The City of Puyallup Jail was built in 1968. In 1991 the facility was updated, and in 1993 the entire Police Department and Jail went through a major remodel which included the addition of a vehicle sally port, recreation area and additional office space.
The jail operates as a 52-prisoner (12 females and 40 males) misdemeanor correctional facility. In addition to Puyallup offenders, the facility is often used by other local law enforcement agencies.
Currently the Puyallup Police Department has nine Corrections Officers, two Corrections Sergeants and one Corrections Lieutenant.
Visiting hours are on Thursday and Sunday at the times listed below ONLY. To schedule a visitation you must call the jail at (253) 841-5425 between 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. the day before visitation.
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.
Jail Operations & Procedures
After accepting defendants from law enforcement officers, they are given pat down searches. With assistance from correction officers, all personal property is removed and inventoried. Jail garments and linens are issued to prisoners. As part of the booking process, inmates are fingerprinted and photographed. Prisoners are assigned to cells pending bail, or arraignment by the City of Puyallup Municipal Court.
Medical treatment is provided by contract by an accredited health care company or health care organization in the community. If desired, prisoners may attend substance abuse rehabilitation groups and religious study classes. The jail maintains a book and video library to assist inmates with behavioral modification.