All inmates have access to services provided by the United States Postal Service to send and receive legal mail, general correspondence, and publications.
Contraband and material which constitutes a threat to the safety, security, or order of the Yuma County Detention Center shall be prohibited. Such items will be processed in accordance with office policy.
All inmate mail will need to be addressed as follows:
Inmate’s Full Name
Inmate’s Jacket Number
200 West Court Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
If you do not know the inmate’s jacket, contact the Detention Center at (928) 782-9871.
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 www.jailatm.com
- Voice Messages: Create an account to fund voice messages at: www.inmatesales.com or call 1-877-998-5678 - Monday-Friday: 8 AM-12 AM, Saturday: 10 AM-9 PM (EST)
All incoming correspondence must be sent in pre-printed/pre-stamped postage envelopes or metered postage.
Unacceptable correspondence includes:
- Mail with stickers
- Mail marked with paint, crayon, marker, or gel/glitter ink
- Mail with any biohazards, including perfumes or lipstick
- Mail depicting nudity, weapons, or gang references
- All legal mail must be sent in pre-printed/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.
For More Information...
- Postal services are provided Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
- All postcards coming into and leaving the facility must be by U.S. Mail.
- Inmates may receive pictures by U.S. Mail. Pictures may be mailed in an envelope addressed to the Yuma County Detention Center with the inmate’s name and jacket number listed. “PHOTOS ENCLOSED” must be clearly marked on the front of the envelope otherwise the envelope will be returned to sender. NO PAPERS OR CORRESPONDENCE OF ANY KIND ARE TO BE ENCLOSED IN THE ENVELOPE.
- Inmates may receive books and publications that come directly from a publisher or book seller.
- Acceptable forms of money (Western Union money orders, U.S. Postal money orders, or Cashier’s Checks ONLY) will be placed into the inmate’s account. The above mentioned may be mailed in an envelope addressed to the Yuma County Detention Center with the inmate’s name and jacket number listed. “FOR DEPOSIT ONLY” must be clearly marked on the front of the envelope. NO PAPERS OR CORRESPONDENCE OF ANY KIND ARE TO BE ENCLOSED IN THE ENVELOPE.
Contact the Detention Center at (928) 782-9871.