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Cibola County New Mexico Overview
Cibola County is located in the central New Mexico with a county seat of Grants. This county has an area of 4,542 square miles and it was formed in June 19, 1981. It has the population of 27,335 and it is the youngest country of New Mexico. Cibola was created from the western part of formerly much larger Valencia County (taking four-fifth of that). Zip codes in Cibola County include 87357, 87038, 87005, 87040, 87049, 87014, 87051, 87315, 87020 and 87021.
The Sheriff and main lawman of Cibola County is currently Tony Mace. He can be called at (505)876-2040.
Cibola County Sheriff’s Department Address- Albuquerque, NM
Address 1: 114 McBride Road
County: Cibola County
Phone #: 505-876-2040 or 877-898-0097
Fax #: 505-876-2090
Inmate Search in Cibola County Jail:
Cibola County Jail maintains an inmate roster online in which you can locate any inmate quickly and easily in your home. It is also known as Cibola County Detention Center and you can search the database using inmate’s first name and last name. The custody information in Cibola County Detention Center is updated hourly in seven days a week.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures:
There are some important procedures that you should know before visiting an inmate in the Cibola County jail. Some of the rules of the Cibola County Jail are described below:
Visits are 30 minutes. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult visitation is the first full week and last full week of each month.
Cibola County Metropolitan Detention Center Visiting Schedule:
Sunday – Saturday
8:00 am – 11:00 am
1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
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The address of the Jail is: 2000 Cibola Loop, Milan, NM 87021, USA.
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
The New Mexico Department of Public Safety provides the community with a Sex Offender Registry. All sex offenses committed after July 1, 1995 have records available for public viewing. The information provided is intended for community safety purposes. To access the registry visit the online search portal.
The state of New Mexico has outlawed commercial bail bonding. If the defendant you are inquiring about is being detained in New Mexico, contact the county jail directly. A defendant can bail out himself or wait in jail until their trial begins. If a defendant cannot afford bail, a friend or family member can post on their behalf. Remember, however, if your loved one or friend misses a court hearing, you are responsible for the entire amount of the bail and it will not be returned.
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