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Naples Jail Center
3347 Tamiami Trail E.
Naples, FL 34112-4434
Immokalee Jail Center
302 Stockade Road
Immokalee, Florida 34142


Q. Can I deposit money into an inmate’s personal commissary account via the internet or phone?

A. A. Yes, you can deposit money via the Internet by going to You will need to create a user account using an email address and a password. Be sure to select the Commissary section. The next step is to enter the state, the facility as Collier County Sheriff’s Office, and the inmates last name or ID. The ID number is the same as the Inmate’s A number, also known as the arrest number. At this point you can continue registering your personal information.

The option to deposit money into an inmate’s personal commissary account via telephone is no longer available. However, Jail ATM machines are available 24/7 at the Naples and Immokalee Jail lobbies, and at the Naples Visitation Center from 12:00 – 4:00 pm daily. The Naples Visitation Center is located at 3311 Tamiami Trail E., Naples, FL 34112.

You will need to inform the inmate that money has been placed in the account.

Inmate information handout  - English
Inmate information handout - Spanish
Inmate information handout - Creole

Q. How can I bond someone out of jail?

A. There are four types of ways to post bonds you can pay with:

Cash, for the entire amount of bond required

A cashier’s check, for the entire amount of bond required

Pay by Western Union for the entire amount of the bond required, and you must be able to provide a tracking number.

Or pay by Surety Bond, through a bonding company

Q. How is inmate housing decided?

A. Some inmates that are arrested in Naples are housed in the Immokalee Jail Center and some from Immokalee are brought to Naples. 

Housing is not based upon the proximity to the inmate’s home but rather on the premise of assigning inmates to the facility that will best fit their needs.

Inmates who do not bond out are assigned housing based upon the least restrictive and safest units possible based upon the level of security required.