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Send Inmate Full Name + Booking Number to 

$jailhouselaws

on Cash App. 


To send funds other than using Cash App, fill out the form below before sending your deposit.

Deposit fees are automatically deducted from the total amount you send to us. Please be sure to send amounts with fees included.


FEES

  • 30% for deposits under $100
  • 25% for deposits $100 & over
  • 20% for deposits $200 & over

All deposits for each inmate must be sent separately.

Inmates may only have up to $300 in their commissary per week. Money sent to us exceeding this amount will roll over the following week and be applied to inmate's books until amount is expired.

We make daily deposits 2hrs before IRC Cashier closes. Additional fee required for same-day rush delivery.

Receipts for each deposit will be sent to your email the following day.

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Inmate Deposit Form

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Los Angeles County Jail Facilities & General Information

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For general custody-related questions and help with inmate location, telephone (213) 473-6100. For Healthcare Concerns that require immediate assistance, please call the medical command center at (213) 893-5544. INMATE RECEPTION CENTER (IRC) 450 Bauchet Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 Watch Commander (213) 893-5303 Main Control (213) 893-5324 http://www.IRC.lasd.org The Inmate Reception Center is housed within the Twin Towers Correctional Facility. The Inmate Reception Center is responsible for the intake, classification, processing and release of persons in the custody of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The IRC is also responsible for the storage of inmate property and evidence as well cashier services and the processing of inmate mail. IRC custodial personnel are responsible for processing hundreds of new bookings, moving thousands of inmates to court, transferring inmates to the custody of Federal, State, and other County agencies, as well as preparing inmates for tran