The Pima County Sheriff's Office strives to uphold and enforce public safety for Pima County residents by utilizing advanced strategies of community policy and maintaining direct supervision over the county's detention facilities. The Pima County Sheriff’s Office is a recognized leader and model for public safety, achieving numerous accomplishments over the past 24 years. Pima County Sheriff, Clarence W. Dupnik, is well known for his innovative and effective law enforcement programs. With the use of integrated technologies, Pima County maintains proactive inmate management strategies. Each Pima County jail offers an online inmate search tool, which provides inmate court, charge and bond information, as well as an inmate reference number.
Bail bonds are accepted at the Pima County Adult Detention Complex, Inmate Accounts Office located in the main lobby, at 1270 W. Silverlake Road. Bonds are accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Visitation times are Monday through Friday, 7:30am – 9pm, Saturday and Sunday 7:30am – 2:15pm.
Questions About This Jail
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How do I find out if someone I know is still in jail?
Yes, Pima County allows you to email inmates to keep in contact with them. You can read more and sign up for this service at https://www.inmatemail.com.
Can I leave a voice mail for someone in a Pima County jail?
Yes, Pima County has Inmate Voice Mail. The company that provides the service is Customer Service of America (CSA). You can find more information by calling 1-(800) 849-6081.
How can I find more information about a court case for an arrest in Pima 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.
How can I visit an inmate?
Inmates must have made a first court appearance and have been assigned to a permanent housing unit. Visitation schedules and information is here.