Andrea Mitchell | Andrew Lipker
Kathy Curfman | Brody Mendenhall
Brenda Alexander | Pam Ubelhor
Whitney Wood | Paige Colson
Samantha Wissmann | Deb Raney
INMATE FUNDS AND COMMISSARY
Inmates may have money put on their books 7 days a week 8:00am-10:00pm by coming into the sheriff's office and using the kiosk or online by going to www.jailatm.com and setting up an account. Please note when putting money on an inmates account online there is a $3.25 fee or 10% of the amount (whichever is higher) and may take 24-48 hours to appear. There is a weekly limit of $300.00 for online transactions. There is a $3.25 fee for cash transactions and $3.25 or 10% (whichever is higher) for card transactions when using the kiosk at the sheriff's office. Inmate commissary orders must be in by Tuesday at 6:00 am with exceptions on holidays. Please do not order the care packs online as there is an unknown wait time for them.
Inmate visitation is Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm, excluding holidays. Visitors must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult, and have a valid photo I.D. Visitation onsite must be scheduled 24-hours in advance by coming into the sheriff's office and using one of the kiosks or by going to www.inmatesales.com Online visitation is available 7 days a week 9:00am-10:00pm. Visitors must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult, and have a valid photo I.D. Visitors on probation, parole or that have an active warrant will not be allowed to visit. Visitation onsite must be scheduled 24-hours in advance online by going to www.inmatesales.com
INMATE PHONE AND CHIRPING SERVICES
Inmate phone services are provided by Combined Public Communications. Funds can be placed directly on an inmates phone account by going to www.inmatesales.com Inmate Chirping is a way for an inmate to message with their friends and family members. Funds must be deposited for this at www.inmatesales.com as it cannot be transferred from an inmates account.
The Jail does not allow any outside items into the facility with the exception of approved religious items and prescribed medication in the original container.
Effective 8/1/2022, The Richardson County Jail will no longer offer a work release program.