Franklin County Jail, WA Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster
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Franklin County Jail in Pasco, Washington, is part of sheriff’s office in the state of Washington. The Franklin County Jail seeks to provide humane and safe detention for inmates.
The jail is seen as the most important duty for the sheriff of Franklin County. Franklin County Jail seeks to offer programs and services to inmates to help reduce their chances of re-committing crimes upon release.
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To find someone in Franklin County Jail, visit jail website, which also includes an inmate’s mugshot. You can sort the list by last name or by date confined.
Sending a Mail
Sending mail to your inmate is highly encouraged, as it helps to maintain relationship and gives the inmate news from loved ones that will make jail more bearable. Mail is delivered every weekday.
Address letters with the inmate’s name, personal identification number (found on jail roster) and a return address. Send letters to:
Franklin County Jail
Pin # Cell location
1016 North Fourth Street, Pasco, WA, 99301
Letters must be written on plain paper. They can contain up to 10 photos no larger than 5x7 inches. Do not include cards, postcards, markers/crayons/glue, internet printouts, money, magazine clippings, stamps, or anything besides the paper and photos. Letters and photos should not contain nudity or crude images or words.
Inmates in Franklin County Jail are not allowed to receive packages, but soft cover books, newspapers and magazines can be sent to them if ordered directly from a publisher (i.e. Amazon.)
There are three ways to send funds to an inmate in Franklin County Jail. Be sure to have your inmate’s identification number and full name. Funds will be immediately available to inmates through all of these methods.
The first is to deposit funds through a kiosk in the lobby at the jail. It accepts cash (higher than $5) and VISA/MasterCard credit/debit cards. All deposits have a processing fee of $4.
The second option is to call 509-545-3549 and make a deposit over the phone with a VISA/MasterCard credit/debit card. Fees for making a deposit this way range from $4 for amounts up to $20 as high as fees of $11 for deposits over $200.
Lastly, funds can be deposited online at Access Corrections. Create an online account to make deposits into an inmate's account. The fees for the online service are similar to depositing funds through the phone.
Inmates are allowed to make outbound calls to family and friends. There are several prepaid phone companies that you can make an account with to accept prepaid calls from an inmate. In addition to funding your calls, you can deposit funds into an inmate’s account so that they can make calls to you. Call rates are $0.06/minute.
Visitation is an important way to keep your inmate encouraged and to foster healthy relationships with them while they are incarcerated. Franklin County Jail has some rules and regulations for visitors to follow for everyone’s safety and pleasure.
To visit an inmate, each visitors must be on a visitation list that the inmate fills out. Bring your ID with you to confirm your identity. Upon entering the jail you will go through a metal detector and may be subject to further search if need be. Bring only your ID and a set of car keys – nothing else.
There is a dress code for visitors to Franklin County Jail that applies to both males and females. All clothing must be modest and cover a majority of one’s skin. It must not be see-through, revealing, sleeveless or too short or tight. Do not wear pants with multiple holes or tears. Avoid t-shirts that contain offensive or obscene images or words.
|Sunday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
|Monday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:30 Am to 2:30 PM|
How Often Can I Visit?
Inmates are allowed two 20-minute visits per week. Visitation is organized by last name of the inmate.
Keep in mind that visitation is a privilege that can be revoked based on inmate behavior or other factors at the jail. Be sure to confirm before visiting that the inmate can receive you.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.