Apache County Jail is classified as a moderate level security prison and is situated in the city of St. Johns, Arizona. It has the capacity to hold a maximum of 150 adults (18+). Inmates have generally been found guilty of committing serious in character felonies – most inmates are housed in the prison for at least 12 months.
If you’re trying to look up an inmate of Apache County Jail, then try one of two options, being:
To conduct your online search, or before making a call to the jail, it helps to have the following:
Be advised that an individual may be imprisoned immediately after being arrested, or transferred later on from a local center.
As an alternative (should the above methods not yield a successful search), you can attempt a Arizona state prisoner search.
Receiving a package or other mail from family and friends is permitted. Remember, when addressing any item, to write clearly the follwoing:
If any item fails inspection, then it will be disposed of, unless there is a return address. Therefore, it’s essential to write your home address (or alternative return to sender address). For info on what items are permitted, we recommend calling the facility directly at 928-337-7581.
Are you looking to send money to a prisoner Apache County Jail? You can either:
And inmate can use a telephone for calls from 7:00 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. The maximum length of any call is 15 minutes, although this time is reduced to only 10 minutes during busier periods. The cost has to be covered by the receiver in its entirety.
Before visiting Apache County Jail. If you’re not sure that you’re on the approved visitors list then avoid disappointment by checking with the facility before leaving You can call them directly at 928-337-7581.
In order to visit, the following rules exist: