Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit Inmate Search and Prison Information
Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit offender lookup: Received Date, Booking Date, Case #, Received Date, Charges, Court Type, Inmate Roster, Mugshots, Status, Warrant No, Court, Last Name, Criminal Records, Bond, Who's in jail, Bookings, Release Date, Arrests, Defendant Record, Court Record.
Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Unit is a level 5 security facility that was opened in May 1998, and it serves as an intake facility. A level 5 security facility is just below “maximum security”. The prison is part of the Arizona Department of Corrections, and it is located in Pima County, Arizona.
Inmates at this prison often have long sentences, including life sentences and/or multiple life sentences.
There are four-armed guard towers at the facility, as well as multiple razor ribbon fences.
- Facility Name
- Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit
- Facility Type
- State Prison
- 10000 South Wilmot, Tucson, AZ, 85734
- Postal Code
- Pima County
- Official Website
- Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday Closed
- Wednesday Closed
- Thursday Closed
- Friday Closed
- Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
- Holiday Closed
You can use the offender locator at the Arizona Department of Corrections to find an inmate. It can be found here.
You can search the inmate in Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit by using the offender’s first name and last name. If you do not have this information, you can use the first letter of the first name and the last name.
You also should keep in mind that there are situations in which inmates are moved. If you do not have this information, you can locate an inmate using their seven-digit Offender ID #.
Sending a Mail
There are strict procedures when it comes to sending mail to an inmate in a federal prison, and such is the case with Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit. You can use the address below to send mail to federal inmates at Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit:
Inmate Name, ID Number
Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit
10000 South Wilmot, Tucson, AZ, 85734
Public Records Online Search
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There are various ways in which friends and family members can send money to inmates at Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit. The funds are then used for commissary, and these funds then help inmates obtain paper, food, postage, snacks, and more.
However, it should be noted that inmates may have a small percentage of incoming deposits allocated to debts (such as restitution, for example). Of course, that percentage might also go towards inmate fines, as well.
Here is the information required when it comes to sending money to Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit:
The name of the inmate
The inmate ID number
The inmate’s location
How To Send Money
If you would like to send money to an inmate at Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit online, it can be accomplished through JPay.com. There are fees (may be up to as much as $9.95) depending on how much money is sent. A debit or credit card can be used.
JPay can be used to send money through the phone, as well. The fees may be as high as $10.95, depending on the amount of money that is sent. Your inmate’s “trust fund” account can be funded by calling this number: 520-574-0024.
Deposit funds through the mail. You must obtain a postal money order from any US Post Office, and the money order has to be payable to “JPAY”. The inmate’s name and ID number must be included in the “memo” section of the money order.
You can also send money to an inmate at any Moneygram location. A flat fee of $6.95 must be paid by using either a debit card or credit card.
It should be noted that phone calls from inmates at Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit can be costly, but inmates are actually allowed 300 minutes per month, and an extra 100 minutes for the holidays (November and December specifically).
Visiting hours are only conducted on Saturdays and Sundays at Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Unit, and there is no no set schedule. Since the prison utilizes a rotating schedule, the facility will need to be contacted for visitation purposes.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.