Navajo County Jail 100 E. Carter Drive PO Box 668 Holbrook, Arizona
86025 (P) (928) 524-4300 (F) (928) 524-4773
NAVAJO COUNTY JAIL HOLBROOK JAIL INFORMATION
The Navajo County Jail is located in Holbrook, Arizona; a historic wild west town whose
past is decorated with shootouts, hangings, cowboy gangs and classic feuds between ranchers and sheep growers.
The Holbrook Jail is a 444 bed facility with an operating capacity of 350 beds. The jail also houses 44 Department of
Corrections (DOC) inmates and 68 Bureau of Prison (BOP) inmates.
Visitation is held from
1:00 - 5:00 PM daily as per the Navajo County Jail's visitation schedule. Visitors must sign up between the hours of 12:30 and 4:00 PM.
Info: (928) 524-4450 Old Jail lobby: (928) 524-4123 New Jail Lobby:
County Inmate Housing
Navajo County Sheriff's Office publishes a convenient on-line database of Navajo County Inmates housed at the Navajo County Jail in Holbrook. The database is updated every three hours. General
Info: (928) 524-4450
Navajo County Jail Initial Appearance
Initial appearances (IAs) are
held at the Navajo County Jail within 24 hours of a person's arrest. Those arrested with misdemeanor charges
may be bonded out prior to their IA. Those arrested on Felony charges are not bondable until their IA.
Defendants typically appear before the Judge via video transmission at the jail or in person at the Court.
Putting Money on Inmate's Books
Inmates are able to purchase food, personal hygiene items, paper, stamps, envelopes and clothing from the jail commissary. Cash, Cashier's Check or Money Orders may delivered in person to the new or old visitation lobby. You may also send Money Orders or Cashier's Checks through the mail made payable to the inmate. Funds must be placed on the Inmate's account no later than Monday at noon.
Money may also be placed on an inmate's book via online deposit through Access Corrections
NAVAJO COUNTY COURTS & LEGAL SYSTEM
Navajo County Justice Courts PRECINCT 01 HOLBROOK Justice of the Peace: Ralph Hatch
121 W. Buffalo Holbrook,
AZ 86025 (P) (928) 524-4720 (F) (928) 524-4725
We are an Arizona bail bond agency providing Navajo County bail bonds to the Holbrook Jail. Our large affiliate network allows us to provide bail bond service anywhere in Arizona or the
United States. Our bail bond agents provide rapid release service from the Navajo County Jail; we can post surety
bonds or cash-only bail bonds - any denomination.
We can handle long distance transactions for those who are
unable to come to Flagstaff; we accept cash, credit cards, MoneyGrams, wire transfers, and deposits. Feel free to call
us for general information on an inmate's bond and charges, or you may use our bail bond inquiry form.
Bail Bond Service
Phone: Office:(928) 779-1999 Cell: (928) 853-5852
Jail: Holbrook Office:
165 W. Hopi Dr, #3 Holbrook, AZ
Holbrook Jail: 100 E Carter Holbrook, AZ
Coconino County Jail: Flagstaff Office:
602 E. Butler Ave, #2B Holbrook, AZ
Flagstaff jail 951 E. Sawmill Road
Yavapai County Jails: Camp Verde Office: Camp Verde
Jail 3505 W. Highway 260 Camp Verde, AZ Prescott
Office: Prescott JailPrescott Office:
Prescott Jail 255 E Gurley Prescott, AZ
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Bail Bond Process
learn about the bail bond process or to find out what we will need to bail someone out of jail, read our bail bond process page.
discreet response concerning the status of a friend or loved one, incarcerated in a Northern Arizona jail, submit our Bail Enquiry Form.
NAVAJO COUNTY JAIL JURISDICTION
The jurisdictional area of Navajo
County Jail includes the following towns and communities.
Holbrook, Winslow, Show Low, Snowflake, Taylor, Pinetop, Lakeside, Lake of the Woods, Linden,
Heber, Overgaard, Pinedale, Shumway, Woodruff, Joseph City, Lisitzky Subdivision, Sierra Plaza Subdivision, Silver Creek,
Snowflake, Sun Valley, Woodruff, Zeniff, White Mountain Lakes Estates, Wagon Wheel.
Individuals arrested on the Navajo, Hopi, or Apache Reservations are subject to Tribal Courts, laws, and jails.