Phoenix Inmate Search

ARIZONA COUNTY JAIL INMATE SEARCH LOOKUP

Phoenix Inmate Search refers to the process of finding information about individuals who are in custody in Phoenix, Arizona.

This can include details such as the inmate’s name, booking number, charges, and other relevant information.

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and the Arizona Department of Corrections provide online portals for inmate data search, allowing the public to access information about inmates.

Phoenix Inmate Search

How To Search For Phoenix Inmate

Phoenix 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

Property/Money Releases

Getting Your Stuff Back After Jail:

  • When leaving jail, you have to get rid of all your belongings except clothes.
  • You can pick who gets your stuff: lawyer, public defender, probation officer, or someone else.
  • Tell them where to pick it up (they’ll need a valid ID, like a driver’s license).
  • Before moving to prison, fill out a form:
    • Choose: everyone can get your stuff, or only one person.
    • Don’t pick anyone. Your stuff gets thrown away after 30 days.
  • While in jail, you can also get rid of things from your cell. Do it before moving to prison or it’s gone!
  • You can take out all your jail money within 3 days of arriving. After that, you need the boss’s permission.

Bonds & Fines

  • If the inmate has another hold like from immigration or another police department, paying the bond won’t get them released.
  • Call the Sheriff’s office at 602-876-0322 before paying if you have any questions. You’ll need the inmate’s booking number, or their full name and birthday if you don’t have it.
  • Once you pay a bond, you can’t get a refund.
  • If you pay more than $10,000, you’ll need to give your social security number. This is a law.
  • You can pay with cash, cashier’s check, money order, or credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover). There’s a fee for credit card payments, and they can’t be more than $10,000 (including the fee).

Video Visitation Information

Only video visits are allowed: You can’t visit in person right now. You can see your loved one with a video call instead.

You can visit as much as you want: There’s no limit on how many video visits you can do unless there’s a special reason.

It costs money: You have to pay to do a video visit.

Here’s how to set it up:

  1. Create an account on their website: www.gettingout.com
  2. You can visit between 7 am and 9:30 pm every day.
  3. Each visit lasts 30 minutes.

If your account gets suspended:

  • If you get banned from video visits and you think it’s a mistake, you can appeal.
  • Fill out this form within 14 days: [Link to form]
  • Be sure to answer all the questions and fill it out completely.
  • They’ll review your appeal, but it doesn’t mean they’ll let you back in.
  • You can only appeal once per account.

Inmate Mail

All mail goes to one place: You no longer need to know which jail your loved one is in. Send everything to:

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

Only postcards allowed (for now): You can only send standard postcards, no fancy ones. They must be:

  • 3.5 inches by 4.25 inches to 4.25 inches by 6 inches
  • Written in blue or black ink only
  • No labels, stickers, watermarks, stains, perfume, lipstick, etc.
  • No nudity, weapons, crime, or gang stuff

Books, newspapers, and magazines:

  • Must be bought directly from the publisher
  • Books must be soft cover paper only (no hard covers)
  • Limit of 3 books, 5 magazines, and 1 newspaper at a time
  • No violence, crime, or porn allowed

Photos:

  • Up to 5 at a time in an envelope marked “PHOTOS”
  • No bigger than 4 inches by 6 inches
  • Write the inmate’s name and booking number on the back
  • No nudity, weapons, crime, or gang stuff

Community Information & Referral

Need help finding local resources in Arizona?

The Community Information & Referral (CIR) can help! They have a huge database of resources, including:

  • Childcare
  • Jobs
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Emergency shelters
  • And much more!

Here’s how to reach them:

  • Call their 24/7 hotline:
    • 602-263-8856 (Phoenix)
    • 1-800-352-3792 (other Arizona counties)
  • Visit their website: WWW.AZ211.ORG

Here are some other helpful resources:

  • Shelter Hotline: 602-263-8900 (24/7) – can help you find an emergency shelter in Maricopa County.
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: 2035 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004. Open 7 am to 1:30 pm. Phone: 1-800-375-5283.
  • Utility Assistance: Department of Economic Security (DES), 602-542-6600.

Inmate Telephone System

Inmates can only make phone calls, not receive them. A company called GTL manages the calls, and you can call them to set up calling for your loved one.

Inmates can call between 7:30 am and 10:00 pm, though some jails allow 24-hour calling. Calls can be up to 20 minutes long.

If you can’t receive calls from an inmate, it might be because the caller ID number is flagged as spam. You’ll need to unblock the number(s) on your phone:

Jail Locations

4th Avenue Jail

  • Address: 201 S. 4th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
  • Phone: (602) 876-0322
  • Amenities: Account Deposits

Estrella Jail

  • Address: 2939 W. Durango Road, Phoenix, AZ 85009
  • Phone: (602) 876-0322
  • Amenities: Account Deposits

Intake, Transfer, and Release (ITR) Jail

  • Address: 2670 S 28th Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85009
  • Phone: (602) 876-0322
  • Amenities: Account Deposits

Lower Buckeye Jail

  • Address: 3250 W Lower Buckeye Road, Phoenix, AZ 85009
  • Phone: (602) 876-0322
  • Amenities: Account Deposits

Towers Jail

  • Address: 3127 W. Gibson Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85009
  • Phone: (602) 876-0322
  • Amenities: Account Deposits, Transportation HUB

Watkins Jail

  • Address: 2680 South 28th Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85009
  • Phone: (602) 876-0322 (Please incorporate images when they enhance the content.)

County Inmate Search in Arizona

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