El Mirage Inmate Search


To find someone who is in the El Mirage Jail in Arizona, you can visit the El Mirage Police Department’s website or call them to ask where the person has been taken. You can also use online inmate search tools to find this information.

Keep in mind that inmates in most jails can only make collect calls, and they can’t receive incoming calls. If you need to leave a message for an inmate, the staff will only take it if it’s an emergency.

El Mirage Inmate Search

El Mirage Inmate Search General Information

Jail NameEl Mirage Jail
Jail TypeCity Jail
Address14405 Palm Street PO Box 26, El Mirage, AZ, 85335
Contact Number623-433-9500
CityEl Mirage
Zip/Postal Code85335
CountyMaricopa County
Inmate Searchhttps://www.mcso.org/i-want-to/test-lookup-tools

How To Search For El Mirage Inmate

El Mirage Inmate Search
  • Now here you have to enter the Booking Number or First NameLast Name, and Date of Birth
  • Clear the captcha
  • Press search button
  • Now if you enter the details correctly you will be able to see the inmate data

What Can You Do For Inmate

  • Send inmates mail
  • Deposit money into their inmate trust account
  • Receive calls from them
  • Visit them

Sending Money

  1. Send them a money order, check, or cash: Write the inmate’s full name and ID number on the back of the money order or check before sending it.
  2. Visit them and add money directly: If you visit the inmate, you can add money to their account right there at the jail’s administrative office.

Sending a Package / Mail

  1. Write a letter or pack a box (package).
  2. Address it like this:
    • Write the inmate’s full name
    • Include their inmate ID number
    • Use this address: 14405 Palm Street PO Box 26, El Mirage, AZ, 85335

Important things to remember:

  • Only send things on the approved list. Not sure what’s allowed? Call the jail at 623-433-9500 to ask.
  • Packages need special permission first. Call the jail staff before sending anything big.

Phone calls

  • Who can they call? Only people on their approved list, like family or friends.
  • When can they call? Between 7:00 AM and 7:30 PM, but not during rushes.
  • How long can they talk? Up to 30 minutes at normal times, but only 10 minutes during rushes.
  • Who pays? The person outside picks up the bill for the call.


Visitation Rules

Get on the List: Before popping over, make sure you’re on the prison’s approved visitor list.

2. Follow the Rules: Remember, you can’t visit if you:

  • have a past criminal record (felony), or
  • don’t have a valid government ID (like a driver’s license).

3. Bring a Guardian for Kids: If you’re bringing little ones under 16, they need a grown-up with them (like a parent or uncle).

Visitation Hours

DayVisiting Hours
Monday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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