Money may be deposited into an inmate’s account. Inmates may use the money to purchase snacks, hygiene items, phone cards, and writing materials.
You may deliver money to inmates in one of four ways:
- Online Deposits Using Access Corrections
- Deposits by Phone Using Access Corrections
- Cash or Credit Card Deposit by Kiosk in Jail Facility Lobbies
- US Postal Money Order by Mail
Online Deposits Using Access Corrections
Access Corrections makes it easy for you to deposit money directly to an inmate’s account without having to visit the jail facilities. Access Corrections charges a fee based on the type of transaction.
Deposits by Phone Using Access Corrections
Call 1-866-345-1884 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to deposit money using a Visa or MasterCard (live bilingual agents are available).
|Credit Card||By Computer||By Phone||By Kiosk||Cash||By Kiosk|
|Deposit Amount||Online Computer Deposits||Credit Card Deposits by Phone||Credit Card Deposits by Kiosk||Deposit Amount||Kiosk Cash Deposit|
|$0.01 to $19.99||$2.95||$3.95||$2.95||$0.01 to $20.00||$1.00|
|$20.00 to $99.99||$5.95||$6.95||$5.95||$20.01 to $40.00||$2.00|
|$100.00 to $200.00||$7.95||$8.95||$7.95||$40.01 to $200.00||$3.00|
Cash or Credit Card Deposit by Kiosk in Jail Facility Lobbies
Money can be deposited by using the kiosks in the lobby of the jail facilities. You can deposit the money at any facility regardless of where the inmate is housed as long as the inmate is in the custody of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Cash or credit card is accepted in the kiosk. The kiosk can’t make change and does not accept anything smaller than a $5.00 bill.
Hours for Deposits at Jail Facilities - Access Corrections Kiosk
|Blythe||Daily||8 am to 11 pm||Money is accepted in the jail lobby|
|Indio||Monday through Friday||8 am to 9 pm||Money is accepted in the jail lobby|
|Presley||Daily||24 Hours||Money is accepted in the jail lobby|
|Smith||Daily||24 Hours||Money is accepted in the jail lobby|
|Cois Byrd||Daily||24 Hours||Money is accepted in the jail lobby|
U.S. Postal Money Order by Mail
Please Note: Always put the name and booking number of the inmate on the front of the money order.
You can mail a U.S. Postal Money Order for deposit to an inmate’s account. Always put the name and booking number of the inmate on the front of the money order.
Cash or personal checks are not accepted via mail. If cash or personal checks are received at a jail facility, the envelope and its contents are marked "Return to Sender" and sent back.
Unclaimed Inmate Money
Money that remains in an inmate’s account after his/her release may be claimed at the Sheriff’s Unclaimed Money website.