Arizona Department of Corrections (ADCRR) WINSLOW

State Prison

Last Updated: March 04, 2024
2100 S Hwy 87, St. Johns, AZ 86047

ADCRR-Winslow is for State Prison offenders sentenced anywhere from one year to life by the State Court in the county where the charges were filed

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You can support your loved ones at ADCRR-Winslow on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 928-289-9551.

Located at 2100 S Hwy 87 in St. Johns, AZ, ADCRR-Winslow carefully assigns inmates based on their custody level, considering factors like criminal history. ADCRR-Winslow offers diverse educational and vocational programs aimed at equipping offenders for successful reintegration into society and reducing recidivism. Through these initiatives, inmates gain skills and confidence, fostering personal growth and resilience.

When someone you care about ends up in a state prison, it can be tough to navigate the ins and outs of the system. From figuring out how to stay in touch to understanding what you can do to make their time easier, it can feel overwhelming. That's where this webpage comes in handy. It's here to help you get the lowdown on Arizona Department of Corrections (ADCRR) WINSLOW so you can stay connected and support your loved one during their time inside.

While incarcerated, reading is often the best use of time. Please note that books and magazines, puzzles, and word searches ordered for inmates must come directly from the publisher. This policy ensures that the items are new, untampered, and comply with the facility's regulations. Prisons and jails enforce this rule to prevent the introduction of contraband or prohibited materials. By restricting orders to publishers, the facility can better maintain security and control over the content entering the institution. Any books or magazines not received directly from the publisher will be rejected and not delivered to the inmate.

ADCRR-Winslow, nestled in Navajo County, stands as one of the 13 prison facilities overseen by the Arizona Department of Corrections. Located 203 miles northwest of Phoenix, this correctional institution plays a pivotal role in the state's justice system.

Comprising a minimum security unit near St. Johns, ADCRR-Winslow boasts an inmate capacity of approximately 1,928 individuals distributed across 3 housing units and 2 special housing units, spanning security levels 2, 4, and 5. The facility utilizes a score classification system to determine the appropriate custody and security level for each inmate, with scores ranging from 1 to 5, reflecting varying degrees of risk or need. ASPC-Winslow operates as a medium to high-security prison, ensuring the safe and secure confinement of its residents.

Situated adjacent to State Highway 87, ASPC-Winslow stands three miles south of the city of Winslow, serving as a cornerstone of Arizona's correctional infrastructure. The facility's history dates back to groundbreaking ceremonies in 1985, with construction spanning from 1986 to 1990. Currently, the Kaibab unit boasts 800 general population beds alongside 39 detention beds, while the Coronado unit comprises 492 beds. Additionally, the Apache unit, incorporated into the Winslow Complex in 1995, adds 334 minimum beds and 12 detention beds to the facility's capacity.

The administration teams at ASPC-Winslow are dedicated to reducing relapse, revocation, and recidivism among residents. By fostering accountability and responsibility while encouraging educational pursuits, the facility aims to equip individuals with the skills and resources necessary for successful reintegration into the community. Each unit within the complex prioritizes quality programming, education, and resident-engaged activities to enhance life skills and promote positive transformation.

Programs at ADCRR-Winslow are tailored to facilitate rehabilitation and skill development among residents:

**Work Crews:** The Coronado and Apache units offer residents the opportunity to participate in various off-site work crews, contributing to community betterment and beautification projects. These crews, including the Wildland Fire crew, Healthy Forest Initiative crew, and Arizona Department of Transportation crew, enable residents to acquire new job skills and techniques while serving the local community. The Kaibab unit focuses on education and vocational training, equipping residents with the skills needed for gainful employment, including food preparation certifications, warehouse management, landscaping, and construction skills.

**Education:** ADCRR-Winslow provides a diverse array of academic and life skills programs aimed at empowering residents. These programs, overseen by certified teachers, encompass Functional Literacy, High School Diploma, General Equivalency Diploma (GED), and Peer-to-Peer GED initiatives. Additionally, the Coronado unit offers work-based education programs such as CTE Masonry, while both the Coronado and Kaibab units provide online Associate Degree programs through Central Arizona College, offering degrees in Business, Arts, and General Studies.

**Treatment & Self-Improvement Programs:** Treatment programs at ADCRR-Winslow include medical and mental health counseling, NA/AA meetings, recreational activities, self-paced workouts, and various self-improvement classes such as Changing Offender Behavior, Re-Entry, Courage to Change, and Positive Parenting Program. These programs, facilitated by qualified staff and fellow residents, aim to address substance abuse, promote mental wellness, and foster personal growth and development. Additionally, the Apache unit offers a Substance Abuse Moderate Treatment Program led by a Senior Correctional Substance Abuse Counselor.

In conclusion, ADCRR-Winslow stands as a vital institution within Arizona's correctional system, providing comprehensive programs and services aimed at promoting rehabilitation, education, and successful reintegration into society for its residents. Through a combination of accountability, education, and support, the facility strives to empower individuals to lead fulfilling and productive lives beyond incarceration.

Inmate Locator

ADCRR-Winslow maintains a database of current inmates and their locations within the system. To locate an inmate, begin by using the DOC locator tool, which requires entering the first three letters of the inmate's first and last name, allowing for variations in spelling.

If unable to locate the desired information through free resources, users may opt to use the Arrest Record Search, which requires payment. While this option incurs a small fee, it provides access to the most up-to-date data available.

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Visitation Information

ADCRR-Winslow Visitation Schedule 2024.pdf

The general population medium/close custody schedule is:
8: 00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
On Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays (New Year, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Valentine's Day)

Check-in time is between 7:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
There will be no visits permitted after the 2:30 p.m. check-in time.
Once the visitor has left the visitation area, they are not permitted back in.
Visits for Detention Inmates are held as non-contact.
The non-contact visitation hours are for 2 hours between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
All non-contact visits must be scheduled at least 72 hours Monday through Friday before the visit by contacting the Visitation Officer.
Visits are held on Tuesday and Thursday

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