How do I find an inmate in King County jail?

To find out an inmate in the Kings County jail, use Kings County inmate search online. Enter an inmate’s name or booking number and submit to search. If there is a result, click on the inmate name to view inmate’s arrest information and charges. If you cannot find your inmate, contact the jail to help you.

How do I send money to an inmate in Kings County Jail?

Sending Money It should only take about 30 minutes for an inmate to have access to the money you send. You can pay through TouchPay online here, or you can pay in the lobby at a kiosk 24 horus a day. Lastly, you can also call 559-584-1431 ext 2812 or ext 4103.

How do you put money on someone’s books in jail?

How to add money to an inmate’s commissary account:

  1. Select Send Money Now button.
  2. Select the appropriate state and facility.
  3. Enter at least 3 characters of the resident’s last name or their ID.
  4. Enter your payment information and amount of deposit, click the check box after reading the terms and conditions and select ok.

Are inmates notified when money is put on their books?

In most states, the inmate is notified as to who sent the money. In other states, this information is not available. If your inmate is in a facility where the JPay Email service is available, we recommend that you send him or her an email notifying him or her of the money that you just sent.

Where are the jails in King County WA?

King County operates two adult detention facilities; the King County Correctional Facility located in Seattle and the Maleng Regional Justice Center located in Kent. King County Correctional Facility. 500 Fifth Ave. Seattle, WA 98104. Maleng Regional Justice Center. 620 W. James St. Kent, WA 98032.

What is the booking number for home county of Kings?

You may also view our 24 and 72 hour booking lists, which include individuals who have been booked and released. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Include close matches? Example: “Jon” matches “John”, “Juan”, etc. Booking number must be used exclusively.

How does King County help the criminal justice system?

We are working with our partners in the criminal justice system — courts, King County Department of Public Defense, King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Department of Corrections, and law enforcement — to reduce the population at our two adult facilities so we can provide single bunks for everyone in custody as advised by Public Health.

Who is the county executive of King County WA?

Under the direction of King County Executive Dow Constantine, we are quickly and safely reducing the number of people who are in custody to provide our healthcare professionals the space they need to follow recommendations by Public Health — Seattle & King County in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.