Puyallup City Jail


A team of seventeen corrections officers, all of whom are trained and certified by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, operate the jail. The command structure consists of one lieutenant, four sergeants and twelve officers. In the Puyallup Jail, upholding the constitutional rights of all inmates while providing safety and security is paramount. Therefore, our corrections officers govern by the legitimate penological interests of the facility. Through those principles, inmate rights are preserved. To maintain safety and security, the jail is located inside the City of Puyallup Public Safety Building, which also includes the Puyallup Police Department and Central Pierce Fire and Rescue. Service to the community is our mission. Please contact us if we can assist you in any way.

Please note, the jail roster is located on this website may not be continuously updated. For the most current jail roster information, please call the Puyallup City Jail at (253) 841-5425.

  1. Visitation Hours & Scheduling
  2. Visitation Rules
  3. Jail Operations & Procedures

Visiting hours are on Thursday and Sunday at the times listed below only. To schedule a visitation you must call the jail at 
253-841-5448 between 3:00 - 5:00 pm the day prior to visitation. *Please do not leave a voicemail as this telephone is not monitored. If trying to schedule a visit, continue to call back until the visiting coordinator answers the telephone. We experience high call volumes during this time. Thank you for your patience.

  • Female prisoners: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
  • Male prisoners: Noon - 3:30 p.m.

*Five-minute rule - Anyone arriving 5 minutes or more later than the scheduled visitation time will not be permitted to visit. No exceptions will be made. 

If you cannot schedule and in-person visitation, Consolidated Telephone Services (CTEL) are available for people in-custody.  You can learn more about CTEL by visiting their website.
Contact the jail's booking desk at 253-841-5522, if you have questions regarding the phone system.

Victim Notification Services

If you are a victim of crime and would like to receive notification on the custody status of an offender - sign up for VINELink. VINELink is a free and anonymous service that provides victims of crime information and notification. VINE provides information by phone, email, TTY and text message where available. Learn more about VINELink by visiting their website.  

Domestic Violence Victims 
If you are a victim of domestic violence, view our domestic violence handout  which contains helpful information and a list of available resources.