Property Drop-Off

In order to drop off property to an inmate, you will need to complete a Property Drop Off Form (PDF). You can either print the form and fill it out by hand or you can type in the information and then print the form.

Acceptable Items

Learn about the items that are allowed to be brought in for inmates.


  • Cash, money order or bank draft check only. Made out to the inmate. Any money sent in for an inmate will go onto their books.
  • We do not hold money out for transports or to go with inmates to other facilities.
  • If the inmate has a negative balance on their account then up to half of the money dropped off will go toward the negative balance with the remaining money going to a positive balance they can use.

Prescription Medication

Must be in the original prescription bottle, with the inmate’s name on it, that is a valid prescription and in the first 24 hours after arrest only unless otherwise noted by the medical department.


  • 6 pair white socks - new and in the package.
  • 6 white t-shirts - new and in package or with tags still on.
  • 6 pair white or light gray underwear - new and in package or with tags still on. Can be briefs, boxers or boxer-briefs.
  • 2 white bras - new and in package or with tags still on. No wires, zippers, strings, etc.
  • 2 pair white, off white, or light gray long underwear shirts or Under Armor style shirts or long sleeve t-shirt without pockets. New and in package or with tags still on.
  • 2 pair white, off white or light gray long underwear pants or Under Armor style pants. New and in package or with tags still on.


  • Word find, crossword, or other puzzle books - no staples, no family notes written in them.
  • 5 photographs - nothing bigger than 5 by 7 inches, no sexually explicit material, nothing illegal, no Polaroids, nothing laminated. Inmates are not allowed to switch out photos so once they have 5 all others will go into their property.
  • Soft backed reading books - note that the inmate who the book is dropped off to will get to read the book first then the book becomes the property of the jail and will go into our general library. Some exceptions are made for school text books if someone is in school but prior permission must be obtained for any exceptions.