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Inmate Accounts:


A commissary has been established to provide inmates with a means of purchasing items not provided by the Jail. These items include playing cards, candy, beverages, snacks and personal hygiene items.

All commissary items are to be requested by using the "Phone It In" System. The request on the Phone It In System must be completed by 10:00pm on Tuesday and commissary items will be distributed on Friday by 10:00pm. You should examine your order in the presence of the issuing officer. Your signing of the commissary receipt acknowledges your acceptance of the order. Commissary may not be used for any type of gambling or bartering. Money must be deposited into your account no later than Tuesday evening. Once the deposit is made, the funds will remain in that account until you are released. All Huber inmates make sure to have enough monies in the account to cover room and board and the commissary ordered. There is a $60 purchase limit per week.

Lobby Kiosk:

All cash and credit card transactions for inmates are to be made in the Kiosk located in the Jail Front Lobby. The inmate I.D. Number or the inmate’s name and date of birth is used to identify the account that funds will be credited to. If you have any concerns about the inmates account you can speak with the Account Clerks during their scheduled hours of 9am-9pm Monday thru Friday, excluding holidays.

To put money on an inmate's account you will need the inmate's name and date of birth. There are fees included for using the Kiosk. If using cash there is a $2.75 fee for one transaction with $500.00 limit. If using a credit card, there is a fee of $4.95 with a limit of $100. You can enter up to two credit card transactions per week.

Inmate Complaints/Grievances:

At times during your incarceration you may have a basis for a complaint that deals with personal health and welfare or operations and services of the facility, NOT to dispute Jail rules. You are encouraged to resolve your complaint with the Corrections Officer on duty, whenever possible. If this cannot be accomplished, a written complaint or grievance form should be completed and turned over to the Officer on duty to be forwarded to the Shift Sergeant for review and comment. We will only accept individual complaints/grievances. After the Sergeant has addressed the grievance, it will be forwarded to the Lieutenant in a timely manner for their review. You will receive a copy of this review and findings. Written reviews must follow this procedure to be addressed accordingly.

Issued Items at Booking:

After you are booked, you will be issued a uniform, (1) washcloth, (2) boxers (1) boxer for employed Hubers, (2) sheets, (1) towel, (2) blankets, (1) pair of sandals, and (1) pair of socks. Soap, toothpaste, (1) toothbrush, comb, and a Styrofoam cup will be provided when you are moved out of the receiving area. One complete set of clothing must be kept in the Jail at all times. Any property left in the Jail after 30 days of your release will be disposed of.


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