How to Visit an Inmate at the Durango Jail
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Here’s a short video by David that explains how to visit an inmate housed at the Durango Jail:
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Visitation Procedures for the Durango Jail
Located at 3225 West Gibson Lane in Maricopa County, the Durango jail, like most other jails, has a protocol for visitation. The jail was built in 1976 as a minimum security facility for those accused of relatively minor offenses. The visitor will get a face to face meeting with the prisoner; however, they are not allowed to have any physical contact, nor can anything be passed through to the inmate or visitor. The Sheriff’s Information Management System line can provide assistance at (602) 876-0322 or the visitor can call the jail directly at (602) 876-3555 for visitation restrictions.
Visitation rules are as follows:
- Sunday through Monday 8:00am to 8:00pm with last check in at 7:15pm
- Each inmate gets one 30 minute visit per week
- Two visitors maximum per visit- children over 12 months old count as a visitor
- Visitors must have valid government issued picture ID
- Visitors cannot have a felony conviction and cannot have served any jail time in the Maricopa County jail in the previous 12 months
- Visitors cannot be illegal aliens
- Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by an adult unless the visitor is married to the inmate in which case, a valid marriage certificate must be shown
- Visitors under 14 do not need ID
The dress code is conservative; visitors dressed inappropriately will not be allowed to visit. Before visitation, a form must be filled out with the prisoner’s name and booking number and given to the officer in charge along with the visitor’s ID. The visitor will be called when the prisoner is available for visitation.
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