Apache County Inmate Search


The Apache County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online inmate search database. You can search by name, booking number, or date of birth. 

The database includes information such as the inmate’s name, booking number, charges, and bond amount.

The Apache County Sheriff’s Office also publishes a daily inmate roster. The roster includes similar information to the online inmate search database, but it is not searchable. 

You can view the roster online or in person at the Apache County Jail.

Apache County Inmate Search

How To Search For Apache County Inmate

Apache County Sheriff’s Office Inmate Search is the official and most reliable source for inmate information in Apache County.

The Sheriff’s Office maintains an online inmate search database accessible through their website: https://www.apachecountyaz.gov/Sheriff

Here’s how to use it:

  • Click on the “Inmate Search” link on the homepage.
  • You can search by:
    • Last Name
    • Booking Number
    • Date of Birth
  • Click on “Search.”

You will see the following information:

  • Name
  • Booking Number
  • Charges
  • Bond Amount
  • Booking Photo (sometimes)

Requests by Phone

Apache County Jail (928) 337-4321

Visitation Guidelines and Hours

Visiting a loved one in jail is a special opportunity, but it’s important to remember that it’s a privilege, not a right.

To make sure your visit goes smoothly, here’s a quick rundown of the steps you need to take:

1. Check if the inmate can have visitors: Not everyone in jail can have visitors, especially if they’ve been in trouble. Call the Apache County Jail to confirm if your loved one is eligible.

2. Book your visit: All visits need to be scheduled in advance. You can’t just show up and hope for the best. Call the jail to book a time slot.

3. Get ready for your visit: Make sure you bring a valid government-issued photo ID, like a driver’s license or passport. Dress modestly and avoid wearing anything revealing or too casual.

4. Know the visiting hours: Visiting hours at the jail depend on where the inmate is housed and can change sometimes. Double-check the exact times with the jail staff before you go.

5. Follow the rules: Breaking the rules can get you banned from visiting, so be sure to:

  • Leave all contraband at home: This includes things like weapons, drugs, and even candy.
  • Be respectful to everyone: Treat the jail staff and inmates with courtesy.
  • Bring an adult if you’re under 18: Visitors under 18 need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Don’t mind getting searched: You might be checked when you enter the jail.

Inmate Communications

Can inmates receive calls? No, they can only make calls.

When can they call? Only during certain hours.

How do they pay? Collect calls or with money in their jail account.

Do they listen to the calls? Yes, except for lawyer calls.

How do I contact the jail about calls? Call (928) 337-4321 or 4322.

How long can calls be? Only 15 minutes, so be nice and share!

Can they be mean on the phone? No, or they lose their call privileges.

How can I talk to them directly? You can’t call them, but you can put money in their account so they can call you.

Why are these rules important? They keep things fair and safe for everyone.

Inmate Mail 

1. Use the regular mail. Don’t use FedEx, UPS, or other delivery services.

2. Write the address like this:

[Inmate’s Full Name, Booking Number]
Apache County Jail
370 South Washington St.
St. Johns, AZ 85936

3. Put your full name and address on the envelope so they can write back.

4. Remember:

  • They open and check every letter, except for legal mail from lawyers.
  • Don’t send anything they don’t allow, like:
    • Sexy or naughty stuff
    • Staples or paper clips
    • Polaroid pictures
    • Stamps or envelopes
    • Food or drinks

Sending Money to Inmates 

Easy ways to send money:

  • Online: Use the jail’s website (they usually have a special link for this). There might be a small fee.
  • Money order: Mail it directly to the jail with the inmate’s name and booking number on the memo line.
  • Jail lobby kiosk: If there is one, you can use the machine with cash or a card.

Important things to remember:

  • They will charge a fee no matter how you send the money.
  • Write the inmate’s full name and booking number exactly right, or the money won’t get to them.
  • It might take a few days for the money to show up in their account.
  • Don’t try to send cash or checks in the mail, they won’t accept it.

Location and Contact Details

Official Mailing Address:
Apache County Jail
370 South Washington St.
St. Johns, AZ 85936

Official Phone Numbers:
General Inquiries: (928) 337-4321 or (928) 337-4322

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