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  1. When is an inmate going to court?
  2. Can you give an inmate a message?
  3. Can you tell me if I have any warrants for my arrest?
  4. How do I give an inmate money to purchase items?
  5. What is the mailing address?
  6. How do I find out a persons visiting days and times?
  7. Can you give me the phone number to the City Jail?
  8. Someone got released in court today, when will he/she be getting out?
  9. I bailed someone out, when will he/she be released?
  10. I have a complaint, what do I do?
  11. I want to make a suggestion or I have a compliment for an employee or the department?
  12. I wish to make a Public Disclosure Request, how do I do that?

When is an inmate going to court?   
The jail does not provide court date and time information as it is always changing, instead we ask that you contact the court that will be hearing the case.  Some of the court contact information is below:

Yakima County District Court – 574-1804 ( Court Calendar )
Yakima County Superior Court – 574-2700
Yakima Municipal Court – 575-6200 (follow the prompts)
Wapato Municipal Court – 877-6269
Sunnyside Municipal Court – 839-4427
Selah Municipal Court – 698-7329
Union Gap Municipal Court - 574-1804
Toppenish Municipal Court – 865-5959
Grandview Municipal Court – 882-9202
Granger Municipal Court – 854-2656
Moxee Municipal Court – 575-8851
Zillah Municipal Court – 829-3543
Yakama Nation Tribal Court – 865-2933

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Can you give an inmate a message?
No, we are not able to deliver routine messages to inmates.   Inmates have access to a phone to place collect calls and you can also send them a letter.

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Can you tell me if I have any warrants for my arrest?
No, we cannot release that information, you will need to contact your local law enforcement agency.

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How do I give an inmate money to purchase items?
Funds mailed in to inmates shall be in an envelope addressed to the jail and must state the inmate’s name, location, and resident or booking number. “FOR DEPOSIT ONLY” must be clearly marked on the outside of the envelope. Funds may be placed on an inmate’s trust account by mailing to the jail a Cashier’s Check (official check) or money order written out to the “Yakima County Jail” along with the inmate’s name and jail resident or booking number.

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What is the mailing address?

Main Facility - 111 N Front Street, Yakima, WA 98901

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How do I find out a person’s visiting days and times?
Find the inmates housing location on the Current Inmate List and then view the Visiting Schedule

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Can you give me the phone number to the City Jail?
The phone numbers to most Jails in Washington State are listed here:
http://www.waspc.org/index.php?c=Washington%20Jails

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Someone got released in court today, when will he/she be getting out?
When the paperwork is delivered to our Records Department, the staff will process data in the order it was received.  Delays of  6 hours or more can be expected.

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I bailed someone out, when will he/she be released?
When the paperwork is delivered to our Records Department, the staff will process data in the order it was received.  Delays of  6 hours or more can be expected.

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I have a complaint, what do I do?
You need to go to the Main Facility Lobby at 111 N Front Street and ask the Officer working for a Public Complaint Form.

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I want to make a suggestion or I have a compliment for an employee or the department?
Send an email with your suggestion or compliment to doc@co.yakima.wa.us .

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I wish to make a Public Disclosure Request, how do I do that?
Contact the Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Corporate Counsel Division at 509-574-1200.  They will explain the process and get you the proper forms.

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