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Effective 10/23/13, we have a new commissary system in place.
Tiger Correctional Services is our new commissary provider. You now have more ways to leave money for an inmate.
There is a $200 limit on cash transactions, and a $150 limit on debit/credit transactions.
You can also leave money online, or even buy certain items for an inmate!
To do this, go to the Tiger website HERE.
On the site, fill in the information as follows:
County/Parish: Gibson IN
Facility: Gibson County Detention Center
Select Web Deposits to add money to an inmate account
Select Commissary Ordering to order specific items for an inmate.
Select the inmate you want to leave money for or purchase items for.
Our bond system has not changed.
Cash Bail: 1020
Tax Warrants: 1332
Phone cards may be purchased for inmates from a machine in our lobby. Cards are available in $10 (20 minutes) and $20 (40 minutes) versions.
After purchasing a card, write the inmates name on the card and insert it in the slot near the bottom of the machine.
Cards are picked up from the machine and distributed to inmates on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (excluding holidays).
For those who don't live near here, and wish to purchase a phone card for an inmate by mail, send a Certified Check or Money Order (NO cash or personal checks) made payable to "Gibson County Sheriff's Office". Include a note with payment that it is for a phone card for (Inmate's Name).
Any money received without the specification of it being for a phone card will be deposited in the inmate's commissary account; however it will be subject to the $2.50 transaction fee (the same as the "Tiger" machine in our lobby).
Inmates can also purchase phone cards on commissary.