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Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center is a high security US Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) located in city of Tuba City, Coconino County, Arizona. It houses adult inmates (18+ age) who have been convicted for their crimes which come under Arizona state law. A large portion of the inmate's serving time in this jail are condemned for the time of over a year and are condemned for wrongdoings which are not kidding in nature. The jail is worked and kept up by US Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) .
Below we have given information about the Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center inmate search including contact details, visitation hours, driving directions and mailing information.
We provide detailed visiting and contact information for Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center. If you are have completed a Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center inmate search and have located an inmate, the information on this page will help you to stay in contact. We help you send money to jail, send & receive text messages, and provide the address for in-person visits.
Inmates who are currently imprisoned in Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center can receive money into their commissary account via money order, check or cash. Inmate visitors can also deposit money directly into the inmate's account at prison administrative office. Note: When sending the money via money order or check, mention the inmate id and full name on the back of the slip.
You can send any mail to the inmates who are imprisoned in Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center. Please send the mail or package to the address mentioned below.
North Main Street, Tuba City, AZ, 86045
Please make sure the mail or package that you are sending comes under the list of approved items. For further clarification on the allowed items, contact the prison administration directly on 928-283-8000 .
Note: In case you want to send packages, you need to get prior approval from the prison administration. Contact the prison / jail staff for more information.
Inmates can call to any person outside who are on the approved members list between 7:00 AM to 7:30 PM. The cost of the call is beared by the receiver and the call can be of maximum 30 minutes. During rush hours, the calling time is reduced drastically to 10 minutes.
You need to get yourself registered in the visitors list before visiting any inmate in the prison. If you are visiting someone in Western Navajo Juvenile Corrections Services Center, make sure you are in approved visitors list. Confirm with the prison authorities before coming to visit the inmate.
Listed below are the basic visitation rules which one must adhere to:
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Arizona Total No. of Inmates
Number of people under Probation Supervision
Prison population rate: 100,000 residents
Incarcerated individuals with sentences of 50 years or longer
Inmates sentenced to more than 1 Year in private prisons