Quartzsite Inmate Search


The Quartzsite City Jail in Arizona provides an Inmate Search service through its official website. 

If you are looking to find an inmate in the Quartzsite City Jail, you can follow the steps outlined on the official website of the Quartzsite Police Department or use the inmate search services provided by the mentioned platforms.

Quartzsite Inmate Search

Quartzsite City Jail Prison Information

Jail NameQuartzsite City Jail
Jail TypeCity Jail
Location305 North Plymouth Avenue PO Box 2812, Quartzsite, AZ, 85346
Contact Numbers928-927-4644
Postal Code85346
CountyLa Paz County

How to Do an Inmate Search

Just call the City Clerk of Court’s office at 928-927-4644. They can tell you:

  • If the person is still in jail
  • Their case number and bail information (if they can be bailed out)
  • Their next court date

This information can be helpful if you want to:

  • Post bail for them
  • Get updates on their case
  • Just stay informed

What Can You Do For Inmate

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

Sending A Mail Or Package

  • Write it plainly: Jail staff opens all mail, so keep it clean and avoid any perfume, makeup, or body fluids (including lipstick).
  • Label it clearly: On the envelope, write your full name and address, along with the inmate’s full name (as they’re registered in jail), their SPN & cell block area.
  • No gifts, please: Don’t send photos, food, money, medicine, or anything else on the “no-go” list
  • Unsure? Ask them: If you’re not sure about something, call the jail directly at 928-927-4644. They’re happy to answer any questions!

Sending Money

If someone is in Quartzsite City Jail, they might need money for things like snacks or paying off debts.

The easiest way to give them money is to go to the jail’s front office and give the money to the officer there. They’ll handle getting it to the person you care about.

How To Make Phone Calls?

Calling someone in Quartzsite City Jail? Here’s what you need to know:

  • They can’t receive your call directly. Instead, they can make collect calls where you pay for the call. Some jails also let them call landlines and cell phones directly, which might be cheaper.
  • Be careful what you say. All calls are recorded and monitored.
  • The jail might block certain numbers. They don’t have to tell you why.


  • To find out the latest rules, call the jail at 928-927-4644.
  • If you’re not sure whether a call will go through, try emailing instead.

Visitation Rules

1. Plan: Don’t just show up! You need to schedule a visit during the jail’s visiting hours. Check their website or call 928-927-4644 for more details.

2. Dress appropriately: No tank tops, shorts, or revealing clothes. Think “clean and casual.”

3. Leave your stuff at home: You can’t bring anything into the visiting area, not even phones or food.

4. Bring your ID: You won’t be allowed in without a valid government-issued ID.

5. Follow the rules: If you break any of the jail’s rules, your visit could be cut short or you might not be able to visit again.

Visiting Hours

Monday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

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