Wellton inmate search


The Wellton inmate search refers to the process of looking up individuals who are incarcerated in the Wellton Jail in Arizona.

This search can be conducted online through various websites that provide access to inmate records, court, and arrest records, and sometimes mugshots and judicial reports.

The Wellton Police Department manages the jail roster of individuals currently in custody, and information about visitation hours and contact details can also be found through the inmate search.

Wellton inmate search

Wellton Jail Inmate Search and Prison Information

Postal Code85356
CountyYuma County
Phone Number928-785-4887
TypeCity Jail
Location28618 Oakland Avenue, Wellton, AZ, 85356

How To Search For Wellton Inmate Search

  • For online Camp Verde Inmate Search, go to the official site
  • Here search by name, subject number, booking number, and booking date.
  • Press search button
  • And get inmate data

What Can You Do For Inmate

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

Visitation Rules

1. Plan: You can’t just show up whenever you want. Call 928-785-4887 to schedule a visit during the jail’s allowed hours.

2. ID check: Don’t forget your government-issued ID (like a driver’s license) or you won’t be allowed in.

3. Dress code: Follow the jail’s rules on what you can wear. Think comfy clothes, nothing too fancy or revealing.

4. Leave it at home: You can’t bring anything into the visiting area, not even your phone or purse.

5. Be on your best behavior: Don’t cause any trouble or act up. This is someone’s home, after all.

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

Sending A Mail Or Package

  • Write your name and address clearly on the envelope. They need to know who it’s from!
  • Include the inmate’s full name (the one they’re using in jail), their SPN, and cell block area. Think of it like their jail address.
  • Don’t send anything stinky or sticky: No perfume, makeup, or body fluids (like lipstick) allowed!
  • Keep it PG: No spicy photos or love letters, please.
  • Medicine, money, food, and illegal stuff are a no-go. They won’t get through.

How To Send Money?

  • Money order: Write your name and the inmate’s full name on it. Jail won’t take cash in the mail!
  • Touch Pay Direct: Not sure what this is? Call the jail (928-785-4887) and they’ll explain.

How To Make Phone Calls?

  • Inmates can’t get phone calls, but they can make calls where the receiver pays (collect calls).
  • Some jails also let inmates call landlines and cell phones directly, which is usually cheaper than collecting calls.
  • Be careful what you talk about on the phone, because all calls are recorded and listened to.
  • The jail might block calls to certain numbers for safety reasons, without telling you beforehand.
  • If you have any questions about the phone rules, you can call the jail at 928-785-4887.

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