Maricopa Inmate Search

ARIZONA COUNTY JAIL INMATE SEARCH LOOKUP

Maricopa Inmate Search is a tool provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) to locate inmates currently housed in any of the MCSO detention facilities. You can search for inmates by their booking number, first name, last name, or date of birth.

The search results will provide you with the inmate’s name, booking number, booking date, arresting agency, arrest date/time, facility, floor, house, pod, cell, and bed.

You can also view the inmate’s charge information, holds information, sentence information, and summary information.

Maricopa Inmate Search

How To Search For Maricopa Inmate

  • First of all, visit the official site for Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Inmate Search
Maricopa 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 MCSO inmate data

How to Place Money on the Books of an Inmate

  • TouchPay kiosks: These machines take cash and credit/debit cards. Money usually shows up in the inmate’s account within 1 hour, but there’s a fee.
  • Phone: Call 1-866-355-9593 to deposit the phone.
  • Internet: Go to http://www.maricopatouchpaydirect.net/ to deposit online.
  • Stores: Visit https://www.gtlfsonlinepay.com/portal/ to find stores where you can make cash deposits.

Bonds & Fines

Where: Bond & Fine room, northwest corner of the building.

How long for release? Up to 24 hours after bond is paid.

IMPORTANT: Bond doesn’t mean instant release if:

  • Immigration hold exists.
  • Another law enforcement hold exists.

Questions? Call: Sheriff’s Information at 602-876-0322 (mention booking number if known).

No refunds after the bond is paid.

What you can pay with:

  • Cash
  • Cashier’s check
  • US Postal money order
  • Western Union money order
  • Credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) – Fees apply! – Must be under $10,000 (including fees).

All payments must be made to: the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.

A social security number is needed for transactions over $10,000. (IRS requirement – no number, no transaction.)

Video Visitation Information

Only video visits from home are allowed right now. No in-person visits at the jail.

You can visit as much as you’d like unless there’s a special reason why not.

Video visits cost money.

To set up a video visit:

  • Create an account at www.gettingout.com
  • Visit between 7 am and 9:30 pm.
  • Each visit lasts 30 minutes.

If your account gets suspended for breaking the rules:

  • You can appeal within 14 days by filling out this form: [link to form]
  • Make sure you fill out the whole form completely.
  • Someone else will review your appeal and decide if your account should be unsuspended.

Inmate Mail

It’s all about postcards now:

  • Write to your inmate using a plain, standard postcard (3.5 x 4.25 inches to 4.25 x 6 inches).
  • Use blue or black ink only. No fancy stuff like stickers, glitter, or perfume.
  • Address it like this:

Inmate Name and Booking Number
Lower Buckeye Jail
3250 West Lower Buckeye Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85009

Books, newspapers, and magazines:

  • Sorry, you can’t send these directly. Your inmate has to order them from a publisher.
  • They can only have 3 books, 5 magazines, and 1 newspaper at a time. No naughty stuff allowed!

Photos:

  • Up to 5 photos at a time is okay, but they can’t be bigger than 4 x 6 inches.
  • Write your inmate’s name and booking number on the back. No drawing or fancy edits.
  • No nakedness, weapons, crime, or gang stuff.

Important things to remember:

  • All mail goes to the Lower Buckeye Jail now, no matter where your inmate is housed.
  • If you send something wrong, your inmate won’t get it and you’ll get a notice.

Telephone Calls for Inmates

Here’s the gist:

  • Inmates use special phones to call out, but can’t get calls.
  • Calls are handled by GTL.
  • Calls happen between 7:30 am and 10 pm, maybe 24/7 in some places.
  • Calls last 20 minutes max.

If you can’t receive inmate calls:

  • Your phone likely flagged GTL’s numbers (480-448-2204 or 480-409-2926) as spam.

Outgoing Calls

  • All calls inmates make are recorded and listened to.
  • They can call pretty much anywhere in the world, except a few countries.
  • In the US and Canada, they can call people who have special accounts set up.
  • They can also buy calling cards from the jail store to call anywhere.
  • No three-way calls are allowed!

Billing

Two easy ways to pay for your calls:

  1. Collect: When you make a call, the person you call pays. Just set up an account with GTL first!
  2. Prepaid: Pay for your calls in advance, like topping up your phone. Again, you’ll need a GTL account.

How to set up your account:

  • Call 1-877-650-4249.
  • Visit GTL’s website: web.connectnetwork.com.

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