The Umatilla County Correctional Facility is a state-of-the-art 252-bed facility which enables us to maintain a balance between protecting the public and providing an environment that safeguards the life, health, and safety of staff and inmates.
Our staff must be certified through the State of Oregon and maintain 40 hours of training per year thereafter. They are highly motivated individuals and maintain a safe and secure facility. We have 24 full-time staff that work 12-hour shifts, and 9 support staff. Our annual intake and release average is 4,500 inmates. That, combined with all our programs, keeps us very busy.
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Umatilla County Correction Facility has partnered with Aramark to manage and maintain the TouchPay Payment System. The new Touchpay system provides the most convenient, cost-effective manner for friends and family members to deposit funds into the various trust accounts of incarcerated individuals.
One of the three options is "telePay" or to call toll free #1-866-232-1899, the interactive voice response system provides a customer friendly process and within minutes your transaction is complete. This option also allows check by phone payments from personal checking accounts.
The second option is to log on to TouchPay Payment Systems "ePay" It's safe. It's easy.
It's fast. The third option is KioskPay located in the Umatilla County Jail lobby. The KioskPay deposit payment process is as easy as using an ATM. Depositors can either insert cash or credit card. All three options accept and post transactions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and accept VISA and Mastercard branded credit. Multiple languages available.
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The Administration, being proactive, has developed several new programs, such as In-patient Alcohol Drug Treatment, Anger Management Programs, GED and religious services are available for inmates.
The Umatilla County Correctional Facility partnered with area schools to create two different types of tours for high school students. One is a Youth Outreach Program that allows teenagers with Minor In Possession (MIP) convictions to come and speak with the Alcohol and Drug class. The other is a Leadership Program which includes tours for teenagers with future career interests.
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Inmate Visitation Policy and Procedures
The Umatilla County Correctional Facility encourages productive relationships between families and inmates and sees inmate visitation as a positive means to strengthen ties and increase the likelihood of success upon release. Visiting is an integral component of facility management, inmate rehabilitation and community safety. Visiting can improve public safety, encourage family relationships and reduce the risk of future criminal behavior.
Visiting days are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
EXCLUDING ALL HOLIDAYS.
Female inmate visits
7:30 - 8:00 am
3:00 - 4:00 pm
Male inmate visits
8:30 - 9:30 am
10:00 - 10:30 am
1:00 - 1:30 pm
2:00 - 2:30 pm
Please call Jail Reception at 541-966-3632 to schedule an inmate visit
Jail Administrator Lieutenant Stewart Harp was awarded the honor of being selected as the Jail Commander of the year by the Oregon State Jail Command Council. The award was bestowed at the Oregon State Sheriff's Association (OSSA) Annual Conference in Bend on December 10th 2008 and was presented by OSSA President Mitch Southwick. That honor was also recognized and acknowledged by the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners at a public meeting held in January 2009.
Sheriff Trumbo, in the nomination letter he sent to the Council, "noted t hat Stewart was selected to his position as Jail Administrator in October of 2007 and immediat ely made an impact by taking on the challenge of balancing a budget that was severely stressed due to unanticipated expenses from contract negotiations, not to mention increased food and medica
l costs," stated Sheriff Trumbo.
Lt. Harp has also overcome significant challenges with hiring and retaining qualified employees in the jail. "For the first time in recent history the Umatilla County Jail is fully staffed with Certified Corrections Officers. I think it's fair to say that the excellent working environment created, the attention to detail that is required, and his support of the line officers has led to the success we share," the Sheriff noted. The letter goes on to say, "In fact, the staff is discussing raising our self imposed inmate cap because they feel with the quality and attitude of the line staff, they can do more with less.
That attitude and quality was tested recently when the Jail lost the services of a 12 year Sergeant and a 30 year veteran who retired, leaving a huge hole in the supervisory ranks. Because Lt. Harp had previously identified the best and brightest, the jail never skipped a beat in the transition," stated the Sheriff.
American Correctional Association
Oregon State Sheriff's Association
American Jail Association
VINELink - Victims Information Network Everyday - VINELink is an on-line resource that allows you to search for information regarding an offender's current custody status. It is provided by the Oregon Department of Corrections and Oregon Department of Justice in cooperation with the Oregon Sheriffs' Association and the Oregon Youth Authority. You may also register to be notified automatically when an offender is released, transferred, escapes, dies or has a change in parole or probation status. The Oregon VINE Service is provided to you in an effort to help keep the public safe and informed. Do not depend solely on the VINE service for your protection. If you feel that you may be at risk, take precautions as if the offender has already been released.
* Photographs taking by Umatilla County Sheriff's Office Evidence Techician Dave Good