Depositing Funds & Commissary Information
The Stanly County Detention Center allows inmates at our facility to order commissary if the inmate has funds available in their account. All necessary meals and hygiene items are provided free of charge to all inmates at our facility and those available through commissary are additional, non-necessary items.
Inmate Account Deposits
The Stanly County Detention Center offers two convenient ways for family and friends wishing to deposit funds into inmate’s commissary accounts.
Deposit Kiosk at Detention Center
Jail ATM location in the administrative lobby
Depositing funds into inmates commissary accounts can be done at a kiosk located in the main lobby of the Stanly County Detention Center. This deposit kiosk is available Monday and Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 am – 8:30 pm. The lobby kiosk accepts Cash, Credit Cards and Debit Cards. Deposits made through the lobby kiosk will post immediately to the inmates accounts, barring no delays during holidays or weekends.
Kimble’s Commissary Services charges a service fee of $3.00 for each deposit made using the kiosk. Example, if $10.00 is deposited into an inmate’s account, the inmate will actually receive $7.00 in their account.
Kimble’s Commissary website
Funds can also be deposited into inmate’s commissary accounts through the internet. Kimble’s Commissary Services, the Detention Center’s commissary vendor, accepts online Credit Card deposits through their website, www.jailatm.com. The person making the deposit can search for an inmate either by their name or inmate account number. A deposit confirmation will be sent to the email address provided at the time of the deposit.
The Stanly County Detention Center contracts with Kimble’s Commissary Services vendor for our facility. General population inmates are afforded the opportunity to order items once a week. Various hygiene products, clothing items, writing materials and snack foods are available for purchase by those inmates with money in their inmate account.
Commissary orders are processed once a week on Sunday evenings. Orders are delivered the next day on Monday. Inmates can only place commissary orders if the funds are available in their account before the processing time. All sales are final and there are no refunds for any commissary purchases.
Inmates who are released prior to receiving their commissary orders may pick up their orders at the Stanly County Detention Center within three (3) days of the delivery date. Any commissary orders that are not picked up will be donated to charity.
Under certain circumstances, inmates may be limited on what commissary items are available for them to order. These circumstances include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Inmates that receive Disciplinary Sanctions or are placed in Disciplinary Segregation will only have access to hygiene products.
- Inmates with certain medical conditions or allergies may be denied access to specific commissary food items.