Navajo County Inmate Search


Navajo County Inmate Search is a tool that allows users to search for inmates housed in the Navajo County Detention Center in Arizona.

The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office provides an online portal where users can search for inmates by their first and last names. 

Inmates housed in the Navajo County Detention Center are classified according to their risk to the public, the risk to the facility, program needs, medical needs, and/or security needs. 

The Navajo County Inmate Search portal provides information about the current inmate housing report. 

Navajo County Inmate Search

Inmate Search and Prison Roster

  1. Go to the Navajo County Inmate Search website.
  2. Type in the person’s first and last name.
  3. If you know their birthday or booking number, add that too.
  4. Click Search.
  5. Check the list for the person you’re looking for. Click their name to see more details.


  • Use the full name and correct spelling for better results.
  • Try different spellings if you’re not sure.
  • If you can’t find someone, call the jail at (928) 524-4450.
  • The website might not have info on recent arrests yet, so check back later.

What you’ll find:

  • Booking number: A unique ID for each inmate.
  • Full name: First and last name.
  • Birthday: When they were born.
  • Release date: When they’re supposed to get out.
  • Charges: Why they were arrested.

Visitation Guidelines and Hours

Before you go:

  • Look them up online: Go to the Navajo County Inmate Visitation website and find the person you want to see using their name or booking number.
  • Check visiting hours: Different housing units have different times, so make sure you know when you can go.
  • Get on the list: If you’re not already on the approved visitor list, call the jail to make sure you can go.
  • Be on time: Get there at least 15 minutes early to check-in, or you might miss your visit.

Rules to remember:

  • Bring ID: Everyone needs a valid government-issued photo ID to visit.
  • Bring a grown-up: Visitors under 18 must have an adult with them.
  • Be good: No yelling, arguing, or troublemaking. If you don’t follow the rules, your visit might end early.
  • Leave it at home: Don’t bring anything illegal or dangerous, like drugs, weapons, phones, or cameras.
  • Dress decently: No revealing or inappropriate clothing allowed.

Inmate Communications

Making calls out:

  • Collect calls: Inmates can call you, and you pay the bill. But be warned, not all phone companies accept these calls.
  • Prepaid calls: Buy minutes online or over the phone, and the inmate can call until the minutes run out.

Important things to know:

  • No calls in The jail doesn’t let inmates receive calls for security reasons.
  • Big Brother is listening: All calls are recorded, except for lawyer talks.
  • One number to rule them all: Call (928) 524-4450 for info about inmates, visits, or rules. Don’t try to call the inmate directly.
  • Be nice to the phone: Misuse can get you banned from calling.

Inmate Mail

  1. Write the address correctly:
    • Inmate’s full name and booking number
    • Navajo County Jail
    • P.O. Box 668
    • Holbrook, AZ 86025
  2. Follow the rules:
    • No bad stuff like weapons, drugs, or anything naughty.
    • Letters, postcards, and photos up to 4″x 6″ are okay (no naked stuff!).
    • No packages or cash/checks (use special ways to send money).
  3. Use regular mail: Fancy couriers don’t work here.

Sending Money to Inmates

Choose your method:

  • Mail a money order: Write the inmate’s full name and booking number on it, and send it to the jail’s address.
  • Use the website: Go to the jail’s website and click on the link for “commissary.” There, you can use a special service to send money online (beware, they might charge a fee).
  • Pay at the jail: Visit the jail and use the machine in the lobby. It takes cash and credit/debit cards.

Important things to remember:

  • No cash or checks in the mail! Only money orders work.
  • Write clearly: Use the inmate’s full name and booking number on everything.
  • Money orders only for the jail: Make them payable to “Navajo County Jail” and note the inmate’s name in the memo line.
  • Lost mail is your responsibility: The jail can’t help if a money order gets lost in the mail.
  • Spending limits: There’s a weekly limit on how much inmates can spend. The extra money you send will be saved for later.
  • The jail says no: Sometimes, the jail might not accept your money for any reason.

Location and Contact Details

Official Mailing Address

Navajo County Jail
P.O. Box 668
Holbrook, AZ 86025

Official Phone Number

The main phone number for the Navajo County Jail is (928) 524-4450.

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