Effective Wednesday, January 15th, 2020, Global Tel Link will provide Detainee Telephone System and Visit Now for San Juan County Adult Detention Center.
To receive a telephone call from a detainee, the options are:
- Debit thru Commissary
- Advance Pay
- Advance Pay Accounts: (800) 483-8314
Customer Service: (866) 230-7761
Fax Number: (251) 473-2802
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 7:00 am to 11: 00 pm, Central
Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, Central
To schedule a remote (online) video visit, the following are required:
- Getting Out
Getting Out Account Customer Service: (866)516-0115
- Valid email addresses are required and will be confirmed via GTL confirmation email.
PLEASE NOTE: Daily Phone and Visitation blackout times are 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm and 9:30 pm to 7:00 am.
Securus Phone Cards cannot be used on the new Detainee Telephone System. GTL cannot transfer nor process a Securus refund. Please contact Securus at (800) 844-6591.
The San Juan County Adult Detention Center is fortunate to have the support of numerous religious organizations in the community to provide services to inmates of many different faiths. Inmates may request religious visits by submitting a request via the Kiosks or Tablets. Annually, hundreds of inmates receive individual spiritual counseling through the San Juan County Adult Detention Religious Services Coordinators and various faith-based organizations.
Religious Services Coordinator: (505) 566-5618
Property Office: (505) 566-4500
- Property is accepted 8:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m, Monday through Friday.
- Property is released 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m, Monday through Friday
- To drop off / pick-up property you must be at least 18 years old and present a valid government-issued photo I.D.
- If you have specific questions regarding property, please call the Property Office at (505)566-4500.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Only valuables will be released.
- Wait time may be up to two hours.
- Items not picked up the same day will be returned to Property.
- Money will only be released the first 72 hours of booking.
TRANSPORT PROPERTY (For inmates transferred to another facility)
- Property Officer will contact the individual specified by the inmate when the property is ready to pick up.
Personal Property / Clothing
Property items will be accepted through the Front Desk during regular lobby hours for the first eight (8) days after a detainee is booked into the facility.
After the first 8 days, items must be purchased from detainee commissary.
- 3 White T-shirts, crew neck only
No pockets - No prints or colors
No A-shirts or A-line collar - No sleeveless Shirts
- 3 Pair white socks
- 3 White boxers or briefs
No spandex - No lace
- 3 White bras or sport bras
No lace - No underwire
- October 1 thru March 31 ONLY
1 Thermal sets (1 shirt, 1 bottom)
White or off white
Must be thermal fabric
No sweatshirts or sweatpants
- C-3 Inmates Only
1 pair of Velcro shoes (white or black only)
No shoelaces or strings allowed
- C-3 Outside Workers Only
1 pair of sunglasses
- Legal paperwork (Items from attorney or court)
- Personal pictures – 4” x 6” Max (5) total (Subject to approval)
- Prescription glasses or contact lenses (one set/ pair with a case, no solution allowed)
- Ball cap and sunglasses – community service workers only: (1) each
- Cloths for court trials are allowed and must be requested by an attorney.
POSTAL MONEY ORDERS ONLY
Commissary Staff accepts Postal Money Orders
Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Commissary window.
No cash, no personal checks, no payroll checks will be accepted.
Postal Money Order must be made payable to the inmate. It may take up to 72 hours
to be applied to the inmate’s account.
The inmate’s CHJ number is required for these services.
You will need the following information to utilize online commissary services:
- FACILITY: San Juan County Adult Detention Center, 871 Andrea Dr., Farmington, NM
- SITE #287401
- DETAINEE'S FIRST and LAST NAME
- DETAINEE'S CHJ NUMBER
- YOUR BILLING ADDRESS AND CREDIT CARD INFORMATION
Work Release Compliance Officer: (505) 566-4556
Some minimum risk employed inmates may qualify to work at their regular wage paying job while incarcerated. This program allows for some already employed inmates to continue working in order to maintain financial support for their family and pay restitution to victims.
Other minimum risk offenders may qualify for non-paying assignment as inmate workers in the facility kitchen or other tasks related to Detention Center functions. Local agencies utilize inmate workers for labor on public projects. Some examples of labor performed include laying sod in soccer fields, filling sand bags for flooding, cleaning fairgrounds, graffiti removal, county-wide trash clean up and McGee Park.
What is the process for Work Release?
- Inmate must be approved by the court.
- Application process:
An application must be submitted by a bona-fide, licensed employer who meet specific guidelines. These guidelines are in place to protect the integrity of the program, control schedules, job sites and types of employment. Failure to comply with all rules by either the inmate or the employer, will result in revocation of work release privileges.
- Licensed employer shall not be a family member.
- Review and approval by Work Release Compliance Officer.
- Time sheets and pay records may be audited and on-site checks of inmates on the job will be conducted.
- Final determination will be made by the Warden.
- Regulations are strictly enforced.
ADULT DETENTION CENTER
871 ANDREA DR.
FARMINGTON, NM 87401
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
8:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M.
CLOSED MAJOR HOLIDAYS
|GENERAL INFORMATION||(505) 566-4500|
|DETAINEE PHONE SYSTEM||(800) 844-6591 (Billing questions, block or unblock calls)|
|DETAINEE PROPERTY||(505) 566-4500|
|PREA COORDINATOR||(505) 566-4509 (Leave Message)|
|VISITATION||(505) 566-4550 (Schedule Visits)|
|DISTRICT ATTORNEY||(505) 599-9810|
|NEW MEXICO DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS
(Los Lunas, NM)
|PRE-TRIAL SERVICES||(505) 334-9095|
|PROBATION (ADULT)||(505) 327-5138|
|PUBLIC DEFENDER||(505) 386-4060|
ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING DIVISION
Beginning January 15, 2020, the San Juan County Detention Center will no longer host onsite visitation for detainees. All detainee visits must be scheduled and conducted online.
Access information about detainees – information about booking, charges, and bonding as well as mugshots for current and past detainees.
Detainee information is only available through the online lookup system. Anyone inquiring by phone will be directed to use the online lookup system.
San Juan County Adult Detention Center is a full-service county operated facility. The Detention Center is responsible for the operations of the county jail as entrusted by the citizens of San Juan County to provide safe, secure and humane housing to all detainees in custody. Court commitments are held for no more than 364 days.
The San Juan County Adult Detention Center is committed to the principles of basic human rights and dignity afforded all persons as embodied in the constitutions of the United States and the state of New Mexico.
San Juan County Adult Detention Center training philosophy reinforces professional standards and principles established by the National Institute of Corrections. Through concerned leadership, the dedicated staff promotes the core values of honor, courage, and commitment. These attributes incorporate effective operational controls while ensuring accountability and responsibility by all.
This is accomplished by:
- Ensuring Detainees are provided respect and dignity.
- Ensuring stakeholders, community residents and staff are provided adequate security in order to maintain the highest levels of safety.
- Ensure appropriate training to accommodate the multi-disciplines necessary to maintain operational readiness.
- Exploring professional resources available to improve our primary purposes for a safe and secure environment.
Can children visit a detainee?
Visitation is online only, scheduled though www.GettingOut.com/visit-now/
Can I drop off a bible or other religious material for a detainee?
No. All religious books must be requested by the detainee via the chaplain coordinators.
How can a detainee be notified of a family emergency?
Call (505) 566-4500 and ask for the Lieutenant on duty.
How can I find a court date and court information?
This information is provided by the courts, depending on which branch of the court system is handling the case.
How do I address a letter to a detainee?
Send mail directly to the Detainee at 871 Andrea Drive, Farmington, NM 87401.
- Senders full name and complete address must be on the envelope.
- Detainee’s first and last name must be on the envelope.
- Only plain white paper and plain white envelopes are accepted.
- Postage stamps must be purchased through commissary.
- Only legal mail will be accepted by the security receptionist.
- All other mail must be sent via United States Postal Service.
How do I put money on a detainee’s account?
Direct all questions regarding Commissary to (505) 566-4518.
- Postal Money Orders accepted Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Commissary window.
- The Kiosk located in the Lobby accepts cash, credit or debit cards during regular lobby hours.
- Funds (money only!) can also be placed in a detainee account by phone or online. Please call (866) 232-1899, or go to Touch Pay Direct.
- To place Commissary Order, I Care, or call (877) 615-3296.
You will need the following information to utilize the phone or online option:
- Detainee First Name, Last Name, and CHJ Number
- FACILITY: San Juan County Adult Detention Center, 871 Andrea Drive, Farmington, NM
- SITE: #287401
How does a detainee “bond out” of jail?
Contact any local bonding agency. CASH ONLY bonds, contact the facility.
What if I do not want to accept calls from a detainee?
All concerns regarding inmate phones (billing questions, blocking/unblocking) should be directed to the Contract Provider at (800) 844-6591.
What if I have a medical question regarding a detainee?
All detainee medical information is confidential and protected under HIIPA. Contact Medical Services Provider at (505) 566-4545.
When can I drop off property for a detainee?
Property is accepted from 8:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m, Monday through Friday by the security receptionist. You must be 18 years of age and present a valid government-issued photo I.D. to leave the property. Please see Detainee Property Instructions for a complete list of acceptable items.
When is visitation?
Visitation is online only and scheduled through www.GettingOut.com/visit-now/