Santa Cruz County Jail, AZ Inmate Search, Visitation Hours
About Santa Cruz County Jail
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The Santa Cruz County Jail is a medium-security facility in Nogales, Arizona.
The Santa Cruz County Jail serves all of Santa Cruz County. Anyone that is arrested within Santa Cruz County will be brought to the Santa Cruz County Jail.
The Santa Cruz County Jail releases and receives inmates daily. Most inmates in the Santa Cruz County Jail will not be in the facility for the long-term. The Santa Cruz County Jail keeps a small percentage of these inmates. Typically, if an inmate has been sentenced to under 2 years, they will stay in the Santa Cruz County Jail.
Santa Cruz County Sheriffs Office
- 1250 North Hohokam Drive, Nogales, Arizona, 85621
As of right now, the Santa Cruz County Jail has not made their inmate roster available to the general public.
As time goes on, they may decide to publicize their inmate roster. Until then, if you have questions or need information on an inmate, you will be required to contact the Santa Cruz County Jail with the inmate’s full name.
The Santa Cruz County Jail will be able to tell you what you need to know about the inmate from charges to when their next court date is.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
Inmates can receive written letters from you. Inmates love when they get a letter. Mail time is one of the few privileges they look forward to every day.
When sending a letter do not do the following:
Use Colored Pencils/Pens
Add Extra Stamps, Envelopes, Writing Paper
Use Paper Clips
Is an inmate asking you to send money to them so they can purchase various items they need from the commissary?
Did you know the inmates are on their own when it comes to personal hygiene products and the like?
Yes, you read that right. Inmates in the Santa Cruz County Jail will need money to purchase various items from the commissary.
What you can do is come down to the Santa Cruz County Jail and send in a money order with the inmate’s name.
It will take around 3 business days or so before the money will be officially deposited into the inmates account. You will want to deposit money into the inmates account prior to them needing it.
If you would like to receive a call from an inmate in the Santa Cruz County Jail. You will need to have a landline phone. The Santa Cruz County Jail only permits inmates in their facility to make collect calls meaning you won’t be able to get them if you only have a cell phone.
All calls are limited to 15-minutes. You will not be permitted to use any call features your phone may have including call forwarding, call waiting, and three-way calling.
Not being able to see your loved one when you want to be probably one of the hardest things you will have to do while they are in the Santa Cruz County Jail.
You should know that you will be permitted to visit an inmate during Monday through Friday between 9 am to 6 pm.
However, you should also know all visits in the Santa Cruz County Jail are non-contact.
What is a non-contact visit you may ask?
A non-contact visit will be where you sit on one side of a glass partition and the inmate sits on the other side. You will not get the chance to hug, kiss, or shake hands with the inmate.
Please note that just because the visitation hours are weekdays does not mean you will be permitted to visit if the inmate is currently in court or being transported to or from the Santa Cruz County Jail.
You should always bring your identification card with you when you are planning to visit. You will not be let into the facility without your identification card handy.
Also, keep all your belongings in your vehicle. You will not be permitted to bring anything in the Santa Cruz County Jail with you.
Monday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Sunday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.