Tucson

Mailing Address

ASPC - Tucson
10000 South Wilmot
P.O. Box 24400
Tucson, AZ 85734-4400
United States

Physical Address

10000 South Wilmot
Tucson, AZ 85734
United States
Main Telephone:
(520) 574-0024
Main Fax:
(520) 574-7300
Alfred Ramos
Warden

The Arizona Department of Corrections wants your visitation experience to be safe and is taking steps to ensure contraband is not introduced to the prison.

To allow you to help make the prison and your inmate family member safer, we have established an Information Hotline that you may report inappropriate conduct, contraband observations, extortion attempts or any other concerns about misconduct. You may report this anonymously if desired:

Contraband Hotline Phone Tips: (520) 574-0024 ext. 36666
(After hours, you may leave a message and it will be handled immediately the next business day or if after hours and urgent, please contact the number below)

After Hours Urgent Contraband Hotline: (520) 574-0024 ext. 36095

Please note the following changes to our visitation procedure which will assist with this objective:

  • Visitors may be subject to clear the magneto poles in addition to clearing the walk-through metal detectors. Should a visitor not clear, they will return to their car and shall be prohibited from visiting for 60 days and an additional 180 days of non-contact visitation. For a second offense, there will be a permanent loss of visitation privileges.
  • If a visitor cannot be cleared by the metal detector/magneto poles for some reason (i.e. medical) then the visitor shall only be cleared for non-contact visitation.
  • Visitation seating may be assigned to ensure closer monitoring of a visit by staff.

For questions or clarification please contact Complex Visitation: (520) 574-0024 ext. 36091


Click here for visitation information and Inmate Visitation Applications


P.M. Block:      11:05 – 14:30 hours
(No one will be let in after 14:30 hours)



RINCON VISITATION SCHEDULE-2016

It is highly recommended that visitors call Rincon Visitation at (520) 574-0024 ext 38215 or 38216 a day prior to visitation, to verify if the inmate is able to visit. All Holiday and Food visit days subject to change. Please call ahead of time to verify.

Inmates are responsible to notify their visitor(s) of their current phase level and visitation status.

PHASES I, II & III VISITATION

ESTABLISHED BLOCK TIMES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

  • 08:00 – 12:00
  • 12:00 – 16:00

PHASE I

  • Visitation of (1) 4 hour block Saturday OR Sunday based on Inmate’s last name.
  • Are NOT eligible for Holiday visits.
  • Are NOT eligible for Food visits.

PHASE II

  • Visitation of (2) 4 hour blocks from 8 AM to 4 PM Saturday OR Sunday based on Inmate’s last name.
  • Eligible to receive (5) Holiday visits. (Refer to Holiday Visit Schedule)
  • Are NOT eligible for food visits.

PHASE III

  • Visitation of (3) 4 hour blocks; (2) blocks from 8 AM to 4 PM Saturday OR Sunday based Inmate’s last name; (1) block Saturday OR Sunday opposite of Inmate’s last name.
  • Eligible to receive (7) Holiday visits. (Refer to Holiday Visit Schedule)
  • Eligible to receive (2) Holiday Food Visits. Food visits will be conducted on the Saturday and Sunday prior to or after the actual holiday and based on Inmate’s last name.

Attention Visitors: No inmates will be called up to visitation between 10:30 am and 12:00 pm. Please make arrangements to be in visitation no later than 10:15 to allow our staff the time to call them up to visitation.


Work Programs

As part of an Intergovernmental Agreement ASPC-Tucson currently has a total of 19 inmate work crews; two work crews are on contract with the Arizona Department of Transportation and work off-site trimming and cleaning debris from the median and sides of roads, another two fire crews spend off season assisting with brush abatement. The work sites cover an area between Tucson, Nogales, Marana and Sells.

Other crews work for the Arizona State Parks Department at the Kartchner Caverns located in Benson, Arizona. There are ten crews that work on site, outside of the secure perimeter to maintain the Complex.

In addition to these inmate crews, each unit is allocated a WIPP (Work Incentive Pay Plan) budget based on the number of inmates assigned to the unit. On average over 1900 inmates are paid to work at jobs ranging from labor crews which clean the yard, rake rocks and mow lawns, to semi-skilled and skilled jobs such as clerical, barber and maintenance jobs. Inmates may also work half a day and attend vocational education classes half a day for which they also receive WIPP wages. The Arizona Correctional Industries Sign Shop at ASPC-Tucson employs up to 26 inmates at an average wage of $.65/hour. These inmates reclassified as skilled to highly technical, depending on the job involved. Most positions require a background in computer, silk screen, painting or metal fabrication.


Education Programs

Approximately 30% of ASPC-Tucson inmates are involved in some form of education. 40% of arriving inmates have not yet achieved an 8th-grade level of education and are automatically enrolled in the Functional Literacy program. Programs available to the inmates are: 8th Grade Functional Literacy, GED and Work Based Education Programs such as Automotive, Air Conditioning, Construction and Water/Wastewater Management.
Inmates also have access to distance learning and CCTV programs.
Presently of a total population of approximately 3,700 inmates at the Tucson complex, 205 inmates are enrolled in Functional Literacy, 300 in GED and 120 in WBE programs on a daily basis.


Treatment Programs

CIMARRON

Group Study:

  • AA
  • Brief Intervention
  • Substance Abuse
  • Thinking Straight
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Pre-Release
  • Parenting
  • Smart Recovery
  • Transition to Tomorrow
  • Merging Two Worlds
  • Thinking For A Change

Self-study program:

  • Cage your Rage

CATALINA

Group Study: 

  • AA
  • NA
  • Alcohol Education - Self Study
  • Recreation
  • ICVC
  • Prison Re-Entry Program
  • Brief Intervention
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Pre-Release
  • Parenting
  • Smart Recovery
  • Transition to Tomorrow
  • Merging Two Worlds
  • Thinking For A Change

WINCHESTER

  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Brief Interventions
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Pre-Release Planning
  • Merging Two Worlds
  • Thinking For A Change

MANZANITA

  • Alcoholics Anonymous 
  • Narcotics Anonymous 
  • Creative Writing Workshop 
  • Orientation 
  • Prisoner re-entry initiative 
  • Brief Interventions 
  • ICVC - Crime victim awareness 
  • Transitions to Tomorrow 
  • Co-occurring
  • Treatment 
  • Merging Two Worlds 
  • Thinking For A Change

MINORS

  • Primary focus being on getting these Minors to attend school 
  • Recreation 
  • Religious Services 
  • Father Read Program 
  • Pre-Release 
  • Brief Intervention 
  • Cultural Diversity

SANTA RITA

  • Co-occurring Treatment 
  • Merging Two Worlds 
  • Thinking For A Change

 


  • Proceed east on I-10 to Exit 269 (Wilmot Road).

  • Turn south on Wilmot Road and travel 3.2 miles.

  • You will pass the 2 Federal Correctional Institutions one on your left approximately 1.5 miles and one on your right approximately .7 miles before you reach ASPC-Tucson which is located on the west (right) side of Wilmot Road.

    • The first entrance will access Manzanita, and Catalina Units.

    • The second entrance accesses the remainder of the Tucson Complex.

    • Visitor parking is available on the north (right) side of this access road.

    • Staff parking is available on the south (left) side of this access road.