Inmate Accounts

Inmate Commissary and Banking

General Information

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Summit to provide commissary and banking services to the inmates of the detention centers.  When an inmate is booked into the Adult Detention Center, an inmate account is created.  Money may be deposited to this account at any time while the inmate is in custody. Inmates may then use these funds to make commissary purchases, purchase phone time, pay for medical services or other programs provided by the Detention Center.


Cash or credit/debit card deposits can be made by visiting the kiosk in the lobby of either jail.  Lobby hours are from 7:00 am – 10:00 pm daily.  You will need to know the inmate’s six digit Criminal File Number.  This may be obtained from the staff member in the lobby.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your transaction.

Staff will not accept any cash, checks or money orders for deposit to inmate’s accounts.

Deposit fees may apply.

Friends and Family may use the website, to make inmate deposits or order Gift Packs.  This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Customer service support for can be reached at (855) 836-3364.

Deposit fees may apply.