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Effective Saturday, May 29, 2021, inmate visitations at all Fresno County Jail facilities are allowed. For more information on modified visitation procedures, click here.

Every inmate in the Jail is initially provided with the following:

  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Comb
  • Soap
  • Writing paper
  • Pencil
  • Two stamped envelopes
  • Razor
  • Plastic cup

Inmates may purchase a variety of commissary items to be delivered to them in their housing units.  Each inmate receives a copy of the commissary order form and can place orders once each week.  The items available for purchase include, but are not limited to: snacks, hygiene products, stationery, reading glasses, and over-the-counter medication. 

The cost of commissary items is comparable to convenience store prices and is purchased using money from the inmate’s account. Money is maintained on the inmate’s account from cash that they had at the time of arrest and through subsequent deposits from family and friends.  Deposits may be made to an inmate’s account via TouchPay at the kiosks located in the Jail Lobbies, online at www.touchpaydirect.com or toll-free phone at (866) 232-1899. (Refer to Money & Property for additional information.)  You may also order gift packages online at www.MyCarePack.com. Orders are distributed once each week, on the inmate’s scheduled delivery day.  

Every inmate (except those on disciplinary status for violating facility rules) may order up to $175 in purchases from the commissary on a weekly basis.  (Weekly purchases are limited to $175 combined total of commissary and internet orders.)

If an inmate does not have any funds in their account, they are eligible for an indigent package.  The indigent package contains soap, toothpaste, a razor, and writing materials, and is available upon request, on a weekly basis.

Jail Questions

How do I get information about someone who was arrested?

To see if someone is in custody, check the Inmate Information Center, or you may call (559) 475-9491.

Can I order packaged goods online for an inmate?

Yes -- MyCarePack.com gives you the opportunity to show friends and loved ones you're thinking of them while they're incarcerated.