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Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: October 23, 2020
Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14
760-782-3547
32363 Highway 79, Warner Springs, CA, 92086
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The Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 is nestled in Warner Springs, California. The Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 is a minimum and medium-security prison.

The Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 is currently designed to house just around 160 male offenders.

The Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 rehabilitates their inmates through their many programs. These programs include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Narcotics Anonymous

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Educational Programs

  • Vocational Programs

  • Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

Some education and vocational programs consist of the following:

  • Print Shop

  • Maintenance

  • Metal Plant

  • Laundry

  • Welding

  • Painting

Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 — General Information

Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14, State Prison.
Adult, Capacity 160 persons.
32363 Highway 79, Warner Springs, CA, 92086
http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Conservation_Camps/Camps/Puerta_La_Cruz/index.html
760-782-3547

Unlike other state facilities, the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 currently does not have their database full of inmates open to the public.

What does this mean for you trying to search for an offender?

Whether you are trying to locate or find more information about an inmate, you will need to contact the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 directly at the number provided. When contacting the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14, you will need to at least have the inmates full name and their date of birth handy.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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Mail is a great way to keep in contact with an offender while they are in the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14.

The offender is permitted to send and receive letters. All letters will be checked for contraband. If you do not follow the strict guidelines that the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 sets forth, your mail will not make it to the inmate it is addressed to and you may lose mail rights.

Sending Money

Just like nearly every other state facility, the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 uses JPay.

JPay is a great service that allows the inmate to receive their money immediately when a family or friend deposits it in their account. This will allow the inmate to use their money right when they get it rather than having to wait days before it is touchable.

Phone calls

You will not be permitted to contact an offender by via telephone nor will you be permitted to leave them a message. You will be required to wait for an offender to contact you via telephone.

Inmates will be permitted to use the phone. Typically, phones will be available during the daytime hours if the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 is not under a lockdown.

Calls will only be permitted to be 15-minutes in length.

Visitation

Visitors are more than welcome to visit an inmate at the Puerta La Cruz Conservation Camp #14 during the select days.

However, before you can visit an inmate, you will be required to fill out the California Inmate Visitors Application. This application will need to be filled out, submitted, and approved, prior to you being permitted to come in and visit with an inmate.

Visits will be held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between the hours of 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

Visiting Hours

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Saturday:
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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Directions

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