Detention Bureau F.A.Q. Section
This section has been created to answer common questions about some of the Yuma County Detention Center procedures and/or services. If you need further assistance, please call (928) 782-9871.
How can I find out if someone is in jail?
My spouse/family member/friend was arrested. What happens now?
How can I post a bond for an inmate?
How can I find out the charges for an inmate?
How can I find out an inmate's next court date?
The court released my spouse/family member/friend this morning during court. When will they be released?
Where do I go to pick up my spouse/family member/friend when they are released?
When is a sentenced inmate going to be released?
My spouse/family member/friend was arrested by the Border Patrol. What is going to happen to him/her?
When and/or how can I visit someone in jail?
How can I send mail to someone in jail?
How do I get items from someone who was arrested (car keys, check book, etc.)?
How can I drop off money or other items for an inmate?
Can an inmate receive incoming calls and/or can I get a message to a inmate?
How do I contact an inmate for emergencies (child issues, death in family, etc.)?
Can I send an inmate food items?
Do inmates have access to reading materials?
If I have a complaint about how my spouse/family member/friend is treated, who do I call?
If my spouse/family member/friend is on medications for their health how do I get the medications to the jail?
Do you have medical staff to take care of my spouse/family member/friend?
If my spouse/family member/friend is mentally unstable, how do you take care of them?
What services do you provide to try and help my alcohol/drug addicted spouse/family member/friend?