You can purchase commissary online from iCare for incarcerated persons housed at the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility. iCare is a service provided by TouchPay. TouchPay is a private company. This is not a service provided by Nevada County.
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Incarcerated persons are permitted to receive an unlimited amount of mail per day. The mailing address is:
Incarcerated Person's Name
Wayne Brown Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 928
Nevada City, CA 95959
See sending mail to an incarcerated person for a list of prohibited items.
All visitors must be 18 years of age or older and must provide a current government-issued ID at the time of check-in, or be accompanied by a parent or guardian (if under the age of 18). Find more information about the current visitation program.
The incarcerated person must arrange video visits. You will be required to make an account on gettingout.com.
To add money to an incarcerated person's trust account you can:
Use your Visa/MasterCard, debit card or electronic check. This service is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Electronic funding of an incarcerated persons trust account is provided by TouchPay, not by Nevada County. There is a charge for this service. For more detailed information on this option, please see how to add money to an incarcerated person's trust account.
Visit the kiosk located in the lobby of Wayne Brown Correctional Facility, during normal business hours (Tuesday - Friday 9:00am - 6:30pm)