Inmate Money

The inmate must have funds in his or her account by 12:01 a.m. on Monday to be able to order commissary that week (12:01 a.m. Tuesday for Geiger inmates).

There are a number of ways to put funds on an offender's account.

Cashier's Window
You may leave money for inmates who are housed at both facilities at the Spokane County Jail cashier's window. The cashier's window is closed from 5 - 7 p.m. The cashier's window is open all other times seven days a week. Note that you must bring the exact amount of money with you, since the jail does not make change.

US Mail
We only accept US Postal Money Orders, Western Union Money Orders, US Treasury Checks, as well as checks from Tribal Institutions and other Correctional Facilities, through the mail for posting to an inmate's account. We will accept Cashier's Checks for under $500.
To Mail in funds for an inmate have the funds made payable to the inmate, be sure to have your full name and address as the purchaser on the Cashiers Check or Money order as well as on the return address of the envelope.

Mail funds for either Jail or Geiger Inmates to:
Inmate First and Last Name
Attn: Inmate Accounting
1100 West Mallon Avenue
Spokane, WA  99260
 
ConnectNetwork®
ConnectNetwork is an authorized deposit and account management portal for the corrections industry. With several different deposit methods available, ConnectNetwork is the quickest and most convenient option to fund your loved ones account. Purchasing money orders, mailing deposits, and waiting several business days for the funds to post are now eliminated with ConnectNetwork.

Visit our ConnectNetwork page to learn how to use this system to make commissary or trust payments to an inmate.