Department of Corrections
Cumberland County Jail Inmate Services
Money may be applied to an inmates account using two methods:
"Mail" or "Account Vending".
If mailing money to an inmate you must send funds to:
Cumberland County Jail
PO Box 717
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
You must include inmates name and county number. Only money orders or cashiers check will be accepted.
Use the Broad Street entrance to access the Inmate Account Vending machine. You must enter the inmates full name and county number. The machine accepts cash or debit/credit cards. There is a $3.00 transaction fee incurred on each transaction.
(Example: If you deposit $20.00 only $17.00 will be applied to the inmates account.)
Released inmates may pickup money from their accounts between the hours of 9:00 am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:00pm daily.
(** A picture ID will be required to withdraw funds**)
The Cumberland County Department Of Corrections maintains a mail system in which all inmates can send and receive mail. All incoming mail will be subject to search ( except legal mail from an Attorney or Law firm). Any mail from an attorney will be opened in the presence of the inmate as not to infringe on the confidentiality of the attorney/client.
All mail should be sent in a S.A.S.E to:
Inmate name / County #
Cumberland County Dept of Corrections
P.O Box 717
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Inmates are allowed to receive books, magazines, and pictures. All books and magazines must be soft back and must come directly from the publisher. Only 7 pictures up to a size 5"x7" will be accepted (NO NUDITY). All others will be subject to confiscation and destruction.
If sending money by mail, only United States Postal Service money orders will be accepted via mail. All money sent via mail will be forwarded to Inmate Accounts. There is a 3 business day hold on all deposited inmate money. Ex: Money deposited on Monday will not be available for inmate use until Thursday.
************* NO CASH OR CHECKS *************
Please do not send any contraband such as drugs, pens, pencils, paper clips, etc. As such infractions will be forwarded to our Special Investigations Unit for investigation and possible prosecution.