COCONINO COUNTY JAIL
The Coconino County Jail is a regional holding facility in Flagstaff, which houses both sentenced
and un-sentenced misdemeanor and felony adult offenders. The Flagstaff facility has an operating capacity of 477 beds, which
is 80% of the total 596 available beds. There also is a 24-bed, short term holding facility in Page. The facility in Page
is used to temporarily house people arrested in the northern part of the state before transporting to the Flagstaff facility.
Coconino County Jail houses inmates for local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and courts in Northern Arizona.
The number one objective of the Detention Division staff is to provide a safe and secure environment for inmates and staff,
while guaranteeing the Constitutional rights of those being held. This in turn is an important part of community safety and
quality of life.
There are several programs that provide services and ensure rights to Flagstaff inmates, including:
Medical and Counseling Services, Mental Health Services, Kitchen Services, Laundry Services, Juvenile Education Services,
Adult Education & Special Education Services, Library Services, Video Court Services, Attorney Video Visitation Services,
Civil Rights Attorney Services, Health and Well-Being Services, Substance Abuse Programs, Religious Programs, Native American
Programs, Inmate Work Programs, and Commissary Services. Volunteers for Detention Facility Programs should contact 928-226-5211.
Coconino County Jail's newest program is called Exodus - an In-Custody Drug
and Alcohol Treatment Program. For more information on this treatment program, contact 928-226-5338.
FOR IMMEDIATE BAIL BOND HELP CALL
Contact Information for the Coconino County Jails in Flagstaff and Page
Phone Administration: (928) 226-5081 / (928) 226-5067
951 E. Sawmill Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 226-5200
713 Tunnel Rd / PO Box 7445
Page, AZ 86040
Phone: (928) 645-8873
Lobby / Visitation - Flagstaff
Visitors need to arrive between:
and 11:30 am
1:00 and 4:30 pm
7:00 and 8:30 pm
/ Visitation - Page
Person in Custody (Booking)
Person transferred to Dept of Corrections
Person no longer in Custody (Records)
Put Money on the Books for an Inmate
EXODUS - Drug & Alcohol Treatment
Inmate Programs / Chaplain
Juvenile Detention / Court
Don't Waste Time Get'em Out Now!
Posting Bail at Coconino County Jail Bonds may be posted 24 hours
per day for inmates incarcerated at the jails in Flagstaff and Page. Between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday
through Friday, bonds must be posted at the Courts; all other times, bonds may be posted directly at the jail.
Unless you are going through a bail bondsman, the full amount of the bail must be posted in cash.
If you do not have the full bail amount you may use a licensed bondsman (see list of qualified bail bond companies below).
Licensed bondsman will charge a fee between 10-15% of the bond amount. Bail Bond agents will also require that you put
up collateral that will be held as security for the bond.
Credit Card Bail Service
Fast and Convenient
The quickest means of getting an inmate out of jail is to use a credit card.
Your card can be charged for not only the 10% fee but also for the full amount of bail so you won't need to struggle
with collateral. When the case is over and the bond has been exonerated, you will receive a refund of the bail
amount (10% fee is non-refundable).
Call for details (928) 779-0357
If you need general information from the Jail, including,
visitation, criminal charges and/or bail bonds, please call:
Jail Booking at (928) 226-5245.
If you would like to bond an inmate out of jail please call (928) 779-0357, or fill out the Inmate
Inquiry Form below. An agent will contact you by phone.
Tallini Bail Bonds: (928) 779-0357
Coconino County Approved Bail Bondsmen
Only Bail Bonds: (928) 773-1997
Navapache Bail Bonds: (928) 779-1999
Flagstaff's Cheapest Bail Bonds:
Freedom Bail Bonds: (928) 532-0878
Outlaw Bail Bonds: (928) 524-2245
Inmate Telephone Service at the Coconino County Jail and Page Holding Facility
Additional information about Telmate's inmate calling service, can be found by clicking the
following link: http://www.telmate.com/
Coconino County Sheriff's Office has contracted with Telmate
to provide telephone services to inmates and their family/friends with easy-to-use inmate telephone calling services at affordable
rates. To help Coconino County inmates stay connected with the outside world, Telmate provides the following multiple calling
1. Collect Calls - Inmate places a collect call that is accepted
and paid for by the party they are calling e.g. the friends and family members.
*Note: Inmates CANNOT make Collect Calls
to Cell Phones, Business Phones or numbers that are blocked from receiving collect calls.
2. Destination Number Prepaid Account - Prepaid call accounts are set up by the called party (e.g. the inmate's
family/friends.) to eliminate the problem of collect call blocks. Inmates can place prepaid calls to cell phones, office phones,
hospitals and other commercial phone numbers that normally do not accept collect calls. When an inmate calls the end user,
the call charges are deducted from the called party's prepaid account.
3. Inmate Prepaid Account - Friends and Family add money to an inmate's prepaid account, allowing the inmate to call
any unblocked number they choose. Inmate Family/Friends and others can easily and quickly set up a Prepaid Call Account, add
money to an Inmate Prepaid Account, or Inmate Trust account by one of the following methods:
• Call Telmate toll-free at 1-866-516-0115
• Via Telmate's Website at http://www.telmate.com/
• Via Facility Kiosk located in the lobby at The Coconino County Detention Facility and Page Holding Facility
*Note: Telmate allows a ONE TIME, 1-MINUTE
Complimentary Free call between the inmate and the called party when the number that the inmate is trying to call is blocked
from receiving collect calls.
Blocking / Unblocking Numbers: Telmate's inmate telephone
service allows you to block your number so that inmates at the Coconino County Detention Facility and Page Holding Facility
cannot call your number.
For any Customer Service Issues
regarding Inmate Telephone Services, please contact Telmate at 1-866-516-0115
INMATE VOICE MAIL
Friends and Family can now leave inmates' a voice mail message
up to 3 minutes for only $1.25. Just call 1-866-516-0115 and follow the prompts.