Youthful Offender Program, CA Inmate Search, Visitation Hours

760-863-8544
47665 Oasis Street, Indio, CA, 92201
Youthful Offender Program

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The Youthful Offender Program is located in Indio, California. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates this facility. 

The law agencies in and around the Riverside County that work closely with this facility are police departments, sheriff’s, and even the U.S. Marshals. A majority of the inmates in the facility reside in Riverside County. All inmates that are held in this facility have no more than 2 years sentence. 

While being economical, the mission of the Youthful Offender Program is to supply the inmates with all the recourses they need. 

The jail operates in a way that surpasses national and state standards. 

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The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the Youthful Offender Program. Keeping and maintaining an up to date database of all current inmates is a big responsibility. That is what the Youthful Offender Program does.

The Youthful Offender Program has its jail roster with their current arrests open to the general public by the Youthful Offender Program. This database can be found on the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department official website.

The Youthful Offender Program roster is in alphabetical order. you will be able to see all current inmates in the Youthful Offender Program. When doing a successful inmate search you will be able to see the following information:

  • Inmate’s Full Name
  • Date Of Birth
  • Booked
  • Sex

Sending a Mail/Care Package

Youthful Offender Program inmates are allowed to get written letters from their family and friends. For safety reasons, all letters will be inspected by jail employees when they arrive. Mail will get passed out to the correct inmates as soon as they are checked by the employees. 

When you send things to the jail along with your letter, there's a lot of items you are not allowed to send. Such as the following: 

•    Gang Related items
•    Glitter
•    Confetti
•    Ribbons
•    String
•    Metal
•    Plastic
•    Polaroids
•    Perfume
•    Lipstick/Lip Gloss/Chapstick
•    Music Cards
•    Envelopes
•    Pencils
•    Pens
•    Stamps
•    Writing Paper
•    No photographs larger than 5x7”

The Youthful Offender Program inmates are allowed to get books newspaper and magazines. The books, newspaper and magazines will need to be delivered straight from the bookstore or publisher to the jail. All books that are sent must be new and paperback. All used and hardcover books not allowed. Uses and hardcover books will be sent back to the sender if sent to the jail.

Sending Money

The Youthful Offender Program inmates will need money to buy things from the commissary. You can send a cashier’s check or a money order to directly to the Youthful Offender Program, if you would like to transfer money to an inmates account. You will need to make the money payable to the inmate. 

You can also drop the money orders or cashier’s checks off at the jail or mail them to the jail at the address below: 

Youthful Offender Program
47665 Oasis Street, Indio, CA, 92201

Make sure to write a return address on the envelope, if you are going to mail the money order or checks. Make sure you allow several days for the money orders to be deposited into the inmate’s bank account. 

Phone calls

The Youthful Offender Program inmates are not allowed to get phone calls from their family or friends. During their phone time, inmates are allowed to call their family and friend. Inmates are limited to 15-minute calls. The call will be terminated when the 15-minutes is over. 

Calling features such as three-way calling and call forwarding are prohibited for the inmates to use. The call will be disconnected if an inmate is caught using these features. Disciplinary action will be taken up against the inmate

The Youthful Offender Program inmates are allowed to only make collect calls. Inmates are only able to call those who have a landline. Inmates won't be able to call those who have cell phones. The individual receiving this call is the one responsible for any and all charges from the collect phone call. The Youthful Offender Program is not responsible for any charges from the collect calls.

Email

Inmates in the Youthful Offender Program do not have access to the internet. The inmates do not have access to any electronic messaging systems they can use to communicate with family and friends. If you would like to stay in touch with inmates in the Youthful Offender Program, you will need to send them a written letter to the address above.

Visiting Rules

The Youthful Offender Program inmates are allowed to have visitors. All visitors under the age of 18 will are permitted to visit. However, they will need to be with by their legal guardian. Before you are allowed in the visitation area, you will need to show your driver’s license, state identification card, or their United States Passport.

Make sure you put all of your personal belongings in your car. Personal belongings are not allowed in the visitation area. No 

The Youthful Offender Program inmates are allowed to have one 25-minute visit per day. Visits that are in the Youthful Offender Program is no-contact visits.

Inmate Mailing Address

Inmate Name, ID, Housing #
Youthful Offender Program
47665 Oasis Street, Indio, CA, 92201

Youthful Offender Program Information

Jail Name Youthful Offender Program
Jail Type County Jail
Location 47665 Oasis Street, Indio, CA, 92201
Phone 760-863-8544
City Indio
Postal Code 92201
State California
County Riverside County

Visitation Hours

Sunday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Holiday

How Often Can I Visit?

The Youthful Offender Program inmates are allowed to have one 25-minute visit per day. Keep in mind that visitation is a privilege and not a right.

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