The Pueblo County Jail is located in Pueblo, Colorado at 909 Court Street 81003. The jail staff can be reached by calling (719) 583-6135.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Pueblo County Jail fill out the form at the top of this page.
You can visit inmates of Pueblo County Jail during the following days and times:
To mail an inmate please send a letter to the address below. Be sure to only include regular letters, post cards, greeting cards, money orders, and/or photos on NON-photo paper. Do not mail food, things like paper or pens, books or magazines etc...
Inmates Full Name
909 Court Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
You can post bail bonds one of two ways. If you have the full cash (thats the total amount of the bond) you can pay it online. If you do not have the amount needed to cover the full bond amount you will need a bail bondsman. Using a bail bond agent or bail bond company you usually only have to pay 10% of the total bond amount. To get in touch with a bail bondsman please use the form at the top of this page.
BailBondPolicy.com is working on finding information on inmates phone call rights. In general an inmate is allowed at least one phone call while going through the booking process. Once the inmate is in the general population they can make collect calls or money can be placed on a calling card. You will need to check with the Pueblo County Jail staff on this though.
Inmate health care at Pueblo County Jail is done through private contractor, Correctional Healthcare Management.
You can send in money orders via mail but you will need to check with Pueblo County Jail staff about the exact requirements on this. Another option is using the online system.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Pueblo has a total population of 157,224. The population has increased by 15,752 (11%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 65.9 and covers 2,386 square miles.
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Residents of Pueblo experienced 3,146 crimes in 2011. The #1 unlawful act was arson with 0 violations. The #2 unlawful act was theft with 1,157 occurrences. The #3 criminality was vehicle theft with 57 occurrences. The #4 unlawful act was burglary with 331 occurrences. The #5 violation was property crime with 1,545 occurrences. The #6 crime was assault with 21 instances. The #7 unlawful act was robbery with 6 circumstances. The #8 crime was rape with 0 instances. The #9 unlawful act was murder with 1 occurrences. The #10 crime was violent crime with 28 instances.