Arizona State Prison – Perryville

2105 North Citrus Road, Goodyear, Arizona 85395

Phone :
(623) 853-0304
Website :
Inmate Locator :

Arizona State Prison – Perryville Visiting Information:

Phase I inmates – 1 four hour block of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday
Phase II inmates – 3 four hour blocks of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday*
*Lumley Close Custody – 2 visits per week.
Except where noted, the Warden, unit Deputy Wardens,
unit
Associate Deputy Warden
s, or the Deputy
Warden for Contract Beds, possess discretionary authority and shall be responsible for the management of Visitation in their area. Specific responsibilities include:

Screening and approval of visitors.

Placement of inmates into Non-Contact Visitation.

Suspension of visits.

Approval of special circumstance visitation.
* Lumley Max custody 1 two hour Non Contact Visit
Phase III inmates – 4 four hour blocks of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday**
**Lumley Close Custody -3 visits per week
**Lumley Max Custody – 1 two hour Non Contact Visit
All Female Death Row Inmates – Non Contact Visitation by appointment only. Please refer to DO 911.08, 1.3.

****AM BLOCK: No arrivals after 10 A.M.****
****PM BLOCK: No arrivals after 2 P.M.****

Please note that visitors are searched for contraband.

Arizona State Prison – Perryville Additional information:

From Phoenix:

Take Interstate 10 West to Sarival Avenue.

Turn right (North) on Sarival Avenue.

Turn left (West) at the first crossroad (McDowell Rd.).

Go West on McDowell until you reach Citrus Road.

Turn right (North) on Citrus Road.

Proceed for approximately 1/2 mile.

Turn right for the main prison complex entrance.

Education Programs

Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED programs are available to all inmates at all the units at ASPC-PV. All inmates committed to the Department after July 1, 1997 must be enrolled in the Department's ABE Literacy Program if it has been determined that they are unable to function at the 8th grade level. They must also progress beyond the 8th grade level in order to be eligible to receive anything more than the base pay for any job to which they are assigned.

Vocational education programs are available to inmates who qualify through Rio Salado Community College. The Department has a contract with Rio Salado Community College to provide a limited selection of vocational classes to inmates including computers classes.

Treatment Programs

Each Unit at ASPC-PV provides basic medical and dental care to all of its inmates. Mental health services and psycho tropic medications are provided as needed. Substance abuse services are also available in a variety of formats. The most prevalent vehicles utilized to address substance abuse problems are offered via Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Hazelden Designs for Better Living, Thinking Straight and Substance Abuse Awareness. In addition, the Department contracts with Civigenics Corporation for a Women's Recovery Academy an approximate nine month in-custody treatment program followed by a term of aftercare to assist with re-integration into the community is available. Contracts are also in place for 96 DUI treatment beds. The Maricopa County Department of Health Services provides Health Education to pre-release inmates.

Incoming Mail addressed to inmates shall have the inmate’s complete first and last name,
the inmate’s name under which he/she is incarcerated (unless legally changed), the
inmate’s correct ADC number, as well as the inmate's unit name and the appropriate Post
Office (PO) Box.
1.3 Incoming Mail shall have a complete return address including the sender's name and the
complete street address or PO Box. Mail without a complete return address shall be
opened and read to inspect the contents to make a reasonable attempt to ascertain the
identity of the sender. If the sender can be identified and the mail does not present any
security concerns the mail may be delivered to the inmate. If the sender cannot be
verified, the inmate shall receive a notice and the mail held for 90 days before it is
destroyed.
1.4 It is the inmate’s responsibility to notify correspondents of his/her mailing address, where
local U.S. Postmaster practice permits, a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) change of address
form shall be completed by the inmate and sent to the USPS. All Department/Contract
Bed facilities shall make these forms available. Incoming mail shall be forwarded as
follows:
1.4.1 Mail that arrives without an inmate ADC number shall be stamped "Return to
Sender,” and returned.
1.4.2 Mail that arrives for an inmate at an institution where the inmate is no longer
housed shall be forwarded to the inmate's current institution.
1.4.3 When possible, First Class mail belonging to an inmate who is temporarily
confined at a hospital or local county jail shall be forwarded.
1.4.4 Mail belonging to an inmate who is no longer in physical custody of the
Department shall be forwarded up to 30 days after his/her release; provided a
forwarding address is available. When no forwarding address is available, the
mail shall be stamped "inmate is no longer in custody" and returned to the
sender.

Mailing Address
ASPC - Perryville
P.O. Box 3000
Goodyear, AZ 85395

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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67 Responses to Arizona State Prison – Perryville

  1. Brittany September 3, 2012 at 3:37 am #

    What is the address that you send the visitation application to?

    • PrisonPath September 3, 2012 at 2:17 pm #

      Hi,

      The mailing address for this prison is P.O. Box 3000, Goodyear,AZ 85395. You can also contact the prison at 623-853-0304.

  2. E January 15, 2013 at 2:49 am #

    What is the inmate actt number you use for western union money online?

    • PrisonPath January 15, 2013 at 2:38 pm #

      Hi,

      You need to contact the facility for that information.

      • David K. November 16, 2014 at 4:49 am #

        Hi, I just tried to complete an application for visitation at the perryville prison. I have submitted an app. for phone calls only. After filling out the app. I was told an app. for this visitor was already submitted and that I have to wait 90 days to submit another.
        Can you tell me how I can submit an app. for actual visits?
        Also, I have spent 5 days in Darango jail for a traffic ticket. I have no idea what my number was or what dates (including the day, month, year) from beginning to end. I do not wish to “lie” on the application. What am I to do?
        Thank you for your input on this matter

  3. linda February 18, 2013 at 3:34 am #

    what are the rules for a vistor from out of state? What is needed and how far in advance is the information needed?

    • PrisonPath February 18, 2013 at 4:01 am #

      Hi Linda,

      There are a number of rules and requirements for visitation. Please note the rules for just the visitor’s application:
      ( click the link located on the top of the page for the visitor’s rules on the prison web site–

      Inmate Visitation Application

      The On-Line Application will be unavailable on Sunday February 17, 2013

      Between 12:00am and 9:00am Arizona Time

      There are two links available for submission of applications listed below:

      On-Line Application: For potential visitors and those persons only receiving calls from inmates who wish to submit their application electronically, once the application is completed and submitted, the visitor or a potential call recipient will not be able to apply for the same inmate for a period of 90 days. If you decide to pay by Western Union the Code City is AZVISITORBACK AZ.

      Printed Application: For potential visitors or a potential call recipient who do not wish to submit their application on-line, they may complete the application form, print it, and mail it directly to the Unit Visitation Office where the inmate is currently assigned. You are not to submit an application while the inmate is in the intake process at Alhambra. The envelope must clearly read “Attention Visitation Officer”. If payment is enclosed with the application, the envelope must clearly read “Attention Visitation Officer – Background Check Fee”. Do not mail the application directly to the inmate; we must receive it from you or it will be voided.

      Note: In both instances it is critical that all information fields and both sides are completed prior to submitting the form. By completing and submitting this form, you are attesting to the truthfulness and accuracy of the information. Criminal background checks are conducted on all persons applying for visitation or phone call privileges.

      All adult visitors applying on or after July 20, 2011 must pay a one time, non-refundable, $25.00 background check fee in accordance with Department Order 911. Those persons wishing to accept phone calls from inmates and will not be visiting in-person must apply for phone privileges utilizing the regular application process. Please refer to the “Need Help” link or Department Order 911 for a complete list of those persons that are exempt from the background check fee when applying for visitation or phone call privileges.

  4. samuel soto March 12, 2013 at 3:33 am #

    need to know if an inmate is in perryville . name jaimee lynn ramrierz. 10|05|83.

    • PrisonPath March 12, 2013 at 2:48 pm #

      Hi Samuel,

      use our inmate locators navigation bar on our home page and the inmate locator on this prison page. If you still are having difficulty,please e-mail contact prisonpath.com.

  5. Tommy March 15, 2013 at 11:14 pm #

    I sent a visitation form in online an my wife asked her co3 an they said they don’t have one in for me how can I find out what’s going on

    • PrisonPath March 16, 2013 at 2:33 am #

      Hi Tommy,

      You can send another application online or print and mail the form certified to prove that the prison has the form. If you continue to have problems, contact the inmate’s case manager for assistance or the prison chaplain.

  6. Teresa March 27, 2013 at 9:44 pm #

    My friend is at Perryville, and i want to send her a letter, but i dont know what PO box to send it to. There are so many different units there and it does not say which one she belongs to in the inmate locator

    • PrisonPath March 27, 2013 at 10:51 pm #

      Hi Teresa,

      You do not need the unit to send a letter. The address should have the name, inmate’s ID. No.,and the prison address.

  7. Regina Vasquez April 1, 2013 at 2:05 pm #

    My background check stated only, unfavorable, how do I find out reason, in order to clairfy to warden, in appeal,?

    • PrisonPath April 1, 2013 at 6:19 pm #

      Hi Regina,

      I would recommend using one of the services that do a record check for a criminal record. Once you have that information, you could go forward with the process.

  8. Hannah April 6, 2013 at 10:34 am #

    My sister was takin recently.How soon can she receive mail?

    • PrisonPath April 6, 2013 at 1:29 pm #

      Hi Hannah,

      If she was admitted, you can write to her. Please note the following information:

      writing.

      Mailing Addresses For Inmates

      ASPC-Perryville
      San Pedro Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3100
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Lumley Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3300
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Santa Rosa Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3500
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Santa Cruz Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3200
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Santa Maria Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3400
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Piestewa Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3600
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Complex Detention
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3000
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Womens Treatment
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3300
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      San Carlos Unit
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3700
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Special Management
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3300
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

      ASPC-Perryville
      Complex Minors
      Inmate Name and ADC#
      P.O. Box 3000
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      Visitation Status: “OPEN”

  9. thomas english April 10, 2013 at 8:05 pm #

    I got refused to see my wife in san carlos prison recently how do I dispute it so I can visit her

    • PrisonPath April 10, 2013 at 8:30 pm #

      Hi Thomas,

      please note the following information:

      CHAPTER 900

      INMATE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
      DEPARTMENT ORDER

      911

      INMATE VISITATION
      INMATE VISITATION
      JANU
      ARY 21, 2012
      911

      PAGE 7
      1.5.1
      Denial of visitation or removal of a person(s) from an inmate’s approved Visitation
      List, when the person:
      1.5.1.1
      Poses a direct threat to
      the safety, security and/or orderly operation
      of the institution.
      1.5.1.2
      Is the victim of the inmate.
      A person identified as the victim and
      who seeks visitation status with the inmate that victimized him/her,
      shall submit a written request listing the reason(s)
      for visitation.
      The entire circumstances shall be reviewed, prior to visitation being
      authorized. If the victim is a minor, the minor’s parent(s) and/or
      legal guardian shall submit a notarized request listing the reason(s)
      for visitation. A minor identifie
      d as a victim of a sex offense shall
      not be permitted to visit that sex offender.
      1.5.1.3
      Is discovered to have a previously undisclosed felony conviction or
      is convicted of a new felony.
      1.5.1.4
      Has previously introduced illegal contraband into a
      correctional/confineme
      nt facility.
      1.5.1.5
      Is listed as an approved visitor on another inmate

      s
      V
      isitation
      L
      ist,
      except as outlined in 1.
      3.9
      of this section
      .
      1.5.1.6
      Has felony charges or other active warrants pending. The person
      shall be reconsidered for visitation
      after
      the criminal
      charge
      s/warrants have been resolved, the appropriate
      documentation submitted, and a review conducted.
      1.5.1.7
      Provided false information on the visitation application.
      1.5.1.8
      Is currently suspended at any of the Department

      s institutions.
      1.5.1.9
      Has been prohibited from visiting p
      ursuant to section 911.06 of
      this Department Order.
      1.5.1.10
      Has not been properly cleared due to Department employee(s)
      failure to follow policy.
      1.5.1.11
      Has not submitted payment within 30 days of receipt of
      application.
      1.5.2
      Providing written notification of the action
      taken to any person denied or
      involuntarily removed from an inmate

      s approved Visitation List.
      1.5.2.1
      Persons denied visitation may appeal the decision. Those persons
      that do not appeal may not apply again for visitation for a period of
      six months from the date
      of denial.
      1.6
      Visitation Denial/Removal Appeals
      1.6.1
      A person appealing the denial or removal of visitation privileges shall submit a
      written appeal, within 10 work days of the action taken, to the Warden of the
      institution where the inmate is assigned.
      Persons
      denied due to nonpayment may
      not appeal the decision to the Warden, but may reapply in six months from the
      date of denial.
      1.6.1.1
      For inmates assigned to Contract Beds, the Deputy Warden for
      Contract Beds shall be responsible for reviewing the appeal and
      initia
      ting appropriate action
      CHAPTER 900

      INMATE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
      DEPARTMENT ORDER

      911

      INMATE VISITATION
      INMATE VISITATION
      JULY 20, 2011
      911

      PAGE
      8
      1.6.2
      The Warden or the Deputy Warden for Contract Beds, if applicable, shall be
      responsible for providing written notification of the outcome of the appeal to the
      visitor within 10 work days of receipt of the written appeal. Appeal dec
      isions shall
      be final.
      1.6.2.1
      When an appeal is denied, the person may not apply for Visitation
      reinstatement for a period of six months after the date of initial
      denial or removal action, or until the threat posed by the person
      ceases to exist.
      1.6.2.2
      Upheld appeals
      shall result in visitation being granted or reinstate

  10. Teresa Van Calligan May 17, 2013 at 4:34 pm #

    What is life like on Death Row for an inmate?
    What is life like in prison with a natural life sentence?

    • PrisonPath May 17, 2013 at 6:55 pm #

      Hi Teresa,

      No one can really answer what life is like for a death row inmate or for an inmate serving life. Both lives are not good. For information about prison life and culture, click this link.

  11. Stacie May 28, 2013 at 2:38 pm #

    Why does it take so long to put someone to death in Arizona?

    • PrisonPath May 28, 2013 at 6:47 pm #

      Hi Stacie,

      You have posed a difficult question. You would have to review the judicial and legislative process ( state & federal) over the last 50 years.

  12. Kathryn June 23, 2013 at 2:40 am #

    My friend was sent to Perryville in early May. She is phase I. I went out to see her, and they said it wasn’t a weekend for phase I. How do I tell the difference? They said to come back next week. What about the Fourth of July, can phase I visits on the holiday?

    • PrisonPath June 23, 2013 at 12:52 pm #

      Hi Kathryn,

      Please note the following information, but I would recommend calling the facility directly to confirm the visitation schedule.
      For information about prison life for an inmate, click this link.
      For information about what prison is like, click this link.

      Visitation (ADC Inmate Visitation Policy)

      Phase I inmates – 1 four hour block of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday
      Phase II inmates – 3 four hour blocks of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday*
      *Lumley Close Custody – 2 visits per week
      * Lumley Max custody 1 two hour Non Contact Visit
      Phase III inmates – 4 four hour blocks of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday**
      **Lumley Close Custody -3 visits per week
      **Lumley Max Custody – 1 two hour Non Contact Visit
      All Female Death Row Inmates – Non Contact Visitation by appointment only. Please refer to DO 911.08, 1.3.

      ****AM BLOCK: No arrivals after 10 A.M.****
      ****PM BLOCK: No arrivals after 2 P.M.****

  13. Teri June 28, 2013 at 9:56 pm #

    Family member currently house there and mentioned upcoming powwow in September 2013. Where can I get more information on this?

    • PrisonPath June 29, 2013 at 1:13 am #

      Hi Teri,

      Try requesting assistance from the prison chaplain.

  14. Jessica July 2, 2013 at 7:17 pm #

    I am trying to send my visitation application and background fee (money order) to Perryville and have a few questions. I tried calling and left a message but no one has returned my phone call and I would like to get it in the mail today so the process can start sooner!

    1- When I am addressing the envelope I am aware that I address is as

    ASPC Perryville
    Attention Visitation officer-Background check fee

    and then I know next is the unit shes in… I am wondering if I am supposed to put her name and ADC number and then the address or just the unit address?

    2-Who do I make the money order out to? and do I have to put any of the inmates information on the money order?

    Thanks!

    • PrisonPath July 3, 2013 at 1:03 pm #

      Hi Brittany,

      For information, click this link.
      For other information, you need to call the facility.

  15. Elyse July 17, 2013 at 4:59 am #

    My boyfriend is currently in Alhambra being processed so I dont know which prison he is going to yet. I saw for the visitation application that for mailing it in we couldnt submit it while an inmate is in Alhambra, but can I submit it online if he is in Alhambra?

    • PrisonPath July 17, 2013 at 1:13 pm #

      Hi Elyse,

      Please note the following information.

      1.1.1
      During intake processing, inmate
      s
      who choose to have visits
      shall complete and
      submit a Visitation List, Form 911
      -
      1, to the designated staff. Inmates are
      perm
      itted to have a maximum of 20 approved visitors on their Visitation List
      form
      .
      1.1.2
      Inmates who submit a
      Visitation List
      shall list the full name and relationship of
      each potential visitor.
      1.1.3
      Persons wishing to visit
      or receive calls from
      an inmate may complet
      e and submit
      the Application to Visit an Inmate form on line at
      http://www.azcorrections.gov
      , or
      print, complete and mail the form as outlined in 1.1.3.3 of this section. In
      Contract Bed facilities or institutions not l
      isted on the website as able to receive
      the electronic form the inmate shall be responsible for mailing an Application to
      Visit an Inmate, Form 911
      -
      4, to each person listed on the Visitation List.
      From prisonpath.com–For more information about visitation, click this link.

  16. Kelley August 4, 2013 at 10:36 pm #

    Hi I would like to send a letter to a friend at Perryville but do I actually need to address the exact unit where she is because it says n/a
    Thank you

    • PrisonPath August 4, 2013 at 10:51 pm #

      Hi Kelley,

      The prison’s web site list the following address for mail.
      ASPC – Perryville
      P.O. Box 3000
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

  17. Mario September 10, 2013 at 9:35 pm #

    I submitted my $25.00 background check. How long does it take?

    • PrisonPath September 11, 2013 at 3:50 am #

      Hi Mario,

      The process can take2-3weeks. For information on survival tips in prison, click this link.

  18. RePhil October 10, 2013 at 6:57 pm #

    I know that it can take up to 60 days for the visitation approval, but can you give me an idea how long it usually takes?

    • PrisonPath October 10, 2013 at 6:58 pm #

      Hi,

      Normally, it takes around 3-4 weeks.

  19. Margie October 21, 2013 at 5:09 pm #

    What is the difference between Phase 1, 2, 3, Lumley Close Custody, Lumley Maximum Custody? Is there a list of the rules and regulations for visits to the inmate? Is there a difference in visitation time the different phases? Thank You

    • PrisonPath October 21, 2013 at 6:19 pm #

      Hi Margie,

      Please note information about visitation at Arizona State Prison-Perryville and the link to the visitation rules.
      During intake processing, inmates who choose to have visits shall complete and submit a Visitation List, Form 911
      -1, to the designated staff. Inmates are permitted to have a maximum of 20 approved visitors on their Visitation List
      form. Inmates who submit a Visitation List shall list the full name and relationship of
      each potential visitor.
      For the visitation rules at Perryville, click this link..
      For the visitation schedule, click this link..
      The different sections are based upon security level of the inmates.

      For information about prison life, click the link for 25 Rules.

  20. me October 24, 2013 at 6:39 am #

    no answer how do i appply online i said

    • PrisonPath October 25, 2013 at 2:38 pm #

      Hi Me,

      You cannot apply online. The inmate mails the application to you. Note the following rule:
      Persons wishing to visit
      or receive calls from
      an inmate may complet
      e and submit
      the Application to Visit an Inmate form on line at
      http://www.azcorrections.gov
      , or
      print, complete and mail the form as outlined in 1.1.3.3 of this section. In
      Contract Bed facilities or institutions not l
      isted on the website as able to receive
      the electronic form the inmate shall be responsible for mailing an Application to
      Visit an Inmate, Form 911
      -
      4, to each person listed on the Visitation List.

      For additional information about prison survival, click the 25 rules.

  21. Debbie October 27, 2013 at 3:33 pm #

    I would like to take a prayer book to give the inmate. Is this allowed? They are Level I.
    Thank you

    • PrisonPath October 27, 2013 at 9:49 pm #

      Hi Yolanda,

      You are not allowed to bring items to visitation to give to an inmate. You should order the bible from a third party vendor,like Amazon, and the company can ship the bible to the inmate.For information about prison survival and life, click the 25 Rules.

  22. Silvia November 1, 2013 at 8:52 pm #

    Hi my mom has been sent to perryville the 28th of october how long dose it take for her to send us a letter or give us a call?.

    • PrisonPath November 2, 2013 at 2:13 am #

      HI Silvia,

      It can take up to ten days. This is assuming that the inmate has a telephone account. The inmate can send letters if she has stamps and an envelope. Your mother may not have these items and probably does not yet have money in her commissary account.
      For information about prison life, read what is prison really like.

  23. bobmendivil@yahoo.com November 12, 2013 at 11:38 pm #

    “QUESTION”

    Can you give me the “phase” inmate Antoinette M Urias #183075
    is in so I know when I can send her a care package. THANK YOU
    UNIT San Carlos 63-C-46

    • PrisonPath November 13, 2013 at 2:27 am #

      Hi,

      We recommend contacting the inmate’s case manager for this type of information.

  24. Anissa November 13, 2013 at 3:01 pm #

    I am already approved to visit I was just wondering if their is anyway I can print out the form you have to fill out when you get to the prison to visit?

    • PrisonPath November 13, 2013 at 4:26 pm #

      Hi Anissa,

      We could not locate the form on the Arizona State Prison Perryville web site.

    • Kelly January 9, 2014 at 2:20 am #

      Its a super easy form, just name of inmate, her her #, then you put you or whoever else maybe visiting, with your name, address, Drivers License #… take a couple of seconds… nothing to worry about, just make sure u check out the dresscode, so if u are coming from out of town you wont be turned away

  25. Brenda December 19, 2013 at 11:36 pm #

    Is there a new system now for adding money to inmates books?

    • PrisonPath December 20, 2013 at 12:35 am #

      Hi Brenda,

      The Arizona Department of Correction has issued a memorandum on November 1, 2013 about inmate’s funds.

  26. Mrs Brown January 9, 2014 at 2:12 am #

    I was wondering, I would like to send a Bible to my daughter, I have sent it 2 times and its been returned unopened.. Its a brand new FREE BIBLE, our organization doesn’t charge for Bibles or any of their literature. So how do I send it without a receipt from a publisher or authorized person…. I know her friend got the same Bible she has been wanting from the same organization… Thanks so much for any help u can give me.. she is in the Perryville Prison in Goodyear, AZ

    • PrisonPath January 9, 2014 at 3:08 pm #

      Hi Mrs. Brown,

      You cannot mail the books to an inmate. The book vendor mails the book directly to the inmate.

  27. Debra January 15, 2014 at 6:09 pm #

    I have been approved for visitation after an appeal to Warden Frigo. The reason for the appeal was so I could bring the son of the inmate to visit also. He was approved and I have permission from the father to bring the son. Do I need a notorized, authorized letter from the father? And a copy of the child’s birth certificate? Thank you.

    • PrisonPath January 15, 2014 at 7:16 pm #

      Hi Debra,

      Please note the following requirements for visitation by minors at the Arizona State Prison in Perryville.

      A non-incarcerated parent, legal guardian or
      temporary custodian of record of a minor child
      may authorize a third party to accompany and be
      responsible for the minor child at visitation, as
      long as that third party has a notarized statement
      from the non-incarcerated parent, legal guardian
      or temporary custodian of record and is also an
      approved visitor.

      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  28. BRENDA August 1, 2014 at 4:48 am #

    HOW MUCH PRISON TENNIES SHOE COST IMMATES.

  29. chris August 5, 2014 at 3:15 pm #

    what is the intake process?

  30. chris August 5, 2014 at 3:23 pm #

    what does the intake process include, from start to finish…?

  31. Cheryle Leonard September 27, 2014 at 4:19 pm #

    How do I figure out what level my daughter is? She is in ASPC-PV LUMLEY M/H. I have had no contact since she arrived I don’t know if that is the prison or my daughters decision.
    She did have a major violation 1 month ago.

    • PrisonPath September 27, 2014 at 6:52 pm #

      Hi Cheryle,

      If she had a major violation, she may not have easy access to communication. We recommend contacting her case officer or the prison chaplain for help.
      For information about prison life, read the 25 rules.

  32. sherri dunn October 5, 2014 at 10:07 am #

    How do I write to an inmate at Perryville woman’s prison? I understand I need to be approved . How do I go about doing that. Thank you

    • PrisonPath October 5, 2014 at 12:46 pm #

      Hi Sherri,

      Please see our updated information section on the Perryville prison page about inmate mail. For information about prison life
      read the 25 rules.

  33. Theresa Hickman October 17, 2014 at 12:24 pm #

    I’m trying. To write Deborah a isaacs 157804 I don’t have her. Zip code or the po box number

    • PrisonPath October 17, 2014 at 2:01 pm #

      Hi Theresa,

      Please note the following:

      Mailing Address
      ASPC – Perryville
      P.O. Box 3000
      Goodyear, AZ 85395

      For information about prison life, read the 25 rules.

  34. Debbie Tibbitts October 29, 2014 at 7:57 pm #

    Is it acceptable to use a Visa Gift Card to send money to an inmate and can I send money to more than one inmate incarcerated in separate units?

    • PrisonPath October 30, 2014 at 1:29 pm #

      Hi Debbie,

      The following are the three options for sending money to an inmate at Arizona State Prison–Perryville:

      JPAY Global Tel-Link Keefe
      Inmate Deposit – JPAY Inmate Deposit – Global Tel-Link Inmate Deposit – Keefe

      For information about prison life, read link.

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