Services, Procedures & Fees
Florida State Statute 951.22 prohibits the provision, or receipt of contraband articles to or from any inmate, or to introduce or possess contraband upon the grounds of the county detention facility. Any violation of this statute is guilty of a felony of the third degree.
- Bond Procedures
- Items Provided by the Facility
- Subsistence Fees / Medical Co-Pays
- Inmate Property / Money Release
- United States Postal Service (USPS)
- Inmate Phone Accounts
- Care Packages
- Emailing an Inmate
Items Provided by the Facility
Upon admission to the facility, each inmate is provided with:
- Bath towels
- Bed linens
- Personal hygiene items
Personal Hygiene Items
Personal hygiene items include:
- Bath soap
- Feminine hygiene products
Subsistence Fees/Medical Co-Pay Guidelines
To defray costs, the Martin County Sheriff's Office Corrections Department initiated a Subsistence Fee Program and Medical Co-Pay Program.
The State Legislature has found that there is an urgent need to alleviate the increasing financial burden on local subdivisions of the state caused by the expenses of incarcerating prisoners.
Florida State Statute allows for the collections of all, or a fair portion of daily subsistence and reimbursement for expenses incurred in providing medical care, treatment, hospitalization, or transportation from the inmate receiving the service. All inmates shall receive the same level of care regardless of their ability to pay.
Inmate Property/Money Release Guidelines
Transfer of property or money between inmates is forbidden. When necessary, inmates may release personal property from the facility to a friend/family member by completing a "Property Release" form, "Money Release Request" or "Money Transfer Request" at least 24 hours in advance. If an inmate has a debt (i.e, medical fees, subsistence fees, etc.), money shall not be released until the debt is satisfied. Only one property/money release is permitted per incarceration.
Inmates may purchase a variety of items through Aramark Commissary to include:
- Certain clothing items
- Greeting cards
- Limited over-the-counter medication
- Personal hygiene items
- Postage stamps
- Snack items
To apply funds to an inmate's commissary account, visit the TouchPay website or call (800) 232-1899. The MCSO Site Number is: 234994. If you have difficulties or need assistance, please call TouchPay customer service at (800) 204-1603.
When items are purchased, the amount is deducted from the inmate's account. Items that are not available through the commissary shall not be accepted from family members, friends, or through the mail. To order an iCare Package through commissary, visit the iCare website.
Inmate Phone Accounts
Phone accounts may be established for inmates by visiting the GettingOut.com website or by calling (800) 483-8314. If you have trouble or need assistance, please call customer service at (866) 230-7761.
Inmate Care Packages
Care packages may be purchased for inmates by visiting the iCareGifts website or by calling (800) 615-3296.