Can I bring in an inmate’s prescribed medication?
You can bring medication into the front lobby for an inmate. The medication must be in the original pharmacy issued container. The doctor is the one who approves medication in our facility so bringing it in is NOT a guarantee that the inmate will receive it.

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1. Where are you located?
2. How do I find out information on an inmate in your facility?
3. When will an inmate get released?
4. Can we deliver a message to an inmate?
5. Can I bring in an inmate’s prescribed medication?
6. How do I place money on an inmate’s Commissary account?
7. Can I find out how much money an inmate has on his/her account?
8. Can I bring in Food or Clothing for an inmate?
9. How do I put money on or set up an inmate phone account?
10. When can I visit an Inmate, how many people can visit, how many visits can an inmate have in a day, when should I arrive, and what do I need?
11. If a person held in the facility requires a bail bondsman to post bond what do we do?
12. I want to do a cash bond for an inmate, what do I need to do?
13. If I am surrendering myself to do jail time, what can I bring into the jail with me?