Stevens County Sheriff

Stevens County Jail

215 South Oak Street, Colville, WA 99114
Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 186  Colville, WA  99114

Telephone: (509) 684-4707 Extension 3712,  Fax: (509) 684-7570

 

Page last updated:  November 24, 2014

    Service List   click on the link for more information  
Our Mission
 
Current Inmate Roster  ■  Inmate Commissary Account  
Inmate Mail  ■  GOV Pay Now link  
Inmate Phones  ■  Clothing Items  
Inmate Visitation  ■  Outside Medications  
Service List    
       
Related Links Inmate Commissary Account  
   

You can put money on an account established for each inmate that they can use to purchase goods from the online commissary  or for hygiene or Non-RX items.  Money will be accepted on visitation days or any day at the door during the following time frames:  (10-11 am, 3-4 pm or 8-9 pm)  
     
     
     
     
       
       
    GOV Pay Now link  
    You can also log on to GOV Pay Now :   https://www.govpaynow.com/qps/user/   
   

The 4-digit Pay Location Code (PLC) # is 5500

Next enter at least the inmate’s First and Last names. Spelling must be correct.

Click the word “choose”.

At Facility Search select the state (WA)

At Facility, click the pull-down and select 63S-Stevens County Jail

Lastly, you MUST have the inmates PIN number. The inmate(s) have this information for you.  Enter the PIN number in the Resident Booking #.

Click continue and follow the prompts.

 
       
    Clothing Items  
   

Authorized items for inmates are: one (1) set of long johns, three (3) pairs of boxer style underwear and three (3) pairs of socks.  All clothing items must be white.  Any excess will be placed in inmate property.  Only BRAND NEW ITEMS still in the store packing will be accepted.  THESE ARE THE ONLY ITEMS ALLOWED TO BE BROUGHT IN other than valid prescription medications.
   
   
   
   
       
       
    Outside Medications  
   

If inmate medications are not brought in during arrest, the jail will accept current prescribed medications at the jail.  They can be brought to the jail at any time.  Do not bring Over the Count (OTC) meds.  They will not be allowed.