Arizona State Prison Complex - Kingman

Arizona State Prison Complex - Kingman, or ASPC- Kingman, is a minimum/medium-custody private prison in Golden Valley, under contract with the Arizona Department of Corrections to provide custody of 3,508 adult male inmates. The facility opened in August 2004, and has been operated and managed by The GEO Group, Inc. since December 2015.

Since GEO Group took over the troubled Kingman private prison, the company and state have implemented changes to make the facility safer after a massive riot in 2015 displaced inmates.

Arizona State Prison–Kingman complex contains two facilities - the Cerbat Facility, a minimum level facility and the Hualapai Facility, a medium security level facility. Prior to assuming operations on December 1, 2015, GEO had a mobilization team onsite to ensure a smooth and necessary transition from the previous operator.

GEO offers academic courses such as ABE and GED as well as vocational courses to include Carpentry, HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Culinary Arts, and industry programs. The facility provides an on-site medical unit 24 hours a day. Library services, religious services, recreation yards including commissary are provided, and food services are provided in cafeteria style dining rooms.

The Arizona State Prison-Kingman Facility achieved initial accreditation through the American Correctional Association in 2017 with a score of 99.50%. The facility was also accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) in 2017.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

Cerbat Unit: Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Huachuca Unit: Saturday, Sunday and Holidays from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm.

How To Get On The Approved Visit List

When an inmate first arrives at Arizona State Prison Complex-Kingman, they must submit a Visitation List in order to get visits. Inmates are allowed a maximum of 20 approved visitors on their list.

If you want to visit and/or receive telephone calls from an inmate, you must complete and submit the Application to Visit an Inmate. You can fill out this form online or print it out and mail it in to the visitation office. Do not mail it directly to the inmate.

You must also pay a one-time $25 fee for a background check. You can make this payment online or mail in a money order with a paper application. If this fee is not paid, the visitor application will not be processed and you can’t visit an inmate.

Visitation Applications should be mailed to:

Arizona State Prison-Kingman
PO Box 3939
Kingman, AZ 86402

ASPC-Kingman asks that you bring proper identification, observe the dress code, conduct yourself appropriately for a family setting, supervise your children, and bring only allowable items with you.  

You will not be allowed to leave anything with or for an inmate.  As a reminder - you, your vehicle, and any items you bring onto prison property are subject to search.

Visitors are permitted to bring the following items to a visit:

  • Photo ID
  • Prescription medication
  • One unopened package of cigarettes and/or one e-cigarette - Smoking may be prohibited in some visitation areas.
  • Money - a maximum of $40.00 in coins per visitor.
  • Jewelry - One wedding/engagement ring, one religious medallion, one wristwatch and one pair of earrings
  • Keys - Two vehicle keys or one key and a vehicle remote control entry device.
  • One handheld baby carrier, per infant - Strollers or carriers with wheels shall not be permitted.
  • One clear plastic diaper bag, per infant – The diaper bag shall be subjected to a thorough search prior to entry. A diaper bag may contain only the following items:
    • Baby bottle - Three clear-plastic baby bottles of milk/formula or equivalent size unopened, commercially sealed containers of juice.
    • Baby food - Four small clear plastic containers (such as, Tupperware container) of soft food or baby food.
    • Diaper - One diaper for each hour of visitation.
    • Sani-wipes - One clear container or Ziploc bag of baby sani-wipes.
    • Blanket - One blanket, measuring no larger than 4' by 4'. The blanket cannot be tan in color.
    • Spoon - One small plastic spoon used to feed an infant.
    • Pacifier - One baby pacifier.
    • Clothing - One change of baby clothing.
    • Bib - One baby bib.
    • Diaper rash medication - One small tube of diaper rash medication.

With the exception of food brought in for food visits, cigarettes, and disposable baby items (diapers, wipes), each visitor must leave the visitation area with the exact property items possessed at the time the visitor was processed to visit.

Physical Address

4626 W English Dr
Golden Valley, AZ 86414

Driving Directions:

General Phone Number

​(928) 565-2460

Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Cerbat Unit
Inmate Name, ID Number
PO Box 3009
Kingman, AZ 86402

Hualapai Unit
Inmate Name, ID Number
PO Box 6639
Kingman, AZ 86402

How to Call an Inmate

You can’t call prisoners at Arizona State Prison Complex- Kingman, however the inmates do have access to telephones. Inmates can make collect calls or prepaid calls. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Arizona, please click here.

How to Send Money

You can put money on an inmate’s book either online, on the phone, or in the lobby of USPC-Kingman using the kiosk.  The three companies that process inmate funds in Arizona are:

To find a fee breakdown for each company, click here.

Inmates are allowed to spend money on phone calls and commissary.  The commissary (or canteen) is the prison store, where inmates can buy a variety of items like clothing and electronics.

​Programs For ​Inmates

Work Programs

  • ABE
  • Contracted Outside Work Crews

Education Programs

  • GED

Educational services are provided in three basic program areas:  Functional Literacy, GED Preparation and Work-Based Education.

Treatment Programs

  • Alcohol & Substance Abuse Treatment

Addiction Treatment Services oversees the delivery of substance abuse treatment to ADC offenders identified as being in need of intervention. The screening process is based on self report and/or a review of the available corresponding data.

Offenders are ranked according to need, time left to serve, and risk for recidivism into one of four services categories: Intensive Treatment, Moderate Treatment, Educational, or no need. Intensive Treatment consists of a twelve month program and Moderate Treatment is six months in duration.

All ATS treatment groups are conducted by licensed Substance Abuse Counselors who incorporate evidence-based curricula in a cognitive behavioral treatment approach. Treatment is offered at a variety of complexes and units.

DUI treatment is offered at Private Prison facilities for male offenders.These programs provide 36 hours of DUI treatment as statutorily mandated for convicted DUI offenders. Offenders attend classes in such topics as parenting, family dynamics of addiction, and stress management throughout their length of sentence.

Self Help/ Mutual Help Support Groups

The Arizona Department of Corrections values the self help/mutual help support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and SMART Recovery offered through community volunteers.

At units where offenders are permitted to meet in groups and contingent upon the availability of volunteers at each facility, various support groups are offered on a weekly basis.

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Careers at Arizona State Prison Complex - Kingman

If you are interested in pursuing a career with the GEO Group in a private Arizona facility, you can find available positions at Arizona State Prison Complex - Kingman by visiting their website.

The base pay for a corrections officer employed by the GEO Group in Arizona is $15.42 per hour.