The Mission of the Yakima County Department of Corrections is to actively contribute to the safety and wellness of the citizens of Yakima County by providing a safe, secure and humane correctional environment.
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The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office is committed to making Whitman County a safe place to live, work and raise families. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office strives to enhance the quality of life within Whitman County by working together with area law enforcement agencies and the community at large.
The Jail is located in the Public Safety Building at corner of Central and Prospect Streets, opposite the entrance to Sheriff's Office. Jail entrance is off Central Street, in between Prospect Street and Grand Avenue.
The Walla Walla County Corrections Facility is located at 300 W. Alder, Walla Walla, WA. The County Jail, constructed in 1982, serves as a correctional facility for the Police Departments of Walla Walla and College Place as well as the Sheriff’s Office. Average daily population now runs at approximately 85 to 90 persons, and has reached well over 100 on several occasions. The jail is staffed with a jail superintendent, 21 jail officers and a cook.
The Mission of the Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office is to safeguard the lives, property, and rights of the people we serve; reduce the incidence and fear of crime; and to enhance public safety while working with our community to improve their quality of life.
The mission of the Wahkiakum County Sheriff's Office is to partner with the community to safeguard lives and property, and provide assistance to persons in urgent need.
The purpose of the Stevens County Jail is to provide a safe place of incarceration for people arrested by law enforcement or sentenced to commitment by the court. We will strive to provide this service in the most humane and efficient manner possible, taking into consideration our obligation to public safety and the inmate's Constitutional Rights.
Spokane County Detention Services will ensure safety of the community by managing safe, secure, humane, and fiscally responsible institutions for inmate housing and programming.
The Spokane County Sheriff's Office consistently invests available resources toward community-wide safety and security, economic viability, and the positive, nationwide reputation of the County. The provide a highly-trained, dedicated team of professionals, working in partnership with the community, in conjunction with new technology and research based criminal justice training.
The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) provides referral information for families who have a family member in jail or prison. Information on how to receive assistance from DSHS and other agencies is contained on the DSHS website and also provided in the DSHS publication "Beyond the Walls: A Guide to Services for Families Affected by Incarceration." You can find your court date by going to the Washington Courts website. This site will let you find court dates to any district or municipal court in the state (except Seattle Municipal) as well as Snohomish County Superior Court. You can also confirm trials and motions in Snohomish County Superior Court through their website.
The Skamania County Jail is responsible for the housing and welfare of all subjects arrested within Skamania County. They also contract with the Department of Corrections, as well as Battle Ground, Washougal and Camas Municipal Courts to house their inmates.
Skamania County Sheriff's Office accomplishes their mission by providing highly-trained dedicated professionals in the areas of patrol, investigations, corrections/jail, dispatch and selected other services which meet or exceed the expectations of residents and visitors to Skamania County, Washington.
The Skagit County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division is an around the clock, 24/7 operation. Currently 40 Corrections Deputies, 5 Corrections Sergeants, and 1 Lieutenant are responsible for providing safe and secure housing for inmates being held in the custody of the Skagit County Jail. The staff of the jail is also responsible for inmate movement outside of the jail facility, such as court appearances, medical appointments, etc.
The Skagit County Sheriff's Office is committed to the safety of the citizens we serve, visitors to our community and our employees.Professionalism, enthusiasm and integrity shall be our guiding principles in accomplishing this mission.
San Juan County maintains a 72-hour holding facility in Friday Harbor. Commitments from the court system that exceed 48 hours are transferred to Island County Correctional Facility in Coupeville. Visiting inmates in Friday Harbor is limited to family members only, and only as staffing permits. All persons taken into custody on islands other San Juan are transferred to the Friday Harbor holding facility.
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