Yakima Valley Justice Center, WA Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster
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Yakima Valley Justice Center has two facilities where inmates live in Yakima County. Yakima County’s main jail houses 100 inmates and has the capacity to employ them for various jobs. The Yakima Valley Justice Center is the only county-operated work camp in Washington, providing some of the manual labor workforce in the county. All facilities offer re-entry programs, as well as academic opportunities to pursue G.E.D. or life skills training.
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To lookup an inmate in Yakima Valley Justice Center, there is a database on the jail’s website where one can find information on inmates. Search results can be narrowed by entering the inmate’s first/last name or booking date. Information displayed includes the inmate’s name, booking date, and number, bond and mugshot.
Sending a Mail
Inmates are allowed to be mailed letters, written on plain sheets of paper and including 4x6 photographs. Anything else in the envelope will be considered contraband, including money, stamps, newspaper/magazine clippings, craft items (glue, glitter, etc), and anything besides paper letter and photos.
Letters should be sent to:
Inmates full name and housing assignment
202 W Yakima Avenue, Yakima, WA, 98902
Inmates are not allowed to be mailed packages, although family and friends can order them items and goods through iCare, including various apparel, packaged foods, electronics, and hygienic products.
Inmates need money in their accounts for a variety of things. There is a one-time admission fee of $20 for clothing and linens, as well as a daily $3 fee for food. To pay for these things, any funds in an inmate’s account will be taken out. Inmates who work in jail will have the daily fee waived.
Inmates also need money to pay for making phone calls, sending letters, and to buy items at the commissary store.
Money can be put into an inmate’s account in two ways. One is that funds in the form of a money order can be mailed to an inmate at:
Inmate Trust Fund for (Inmate's Name, Inmate’s #)
Yakima Valley Justice Center C/O Inmate Accounts
202 W Yakima Avenue, Yakima, WA, 98902
Another option is to deposit funds through cash or credit card at a kiosk machine in the Central Booking and Detention Facility and at the Video Visitation Center.
Inmates in Yakima Valley Justice Center can make phone calls, a service hosted through CenturyLink. Family and friends receiving calls can make an account and keep funds loaded on it to receive calls on landlines or cell phones.
The rate of calling varies between in-state and intrastate calling, as well as between prepaid calls, collect calls and prepaid debit calls. The lowest call rate for in-state, prepaid calls is $0.15/minute. The highest rate is $0.25/minute for interstate calls. International calls are prohibited.
Inmates at Yakima Valley Justice Center are allowed video visitation. This type of interaction with inmates is highly encouraged. Inmates are usually allowed three 40-minute visits per week, if not more based on good behavior. Each visit can include up to two visitors at a time.
Friends and family can schedule a visit either at a kiosk in the jail lobby or online by creating an account. All visits must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
As with in-person visits, there are regulations that visitors must follow. When going to the video visitation facility, visitors should only bring their identification with them and arrive 15 minutes early to check in. Do not bring cell phones or any other items except a car key. Dress as you would for an in-person visit – appropriate and modest attire is required. Clothing should cover shoulders, stomach and the top half of the leg and should not contain crude or profane words or images.
|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 to have three visits per week at minimum. Each visit can be with the same people, if desired.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.