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Detention Rules and Information

Inmate Bonding Information


All inmates booked into the Converse County Detention Center on new charges will be seen by the Judge or County Court within 72 hours of arrest, at which point bond will be set. Any questions related to charges or bond amounts can be relayed to the courts during business hours.

  • Circuit Court (307) 358-2196

  • District Court (307) 358-3165



The Converse County Detention Center now accepts bond payments via credit/debit cards. This can be done on-site or over the phone through the AllPaid 24/7 Service Platform. 


Beginning July 22nd, 2021, payers who wish to post bond for inmates in the Converse County Detention Center may do so on the AllPaid Payment Platform. AllPaid accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover for bond payments onsite, or by phone 24/7.  


Cardholders can post bond for inmates via credit or debit cards at the facility. The fee for this service is 5% of the transaction amount and each transaction cannot exceed $50,000.  

With information provided by the Converse County Detention Center, payers can call AllPaid at 888-604-7888 to post bond for inmates over the phone. The fee for this service is 5% of the transaction amount and each transaction cannot exceed $50,000. Payers will need the inmates full name and inmate ID number to post bond via telephone. 

Telephone Services for Inmates (ICSolutions)

Inmates have access to the use of telephones in their pods during the allotted hours set by the Detention Center. This service is provided by ICSolutions. Any questions related to the phone system can be directed to ICSolutions at (888)506-8407.

Note: All inmate calls are monitored and recorded for security purposes.


Inmate Funds

Funds may be brought to the Detention Center for the inmates account. Any money that the inmate comes in with upon arrest will be deposited into their account. Note: Any outstanding debt from a previous incarceration in the Converse County Detention Center will be collected every time money is entered into the inmates account. The Detention Center prefers you bring the funds in cash but money orders will be accepted. No checks will be accepted. Once the inmate is released from the Detention Center, they will be issued a check in the amount of the balance on their account. 


Adding money to your friend or family member’s books:

Your loved one has different accounts for different purposes while they are in here. Here are the different accounts they use, and how to add money to them:

Commissary Account (their “books”)

This is their account for all general purchases. With money on their books, they can buy items in jail such as snacks, extra hygiene supplies, and some extra clothing items.

  • To add money to their books, you have several options:

  1. You can bring cash to the visitor’s window at the jail, located at 1201 Mesa Drive in Douglas, WY. We do not charge a fee to accept cash here.

  2. You can go online to add money via credit card, the website is

  3. You can add money over the phone, by dialing 1-866-394-0490.

  • If an inmate has an outstanding debt to the jail, 50% of any money deposited in this account will be collected when it is added to their books, until the debt is satisfied.

  • Inmates can transfer money from this account to their phone time account.


Phone Time Account

This is their account with our phone provider, ICSolutions, just for making phone calls from the phones provided in each cell block, or “pod”.


  • Inmates cannot transfer money from this account to any other account.


Tablet Time Account

  • This is their account just for using the paid features on the tablets that the jail provides for inmate use. Some of these paid features are listening to music, watching movies, and sending and receiving text and picture messages with friends and family members.


  • To add money to their tablet time account, you go to, create an account, and deposit funds.

  • Inmates cannot transfer money from this account to any other account.


Inmate Mail



All personal mail such as letters, pictures, and drawings will now be digitally delivered to your incarcerated loved one or friend via the tablet. 


To prevent delay of your letters or mail correspondence to Converse County Detention Center Inmates, please follow these guidelines: 


Your inmate’s mail must now be addressed to: 


Converse County Detention Center 


P.O. Box 247 

Phoenix, MD 21131 


For Example: 


Converse Co. Det. Center, WY 

John Smith, #000123456 

P.O. Box 247 

Phoenix, MD 21131 




To ensure your mail gets delivered, you must include the full facility name and state where the facility is located, as well as the inmate’s unique identifier. Please also note that the sender’s full name and physical address must be clearly written on the top left corner of the envelope.  



The following is NOT ALLOWED and will be rejected: 


  1. Mail shall not contain correspondence for inmates other than for the inmate whose name appears on the envelope. No correspondence from other correctional institutes unless approved by the Detention Captain. No institutional floor plans.                

  2. Inmates shall not request another person to forward correspondence beyond the immediate addressee.                                                                                                                    

  3. Inmate’s name and the addressee’s return name & address must appear on the front of the envelope.                                                                                                          

  4. Books, magazines, and newspapers must be received directly from the publisher and pass approval of the Sergeant.                                 

  5. Blank envelopes, blank paper, personal check, coins, jewelry, plastic items, and food are prohibited.                                                                                                                                                                                                      

  6. Sexually explicit material or pornographic in nature (nudity) is prohibited.                                                                                                                                                   

  7. No material that threatens or is detrimental to the security, good order, or discipline of the facility.                                                                    

  8. Correspondence that is in code or gang related material is prohibited.                                                                                                                                                   

  9. No foreign substance; such as lipstick, perfume and bodily fluids is allowed in or on any mail item.                                                                               

  10. “No Contact” of person(s) by order of the court or request of that person(s). 


Note: All incoming and outgoing mail will be scanned by the Detention Staff for contraband. The exception to this rule is for legal mail that comes from an inmates attorney or law firm. Legal mail will be opened in the presence of the inmate and inspected for contraband at that time. The inspection will be done in a manner that does not violate the confidentiality of the mail correspondence. Legal mail must be clearly marked and enclosed in an envelope that is identified as coming from an official source. 


ICSolutions Video Visitation Schedule




Wednesdays and Thursdays (6PM – 9:45PM)


Saturday and Sunday (9AM – 4PM)




Monday – Friday (6PM – 9:45PM)


Saturday and Sunday (9AM – 9:45PM)


Visitor Registration

  • REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY – All visitors must register (at no cost) in order to participate in a visitation session with an inmate at this facility.

  • Go to from any internet enabled device to login to your existing account or create a new account.


Visitors Check-In (ON-SITE)

  • All on-site visitors must check in at the booking window with a valid photo ID.


Scheduling Time Period

  • Visits can be scheduled a maximum of 14 days out.


Appointment Intervals

  • There is a 5-minute buffer between visits. Visitors can check in 5 minutes early for their visit. The visit will start on time and finish exactly 20 minutes after the scheduled start time. We do not control this as the system makes the schedule. If the visitor is late, they will not get the full 20-minute visit. All visits are 20 minutes long.


Number of Visits Allowed per Week (ON-SITE VISITORS)

  • Inmates are allotted 2 visits per week.


Number of Visits Allowed per Week (REMOTE VISITORS)

  • Unlimited during the allowed scheduled times.


Time between creating an appointment for visitation and starting the visit

  • 24-hour buffer time.


Visits can be scheduled on the terminal in the Detention Center lobby or online at Any questions regarding video visitation can be found on this website or by phone at (888)646-9437.

Questions or Concerns?

Captain Adam Alvarado



Sergeant Robin Bright



Sergeant Matt Ormseth


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