Tulare Co. Bob Wiley Detention Facility Visitor Information & Inmate Locator- Prison Inmate Search

Tulare Co. Bob Wiley Detention Facility

Tulare Co. Bob Wiley Detention Facility

36712 Road 112 Visalia, CA93291, California

Phone :
559.735.1700
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Tulare Co. Bob Wiley Detention Facility Visiting Information:

Tulare Co. Bob Wiley Detention Facility Additional information:

Sending Money To Inmates


The most common way to send money to inmates is through "ezmoneyload.com". Below are the steps to send money:


1. Go to "ezmoneyload.com". Select the facility.


2. Once you have selected the facility, select the first letter of the inmate's last name.


3. After you have selected the first letter of their last name, you will see all inmates whose last name begin with that letter. Once you find the person you are looking for, click the "select" button next to their name.


4. After you have clicked the "select" button it will confirm the inmate information as well as ask you for the dollar amount you wish to send.


5. Below it will ask for the sender's billing and credit card information. Once you have put in that information you may select to continue or cancel the transaction.


Residential Substance Abuse Program


The RSAT program is a grant based program that provides substance abuse treatment while in custody. The RSAT program is located at Men’s Correctional Facility (MCF), and can house up to 64 inmates. The program is a voluntary program and is a joint effort between Tulare County Sheriff’s department and Alternative Services. The mission is to provide a choice for positive lifestyle changes for the incarcerated population and their families through facility and community based services. This will be accomplished with assessments, behavior modification, life learning skills, and aftercare. Inmates must meet classification guidelines to be placed into the program.


W.R.S.A.T


Women’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program


The Women’s RSAT Program is a 4-12 month substance abuse program housed at the Pre-Trial Facility in Unit 4B and has the capacity for 25 participants. The program promotes positive social behavior and prepares inmates for release by developing the knowledge and skills necessary to avoid substance use relapse and successfully integrate back into the community. Referrals may be made through the court or via green slips if the inmate is interested in the program. Inmates must meet classification guidelines to be placed into the program.


Residential Substance Abuse Program


The RSAT program is a grant based program that provides substance abuse treatment while in custody. The RSAT program is located at Men’s Correctional Facility (MCF), and can house up to 64 inmates. The program is a voluntary program and is a joint effort between Tulare County Sheriff’s department and Alternative Services. The mission is to provide a choice for positive lifestyle changes for the incarcerated population and their families through facility and community based services. This will be accomplished with assessments, behavior modification, life learning skills, and aftercare. Inmates must meet classification guidelines to be placed into the program.


W.R.S.A.T


Women’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program


The Women’s RSAT Program is a 4-12 month substance abuse program housed at the Pre-Trial Facility in Unit 4B and has the capacity for 25 participants. The program promotes positive social behavior and prepares inmates for release by developing the knowledge and skills necessary to avoid substance use relapse and successfully integrate back into the community. Referrals may be made through the court or via green slips if the inmate is interested in the program. Inmates must meet classification guidelines to be placed into the program.


Residential Substance Abuse Program


The RSAT program is a grant based program that provides substance abuse treatment while in custody. The RSAT program is located at Men’s Correctional Facility (MCF), and can house up to 64 inmates. The program is a voluntary program and is a joint effort between Tulare County Sheriff’s department and Alternative Services. The mission is to provide a choice for positive lifestyle changes for the incarcerated population and their families through facility and community based services. This will be accomplished with assessments, behavior modification, life learning skills, and aftercare. Inmates must meet classification guidelines to be placed into the program.


W.R.S.A.T


Women’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program


The Women’s RSAT Program is a 4-12 month substance abuse program housed at the Pre-Trial Facility in Unit 4B and has the capacity for 25 participants. The program promotes positive social behavior and prepares inmates for release by developing the knowledge and skills necessary to avoid substance use relapse and successfully integrate back into the community. Referrals may be made through the court or via green slips if the inmate is interested in the program. Inmates must meet classification guidelines to be placed into the program.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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6 Responses to Tulare Co. Bob Wiley Detention Facility

  1. jean December 7, 2013 at 7:01 am #

    Can you vist an inmate any day of the week

    • PrisonPath December 7, 2013 at 3:06 pm #

      Hi Jean,

      No, we recommend calling the facility for visitation schedule.

  2. Tom September 29, 2016 at 3:41 am #

    Do you get time off for good behavior?
    If so how much could you get off serving a 30 sentence?

  3. Tom September 29, 2016 at 3:45 am #

    Do you have free access to a phone at bob Wiley?

  4. Tom September 29, 2016 at 3:47 am #

    Is bob Wiley a safe place to serve your sentence?

  5. PrisonPath September 29, 2016 at 12:10 pm #

    Hi Tom,

    There is no jail and/or prison that is completely safe. Any inmate needs to follow the rules and try to avoid conflict with other inmates. In July, an inmate was attacked outside of his cell by 6 other inmates. The news story did not include any details.

    See–http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/story/news/local/2016/07/28/inmate-assaulted-bob-wiley-detention-facility/87689792/

    We recommend any inmate to be aware of the basic rules of jail-prison survival. Review the 25 Basic Rules of Prison Survival set in the navigation bars above.

    We recommend contacting the jail about inmate phone options.

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