Arizona State Prison – Yuma

7125 East Juan Sanchez Blvd, San Luis, Arizona 85349

Phone :
(928) 627-8871
Website :
Inmate Locator :

Arizona State Prison – Yuma Visiting Information:

General Population Visitation is on Saturdays, Sundays, and posted holidays in two blocks from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Cocopah:
General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Special visits may be approved by the Cocopah Unit Deputy Warden at other times upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visiting rules, please call Cocopah Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16324.

Cheyenne:
General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special visits may be approved by the Cheyenne Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Cheyenne Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16624.

Dakota:
G.P. East Yard (Bldg 5 & 6) - Visitation on even numbered days.

G.P. West Yard (Bldg 7 & 8) - Visitation on odd numbered days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-Contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special Visits may be approved by the Dakota Deputy Warden at other times upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Dakota Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16924.

Cibola:
General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special visits may be approved by the Cibola Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call Cibola Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 17224.

La Paz:
General Population inmates may receive visits both days.

Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.

Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).

Special visits may be approved by the La Paz Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information and visitation rules, please call La Paz Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 17524.

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 initiating appropriate action.

Arizona State Prison – Yuma Additional information:

 

Recreational Activities


 

Outdoor activities include softball, basketball, volleyball, handball, and various track and field events.  The variety of activities available depends upon the inmate's security classification level.  Indoor activities include a variety of board and card games.  All activities are supervised and monitored by staff.


In-house hobbycraft include arts and crafts,  drawing, painting, bead craft, plastic model kits, and other small crafts depending upon the inmate's security classification.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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8 Responses to Arizona State Prison – Yuma

  1. Krystal January 15, 2013 at 1:14 pm #

    How long dose it take to get approved to visit an inmate???

    • PrisonPath January 15, 2013 at 2:41 pm #

      Hi Krystal,

      The time for the visitation approval process varies from prison to prison. It can 7-10 days or several weeks. You should call the facility in question for additional information.

  2. caitlynne April 14, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    how do i find out which unit in yuma an inmate would be in, and how do i find the address to write them?

    • PrisonPath April 14, 2013 at 9:27 pm #

      Hi Caitlynne,

      Try the following link for help.

  3. karla November 13, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    If I have probation do I still have a chance to visit an inmate?

    • PrisonPath November 13, 2013 at 9:09 pm #

      Hi Karia,

      Please note the following rule:
      Former inmates shall be prohibited
      visitation with an inmate for a period of two
      years from
      the date of release, except when the inmate is an immediate family
      member or relative.

  4. suzanne guevara February 3, 2014 at 1:51 am #

    I have been denied visitation to see my son and I would like to know if there is like a template to write an appeal or what the letter is supposed to obtain? 480-709-7577

    • PrisonPath February 3, 2014 at 2:10 pm #

      Hi Suzanne,

      Please note the following information about appealing the denial of a visitation application:

      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
      initiating appropriate action.

      We do not know of any template, but recommend contacting an attorney for legal advice.

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