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Arizona County Jails and State Prisons

In the United States, "jail" and "prison" refer to separate levels of incarceration. Generally speaking, jails are county or city administrated institutions which house both inmates awaiting trial on the local level and those convicted of misdemeanors serving a term of one year or less. Prisons are state or federal facilities housing convicted felons serving a term of more than one year.

Alliance Bail Bonds are pleased to be able to offer you this quick reference resource for information on the County Jails and State Prisons within Arizona.

If a friend or loved one has been arrested they will most likely be held at either one of the local city police jails or at one of the Maricopa County Jails. Typically once a person has been charged they will only be held at a local Police Station or City Jail for a few hours (approx 6 hours). After this everybody is transported to the Phoenix Main Jail on 4th avenue. Bail will be set at an initial appearance before a judge and this happens within 12 -24 hrs. If they have not been bailed out by this time they will be moved again and housed at any one of the seven Maricopa County Jails. Once housed, this extends the time it will typically take to be released once bail is posted (approx. 12-24 hours).

Maricopa County Jails MapIt is significantly easier and quicker to have somebody released on bail from the local City Jails. Once housed the time to effect release can be days instead of hours. So, to have your friend or loved one released as quickly as possible dont delay and call Alliance Bail Bonds as soon as you can.

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Maricopa County Jails

Main Jail 4th Avenue
201 S. 4th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: (602) 876-1239
Durango Jail
3225 W. Gibson Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 876-3555
Estrella Jail
2939 W. Durango St
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 876-1222
First Avenue Jail
102 W. Madison Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Lower Buckeye Jail
3250 W. Lower Buckeye
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 876-1236
Madison Jail - Currently Closed For Renovation
225 W. Madison
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Tent City
2939 W. Durango Street
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 876-1735
Towers Jail
3127 W. Gibson Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 876-1679
 

 

Locating somebody in the Maricopa County Jail System

If you are trying to find the current location of somebody who has been arrested, the Maricopa County Jail provides an automated Information Hot Line, (602) 876-0322. The system is automated and operates by voice command. You can find out information on a specific inmate from the jail's automated system but you must know ALL of the following:

1. Inmate's last name (spelled correctly)
2. Inmate's first name (spelled correctly)
3. Inmate's date of birth

You can also find information if you know the inmate's booking number (starts with the letter 'P').

If you need more help and would like us to help you post bail and arrange for the release of your friend or loved one just give us a call and we will get the process started.

 

Maricopa County Jails Detailed Information

Fourth Avenue Jail (Main Jail)

Location: (Map It)
201 S. 4th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85003 

Phone: (602) 876-1239

The Fourth Avenue Jail opened in April 2005. This state of the art facility is considered to be one of the most secure and technologically advanced facilities in the nation. This facility was part of the largest county jail expansion project in the history of the nation, supported overwhelmingly by the taxpayers of Maricopa County.

Fourth Avenue has a capacity of 2,064 beds of which 288 are specifically designed to house the highest security level inmate in the system. The Fourth Avenue Jail was designed first and foremost with the interest of public safety in mind, following Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s philosophy of remaining tough on crime.

Durango Jail

Location: (Map It)
3225 W. Gibson Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Phone:
(602) 876-3555

The Durango Jail was built in 1976 as a minimum security jail. The Durango Jail houses approximately 2214 inmates in seven housing units and two barracks buildings. Each housing unit contains four “pods,” and each pod contains a general-purpose day room area with metal tables and stools, and a bathroom area with sinks, toilets and showers. There are two large outside areas for recreation.

The Durango Jail houses adult “general population” male inmates. The jail also has a fully staffed and equipped medical clinic, non-denomination chapel and three education classrooms where inmates can attend scheduled religious and educational programs throughout the day.

Estrella Jail

Location: (Map It)
2939 W. Durango St
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Phone:
(602) 876-1222

The Estrella Jail was built in 1991, and is podular/dormitory in design. There are approximately 1,000 inmates, predominantly female, housed at the Estrella Jail. Each housing area contains general-purpose day rooms, and bathroom/shower areas. There are outside areas for recreation.

The Estrella Jail has a fully staffed and equipped medical clinic, a non-denominational chapel area for religious services, and three education classrooms where inmates can attend educational, drug rehabilitation, or life-skills classes.

First Avenue Jail

Location: (Map It)
102 W. Madison Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003

The First Avenue Jail was built in 1962 and was the first “modern” jail in the Valley, intended to house an average of 500 inmates in a “traditional” jail environment. This jail was closed in 1999 and does not currently house inmates.

In 2000, Sheriff Arpaio converted some areas to house animals abused animals. Any animal removed from an owner for criminal neglect or abuse by the Animal Crimes Investigations Unit can be housed at the First Avenue Jail. We now call this the M.A.S.H. Unit.

Lower Buckeye Jail

Location: (Map It)
3250 W. Lower Buckeye
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Phone:
(602) 876-1236

The Lower Buckeye Jail was opened in April 2005 and is the largest detention facility in Arizona. Its design is based on Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s “no frills” philosophy, and provides safety and security for staff and inmates. The Facility currently houses all classifications of inmates, and includes separate housing for juvenile inmates (who are remanded on adult charges) and various types of special management inmates.

Tent City

Location: (Map It)
2939 W. Durango Street
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Phone:
(602)876-5551

Tent City was begun in 1993 when Sheriff Joe Arpaio was able to obtain some surplus military tents. These tents were set up in an area adjacent to one of the existing Maricopa County Jails in Phoenix, Arizona. Sheriff Arpaio had previously decided that he would not release any inmates due to jail overcrowding, and housing sentenced inmates in the tents seemed a good solution. Funding for the project was minimal, and included the cost for cement necessary for base pads, secure fencing, and electric costs for heating, cooling and lights.

The Tents Jail can currently hold up to 2,126 inmates.

Sheriff Arpaio has added a few improvements at the Tents Jail, including four Sky Watch Towers for security, stun fences around the perimeter, and facial recognition computer software for inmate identification. K-9 units and patrol deputies have been added for additional security. The Classification Unit conducts background checks on inmates before they are housed in the tents, so that dangerous or predatory individuals are not placed there.

Towers Jail

Location: (Map It)
3127 W. Gibson Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Phone:
(602) 876-4318

The Towers Jail was built in 1982, designed as a 360-cell facility with six tower units. There are four pods in each tower, and each pod contains housing areas with general-purpose day rooms, and bathroom/shower areas. The jail also contains a fully staffed and equipped medical clinic, a non-denominational chapel for religious services, and classrooms for educational, drug rehabilitation, and life-skills programs. Additionally, there are three outside areas for recreation.

The jail currently houses approximatlly 180 inmates who are either involved in the Alpha Drug Program, The Chain Gang,or who are not able to serve their sentences in the Tents Jail for some particular reason.