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La Paz County Jail Overview

La Paz County is a county in the U.S. state of Arizona. La Paz County is located in the western part of Arizona and was established in 1983. The county seat is Parker. The land area is 4,513 sq. miles. The zip codes of La Paz County are 85344, 85346, 85348, 85357, 85359, 85325, 85328, and 85334.

The Sheriff and Chief lawman of La Paz County Jail is currently Sheriff William D. Risen. He can be called at 928-669-6141.

Sheriff’s Department in La Paz, Arizona

Address:
1109 Arizona Avenue
Parker, Arizona 85344
Phone: 928-669-6141

Inmate Search in La Paz County Jail

The La Paz County Jail website doesn’t have any inmate search feature. If you want to search for an inmate, call the jail directly. You can also download the list of all the current inmates incarcerated in the jail by visiting the link below.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

The La Paz County Jail allows inmates regular visits with their family and friends. Each inmate may receive up to two visits per week. Every visit is limited to 30 minutes. Appointments for visits must be made in advance by calling 928-669-5816. Children, below the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Visits may be denied or canceled if the visitor is inappropriately dressed, intoxicated, or shows unruly behaviors. Scheduled visits may be revoked by detention personnel for the safety and security of the facility.

Visitations Hours

Males: Wednesdays & Saturday – 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Females: Tuesday & Sunday – 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Sending Mail To Inmates

(Inmates Name)
La Paz County Adult Detention Facility
1111 Arizona Ave.
Parker, AZ 85344

Sending Funds To Inmates

Money can be sent by visitors to inmates by mail. Only cash and money orders are accepted.

Working at La Paz County Jail or Sheriff’s Office

Position: Sheriff’s Deputy
Annual Salary Range: $39,000 – $54,181
Location: La Paz County

Duties:

Patrol County in a radio vehicle or on foot; answer calls for the protection of life and property and the enforcement of County ordinances and State laws; conduct both preliminary and follow-up investigations of disturbances, , burglaries, thefts, holdups, and other criminal incidents; maintain contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems; maintain good relationships with the general public.

Make arrests as necessary; interview victims, complainants, and witnesses; interrogate suspects; gather and preserve evidence; testify and present evidence in court; Prepare reports of arrests made, investigations conducted, and unusual incidents observed.

Experience and Education:
Completion of the 12th grade (or equivalent)
Completed specialized training by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Board

Licenses or Certificates:
Must have a valid Arizona driver’s license
Must have a basic certificate issued by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board

Employee Benefits For Deputy Sheriff:

  • 10 paid holidays per year
  • Uniform Allowance: $1,200.00 per year
  • Annual Vacation
  • Sick Leave: 80 hours per year
  • Health Insurance
  • Equipment Issued: Take home patrol unit, body armor, handgun, shotgun, rifle, taser, holster, magazine holder, etc.

    To Apply:
    Call 928-669-6141
    Or mail to:
    La Paz County Sheriff’s Office
    Application
    1109 Arizona Avenue
    Parker, AZ 85344

    Sex Offender Search and Lookup

    Sex offenders are individuals who have been doomed of a sex-related crime. Rape, prostitution, sexual assault, child pornography, sex trafficking, and sexual abuse all fall under the definition of sex crimes. Sex offenders are required to get registered with the state or county’s sex offender register. Those who don’t register with the state may be charged with a felony. You can get the list of sex offenders registered with the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office by going to

    Bail and Bondsman

    Bail is money or property that is deposited to the court by a defendant who is in custody and charged. The judge decides the amount and type of bail at the first court appearance. A court will consider the defendant’s individual circumstances when setting bail. Excluding murder and certain violent felonies, a judge sets the amount of bail to yield the accused person enough incentive to return voluntarily to the rest of his or her court obligations. A defendant who has been caught for a crime will usually be held in custody until some form of bail has been posted. The bail is the defendant’s guarantee to return and be present at all court proceedings. Otherwise, they wait in jail. Contact a bail bondsman if you do not have enough money to post bail yourself and to get more information on the bail process. Be prepared to pay a fee for the use of their services.

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    La Paz County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined226
    Avg Daily Population190
    Name of new facilitynot applicable
    Full time payroll40
    Full time total employees40
    Total salaries and wages1792700
    Other operating expenditures876259
    Total construction costs94300
    Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
    Year of original construction1995
    Year of major renovationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable

    Address: 1109 ARIZONA AVENUE PARKER CITY AZ 85344

    La Paz County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 20168,493
    Number Employed Annual Average, 20167,985
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016508
    Unemployment Rate, 20166.0
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 201534,835
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    La Paz County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 20144,398
    Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201522.2
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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