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Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit

Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: June 18, 2020
State
Arizona
Type
State Prison
Location
10000 South Wilmot, Tucson, AZ, 85734
County
Pima County
City
Tucson
Postal Code
85734
Phone Number
520-574-0024
Official Website
http://www.azcorrections.gov/prisons/Prisca_Prisons_Tucson.aspx

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About Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit

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Situated in Tucson, Arizona is home to the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit is classified as a medium and minimum-security state facility.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit only houses adult male inmates.

You should note that the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit is composed of a few different multi-story buildings. The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit is nestled on 52 acres of land. The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit has six-story tower. This six-story tower is where the inmates are housed.

You should note that the inmates are housed in multiple people cell blocks. However, those inmates who are dangerous or at a security risk will be housed in one of the 48 single cells located in the administrative segregation unit.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit comes equipped with a medical facility. The medical facility will treat inmate’s health issues. The medical facility also has an on-site dental clinic as well.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Cimarron Unit has a top-notch program known as the New Direction. This program is a 28-day intensive treatment for alcohol and drug addiction.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

You will be permitted to communicate with an inmate in the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit through letters.

Inmates can send you letters. You can send inmates letters.

You can also send inmates books, photographs, newspapers, and even magazines as well. All books will need to be new and paperback. These items will be required to be sent to the facility from the publisher or bookstore.

Keep in mind that everything that you send to the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit will also be opened and examined prior to the correctional staff giving it to the inmate it is addressed to. The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit does this to ensure nothing is coming in the facility that should not be.

Sending Money

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit uses JPay.

What is JPay you may ask?

JPay is a website and/or software where it allows the family and friends to easily deposit money into the account within a few minutes.

You should note that the JPay also will incur a fee when you use their service. You will also be able to deposit money by calling JPay as well.

Phone calls

Phone calls are the best time of the day for inmates. Phone calls at the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit are going to be capped at 15-minutes.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit wants to ensure that every offender has every chance to use the phone.

All outgoing calls from the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Cimarron Unit will be recorded and monitored for safety.

Directions

Location
10000 South Wilmot, Tucson, AZ, 85734
Phone Number
520-574-0024

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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