The Arapahoe County Jail is located in Centennial, Colorado, at the following address:
7375 S. Potomac Street
Centennial, Colorado 80112
The attorneys at the O’Malley Law Office offer 24/7 jail visits. If you have a friend or a loved one in the Arapahoe County Jail, don’t hesitate to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer to meet them in jail. We can offer important advice, give them hope for their defense, and remind them of their right to remain silent.
Inmate Mail at the Arapahoe County Jail
If you wish to send mail to an inmate, use the following format:
- Bank Documents
- Crayon or Marker Drawings
- Newspaper Articles
- Polaroid Photos (photos smaller than 4×6 are allowed)
- Writing Materials (stamps, stationary)
- All mail is inspected upon arrival
- Non-legal envelopes which are larger than 8×10, including packages, magazines, books, etc., are considered to be parcels and will not be accepted without approval
- Inmates may receive mail from family, friends, medical officials, courts, counsel, etc.
When sending mail, please address it in the following manner:
Inmate Full Name
Inmate Booking Number
P.O. Box 4918
Centennial, CO 80155-4918
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Bail Bonds | Booking Fee in Arapahoe County
In addition to the bail or bond, there is a $10 bond fee and a $40 booking fee. The following bail bonds are accepted at the Arapahoe County Jail:
Property can be used as equity in a bond, if you have enough equity in the property.
Cash Bonds are returned at the end of the case if the inmate obeys the rules of the court.
This type of bond is like renting money for a fee; you will pay interest.
This type of bond is not normally given to repeat offenders.
Work Release | Alternative Sentencing and Weekender Program
Both the work release program and alternative sentencing and weekender program must be applied for in advance of sentencing, because there is an application process. To participate in the work release program, proof of employment is required and there is a daily as well as an initial fee. If applying for the weekender program, the inmate serves time during his days off from work. Both of these applications are approved by officials at the jail.
Visits to Arapahoe County Jail
All visits must be in person and scheduled 24 hours in advance using the jail’s automated Inmate Visitation System or by calling 303-795-4524. Before scheduling a visit however, a visitor who is on the inmate’s list must obtain an ID number. You can get one by calling the following number: 720-874-3500. Each time you visit, you must bring either a driver’s license or other type of government issued identification. In addition, cell phones or any type of electronic device are not allowed in the visitation booth.
Visits which are conducted over a video / TV can lasts only 30 minutes and take place with each person using a phone handset. Conversations are recorded, so it is in your best interest to not speak about the case at all as anything said could be used against the prisoner.
Why It’s Important to Have an Attorney Jail Visit
If you have a friend or a loved one in the Arapahoe County Jail, it is important that you have a criminal defense lawyer visit them. You should have this visit done because police investigators and detectives race to get to the inmate before a lawyer has advised them of their right to remain silent. The inmate isn’t usually aware of this race to get to them first. You need to be offensive and get to your loved one first by hiring an attorney for a jail visit. We can visit them and give them hope for their defense and advise them to remain silent.
Contact the Arapahoe County Jail
Visit the Arapahoe County Jail website for specific information.