JAIL COMMISSARY
The Nueces County Sheriff's Office offers four (4) convenient methods to send money to a Nueces County Jail Inmate.
  1. Visit one of our two new commissary kiosks. The kiosk is similar to an ATM machine; however, instead of giving money, it takes it and deposits it directly into an inmate's account. The kiosk will accept cash ($5 bills or higher) and credit/debit cards with the VISA/MasterCard logo. The fees for using the machine are as follows:
Amount of Deposit
(maximum deposit $300.00)
Cash Deposit Fee
(automatically deducted from the cash you enter)
Credit/Debit Deposit Fee
(Charged directly to your credit/debit card)
$0.01 - $19.99 $3.00 $2.95
$20.00 - $99.99 $3.00 $5.95
$100.00 - $199.99 $3.00 $7.95
$200.00 - $300.00 $3.00 $9.95
There is a kiosk located at both the Main Jail lobby (located at 901 Leopard Street) and the McKenzie Annex (located at 745 North Padre Island Drive). These machines will be available for use 24 hours a day.
  1. Call 1-866-345-1884 toll-free to make a telephone deposit using your credit/debit card with the VISA or MasterCard logo. The fees for the phone service are as follows:
Amount of Deposit
(maximum deposit $300.00)
Service Fee
(Charged directly to your credit/debit card)
$0.01 - $19.99 $3.95
$20.00 - $99.99 $6.95
$100.00 - $199.99 $8.95
$200.00 - $300.00 $10.95
  1. Visit www.AccessCorrections.com and create an online account to make deposits into an inmate's account. The fees for the online service are as follows:
Amount of Deposit
(maximum deposit $300.00)
Service Fee
(Charged directly to your credit/debit card)
$0.01 - $19.99 $2.95
$20.00 - $99.99 $5.95
$100.00 - $199.99 $7.95
$200.00 - $300.00 $9.95
NOTE: By using options 1-3, funds will be immediately available to the inmate. The inmate will receive a receipt of the deposit within 3-4 days after the transaction.
  1. Send a money order to an inmate. The following is an example of how a money order or cashier's check should be filled out.
SAMPLE: MONEY ORDER
(or Cashier's Check)
DATE
Pay to the order of INMATE TRUST FUND
C/O Inmate's Name and Nueces-SID Number
Sender's name / address

The following is an example of the way a money order envelope or cashier's check envelope should be addressed.
Your Name
Complete Address
City, State Zip
 
Use
Appropriate
Postage
 
  Nueces County Inmate Trust Fund
C/O Inmate's Name, SID# & D.O.B.
P. O. Box 1941
Corpus Christi, Texas 78403-1941


 
PLEASE READ:

Only CASHIER'S CHECKS and MONEY ORDERS will be accepted to be posted in an inmate's account. All cashier's checks and money orders will be made payable to the "INMATE TRUST FUND," C/O the inmate who is receiving the money. Please include the inmate's date of birth, and inmate's Nueces SID# (Not the State SID#).

NO PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Money, checks, and money orders will NOT be accepted through the Jail Information Booth, nor at the McKinzie Jail Annex, nor during visitation hours.

All Misdirected or improperly filled out money orders and cashier's checks will be returned to sender.

USE BLACK OR BLUE PEN WHEN FILLING OUT THE MONEY ORDERS OR CASHIER'S CHECKS. DO NOT USE SILVER, GOLD, METALLICS, GLITTERS, OR OTHER COLORS OF GEL PENS.

A special post office box is available strictly for the money orders and cashier's checks.
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