Shawnee County Department of Corrections

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Inmate Funds

Each inmate/resident is allowed to maintain an account for the purpose of paying various fees and purchasing commissary items. The Shawnee County Department of Corrections shall only accept bank money orders, attorney trust account checks, cashier’s checks, government checks, tribal checks, and other correctional facilities’ checks. These checks and orders must be made payable to the inmate. The sender’s name and address must also be written on the money order or check for deposit to the inmate’s account. Any unauthorized classification of check received shall be returned to the sender at the inmate’s/resident’s expense. Any cash received by mail will be returned to the sender at the inmate’s/resident’s expense. If there is no valid return address, the cash shall be placed in the Commissary Account Fund. Cash will be accepted for placement on the inmate's account at the Records window, accessed through the front lobby. The booking window will accept cash and other identified payment methods whenever the Records department is closed.

Funds can be added to an Adult Detention Center (ADC) inmate's account by using the Kiosk located at the Annex front lobby or by visiting the following website: www.touchpayonline.com

ADC inmates are allowed to release money one (1) time from their account. Only the money they were in possession of at the time of arrest shall be released. Inmates on Trusty status may release money from their account one time per pay period.

Authorized withdrawals from an inmate/resident’s account during the inmate/resident’s confinement shall be made according to a priority established by the department. Inmates/residents shall be required to pay the following fees prior to being allowed to purchase any commissary items:

Payment of bonds or other court ordered payments;
ADC fees including but not limited to:

  • Booking and processing
  • Inmate Work Program fees (room and board)
  • Disciplinary
  • Medical co-pays
  • Cost of off-site medical services
  • Copies
  • Notary services
  • Haircuts

Release of funds to a third party (ADC only).

Juvenile Detention Center fees include but are not limited to:

  • Disciplinary