Commissary—McDaniel Supply Company provides commissary services to the inmates at J. Reuben Long Detention Center. General population inmates are afforded the opportunity to order items twice weekly from McDaniel Supply. Various hygiene products, clothing items, writing materials and snack foods are available for purchase by those inmates with money in their inmate account. All necessary meals and items are provided to all inmates at our facility and those available through commissary are additional, non-necessary items.
Inmates housed in the maximum security areas of the Detention Center will only have access to hygiene products and writing materials through the commissary.
Commissary orders are processed twice weekly on Monday and Thursday mornings at 7:00 a.m. Orders are delivered on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Inmates can order items if the funds are in their account before the processing time.
Click on the link to deposit funds into an inmate account: McDaniel Supply Company
The Detention Center has a Kiosk located in the front lobby for depositing funds into inmate accounts. A fee of $3.00 is charged for this service. For example, if $10.00 is deposited into an inmate's account, the inmate will actually receive $7.00 in their account.
McDaniel Supply Company, the Detention Center’s commissary vendor, accepts online credit card deposits through their website, McDaniel Supply Company. The person making the deposit can search for an inmate either by their name or inmate account number. Inmate account numbers are obtained by calling the Detention Center at (843) 915-5140. McDaniel Supply charges a service fee based on the amount of the deposit for each Internet deposit. A deposit confirmation is sent to the email address provided at the time of the deposit.
- Western Union wire transfers can be sent to the Detention Center by utilizing a quick collect form. The information required for a Western Union deposit is as follows:
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Inmate’s 7 to 10 digit account number and last name
Inmate’s first and last name
The Detention Center accepts Western Union money orders, US Postal Service money orders and IRS checks sent through US mail. Money orders must be completely filled out with both the inmate and sender’s information. No other brands of money orders are accepted. Personal checks, cashiers checks, and certified checks are not accepted. Money orders and checks that do not meet the facility’s standards are returned to the sender. Absolutely no cash is accepted through US mail for an inmate’s account.
Any cash that is received through the mail is confiscated as contraband and is forwarded to the Horry County Treasurer’s Office at the end of each fiscal year.