The Yuma County Detention Center operates and manages its own Inmate Commissary Store. The profits from commissary sales and telephone use are used to purchase items used by the inmates. No tax dollars are used to subsidize the inmate purchases, which include library books, educational supplies, and inmate supplies such as televisions, VCR’s, recreational equipment and the inmate Law Library.
Inmates can not have clothing or other items dropped off to them. Inmates can purchase T-shirts, underwear and socks through the Detention Center Commissary. Inmates can also purchase items such as writing paper, stamps, envelopes, snacks and hygiene items through the Detention Center Commissary.
Clothing for trial appearances can be dropped off only after the inmate has submitted a request and the request has been approved. See Inmate Property for more information
Commissary On-Line Ordering
Some commissary items, in limited quantities, may now be purchased on-line and sent to an inmate. The Yuma County Detention Center uses Access Securepak to provide commissary items to inmates once a week.
Access Securepak is a program designed to allow family members and friends to send packages to inmates. Securepak was developed to eliminate contraband and greatly reduce the time and labor required to process packages.
Friends and family can place orders through Securepak in the following ways:
- Via internet: You can order from Access Securepak online 24 hours a day.
They accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Click link to get started: Access Securepak
- Via Telephone: Monday - Friday from 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM CST (excluding major holidays)
Tel: (800) 546-6283
Orders arrive at the Detention Center every Thursday. There is a $2.00 shipping and handling charge on all orders.
For any questions regarding your package, please call:
For more information...
Call (928) 782-9871