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Yuma County Adult Detention Center Inmate Search

Yuma County Jail

Yuma County Detention Bureau

STATE COUNTY BEDS
Arizona Yuma 550
PHYSICAL ADDRESS
200 West Court Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
INMATE MAIL
Inmate's Full Name, Inmate's Jacket Number (inmate's are only allowed 'metered' postcards. (NO ENVELOPES)
Yuma County Adult Detention Center
200 West Court Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
FAX NUMBERS
Sheriff: 928-539-9140


To locate an inmate in the Yuma County Detention Center call 928-782-9871.

Select the option for Admitting'.

You will need to provide the Admitting Clerk with the person’s full name and date of birth, if known.

The Admitting Clerk will also be able to tell you the inmate's bond, charges, jacket number (which you need to send mail) and court date.

Bond can be paid at the court of record; the town or city in which they were arrested.

You can either pay a cash bond (exact amount) or use the services of a bail bondsman.

Inmates are eligible for visitation beginning 72 hours after they are booked into jail.

Visitation is by appointment only. 
Visits must be scheduled at least one day in advance by calling 928-782-7841 between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

Inmates can call you by making collect calls or they can purchase prepaid calling cards from Commissary.

 

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Comments 7

  1. juan padilla Tue, May 24 2011 4:36 PM

    yuma arizona sucks ah dick in your moms ass

  2. amy Fri, Jan 20 2012 9:13 AM

    I think there is something wrong with your web site. It does not let you conduct anytype of search for an inmate.

  3. Megan Mon, Jan 23 2012 2:44 PM

    Yuma County is a sorry excuse for an american judicial branch. They have no idea how to conduct a lawful trial and the judges are all decieving liars who do what they want whether it is right or not. They are dirty pigs who would choose someone who is not an american citizen over someone who has fought for their precious country for an extended amount of time. It is sad how the Yuma county carries out their laws. Rethink what you are doing and reanalyze what you think is lawful. Just because someone has a pretty face does not mean she is innocent. Stop taking sexual bribes and do your job like you were voted in that position to do. I am very upset with the circumstances in which a man has been placed in jail for a long period of time. He is innocent. The bitch should be the one in jail, not the man.

  4. Admin Thu, Mar 29 2012 4:52 PM

    Regarding Yuma County Jail Inmate Searches. Yuma is one of the few counties that offers no search other than using the state offender search or calling them at Tel: (928) 782-9871.

  5. pretty girl Thu, Apr 04 2013 4:54 PM

    I hope a lot has changed since I was in jail there some 10 yrs ago or so I was incarcerated about 8 months and during that 8 months I had sexual relations with 2 male officers individually on several seperate occasions over the entire course of my incarceration I was pretty smug about it since I got special treatment and privileges including cigarettes drugs and booze now I realize I was no better than a jailhouse hooker and these men took advantage of their positions of authority

  6. Tina Sun, May 05 2013 3:17 AM

    Wow! Yuma sounds a lot like Henderson NV however they don't have sex with you they just shoot you,These fools even shot the ice cream lady who was in her late 50s earlie to mid 60s.I was really hopeing there wasn't another town as bad as Hendersons police department. God help us all.

  7. Julie Layman Mon, May 06 2013 4:21 AM

    My son just went to the cocopa unit yuma I dont know how to get calls they said I have to pay 25.00 for a b ground check even on calls and warden has to approve grrrrrr.I dont know how to get money on his books fast either .Helppppppppppp.Jewels54inaz@gmail.com

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