How to deposit money into an Inmate Trust Account
When an inmate is admitted into custody, the money collected at the time of intake is deposited into the inmate’s individual trust account. Funds are automatically used to pay for the intake processing fees, outstanding debt from previous accounts, and daily subsistence fees.
The remaining balance can be used to purchase commissary items and pay recurring expenses such as:
- Subsistence fees
- Co-payments for non-emergency medical care
Friends and family may also make deposits into trust accounts every day, seven days a week using one of the several methods offered by TouchPay.
You’ll need the following information to deposit funds into an account:
- Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation, facility number 233101
- Inmate name
- Inmate identification number (ID number) - jail number
After intake, 50% of all future deposits made to an inmate trust account will be applied to the inmate’s outstanding debt and the remaining deposit will be credited to the inmate trust account.
Cash must be deposited directly at a lobby kiosk.
Pre-Trial Detention Center
Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center
Metro West Detention Center
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