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In an Emergency call 911


Inmate Property


Approved Inmate Property

Inmates may have the following items in their possession:
One (1) hygienic health kit consisting of One (1) each: toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, bottle of soap, spork and drinking cup
One (1) each: mattress, blanket, sheet, towel, uniform (general population), shower slides, Bible, Torah, or Koran, address book, prescription eye glasses
Three (3) each: Underwear, 2 pair of socks
Two (2) each: sports bra’s (female only)
Three (3) each: library books/magazines
A reasonable amount of legal materials and letters

Additional items may be purchased through the Commissary, as needed.

Incoming Property

We are no longer accepting contact solution, denture cream/strip, and reading glasses to be dropped off or mailed to the facility. These items are able to be purchased through commissary. Contact lenses will not be accepted from residential addresses, only when directly mailed from a verified vision center or eye Doctor. Shoes will not be accepted from a residential address, only directly from a verified retailer and ONLY with our Doctor's order. Medications and medical prosthesis will not be accepted into the facility unless prior approval is made through medical. Prescription eyeglasses (not including reading glasses) may be dropped off to the facility.


Inmate Property and Money Release

If an inmate wishes to release his/her property to friends or relatives, a Property Release form must be completed and signed by the inmate and submitted to the Property Technician. Property must be picked up within 5 business days of the request. Inmates can get the form from their post Deputy.

When this is completed all of your property not in your immediate possession must be released. The only exception is one complete set of clothes to dress in upon release from this facility may be retained.

Money can be released from your account only one (1) time during your incarceration. $50.00 must remain in the account all other funds may be released. Repeated releases will not be approved.