Oroville City Jail, WA Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: March 28, 2020
Oroville City Jail

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The Oroville City Jail is a local jail in Commerce, Georgia. The Oroville City Jail serves the entire town.

If you are arrested within the Oroville limits, you will be booked and brought to the Oroville City Jail.

The current police chief is the personnel that oversees the day to day operations here at the Oroville City Jail.

The Oroville City Jail is medium-security city jail. The Oroville City Jail houses adult male and adult female offenders. You should note that the Oroville City Jail is built right off the Oroville Police Department.

Oroville City Jail - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Oroville City Jail

  • Facility Type

    City Jail

  • Address

    1304 Ironwood Street, Oroville, WA, 98844

  • Phone

    509-476-2913

  • City

    Oroville

  • Postal Code

    98844

  • State

    Washington

  • Country

    Okanogan County

  • Facility Name

    Oroville City Jail

  • Facility Type

    City Jail

  • Address

    1304 Ironwood Street, Oroville, WA, 98844

  • Phone

    509-476-2913

  • Country

    Okanogan County

  • City

    Oroville

  • Postal Code

    98844

  • State

    Washington

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Most city jails do not have a lot of room or cells for that matter. They run at a much smaller occupancy than county, state, and federal prisons.

This means the turnaround for offenders being in the Oroville Police Department is exceptionally fast.

If you are looking for an offender that you believe is currently inside the Oroville City Jail, you will need to contact the facility by phone to get the information you are looking for.

Send a Mail/Package

As previously stated, inmates are not in the Oroville City Jail for that long of a period. Offenders will not be permitted to receive letters while they are in the facility. All mail should be held off until they either get released from the facility or they get transferred to their home prison.

Sending Money

As we have previously stated, inmates who are brought to the Oroville City Jail are not expected to be in the facility for long. This in result will mean inmates will not need any funds sent to them to be used while they are in the facility.

The Oroville City Jail will provide all necessary items to the inmate while they are being kept in the jail. There is no commissary in the Oroville City Jail for inmates to purchase items from, so they will not need any money while they are here.

Phone Calls

You are not permitted to call inmates while they are in the Oroville City Jail. But inmates can call you from the facility.

Inmates will only be permitted to call you collect. If you only have a mobile phone, you will not receive the call, unfortunately. If you have a landline phone, you will receive the collect call. You will also need to keep in mind that you are responsible for all fees incurred when answering the inmates call.

Visitation Rules

While an offender is being held in the Oroville City Jail, you can indeed visit them. Visiting hours are daily. You can visit an inmate between Monday to Friday from 8 am to 9 pm and on weekends from 9 am to 3 pm.

Make sure you have your driver’s license and you live all your personal belongings in your car before you come in for visitation.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Thursday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Friday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Sunday
    9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Directions

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