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JPay makes it easier to find an Incarcerated Individual, send money and email to any Department of Corrections or County Jail.

Once scanned, the physical copy of the letter and envelope will be kept for 60 days, then destroyed. Put money on books at Kitsap County Jail Inmate Trust Account. The new web address is: www.

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How to send money to Kitsap County Jail is subject to Kitsap County rules. Inmate Trust or Phone Account. . Money orders will be accepted through the mail. Inmates need money to access several privileges like weekly shopping at the commissary, making phone calls, using the email service where offered, using the electronic tablets where offered and paying. Bail is accepted 24 hours a day at the jail.

Kitsap County Jail allows friends and families to deposit money into an inmate's book account in several ways.

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Kitsap County Jail has a mission to provide housing for state offenders and a general labor force supporting Kitsap County Government through fields such as road work, vehicle/building maintenance, sanitation, parks and recreation and other government-run [].

Money on Books delivers to correctional facilities via in-person, by mail, or electronically (24 to 72 hours after the debt/credit card transaction has processed and cleared).

Answer (1 of 7): Depending on what method you'll use to put funds on an inmates trust account.