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King County Jail (Seattle Division), WA Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

Updated on: November 28, 2022
King County Jail (Seattle  Division)
206-296-1234
500 Fifth AvenuePO Box 34987, Seattle, WA, 98124-4987
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The King County Jail (Seattle Division) is in Seattle, Washington.

First and foremost, the King County Sheriff’s Department is the agency that is responsible for maintaining and managing the King County Jail (Seattle Division).

Inmates in the King County Jail (Seattle Division) are either going through their trial or the inmates have already been sentenced and they are serving out their time. Inmates in the King County Jail (Seattle Division) can either be adult male or adult females who were given less than 2 years on their sentences.

The King County Jail (Seattle Division) receives new inmates daily. Inmates also are released from the King County Jail (Seattle Division) on a regular basis since this facility keeps inmates who have just been arrested or inmates who are going through their trials.

There are select inmates in the King County Jail (Seattle Division) that can have a work assignment. These work assignments are jobs within the four walls of the facility. Inmates can either be an orderly, laundry attendant, or kitchen staff member. Inmates who have a work assignment will be paid a small salary. They can use this small salary in the commissary.

King County Jail (Seattle Division) — General Information

King County Jail (Seattle Division), County Jail.
Adult, Capacity 1000 persons.
500 Fifth AvenuePO Box 34987, Seattle, WA, 98124-4987
http://www.kingcounty.gov/courts/detention/adult_detention/KCCF.aspx
206-296-1234

King County Sheriff Regional Justice Center Office

Address: 401 4th Avenue North, Kent, Washington, 98032

Phone: 206-296-7549

Website: website

The King County Jail (Seattle Division) does not have their inmate roster made available to the public. So, if you are looking for information on an inmate that you think is in the King County Jail (Seattle Division), you will need to contact the King County Jail (Seattle Division).

You can also get in touch with the King County Sheriff’s Department as well to get the latest information on an inmate who is in the custody of the King County Jail (Seattle Division).

Before calling you should have the inmate’s name along with their date of birth handy, to make it easier for the officer to help you locate who you are looking for.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

Inmates can also receive letters from their loved ones while they are in the custody of the King County Jail (Seattle Division).

You will need to mail them to the following address:

Inmates Name/Jail ID number

Cell Housing Number

King County Jail (Seattle Division)

500 Fifth AvenuePO Box 34987, Seattle, WA, 98124-4987

Sending Money

Inmates in the King County Jail (Seattle Division) will need money whether it is to purchase items from the commissary or pay for their court fees.

You can come on down to the King County Jail (Seattle Division) to use the kiosk located in the facilities lobby to deposit money. The kiosk takes cash, credit, and debit card payments.

If you do not live local to the King County Jail (Seattle Division), you can call 206-296-1234 and you can make a credit card or debit card payment over the phone into the inmate’s account.

You can also use GTL’s Connect Network website to make payments as well. You will need to create an account to deposit money.

If you are old-fashioned, you can send a money order through the mail. You will need to make the money order payable to the King County Jail (Seattle Division) Commissary. You will need to also put the gallery number, inmate’s name, date of birth, and cell housing unit on the money order as well.

You will then need to mail this money order to the following address:

Inmate Account Manager

Inmate’s Name/Gallery number

Cell Housing Number

King County Jail (Seattle Division)

500 Fifth AvenuePO Box 34987, Seattle, WA, 98124-4987

Phone calls

The King County Jail (Seattle Division) allows inmates to make collect calls to their loved ones back home. These calls will be monitored and recorded. You will not be permitted to use any of your phone features such as call waiting, call forwarding, or three-way calling.

All calls will be limited to 15-minutes. This is to allow all inmate the chance to use the telephones, if they choose to.

Visitation

For you to visit an inmate in the King County Jail (Seattle Division), you will need to schedule an appointment. To schedule an appointment, you will need to call 206-296-1234. You can schedule an appointment between 10:30 am to 3:30 pm, seven days a week.

You should know that inmates are only permitted to having two visits every calendar month. In your party, you can only have one child visit at a time.

You will need to have a government-issued identification card with you and your children’s birth certificates.

If you must cancel your visitation appointment, you will need to do so at least two hours in advance. If you fail to show up two times in a calendar month or 3 times in a row, you may lose your privilege to visit at the King County Jail (Seattle Division).

Visiting Hours

Monday:
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Tuesday:
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Wednesday:
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Thursday:
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday:
7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday:
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Sunday:
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Holiday:

Directions

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