Yavapai County Inmates

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About

Under the supervision of Sheriff Scott Mascher, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is committed to enforcing the laws and ordinances of Yavapai County, while preventing crime and preserving peace. The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to enhancing public safety, while decreasing crime. The Patrol Bureau is divided into three command areas: Northern, Eastern and Southern. With three command areas and numerous command offices throughout Yavapai County, there are also two detention facilities. The Yavapai County detention centers, the Northern Detention Bureau in Prescott and the Eastern Detention Bureau in Camp Verde, offer an online inmate information search center, as well as sex offender updates and the Silent Witness Program. Each Yavapai County jail offers a safe and secure environment for inmates, visitors, citizens and jail employees.

Questions

We work to keep this information up to date and useful. If you have any corrections, please let us know.
How do I find out if someone I know is still in jail?

Currently there is only one facility servicing the county; the Eastern Detention Bureau located in Camp Verde. You can call the facility at (928) 567-7734 and talk with a live person 24 hours a day. Ask for the inmate by name and they will look it up.

How can I find more information about a court case for an arrest in Yavapai County?

If you want to follow the individuals court progress for this arrest, these records are available on this public site:
http://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/
It contains current court records for most of the courts in Arizona. You can look up an individual by name and find the case related to the arrest.

Can I call an inmate?

Inmates can not receive incoming phone calls or messages except in verified emergency situations. Inmates can make outgoing collect or prepaid calls.

How can I visit an inmate?

Inmates are limited to four 20 minute visits per week (2 people max per visit). Visiting guidelines and schedules are here.

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