Depositing Money into an Inmate Account:
Secure Deposits™ enables friends and family
members to deposit funds into an inmate’s
account through the convenience of a toll free
number, website or cashiering kiosk (in lobby).
Money Orders are also accepted at the facility.
There is a Drop Off box, located in the Main
Lobby of the Detention Center.
Please label the money order with the
inmate’s name and MNI number.
For example: (Money order for Inmate Account
- Name/ MNI#).
Deposits can be made, directly to inmate
the Access Corrections
® web site.
Below are a few “Frequently Asked
Questions,” that will help you to accomplish
How can I contact Access Corrections?
You can send an email to Customer Service at:
call toll-free at 1-866-345-1884.
How do I use Access Corrections Deposit Services?
Inmate deposits can be added to a resident’s account via internet,
telephone or lobby kiosk (if offered) at the
facility. To make an inmate deposit via
internet, customers must register online and
accept the Access Corrections Terms and
Conditions. An inmate deposit cannot be
completed unless a profile has been established
and the Terms and Conditions have been
Can I place an order for the inmate using money I added to their
No. Orders placed using funds from an
inmate's account must be paid with a facility
check and mailed directly from the facility.
The use of funds deposited to an inmate’s
account is restricted to use specified by the
Why can’t I add money online without establishing a profile?
By law, Access Corrections is required to
collect certain information from each customer
before a transaction can be processed.
Please be sure your Access Corrections profile
is updated with your most current information.
What types of payment does Access Corrections accept?
Acceptable payment methods for inmate deposits
are credit and debit cards with Visa or
MasterCard logos and a valid security code that
are United States Issued. Please note that Access Corrections does not accept Government issued
cards (i.e. Child Support Cards, EBT Cards,
Can I send cash?
Cash transactions for inmate deposits are only accepted
at Access Secure Deposits lobby kiosk locations,
Can I send money to more than one inmate?
Yes. You can add or delete inmates in your
profile at anytime.
When will my credit card be debited?
Usually within three banking days. This does not delay the
When will the inmate receive the money?
Once the transaction is complete and you receive your receipt
number, the inmate will receive the money in his
or her account. Access Corrections is only able
to verify that your transaction has been
processed and does not have access to the
inmate’s account balance. Please contact
the facility for more information.
Is there a fee to use the Access Secure Deposits service?
Access Corrections charges a service fee, per
transaction, based on the amount of money added
to a resident’s account. Some facilities
impose an additional fee to add money to an
*Deposit fees may vary by facility
Depositing Money into an Inmate Account via the
Envelopes containing funds for deposit in inmate commissary
accounts will still be accepted into
the facility through the U.S. Mail
at this time.
Cash will no longer be accepted through the mail; only
money orders, cashier checks and
checks from government/law
enforcement agencies will be
accepted. Cash will only be accepted
at the kiosk located in the lobby of
the Hernando County Detention
The envelope will be addressed with the inmate's name, Inmate ID
number, and address, labeled "Inmate
Accounts". The check or
money order will be written to the
inmate along with "Inmate
Accounts" clearly written on
the memo line of the check or money
If anything other than money orders, cashier checks from
government/law enforcement agencies
is sent in, the entire contents will
be returned to sender.
Mail Deposits for Inmate
16425 Spring Hill Dr.
Brooksville, FL 34604
ATTN: Inmate Accounts