Pueblo County Jail
This jail holds both pre-trial inmates and sentenced inmates. It also holds parole violators, ICE inmates, and inmates who are awaiting transport to the Colorado Department of Corrections.
The Detention Bureau strives to operate a clean, safe, secure, and humane jail. The average daily population used to be above 700. But since the pandemic, measures have been taken to reduce the jail population. The average daily population is now around 480.
To find out if your loved one is being held in the Pueblo County Jail, click here, call the facility at 719-583-6135 or use VINE. Be prepared to provide the inmate’s full name and date of birth when using the VINE website.
The Colorado VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can search for information regarding the custody status of their offender, and to register to receive phone calls and e-mail notifications when the offender’s custody status changes.
The VINE toll-free number for the Colorado VINE system is (888) 263-8463. This service is provided to assist Victims of Crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status. Click this link to register.
Inmates being held for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC), or charges from other counties will not be found by going to the VINE Link above. You will have to call the jail.
Bonding an Inmate out of the Pueblo County Jail
You can call the Pueblo County Jail to find out the type of bond and the amount that is required for your inmate. The bond is set by a judge according to a court-approved schedule. The purpose of a bond is to make sure the defendant will appear at all his or her court dates. The bond amount is what it will take to release the inmate from jail.
There are three types of bonds—personal recognizance (PR), surety, and cash.
- PR bonds are issued by the judge and only require a signature (no money is needed).
- Surety bonds require a bondsman, who will pay the bond and charge you 10% to 15% of the bond amount as a fee (none of this money will be returned to you).
- Cash bonds must be paid in full with cash, debit/credit card, or money order. Payment is accepted at the jail lobby 24/7 or online. The full amount of a cash bond is returned once all court appearances have been made.
There is a $30 booking fee and a $10 bond fee for all inmates at the Pueblo County Jail. The expectation is that these fees will be paid at the time of bonding your inmate out of jail. Colorado law does allow those fees to be charged, and you do not have to pay them at the time of bonding.
Please call the jail if you have any questions.
Pueblo County Jail
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Visiting Hours and Rules
Visiting hours at the Pueblo County Jail are not defined by inmate last name or housing location. They are only limited by the rule of two visits per week for in-house visiting, and can be limited for segregation areas.
- Visits are open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, with breaks built in for headcount and other facility operations.
- Visitors can schedule a visit from the jail lobby or from any internet-connected device on the Securus website.
- Appointments in the visit room must be registered at least one-hour prior to the start of the visit and are available on a first come, first served basis.
- When scheduling an on-site visit, you'll be given a visit station number and a personal identification number (PIN) code to be able to access the visit when it starts.
- Reception no longer needs to set-up or connect visits, this is done by the system.
Remote Video Visits
Visitation at the Pueblo County Jail is also conducted remotely via Securus video connect. You must create an account and schedule your visit on their website.
Securus Video Connect allows friends and family members to schedule and participate in video sessions with their incarcerated loved one – from anywhere with internet access using the free Securus app, computer, or tablet.
Appointments for remote visiting must be registered 24-hours prior to the visit.
Pueblo County Jail
909 Court Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/xdr3Js2KW3RQy41Y6
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Pueblo County Jail
909 Court Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
These items are allowed in inmate mail:
- Greeting Cards
- Money Orders
- Photos on Photo Paper
- Regular Letters
The following is prohibited:
- Books or Magazines
- Foreign Substances on the Paper like Lipstick or Crayon
- Glue or Tape
- Photos Not on Photo Paper
How to Call an Inmate
Inmates at the Pueblo County Jail cannot receive incoming phone calls, however, they have access to phones and can make outgoing calls from the inmate housing area. Phone calls are recorded and may be monitored at any time.Click here to set up an account with inmate phone provider IC Solutions, so you can communicate with your inmate.
How to Send Money
Friends and family can send money to their inmate at the Pueblo County Jail via Access Corrections. You must use a debit or credit card. To send a commissary care package, click here for SecurePak.
You can also visit the jail lobby kiosk to add money to an inmate's account, or mail in a money order.
Programs For Inmates
The Pueblo County Jail provides inmates opportunities in education, counseling, physical and mental health, and personal development for the purpose of helping them toward successful re-entry into the community.
About one-third of the population is sentenced to serve time in the Jail. Those inmates have access to opportunities in areas of education and treatment. The goal is to help the inmates gain skills they need upon release.and reduce recidivism.
Programs and services offered (both during and after incarceration) include:
- Counseling in Family and Marriage
- Mental Health Treatment
- Substance Abuse Treatment
- Veteran-Specific Services
- Pre-Trial and Re-Entry programs through Rocky Mountain Offender Management Systems (RMOMS)
The Classification Section provides several educational, religious and therapy oriented programs. Attendance is voluntary. The programs include:
- Nurturing Fathers and Mothers Program
- A parenting course that teaches fathers and mothers how to let go of ineffective roles and practices. Fathers and mothers learn new attitudes, behaviors and skills that lead to nurturing, rewarding relationships with their children, their partners and family members.
- Level Two Alcohol Education
- All participants in this program must be in custody with a Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Ability Impaired charge and have at least 4 weeks left on their sentence.
- Alcohol Anonymous
- A 12 step program that helps inmates with alcohol abuse problems.
- Religious Programs
- These programs consist of many different denominations. The jail is currently offering nine hours per week of religious studies.
- General Education Diploma (GED) Program
- The General Education Diploma (GED) program is contracted with the Pueblo Community College. Instructors provide adult basic education skills and General Education Diploma (GED) preparation instruction.
Inmates have access to recreational reading material via the jail library. The library contains a collection of general, specialized and reference materials. There is also a Law Library that inmates can access with permission.
The jail has an inmate work program that includes daily maintenance of the Jail, housekeeping, laundry, painting, canteen operations, public service, and food service operations. Inmates that perform these duties are part of the trustee program.
The purpose of this program is to develop skills and work habits that are instrumental in the inmate's successful adjustment in the community after their release.
There is an average of 120 trustees on a daily basis in job areas that include: kitchen, laundry, property, recreation, labor crew, car wash, commissary and other special projects.
Inmates have access to recreation on a regular basis. In a normal week, approximately 600 inmates attend recreation in 80 hours between the tower and the dorms. The jail provides a variety of recreation games, equipment, and tournaments to the inmates.
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Careers at Pueblo County Jail
If you are interested in a career with the Pueblo County Sheriff's Department and would like more information about the job openings at the Pueblo County Jail, click here.