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Click here to fund an inmate's commissary account

An inmate may receive funds to be placed on their inmate trust fund account. The inmate trust fund account can be used for commissary purchases, telephone calls, or eMessaging.

Cash, debit, and/or credit cards may be used at the Touch Pay kiosk in the main lobby. Debit and/or credit cards may also be used online at: Contact TouchPay customer service at (866) 204-1603 for questions or telephone deposits.

A money order should be made out to: Inmate Trust Fund, include the inmate’s name and if possible their jail identification number. The funds will be accepted at the bonding window located in the main lobby or mailed to 1410 Williams Way Richmond, TX. 77469.

eMessaging - Electronic Messaging with Inmates

eMessaging is available with inmates at the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.  eMessaging allows two-way communication with your friend or family member.  At this time, the eMessaging service does not allow attachments, so no pictures can be attached to the message.  All eMessages sent and received are subject to being read by law enforcement staff.  The purchase price for an eMessage includes one free reply from the inmate.  After one successful eMessage between an eMessage user and an inmate, the inmate can purchase eMessages from his or her account to initiate messages to the approved eMessage user.

iCare - Commissary Packages for Inmates

iCare is available for inmates at the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.  iCare is a program allowing friends or family members to purchase commissary packages for an inmate.  iCare packages can be purchased for holidays, special occasions, or for any other reason.  iCare packages often include special sales, so check back often.  iCare packages are delivered to inmates based on the delivery schedule for each housing location, so a specific delivery date is not always guaranteed.




Click here to use iCare - Commissary Packages for Inmates

Last updated: 12/1/2016 1:58:18 PM