Bond someone out
Bonds can be posted 24 hours a day. To find out what type of bond the inmate has you can look them up at http://larimer.org/sheriff/inmate/.
Cash can only be accepted online at https://tponlinepay.com/portal/, over the phone (1-866-232-1899) or on the kiosk in the jail lobby. Jail staff does not accept cash, but will accept cashier's checks made out to the "Court Clerk" for cash bonds. Money orders are no longer accepted.
Surety bonds are business transactions between you and a bonding agent. Jail staff cannot recommend any individual bonding agent. A list from the telephone directory is posted in the lobby of the jail for your convenience. Information on bonding agents can also be found online through various sources.
Property bonds are completed at the courthouse. The only type of collateral accepted for this bond type is real estate. The court will not accept automobiles, RVs, ATVs, or any other type of property. Contact the courthouse for property bonds.
Personal Recognizance bonds are bond types where the inmate can sign themselves out without any collateral.
Personal Recognizance with Co-Obligator bond (PR/CO) is when another individual is required to sign on the bond with the inmate. No collateral is necessary upon signing the bond, however if the inmate fails to appear you will be financially responsible for the amount indicated on the bond. These bonds must be completed in person at the jail.
During busy times, it may take several hours for an inmate to be processed and released.
Turning Yourself In
When planning to turn yourself in for an active warrant or sentence, you can help ensure a smooth process by adhering to the following tips:
- Arrive at the jail sober
- Bring a government issued ID
- Bring any applicable court documents
- Bring cash for bonding or commissary
- All medications must be in their original container
- Bring eye glasses or contacts
- Minimize all other property items
- Outside books and electronic devices are not allowed
- Tobacco products are not allowed and will be destroyed upon incoming
Victims can choose to be notified upon the release or transfer of an inmate. The jail uses a service called VINE which can be accessed at https://www.vinelink.com
The Larimer County Jail utilizes Inmate Calling Solutions (ICS) (http://www.icsolutions.com/) to manage inmate phones. Inmates have the option to purchase phone cards through our commissary program with the money from their inmate account. Frequently Asked Questions.
Money deposits are accepted online at https://tponlinepay.com/portal/, over the phone (1-866-232-1899), or on the kiosk in the jail lobby.
Pay My Jailer
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office has entered into a contract with Advent Financial Services (http://www.adventfs.com/pay-my-jailer/), also known as Pay My Jailer, to collect outstanding inmate debt. Once the debt has been transferred to Advent Financial Services, the jail cannot process your payment. You can send in the FULL amount in form of a money order, along with the deposit slip provided at the time of release, to the following address: Advent Financial Systems, ATTN: Larimer County Jail, PO Box 6333, Elizabethtown, KY 42702-6333. Credit card payments can be made by calling 1-866-494-3556. An additional processing fee will be charged for credit card transactions. If you are unable to pay the full amount by the due date, please call 1-866-494-8556 to discuss other payment arrangements. You must call prior to your due date in order to be eligible for a payment plan.