Inmate property can only be collected at the property room at the Public Safety Facility.
Map: Public Safety Facility
401 – 4th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415.
- If a person wishes to pick up an inmate's property, the inmate must complete and sign a release form.
- One set of clothing that is suitable for court may be brought for an inmate's felony court trial appearance.
- People coming to the property room to bring clothes, or other allowable items, or to collect an inmate's belongings, must be 18 or older and have a current state or federally issued photo ID.
- The property room is open seven days a week during the following hours: 7–10 a.m. and 7–10 p.m.
- Money may be sent to inmates through the US mail in the form of cash or money order made payable to the inmate.
- Money may also be dropped off or picked up at the Property Room seven days a week during the following hours: 7–10 a.m. and 7–10 p.m.
You will need to know the inmate's exact name and spelling as well as the PAK number before making a deposit.
There will be a 10 percent transaction fee or $10 maximum on money placed on or released from an inmate account while they are in custody. This fee applies to cash, money orders and cashier checks. This fee does not apply to initial deposits, final release or monies being deposited for bail.
Cashier checks and money orders may be held for verifications before deposit.
Deposit from home or at MoneyGram locations
Make a deposit from home by contacting the following organizations or using their online process.
You need to have a credit/debit card or check, inmate's name and PAK number, and use the facility code 5500 for commissary deposit.
You need to have inmate's name and PAK number, and use the code 5500 for commissary deposits or 4500 for bail.
For company name, use SSC Inmate Funding, Bradenton, FL.
Use 7950 as the inmate funding code.
Inmates three character facility ID is FCM. Example of inmate's ID number: FCM123456789