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STATE COUNTY BEDS
Arizona Pima 2500
PHYSICAL ADDRESS
1270 W. Silverlake Road
Tucson, AZ 85713
FAX
(520) 351-8106
 

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  1. Beverly Wed, May 02 2012 1:12 AM

    Im looking for an inmate name tionis kiniol...please help me find him...i wanted to visit him.

  2. danny romero Wed, Nov 28 2012 3:46 PM

    i'm looking for a kenneth schultz to see how much time he'll have to do

  3. sharon joseph Sat, Jan 19 2013 12:03 PM

    I paid bond and inmate is not release was bond was postedon friday @1pmi for shaun mcgallon need. To know what is holding up his release

  4. manuel hdez Tue, Feb 12 2013 7:00 PM

    i looking for an inmate name jesus francisco rivero lopez please help me find him

  5. Matthew Mon, May 13 2013 10:51 PM

    LOL. I'm sure these people are glad you're putting their names all over the web. Dumb asses.....

  6. az2epgurl Mon, Jun 03 2013 11:56 PM

    What is going on in the jail when an inmate can get roughed up be a C.O.? How do I find out what is happening to my family member and how do we resolve this situation with the inmate having a chance to be heard?

  7. christina ross Fri, Jul 19 2013 3:51 AM

    It s been real tough for me Just going thru this whole process has been so crazy My fiance was arrested and i can t even see him in jail because of the order of protection

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Visiting an Inmate in the Pima County Main Jail in Arizona

Having a friend or loved one behind bars is never an easy thing, but you can make their time go by faster and brighten up their days by paying them a visit. The Pima County Main Jail makes it easy to see you're inmate by having a simple set of rules that are relatively easy to follow. Inmates are allowed to have visits from family or friends AFTER they make their first court appearance and they've been placed in a permanent housing unit.

Visiting Rules

Inmates are allowed 4 people per visit, including children
Inmates can have visitors only once a week, and only 30 minutes per visit.
Visitors must have a photo ID of some type that includes a photo, date of birth, and current address.
Visits are scheduled on a first come, first serve bases.
Scheduled visits take priority over walk in visits
All visits will be conduced via video. No physical contact is allowed
Arrive at least 15 minutes before scheduled visitation time
Being late by 15 minutes or more will have the visit cancelled

Visiting Hours

Monday through Friday: 7:30am - 9:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 7:30am - 2:15pm

Although that may seem like a lot of rules, it is necessary to ensure the safety of the jail's staff, as well as visitors, when they come visit their inmates. Keep in mind that all visits to the jail are subject to unforseen events where a lock-down may occur and other situations which may postpone or cancel all visitation. Also, inmates who are on a pre-disciplinary status will not be allowed to have any visitors.

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How to use the Inmate Search for Pima County Main Jail in Arizona

Having a friend or loved one in jail is never an easy thing, but with the recent rise in the internet and technology, keeping in touch with an inmate has gotten a lot easier. Nowadays, all the information you could ask is literally one click away, and some inmates even have the ability to email their friends and family. First things first though, how to you find out where the person you seek is located? For the Pima County jail system this is actually a very simple process that almost anyone can complete without tearing all the hair on their head out.

[Article_Ad_2]For information on inmates housed in the Pima County-Ajo Detention center, the first thing you would have to do to track someone down is visit the website associated with the jail. Once there, you will see a wide range of different categories that include Inmate Search, Jail Contact, Inmate Services, The Hunted, The Bad, and more. We will be focusing on the category labeled Inmate Search. Clicking on the link labeled "County Jail Inmate List" will give the full list of every person currently housed in the Pima County Main Jail, organized alphabetically by their last names. So if you're looking for person named Johnson, it would be quicker to scroll down to the J's and start from there. But even that could become a bit tedious to do, so the Pima County jail system made an easier way.

You can also look for an inmate in this jail system by clicking the link labeled "County Jail Inmate Search," located right underneath the "County Jail Inmate List" link in the Inmate Search category. What this allows you to do is skip the long list entirely and instead allows you to find who you're looking for by clicking on the letter that corresponds to the first letter of the inmate's last name. Keep in mind though, the information contained in said roster is only for people still in custody of the Pima County Adult Detention Center.

Looking up information on inmates housed in Pima County Main Jail is just as easy. The Main Jail is apart of the Pima County jail system, so they use the same format when it comes to searching for people housed there. With 2500 beds, the Pima County Main Jail will have a longer list of people to comb through, but do not let that deter you from searching. You can click on the link labeled "County Jail Inmate List" to see a complete list of every inmate currently housed at the Main Jail, organized alphabetically by their last name as well. Clicking on the link labeled "County Jail Inmate Search" will also allow you to search through inmates jailed at the Main Jail by clicking on the letter that corresponds to the first letter of the inmate's last name. Simple enough.

If you happen to have someone you know in the Pima County Mission Facility, then you can breath a small sigh of relief, because looking up an inmate is just as easy. Visiting the "County Jail Inmate List" will give you a full list of all the people currently housed at the facility, and with only 500 beds, you won't have a lot of names to look through. This list also tell you the bond amount for each inmate, as well as home many charges they have against them. The "County Jail Inmate Search" gives you the same list, only organized by the the letter that corresponds to the first letter of the inmate's last name. You can also get information on bond amount, and how many charges the inmate has against them through this link. Having a loved one in jail is never easy, but now it's easier than ever to reach them.

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Communicating with an Inmate Housed at the Pima County Main Jail in Arizona

It's never easy having a friend or loved one stuck behind bars, but with the recent rise in technology, it is easier to reach out and get in contact with them. The Pima County Main Jail helps inmates keep in contact with their people outside by giving them the option to use regular mailing services, inmate voice mail, email, and phone calls as well.

Mail

One of the easiest and often used method of communication for people in jail is a regular letter. Although Pima County Main Jail has it's own set of rules when it comes to their mailing services, they're very easy and simple to follow. First and foremost, in order to make sure the letter reaches the intended party, you will need the following information:

Inmate's Name
Pod Location
Booking Number
P.O. Box 951
Tucson, Arizona 85702

From there you will have to follow these posting guidelines to make sure the letter is received:

Postal services at Pima County Main Jail are only from Monday through Friday. Mail does not get delivered during holidays
Inmates are allowed to order magazines, newspapers, soft cover books, etc., as long as they come directly from the publisher or a widely accepted distributor
Any mail sent could be subject to a search. The Main Jail does not read any mail unless it's in the course of an investigation.
Letters to inmates can only be sent in pre-printed/pre-stamped postage envelopes or metered postage.
Inmates must have permission in order to receive a package, and that must be obtained 5 days before the package is mailed out.
Any money sent via U.S. bank checks or money orders will be taken out and deposited into the inmate's account.

Inmate Voice Mail

This is a rather cool service that Pima County Main Jail offers families of jailed inmates. With the inmate voicemail friends and family members alike can dial into the voicemail system, enter the identification number assigned to the inmate by CSA, and then leave a brief message. From there, the jailed person can listen to the messages anytime they are allowed access to the telephones. Leaving a voicemail is extremely easy as well. All you have to do is:

Call Customer Service of America (CSA) at 1-(800) 849-6081 (24-hour service)
Use a MasterCard, Visa, cashier’s check or MO to set up a prepaid account
Obtain a Voice Mail Identification number from the company
Call away

Email

Another neat feature offered by the Pima County Main Jail is an Electronic Message Exchange system. This feature allow family and friends to exchange messages with inmates at near real time. The message you create on the Electronic Message Exchange website will be sent to the desired inmate electronically utilizing a printing device within the inmate’s facility, helping you save both time and money.

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