Willcox Inmate Search


Willcox Inmate Search allows you to find information about inmates in the Willcox, AZ area. You can use the Willcox Facility Online Search tool to look for an inmate using their name, inmate ID, or other identifying information. 

Additionally, the Cochise County Willcox Jail provides access to all Cochise County offenders’ records, including those at the Willcox Jail. 

The Pima County Adult Detention Center also offers an inmate lookup service to locate current inmates being held in the Pima County area. 

These resources can help you find the information you need about inmates in the Willcox, AZ area.

Willcox Inmate Search

Willcox Inmate Search General Information

Jail TypeCounty Jail
Address450 South Haskell Avenue, Willcox, AZ, 85643
Contact Number520-384-7050
Zip/Postal Code85643
CountyCochise County

Steps For Searching For An Inmate

  1. Head to the police department’s website.
  2. Find the “Inmate Search” or “Jail Roster” section. It might be hidden under “Arrests” or “Records.”
  3. Enter what you know about the person. Try their last name, first name, or booking number.
  4. Feeling fancy? Use the advanced search! Some websites let you search by birth date, release date, or even charges.
  5. See what pops up! If you don’t find the person, double-check you spelled everything right. Sometimes it takes a while for info to show up online.

Information Available on the Jail Roster

  • Booking Number
  • Last Name
  • First Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Release Date
  • Criminal Charges

Recent Arrests


  • Police website: Check the “Recent Arrests” section on the Willcox Police Department website. They should update it regularly with names and details.
  • Local news: News websites and broadcasts often report major arrests. Check online or tune in to stay informed.


  • Automated line: Some police departments have a 24/7 automated line where you can enter details and get arrest info.


  • Police station: Head to the station and ask at the front desk. Not the usual route, but it can work!

Additional details:

  • Booking process: After arrest, people go through a booking process where details are collected. This info usually becomes available later.
  • Bail hearing: Within 48 hours, a hearing decides if bail is possible and how much. This info might also be available online or at the station.

Important rights:

  • Attorney: Anyone arrested has the right to an attorney, even if they can’t afford one. A public defender will be provided.
  • Silence: People also have the right to remain silent during questioning to avoid saying things that could hurt them.

Willcox Warrant Lookup

1. Online Detective:

  • Warrant Database: Check the Willcox Police Department’s website. Many departments have online “Warrant Lookup” or “Active Warrants” sections where you can search by name.

2. Phone a Friend (the Police):

  • Non-Emergency Line: Call the Willcox Police Department’s non-emergency number and explain your situation. Be clear and provide details about the person you’re looking for.

3. In-Person Inquiry:

  • Police Station Visit: Head to the Willcox Police Station and ask at the front desk. Bring a valid ID and be prepared to explain why you’re seeking warrant information.

4. Courtroom Clues:

  • Court Clerk’s Office: The court that issues warrants in Willcox might have information on active ones. Try calling or visiting the clerk’s office for assistance. ️

5. Lawyer Up:

  • Legal Counsel: If you think you might have a warrant, talk to a lawyer. They can discreetly inquire on your behalf and advise you on your next steps.

Sending Money

  1. Mail them a money order, check, or cash. Just write the inmate’s ID and full name on the back. Easy!
  2. Visit them and add money in person. Go to the jail office and make a deposit directly to their account.

Sending a Package / Mail

Address: Write the inmate’s name and ID number on the envelope or package, then send it to:

Inmate Name, Inmate ID, 450 South Haskell Avenue, Willcox, AZ 85643

What you can send: Not everything is allowed! Check with the jail (520-384-7050) for a list of approved items before sending anything.

Packages: Need a thumbs-up from the jail first! Contact the staff to get permission before sending a package.

Phone calls

  • Call anytime between 7 AM and 7:30 PM, but be quick! During busy times, calls get cut short to 10 minutes.
  • You’ll pay for the call. So make sure you’re okay with picking up the tab!
  • Only people on the inmate’s approved list can take calls. You won’t be able to chat if you’re not on the list.
  • Calls last 30 minutes max. Plenty of time to catch up!


Planning Your Visit:

  • Call to Schedule: Most jails need you to book visits in advance. Just call the jail and they’ll guide you through it.
  • Online Booking: Some fancy jails even have online scheduling systems. Check their website to see if yours does.

Identification Essentials:

  • Pack Your ID: Bring a valid government-issued ID like your driver’s license or passport. They won’t let you in without it!
  • Background Check: Some jails might do a quick background check, especially for close contact visits. Nothing to worry about unless you’re a supervillain.

Dress Code Do’s and Don’ts:

  • Dress Decent: Avoid revealing clothes, gang colors, or anything offensive. Think comfy and casual.
  • Leave the Baggage: Phones, bags, and electronics stay in your car or lockers provided. You don’t need them anyway!

Be on Your Best Behavior:

  • Keep it Calm: No yelling, arguing, or causing trouble. Remember, you’re there for a visit, not a brawl.
  • Follow the Rules: Each jail has specific rules for visits. Respect them and you’ll have a pleasant time.

Contact or No Contact?

  • Close Encounters: Some visits allow hugs and handshakes, while others keep things at a distance. Check with the jail to see what type of visit you have.
  • Bringing the Kiddos: If you’re bringing children, they must be supervised by an adult at all times. No solo adventures for the little ones!

Visiting Hours:

  • Weekday Visits: Most jails allow visits from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on weekdays.
  • Weekend Fun: Weekends might have shorter hours, like 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
  • Holiday Hustle: Holidays may have special hours or even no visits. Check with the jail beforehand to avoid disappointment.

Location and Contact Details

Official Address

320 W Rex Allen Dr, Willcox, AZ 85643, United States

Official Phone Number


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