Curry County Jail, OR Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

Updated on: December 21, 2020
Curry County Jail

541-247-3242

29808 Colvin Street, Gold Beach, OR, 97444

http://www.oregonsheriffs.org/curry.htm

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The Curry County Jail is in Gold Beach, Oregon. The Curry County Jail only will house females and males over the age of 18.

The Curry County Jail is a medium-security county facility. The Curry County Jail is home to 55 beds.

Most of the offenders in the Curry County Jail is waiting for their trial or also known as pre-trial detainees.

There will be a handful of offenders within the Curry County Jail that is serving a sentence. When an offender is serving out a sentence in the Curry County Jail, they will have less than 24 months.

Curry County Jail — General Information

Facility Name Curry County Jail
Facility Type County Jail
Capacity 55
Address 29808 Colvin Street, Gold Beach, OR, 97444
Phone 541-247-3242
City Gold Beach
Postal Code 97444
State Oregon
County Curry County
Official Website http://www.oregonsheriffs.org/curry.htm

Curry County Sheriff's Office

Address PO Box 681, Gold Beach, Oregon, 97444
Fax 541-247-6893
Email [email protected]

Inmate Search

The Curry County Jail does not have its inmate list on the web. You will have to call the facility with your questions about an inmate. The correctional officer will ask you for the inmate’s name and date of birth.

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

You will be allowed to send photos and letters to an inmate in the Curry County Jail. These items will be required to be sent to the Curry County Jail by the United States Postal Service.

Sending Money

You can send money to an inmate in the Curry County Jail using JailATM.com. This is like the popular service of JPay. You will need to create an account, prior to being permitted to send money to the inmate.

You can also mail a money order through USPS to the Curry County Jail as well.

Phone calls

Combined Public Communications is the phone service in the Curry County Jail.

You will be required to create an account and choose the plan you want to have. It is up to you to do this quickly, so you do not miss any time where an inmate can contact you.

Inmates will also have the chance to call you collect as well. If the inmate calls you collect, you will be the one responsible for those fees for that phone call, not the Curry County Jail.

Visitation

To be eligible to visit an offender in the Curry County Jail, you will be required to have a photo ID and be a minimum of 18 years of age. If you are under the age of 18, you will need to come to the Curry County Jail with your legal guardian.

You will need to behave when visiting an inmate, if you are disturbing other visitors, you may be asked to leave and even banned from visiting the Curry County Jail.

All visits are by appointment only. When making an appointment, you will need to add everyone that will be visiting the inmate. If you are not on the appointment, you will not be allowed to visit the inmate.

Visitation for Class D females will be permitted to have only a single contact visit each week. These visits can be held on Wednesdays and Sundays from 8 pm to 8:30 pm and 8:45 pm to 9:15 pm.

All visitation will happen at the old courthouse located at:

29808 Colvin Street, Gold Beach, OR, 97444

Visiting Hours

Monday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Sunday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

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