Arizona State Prison Complex - Yuma

 
 
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Arizona State Prison - Yuma


Physical Address:
Arizona State Prison Complex - Yuma
7125 East Juan Sanchez Blvd
San Luis,  AZ 85349

Administrator:  Richard Bock

Telephone:
(928) 627-8871

Inmate Mailing Address:
SEE BELOW

ASPC - Yuma Inmate Mailing Addresses
Inmate Mail
ASPC-Yuma
Cocopah Unit
Inmate Name and ADC#
P.O. Box 8910
San Luis, AZ 85349
ASPC-Yuma
Cheyenne Unit
Inmate Name and ADC#
P.O. Box 8939
San Luis, AZ 85349
 ASPC-Yuma
Dakota Unit
Inmate Name and ADC#
P.O. Box 8940
San Luis, AZ 85349
     
ASPC-Yuma
La Paz Unit
Inmate Name and ADC#
P.O. Box 8819
San Luis, AZ 85349
ASPC-Yuma
Cibola Unit
Inmate Name and ADC#
P.O. Box 8820
San Luis, AZ 85349
 
     

Inmates may receive letters,  and photos.  Inmates may also receive New paperback books, magazines, newspapers or other printed matter mailed directly from Amazon.com: (Be sure to include the inmate name and ID number and send to the inmate mailing address above).


Sending Money to an inmate
Friends and family members of inmates are now required to send money online only.  Three companies that offer inmate account services for a fee to Arizona inmates are Jpay, Global Tel Link, and Keefe.  For more information and a fee schedule read this.
 

  

Visiting  Arizona State Prison - Yuma

The full inmate visiting policy can be read here.
Click here to fill out a visiting application.

General Population Visitation is on Saturdays, Sundays, and posted holidays in two blocks from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Cocopah:

General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Special visits may be approved by the Cocopah Unit Deputy Warden at other times upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visiting rules, please call Cocopah Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16324.

Cheyenne:

General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special visits may be approved by the Cheyenne Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Cheyenne Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16624.

Dakota:

G.P. East Yard (Bldg 5 & 6) - Visitation on even numbered days.

G.P. West Yard (Bldg 7 & 8) - Visitation on odd numbered days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-Contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability -  you must call well in advance).

Special Visits may be approved by the Dakota Deputy Warden at other times upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Dakota Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16924.

Cibola:

General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special visits may be approved by the Cibola Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Cibola Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 17224.

La Paz:

General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special visits may be approved by the La Paz Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Cibola Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 17224.

 

We support a positive visiting experience for everyone and ask that you bring proper identification,  observe our dress code, conduct yourself appropriately for a family setting, supervise your children, and bring only allowable items with you.  You will not be allowed to leave anything with or for an inmate.  As a reminder - you, your vehicle, and any items you bring onto prison property are subject to search.

 


Mail Requests for Information and/or Applications to Visit
to the following address and respective unit:
  Visitation "Unit Name"
  ASPC -Yuma
  P.O. Box 8909
  San Luis, AZ 85349

For any questions regarding this information, please call: (928) 627-8871 extension 16008.

 

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Comments

Rules regarding packages received by inmates

Hello,

I am wondering what the rules are regarding sending books and or Cds to an inmate at Yuma - Cibola.  I have read that there is a limit to the number of packages or items they can receive, like maybe one a month or something similar.  i would like to know if that is so and what the limit is and then if there is a limit to the number of CDs or books in that package? I have also heard that there is something called "secure pack" that can be sent but possibly not until our background check has been approved?  Can you tell me about those "secure packs", what they are and how often they can be sent and if those count in any limited number of packages or whatever?  i wouldn't want to send him a book or a cd and then not be able to send him a "secure pack".

I am also wondering what happens to these items if the inmate is transferred to a county jail for another court case during his term in the DOC?  What happens to his belongings that have been sent or purchased at prison while he is in the county jail for a court case?  Will he then be returned to the same Arizona DOC prison and unit or will he return to Alhambra and then be sent to another facility elsewhere in the system?  What happens to his belongsings if he is sent elsewhere? 

Thank you for your help in answering my questions.

BPRichfield's picture

Sending inmate packages to Yuma - Cibola

Access Securepak is a company that is authorized to send inmates packages through a quarterly package program.  You'll have to check with the company online to see what items they are allowed to send to the inmates, usually they consist of food items etc.  As far as I know CD's are not allowed to be sent to inmates, but I could be wrong about that.  Books can be sent new directly from a publisher such as Amazon, but they must be softcover only and must be new.  There is a limit to the number of books that can be received, usually 3 per order.  The inmates full name and ID number must be present on the package for it to be received.  Again I don't know if receiving these packages will disqualify an inmate from getting an access securpak quarterly package, if it were me sending it I would send the access package first then order books from Amazon since you know if the book order is rejected Amazon will refund your money.

As for packages and belongings following the inmate when they are transferred to various facilities:  This question is not as easy to answer, in general yes the mail will follow the inmate from one facility to another, as well as some of their personal belongings, but if the inmate is in the process of being moved to another facility or is going back and forth to court for pending cases it is best to just wait until they are in a more permanent facility and their location is stable, then send the packages, otherwise you run the risk of them vanishing or being rejected.  Many times inmates have no problem having their mail and things forwarded to their new location, and other times it is a nightmare and packages belongings mysteriously disappear... remember this is a prison.

Visitation Application ?

Well i need help so i filled the application for visitation online and the i went to western union and payed the $25 dollar fee.

How would i know if they recieved the money and the application.

oh he is at aspc yuma cibola unit and i sent it on monday.

please help thank you

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Re: Visiting application approval time

If you filled out the application online and paid the fee then they did receive it.  It says on the visitation application page that it could take up to 60 days for approval.  A background check must be done, and the application will not begin processing until the payment is recieved for the background check. The inmate will be informed if you are approved or denied, and this is really the only way you will find out so keep in contact with them through letters or by telephone.

Visitation at ASPC Yuma/CIBOLA Unit

I read to do an application for Visitation that the Application online can be printed and then it is to be mailed directly to the UNIT where the inmate is located.  For Cibola where my son is at the application was sent to ASPC Yuma/CIBOLA Unit, which is PO 8820, San Luis, Az 85349 and I filled out the form and included a money order purchased from a store's customer service for 50 cents.  I applied May 1, 2012 and May 31, 2012 I was approved.  I do know that he had to submit a Visitation List of names and addresses and phone numbers and birth dates for contact.  NO social security number was requested.  I do know for phone contact there is only one AUTHORIZED Arizona Prison Provider and it has to be set up with them and then can send in checks for coninued payments for collect calls and found that no inmate is allowed an inmate account for collect calls.  I was told that only one provider is able to send them the care packages that is Keefe.  I was told when cleared and with handicap plate or placard after leaving security gate you can drive to that handicap parking lot (which happens to be right in front of Cibola Unit).  My son told me, that this weekend or next weekend they have been told that with the new warden there will be an open yard policy and i admit it frightens me about any confrontations.   A pack of unopened smokes can go in for cleared visits but no lighters and that silver in $30 (quarters) is permitted for each visitor as the vending machines are of course high cost but they can have meat sandwiches as they get bologna and salami.  No coffee or tea but water and beverages and I did not find the experience to be bad at all.

Taking pictures

So I read you cannot take pictures inside of the prison for security reasons, anyone know how the photos work that the facility itself takes?  How about price?  I really would like to get a picture or two since I don't seem to have any good ones from the good old days before he was incarcerated.

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