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Central Utah Youth Center is in Richfield, Utah. The facility handles intakes, diagnoses and classifies inmates.
Majority of Central Utah Youth Center inmates are only here for a short time.
Central Utah Youth Center is operated and maintained by Utah Department of Corrections.
|Facility Name:||Central Utah Youth Center|
|Facility Type:||State Prison|
|Address:||449 North Highway 89, Richfield, UT, 84701|
Inmate search for Central Utah Youth Center is an easy task now. It is not like the olden days where you would have to find the correct phone number, make multiple phone calls and spend the day trying to locate an inmate serving time in Central Utah Youth Center.
The Utah Department of Corrections is the agency responsible for keeping and maintaining an updated database of all inmates currently serving time in a Utah state prison.
Central Utah Youth Center is one of Utah`s state prison, so it is included in the list. You can go directly to the Utah Department of Corrections website to use this offender locator. The database will give you information on inmates such as their inmate release date, when they went to jail, what their conviction is and much more.
Inmates can receive letters in the mail. Their mailing address is as follows:
Inmate Name, ID Number
Central Utah Youth Center
449 North Highway 89, Richfield, UT, 84701
Keep in mind that you will need to know what building the inmate is in to make sure it gets to them in a timely manner. Also, always have your return address on all mail just in case it gets sent back.
However, you can send the following items with your letter:
As for packages, all packages will need to be sent using an approved third-party vendor. Inmates are typically only allowed to receive one package every quarter. The max limit is 30 pounds a year.
You can send money to prisoners in Central Utah Youth Center three different ways.
This is a free way to send money. When sending money, it can take less time than mailing the money to the prison for it to post. However, it is longer than the EFT option.
The electronic funds transfer is the only method that will incur a fee. The fee will be dependent on what service you use and how much you are sending at once. A well-known service many people use is JPay.
You can mail a personal check, cashier’s check, or a money order directly to the jail. This is completely free. However, all funds will be held for 30 days. You will also need to write your name and address on it along with the prisoner’s name and identification number (CDCR).
The Utah Department of Corrections has a contract in place with Global Tel Link commonly known as GTL.
GTL offers two different plans to fit you and the prisoners needs. The first plane is a monthly plan, just like you pay for any of your current utilities. The second plan offered is a prepaid plan, where you put a certain amount of money in and once the money is gone, it is gone.
Inmates can make calls home. You are not allowed to call an inmate while they are in prison. Phone calls are typically only allowed to be 15-20 minutes to make sure all inmates have a chance to use the phone. Phone calls are monitored.
For visitation, you must first be on the inmates approved visitors list. In order to get on the approved visitors list, you must fill out the form and send it back. This process can take a few weeks as they will be doing a thorough background check.
The Central Utah Youth Center will NOT give you a call back with their decision. You will need to keep in contact with the inmate.
Visitation is held on days from schedule.
|Saturday||9:00 AM to 3:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM to 3:00 PM|
The visiting starts in first in, first out type of fashion. No new visitors will be allowed in 45 minutes before the end of the visit day. 45 minutes before the end of the visit day officers start escorting those who were first in out of the visitor room.
You can visit as often as there are appointments.
Keep in mind that visiting can be canceled without notice. If the prison goes into a lockdown, no visitation will be granted. If the inmate is not in good standing, visitation will not be granted.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions