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Plumas County Correctional Center in Quincy, California - Write a Prisoner

Updated on: November 30, 2020
Plumas County Jail
530-283-6267, 530-283-6375
1400 East Main Street, Quincy, CA, 95971

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The Plumas County Jail has a security level of medium. The facility will hold grown-up male and grown-up female guilty parties. There are no adolescent wrongdoers housed in the office.

The more significant part of the wrongdoers in the Plumas County Jail are pre-preliminary prisoners. There are just a bunch of detainees condemned and doing their time.

The Plumas County Jail offers instructive projects for its prisoners.

Plumas County Jail — General Information

Plumas County Jail, County Jail.
Adult, Capacity 67 persons.
1400 East Main Street, Quincy, CA, 95971
530-283-6267, 530-283-6375

Plumas County Sheriff's Office

Address: 520 Main Street, Quincy, California, 95971

Phone: 530-283-6170

Fax: 530-283-6288

Website: website

The Plumas County Jail Prisoner Finder has data on people at present in authority, including status, bail sum, and times the detainee can have guests. You can get information for anyone who has been captured or released inside the previous 24-hour time frame. Detainees are recorded one after another in order by their last name. You'll have the option to get their capture data speedier on the off chance that you have the arrestee's complete name, birth date, or capture number.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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Any mail sent to a detainee is required to get sent utilizing the real US Postal Assistance, not messenger or conveyance, or hand conveyed. You can't use some other type of mail conveyance. You need to compose or type the individual's name, detainee ID, and the Plumas County Jail’s location outwardly of the letter you send. Try not to send a case or bundle, an envelope with cushioning or protection, a plastic pack, or a pocket with metal inside. Any mail sent to prisoners gets opened and analyzed and read by the officials at the jail, and will get back to the sender whenever considered unseemly.

Sending Money

You will have your own 'ledger' while in Plumas County Jail. This cash gets utilized to buy things from the Store. Loved ones can store some money into this record for you, and any payment you acquire while in jail will likewise save into your file. Outside cash can get paid in to your paper through a cash request, money, or check. If somebody sends a check or cash request, ensure that they compose your prisoner ID on it. The most extreme sum you are permitted in your record is $290 every month.

The procedure for sending cash to jail prisoners may change, so you should visit the Plumas County Jail site when you send assets to a detainee there.

Phone calls

All detainees at the Plumas County Jail are allowed to call home. These calls home will be 15-minutes long. All calls have the chance to be recorded and live monitored to ensure the safety of the detainees and personnel.


Detainees need to list every guest's name to the jail before anybody can visit them. Your guest's data will go into a Meeting log for the mentioning detainee. Every single guest is required to give ID. Any guests that get to appearance or that doesn't have an appearance request will be dismissed.

Appearance techniques at Plumas County Jail change frequently, so you should audit the official Plumas County Jail site before you go to the jail to visit.

Visiting Hours

7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
7:30 Am to 2:30 PM


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