Oneida County Jail staff will accept cash, cashier's checks, or money orders only for an inmate
account via mail. All money received via mail will be placed in the inmate's commissary account.
Family and friends can place money on an inmate's account by credit card at
All funds received via mail for deposit into an inmate’s account must be addressed to the Finance Technician. Personal correspondence for the inmate may not accompany the funds. Funds can be deposited to an inmate’s account by utilizing inmatecanteen.com or via mail addressed to:
Oneida County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Finance Technician
2000 East Winnebago Street
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Cash or credit card deposits may be made at the TurnKey kiosk in the vestibule of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. Family and friends my access the TurnKey kiosk 24 hours a day for posting commissary or bond money. Instructions for use are available on the TurnKey kiosk. Prior to posting a bond, the person will need to contact the Oneida County Jail, using the phone lobby, to ensure the bond has been properly entered.
Personal correspondence for inmates is accepted if correspondence is received with a full name and return address. Any questions can be directed to the Oneida County Jail Captain.
2000 E. Winnebago St.
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Family and friends may purchase commissary for the inmate and/or place an order for the inmate by using www.inmatecanteen.com If an item is not available, inmate will receive the adjustment on their commissary account, not the person placing the order.
Electronic communication through www.inmatecanteen.com can be set up by family and friends to stay in touch with inmate, by using the email system or text message system. Electronic messaging will be monitored and can be eliminated if deemed by Oneida County Jail staff that it creates an unsafe environment and/or is found to obstruct court ordered no contact, and criminal charges may be filed.
Public Visitation Public visitation can be held on a kiosk located in the vestibule of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office or at home via the internet at www.inmatecanteen.com Visitors will need to set up an account at www.inmatecanteen.com and need to be pre-approved prior to a visit taking place. The kiosks in the vestibule of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office are available seven (7) days a week and visitation hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Visits are to be 20 minutes in length. Visitation via the internet follows the same rules as visitation via a kiosk in vestibule. Money may be deposited in the TurnKey kiosk located in the vestibule of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office or via the internet at www.inmatecanteen.com . The kiosk in the vestibule at the Oneida County Sheriff's Office is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
All visitors must be at least 18 years of age or visiting with an adult.
Under no circumstances shall a person who is under a no contact order be allowed to visit via video visitation. If this occurs, criminal charges may be filed. Inappropriate actions or nudity will not be permitted and will result in the visitor being denied use of the video visitation system indefinitely and could lead to criminal charges.
*Please note that anyone housed for Dane County at a different facility MUST be taken back to the Dane County Jail prior to release*
Family and friends may access the TurnKey kiosk 24 hours a day for posting commissary or bond money. Instructions for use are available on the TurnKey kiosk. Prior to posting a bond, the person will need to contact the Oneida County Jail, using the phone lobby, to ensure the bond has been properly entered.