funds into an inmate’s commissary account you can use the kiosk located in the front lobby. The kiosk is directly in front of the main entrance doors and looks like a small ATM. The kiosk will accept Visa, MasterCard and cash. You will need to know the inmate’s sid number to make the deposit. If you need to get money there is an actual ATM in the lobby area but further in than the kiosk. To get to the ATM you will need to go through the metal detectors. Using the kiosk is the simplest way to put money into an inmate’s account.
According to the Banking department, there is no limit on how much money can be in an inmate’s commissary account. The Touchpay site says the money usually shows up immediately but can occasionally take up to 24 hours. If you have any problems with your account you can contact Touchpay support at 1-866-204-1603.
NOTE: The kiosk can recognize counterfeit bills.