Inmate Commissary

The Lewis County Jail has a new commissary vendor and inmate financial system.

Friends and family can go to to place money on their loved one's account. If you run into problems, you can call the helpline at 870-627-5476

How to add money to an inmate's account:

Go to

You will be required to make an account in order to place money on an inmate's account. Once you have an account, sign in.

  1. Select Send Money Now button
  2. Select the appropriate state and facility
  3. Enter at least 3 characters of the resident's last name or their ID
  4. Enter your payment information and amount of deposit, click the check box after reading the terms and conditions and select ok
  5. Review the payment details and click Send Money

You can place money on an account by using Visa or MasterCard.

Create an account

  1. Click sign in at the top right corner
  2. Enter your email address (please be sure to enter your complete email address.)
  3. Fill out all information on the personal details form
  4. Click save
  5. Create a password
  6. Check your email, there will be an activation link. Click on it or copy the link and paste into your browser
  7. Sign in using your email address and password

Please note, should an inmate have medical fees, or debt from a previous incarceration, 80% of all incoming funds placed on their account will be taken to recover said costs until the balance is paid. Upon release from custody if there is still a balance due, any remaining funds on the commissary account will be kept to satisfy the debt. Unpaid debt remaining after incarceration can be turned over to a collection agency. Inmate accounts can not be discussed with the public. Please inquire with your loved one if they have a debt.