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SLO County Jail implements new commissary order process

Posted at 11:13 AM, Jul 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-03 14:13:41-04

Ordering commissary goods and depositing funds into an inmate's account at the San Luis Obispo County Jail just got more secure.

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office partnered with Aramark and TouchPay to offer new online and in-person services.

Inmate accounts allow individuals to purchase commissary products and telephone debit minutes.

The old system only allowed friends and family members who have loved ones in jail to make deposits in person at the SLO County Jail. Now, deposits can be made into an inmate's account virtually, by phone, or by using a hardware interface at the jail.

Using facility number 293405, the following deposit options are available 24/7:

  • Call (866) 232-1899
  • Go online here. Accounts must first be registered.
  • Use the TouchPay lobby kiosk at the San Luis Obispo County Jail.

Funds will be available for inmates within 24 hours of the deposit.

The following fees apply for all deposits:

  • $2.95 for deposits up to $200
  • $3.95 for deposits greater than $200

Pre-packaged commissary goods for inmates may also be purchased on the Aramark iCare website.