Search for Yuma County, AZ inmate location information. Inmate records include information on prior incarcerations, arrests, convictions, inmate identification numbers, federal inmates, state inmates, county inmates, detentions before trial, prison sentences, inmate transfers, and more.
Yuma County Jails and Prisons incarcerate convicted criminals and detain people awaiting trials in Yuma County, Arizona. They may operate at the federal, state, or local level. Jails and Prisons maintain detailed records for the people they detain, which includes inmate records. These records contain an inmate's criminal history, including personal information, any arrests or convictions for misdemeanors or felonies, Yuma County Court sentences, and all current and prior incarcerations. They also include important information for locating Yuma County inmates such as their identification number, aliases, and mug shots. Jails and Prisons often provide a searchable online database for locating inmates in Yuma County .
Aspc-Yuma Somerton AZ 7125 Juan Sanchez Boulevard 85350 928-627-8871
La Paz Juvenile Detention Center Yuma AZ 2440 West 28th Street 85364 928-314-1819
San Luis Regional Detention Center San Luis AZ 406 N Avenue D 85349 928-627-2101
Yuma County Detention Center Yuma AZ 200 West Court Street 85364 928-782-9871
Yuma County Juvenile Detention Yuma AZ 2440 West 28th Street 85364 928-782-9871
Yuma County Juvenile Justice Center Yuma AZ 2440 West 28th Street 85364 928-314-1823
Yuma County Police Departments are charged with stopping crimes and conducting investigations in order to maintain public safety in Yuma County, Arizona. As part of this job, Police Departments also keep records on current and former Yuma County inmates. Police inmate records include personal information on the inmate such as name, date of birth, the length of the sentence, and the offense which led to incarceration. These Yuma County public criminal records may also include information about the jail or prison currently holding the inmate and any prison transfers. Police Departments may provide online access to inmate records.
Arizona Department Of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Division - District 4 Yuma AZ 2111 Gila Ridge Road 85365 928-782-1679
Arizona Western College Police Department Yuma AZ 9500 South Avenue 8 East 85365 928-314-9500
San Luis Department of Public Safety San Luis AZ 767 1st Street 85349 928-627-2658
San Luis Police Department San Luis AZ 1030 Union Street 85349 928-627-8881
Somerton Police Department Somerton AZ 150 East Main Street 85350 928-627-2011
Somerton Police Department Somerton AZ 445 East Main Street 85350 928-722-7300
United States Bureau Of Indian Affairs - Cocopah Tribal Police Department Somerton AZ 14540 S. Veterans Dr 85350 928-627-8857
Wellton Police Department Wellton AZ 28618 Oakland Avenue 85356 928-785-4887
Yuma Police Department Yuma AZ 1500 South 1st Avenue 85364 928-373-4650
The U.S. Marshals Service houses and transports federal prisoners during their federal custody and trials in Yuma County, Arizona. They are also responsible for delivering convicted individuals to a federal Bureau of Prisons facility. As part of their responsibilities, the U.S. Marshals maintain records on all their current or former Yuma County inmates. These Yuma County inamte records include the inmate's name, personal information, the charge which led to detention, and the outcome of the individual's trial. The records also state whether the individual was acquitted or convicted, any sentence given by the court, and the federal prison where convicted prisoners were held. While some of this information is private, the U.S. Marshals may provide online access to Yuma County inmate information.
Yuma AZ US Marshals Service Yuma AZ 325 West 19th Street 85364 928-783-6337
Yuma Arizona US Marshals Service Yuma AZ 98 West 1st Street 85364 928-783-6337
Yuma County Probation Departments are responsible for monitoring court-ordered probations, including those imposed on individuals as an alternative to incarceration in Yuma County, Arizona. Probation Departments keep detailed records on probations, including requirements to seek treatment for drug or alcohol abuse, attend counseling, or pay restitution to victims. People who have been convicted of felonies or misdemeanors but who were never incarcerated may not appear in other Yuma County inmate records, so probation records can be an important source of information for background checks. These records will also list any prior or current Yuma County incarcerations, and they may be available through an online database.
Yuma County Probation Department Yuma AZ 405 South Main Street 85364 928-329-2210
Yuma County Sheriff's Departments often operate at the county level to maintain safety and order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations in Yuma County, Arizona. As part of these responsibilities, Yuma County Sheriff's Departments keep records on current and former inmates. These Yuma County inmate records include personal information such as the inmate's name, date of birth, the length of the sentence, and the offense which led to incarceration. Additionally, the records may include information about the Yuma County jail or prison currently holding the inmate, as well as any prison transfers. Sheriff's Departments may provide online access to their inmate records.
Yuma County Sheriffs Office / Yuma County Detention Center Yuma AZ 141 South 3rd Avenue 85364 928-783-4427