Effective Monday, May 4th, 2015, the MyCarePak program will be available.
The MyCarePak program allows family and friends to go online at www.mycarepack.com and purchase a PAK (Pre-assembled Kit) for the inmate.
There is a limit of one PAK per 15 days for each inmate. PAKs will be delivered on the normal commissary delivery day for the inmate.
There are three different PAKs available for purchase
- Protein PAK $33.00
- Snack PAK $21.00
- Kosher PAK $26.00
For customer service after an order is placed, please call 866-643-9557, Monday through Friday, 8am to 8pm EST.
A partir del 4 de mayo de 2015, estará disponible el programa de MyCarePak.
El programa MyCarePak les permite a las familias y amistades a entrar en línea a www.mycarepack.com y comprar un PAK (un paquete de productos preseleccionados) para el preso.
Hay un límite de un PAK por cada 15 días para cada preso. Los PAKs se entregarán en la fecha normal de entrega de la tienda de la comisaría que le corresponde al preso.
Tienen la opción de comprar tres PAKs diferentes
- PAK de proteínas $33.00
- PAK de bocaditos $21.00
- PAK Kosher $26.00
Para servicio al cliente después de haber hecho un pedido, por favor llame al 866-643-9557 de lunes a viernes, de 8 a.m. a 8 p.m. hora del este.
Efektif lendi 4 me 2015, ap gen disponiblite pwogram MyCarePack la.
Pwogram MyCarePack la pèmèt fanmi ak zanmi sèvi anliy ak sit www.mycarepack.com la pou yo achte yon PAK (asòtiman pare alavans) pou prizonye a.
Gen yon limit, pou chak prizonye, yon sèl PAk pou yon peryòd 15 jou. Livrezon PAK yo ap fèt nan jou livrezon nòmal kantin pou prizonye a.
Gen twa diferan PAK ki disponib pou achte
- PAK pwoteyin $33.00
- PAK amiz bouch $21.00
- PAK kachè (kosher) $26.00
Pou sèvis kliyantèl apre plasman yon kòmann, rele tanpri nan nimewo 866-643-9557, lendi pou vandredi, 8 am a 8 pm EST.
The mailing address for inmates housed at the Main Detention Center is P.O. Box 24716, West Palm Beach, Florida 33416.
The mailing address for inmates housed at the West Detention Center is P.O. Box 1450, Belle Glade, Florida 33430.
All incoming mail must have the inmates booked name, jacket number, and cell assignment on the postcard.
Mail will be refused for the following reasons:
- If the information is incorrect on the outside of the envelope
- If the mail contains an unauthorized item
- If the inmate is released or transferred and is not in our custody
- If the mail does not comply with the facility rules
All publications and periodicals must come directly from the publisher or a licensed commercial warehousing source. The mailing label must contain the inmate’s booked name, jacket number, and cell assignment.
There is no limit on the amount of money an inmate may have in their account. Any amount in excess of $10,000.000 is subject to IRS reporting requirements.
Family and friends of inmates are able to deposit funds into inmate commissary accounts utilizing the Cobra Cashier Kiosks. Kiosks are located in the release lobby at the Main Detention Center, the Video Visitation Center and the visitation lobby at the West Detention Center. The machines will accept Cash, Credit Cards, and Debit Cards.
Transactions using the kiosk will immediately deposit the money into the inmate’s account avoiding delays during holidays or weekends and making the money readily available for commissary purchases. Any monies deposited will be subject to the normal collections for debts owed to the jail by the inmate (INCLUDING BOND MONEY)
The automated payment kiosk accepts United States currency in 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 US denominations. Deposits may be made twenty- four hours, seven days a week using the Kiosk located at the Main Detention Center. Please refer to the video visitation schedule (https://jailvisit.pbso.org/app) for the hours of operations at the other two locations.
There is a $3.25 convenience fee for utilizing the Cobra Cashier Kiosk. The fee will be deducted from the amount deposited into the Inmate’s account.
The Lobby Kiosk:
- Accepts $5.00 bills or higher for a cash deposit to inmate commissary accounts.
- Family and friends must know inmate’s JACKET NUMBER and FULL BOOKED NAME.
- Funds deposited will be immediately credited to the inmate’s account.
- A receipt will be issued from the Kiosk to the person depositing the funds.
- A receipt will be issued from the facilities to the inmate.
A third party will operate the Cobra Cashier Kiosks. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office will have no responsibility for the operation of this machine. If there is an issue with a deposit, a phone number will be available to contact the vendor. Our Agency has no means to resolve any issues related to the kiosk.
Effective December 12, 2016 GovPay commissary deposits will no longer be processed or accepted through Cobra Banker. SmartDeposit will be the new source for commissary deposits. Family and friends may make deposits through the SmartDeposit website, www.smartdeposit.com, by calling a SmartDeposit agent at 866-394-0490, or using the kiosks located in the detention facility’s lobbies or visitation center.
When an inmate is released or transferred from our custody, their personal property and any balance in their account is transferred or released as well.
Currently, the fee is $3.00 per day. It is charged on a daily basis. Inmates are not denied any basic needs if fees are not paid.
Yes. Inmates are charged an initial $25.00 processing fee for each incarceration. They are also charged for various self- initiated medical fees.
- Nurse Clinic $5.00
- Medical Clinic $10.00
- Dental Clinic $10.00
- Prescription $7.00
- Transport to own doctor $100.00
Each designated housing assignments has a designated canteen day. They may order only on that day and spend a maximum of $90.00 for clothing items and $90.00 on all additional items. (total $180.00).
All sergeants, assigned to the shifts in the corrections division, are notaries. Inmates may request to have paperwork notarized through these sergeants.
Payroll checks are not accepted. Government checks will be accepted.
Yes. The inmate needs to inform a deputy during the intake process that they have the funds in their property for bond. The inmate will be required to sign the bond receipt.
Bond information can be obtained or verified by calling Inmate Records (561) 688-4340. Once the amount is determined, an individual may post a bond using the following options:
- Post a CASH BOND (cash, money orders, or certified checks only, NO personal checks) in the total amount of the bond made payable to Palm Beach County Sheriff.
- Have a bondsman post a SURETY BOND. Most often, a bondsman will charge a percentage of the bond as a fee for posting the bond and require the individual to sign a promissory note. A list of local bondsmen are listed in the phone book and posted in the Visitor’s Lobby of the Main Detention Center and West Detention Center.
- Post bond using credit or debit using a GovPayNet agent by calling 1-877-392-2455 or online at
www.GovPayNow.com. Make sure you include the following information when completing the transaction:Inmate’s Full Booked Name, Jacket # and Booking #MAIN DETENTION CENTER PAY LOCATION CODE – 7020WEST DETENTION CENTER PAY LOCATION CODE – 7021
These items may be mailed in. The outside of the package must indicate the contents (i.e. glasses enclosed, contacts enclosed, etc.) and all packages will be thoroughly searched before being delivered to an inmate.
Inmates must provide written authorization to release all personal items stored in the tamper proof bags. Transfer of property requests are processed Monday through Friday from 0830 hrs to 1500 hrs only after the inmate’s signature has been verified. Valid photo identification must be provided when picking up inmate’s property.