Spokane Community Justice Center Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: April 12, 2022
Spokane Community Justice Center

509-363-2720

715 E Sprague, Suite 107, Spokane, WA, 99202

http://doc.wa.gov/corrections/community/justice-centers/locations.htm#spokane

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The Spokane Community Justice Center is situated in Spokane, Washington. The Spokane Community Justice Center is a level 3 state facility.

What does a level 3 state facility mean, you ask? A level 3 state facility is where the Spokane Community Justice Center will house medium-security classified inmates.

The Spokane Community Justice Center has the space to house nearly 100 inmates waiting for trial..

The Spokane Community Justice Center encourages the inmates in their facility to participate in the programs they have to offer. The Spokane Community Justice Center offers these programs for inmates to help better themselves, so they can be better members of society upon their release.

Spokane Community Justice Center — General Information

Facility Name Spokane Community Justice Center
Facility Type State Prison
Address 715 E Sprague, Suite 107, Spokane, WA, 99202
Phone 509-363-2720
City Spokane
Postal Code 99202
State Washington
County Spokane County
Official Website http://doc.wa.gov/corrections/community/justice-centers/locations.htm#spokane

Inmate Search

Locating an inmate in the Spokane Community Justice Center is a simple task now. You can locate the inmate and locate the information you need within a few minutes.

The Washington Department of Corrections is the agency that will have the inmate roster. The inmate roster is updated daily. If you have any questions on the information that you see or want to get a better explanation about something, you will want to get in touch with the Spokane Community Justice Center.

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

Sending mail to the Spokane Community Justice Center is easier than you think. You just need to ensure that everything you send is not going to harm anyone and that it is well within the guidelines that the facility set forth.

Sending Money

The Spokane Community Justice Center has a few different options when you are needing to send money to an inmate.

You can, of course, use JPay. JPay will be the easiest and quickest way you can send money to an inmate in the Spokane Community Justice Center.

If time is not a problem, you can fill out this form and mail a money order to the following address:

Inmate Trust Fund

715 E Sprague, Suite 107, Spokane, WA, 99202

You are also more than welcome to use Western Union as well to deposit funds into the inmate's commissary account.

Phone calls

While an inmate is in the Spokane Community Justice Center, you will not be able to pick up the phone and leave them a message. You will need to wait until your phone for them to call you. When they call you, you will have 15 recorded minutes to talk to them.

You will need to refrain from using your phone features when you are on the line with them.

Visitation

When an inmate is first brought into the Spokane Community Justice Center, they will be required to fill out a visitor list. The inmate must add you to the visitor list for you to be able to visit them.

When you are added to the visitor list, you will get sent an application and other paperwork that you will be required to fill out. This paperwork is vital for you to fill out as quickly as possible.

The visiting schedule at the Spokane Community Justice Center changes quite often. You will want to check here for the latest schedule.

Visiting Hours

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

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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