Inmate Mail

Effective January 1, 2024, all incoming inmate mail will be processed by Mail received on February 1, 2024 or later, will be returned to the sender.

All incoming inmate mail will be scanned at the location, and will be viewable on the inmate tablets.

All personal inmate mail will need to be mailed to the following address:
Yuma County Detention Center
(Inmate Name/Jacket Number)
P.O. Box 16120
Jonesboro, AR 72401

If you do not know the inmate’s jacket number, contact the Detention Center at (928) 782-9871.

Inmates may access their scanned mail on the tablets once it has been released by The scanned mail and/or pictures will only be available for viewing by the inmate for 14 days from the date released by JailATM.

  • Original mail and/or pictures will be destroyed by JailATM after they have been scanned into the system. 
  • Obscene material or inappropriate pictures will be rejected and the inmate will be notified.
  • No parcel packages will be processed by JailATM.


Books/Magazines: Friends and family may continue to purchase books and magazines through reputable publishers/sources and have them mailed directly from the publisher/source to the Detention Center.

Inmate Funds: The Detention Center will continue to allow cashier’s checks or money orders to be mailed directly to the facility. The envelope must be clearly addressed as provided below, otherwise, the mail will be returned to the sender.

Yuma County Detention Center
Inmate Accounts
(Inmate Name/Jacket Number)
200 W. Court Street
Yuma, AZ 85364

Non-Attorney Legal Mail: Documents such as court documents, power of attorney, title transfers, child related forms, etc., which require original signatures may continue to be mailed to the Detention Center; however, the envelope must be clearly marked “Non-Attorney Legal Mail”. The documents will be processed within a reasonable time. Any non-attorney legal mail not clearly marked as such will be returned to sender.

Legal Mail: Legal mail will continue to be mailed to the facility by a legally approved and licensed attorney of record. All legal mail must be sent in preprinted/pre-stamped postage envelopes or metered postage. Legal mail should not be bound, stapled, or fastened in any manner as inmates are prohibited from possessing such items.

Please inform your family and friends of this change. For more information, contact the Detention Center at (928) 539-7841.


Email & Voice Messages

Inmates are eligible to receive emails via JailATM and voice messages via Combined Public Communications. Friends and family can stay connected by creating an account to send emails or voice messages in the following ways:
  • Emails: Register to send emails at
  • Voice Messages: Create an account to fund voice messages at: or call 1-877-998-5678 - Monday-Friday: 8 AM-12 AM, Saturday: 10 AM-9 PM (EST)

For more information...

Contact the Detention Center at (928) 782-9871.
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